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Arson Charges Dropped

Updated: 06/06/2008 - The District Attorney's office has dropped charges against a homeless man arrested in a string of fires.

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Debeque Bridge to Reopen

Posted: 06/05/2008 - A road closure that has caused Debeque residents to detour for months will no longer be a problem, starting Friday.

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Hite to Face Charges in Mesa County in 30 days

Updated: 06/05/2008 - The Mesa County Sheriff's office says that the Grand Junction mother accused of killing her newborn will be back here to face charges within 30 days.

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Ohio Man Arrested with 83 Pounds of Pot

Posted: 06/05/2008 - Drug Task Force officers say a man from Ohio was carrying more than clothes in his luggage on a greyhound bus - they found more than 83 pounds of pot.

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Albertsons Pulls Tomatoes Off Shelves

Posted: 06/04/2008 - In the name of caution Albertsons has voluntarily pulled all Roma and red round field grown tomatoes from its shelves.

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New Rules for Oil and Gas Waste Pits

Updated: 06/04/2008 - People in Debeque say they've won the battle, but the war is not over for tightening restrictions on oil and gas waste pits.

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1993 Sex Assault Case Resolved

Updated: 06/04/2008 - It only took a Mesa County jury 30 minutes to convict a man who was representing himself on several sex assault charges.

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Experts Call for More Flooding this Week, Most of June

Updated: 06/03/2008 - Several flood advisories have been issued across Western Colorado as experts say heavy run-off is causing the Colorado River to rise. They say Grand Valley residents shouldn't expect those levels to go down anytime soon.

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As Construction Nears Completion Motorist get Anxious

Posted: 06/03/2008 - For one business on Riverside Parkway construction is part of life. "The ironic thing is they shut down the parkway two days after the arena opened," says Sean Flynn of Glacier Ice Arena. But as construction nears completion the waiting game gets harder and harder.

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Cost of Going Green Could Be On The Rise

Updated: 06/04/2008 - Craig Severance knows first hand the benefits of solar power. "Our Xcel bills are now $10 a month and that's not for electricity use because our meters are running backwards, its just for having the meter there," says Severance. Severance and his wife had solar panels installed at her business, a process that didn't cost them a dime.

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Child Abduction Prevention Tips

Updated: 06/02/2008 - With the recent attempted abduction of ten year old girl, the Mesa County Sheriff's office wants to make sure all the children in the county are protected.

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