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Crime Stoppers

Posted: 12/23/2007 - This week Crime Stoppers is asking for you help in solving the vandalism of a truck belonging to a local school.

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Worst Christmas Gifts

Updated: 12/23/2007 - From umbrellas to onion dicers, locals share their Christmas gift experience with 11 news.

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State Could See Mail-In Ballots in 2008 Election

Updated: 12/22/2007 - State Representative Bernie Buescher says if Mesa County's voting machines don't get recertified soon, we could be looking at using mail-in ballots for the 2008 election.

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Last Minute Shoppers Turn To Mesa Mall

Updated: 12/22/2007 - With only three days left before Christmas, the final rush to get all the holiday shopping donw is on, and for many in the Grand Valley that rush has led them to Mesa Mall.

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FIRE DESTROYS DEPUTY'S HOUSE

Updated: 12/22/2007 - Deputy Sheriff Scott Kibel and his family lost everything when an electrical fire destroyed their house and all their belongings late last night. The Montrose Sheriff's Office is asking for donations of clothing, furniture and toys. A benefit account for the Kibel family is set up at wells Fargo bank.

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Downtown Vendor Bids Emotional Farewell

Updated: 12/21/2007 - Just about anyone who has walked along Main Street knows about the hot dog vendor who stands outside the Downtown Mart & Souvenir Shoppe. Now after four years, he's being forced to call it quits.

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Ritter: Develop The Roan, Protect The Environment

Updated: 12/20/2007 - On the steps of the state capitol Thursday afternoon, Governor Ritter announced that development atop the Roan Plateau should continue, but only as long as critical areas are left unharmed.

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Water Pipe Bursts Flooding North Avenue

Updated: 12/20/2007 - Sometime after seven this evening, a water main on North Avenue between 5th and 6th streets burst. It pumped gallons of water onto the streets, as well as, pushing debris into the roadways.

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Grand Valley Power Student of the Week

Updated: 12/19/2007 - Cental High School student Wendy Thompson is this weeks Grand Valley Power Student of the week. Thompson is a 4.0 student and Vice-President of the National Honor Society. Her teachers say she keeps a positive attitude in everything she does.

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Toys-For-Tots Still In Need Of Toys

Updated: 12/19/2007 - Donations for Toys for Tots are drastically down. The organization says it's hoping for a little christmas magic, but as of right now it's not going to make its goal.

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Salvation Army Kettle Campaign Down 23%

Updated: 12/18/2007 - The local Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign is down 23% this year. Officials say it’s going to be hard to make it a Merry Christmas for all but that they’re trying their hardest.

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Aggravated Robbery Suspect Has History of Traffic Violations

Updated: 12/19/2007 - Tuesday afternoon, Grand Junction police arrested 19-year-old James Michael Lane of Lakewood for allegedly robbing a gas station and then leading authorities on a dangerous high speed chase. But this wasn't the first time Lane had led authorities on a chase.

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New Rules For Shale Development

Posted: 12/18/2007 - The Bureau of Land Mangement must now take more time to review the impact of oil shale development on Colorado.

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Denver Bronco Pleads Not Guilty

Updated: 08/27/2008 - Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence.

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Major Colorado Counties' Voting Machines Decertified

Updated: 12/18/2007 - Makers of the electronic voting machines are scrambling to come up with solutions or decide whether to appeal Colorado's top election officials decertifying the devices for use in some of the state's largest counties.

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