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Safe Holiday Hiking Tips

Updated: 09/06/2009 - Mesa County Search and Rescue has already racked up more than seventy rescues this year, including rescuing a severely dehydrated hiker Saturday afternoon.

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Free Food Offered to Keep Drivers Awake

Updated: 09/06/2009 - 39 million Americans are expected to travel this Labor Day holiday. That's actually down more than 13 percent from this time last year. This Labor Day Weekend a local group is making sure those drivers are fueled up to make the drive.

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Travelers Staying Local For Labor Day

Updated: 09/05/2009 - Labor Day weekend is traditionally the last hurrah for summer, and a last chance to get away for a weekend trip, but this year, fewer Americans are expected to hit the road and many are staying closer to home.

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TV Ads Can Sometimes Be Too Good To Be True.

Updated: 09/04/2009 - Some commercials offer products that seem too good to be true at amazing low prices. Unfortunately it usually is and one local man found this out the hard way.

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Lochmiller appears in federal court

Updated: 09/04/2009 - A man accused of stealing millions of dollars from local investors is taking the stand in federal court in Denver.

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Thousands Pack the Stands, Dial In to Town Hall Meetings

Updated: 09/04/2009 - Thursday night Congressman John Salazar held a telephone town hall meeting to address the issue of health care. Frustrated that he did not make plans to host an in-person meeting in the Valley, a local conservative group held a meeting of its own.

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Jury: Bacher not guilty

Updated: 09/03/2009 - Even with strict policies, the gun sales business can be dangerous.

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Governor's Office Changing Budget Scales Again

Updated: 09/02/2009 - After initially indicating funds for high-visibility DUI enforcement would be diverted to balance the state budget, Governor Ritter's office later in the day issued a statement saying enforcement would continue through 2009, and be re-assessed in January of 2010.

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Conservation Corps Offering An Alternative For Youth

Updated: 09/02/2009 - For some youth on the Western Slope, dropping out of high school or having a run in with the law can mean a future with limited opportunities. One local group is hoping to change this while putting these kids to work.

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Suspect in Two GJ Murders May be Linked to Third Slaying

Posted: 09/03/2009 - Denver Police are investigating whether a Longmont man accused in the 1975 stabbing deaths of a Grand Junction mother and her daughter raped and killed a University of Denver student two years earlier.

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