• Construction Jobs There’s good news for Colorado job-seekers – if they’re willing to get sweaty doing some old-fashioned manual labor. The Associated General Contractors of Colorado, the state’s construction oversight board, says that within the next 6 years, Colorado will need 30 thousand more construction workers than it has today. That might be a tough order to fill ...
  • New Charges for GWS Woman The legal problems keep coming for a Glenwood Springs woman charged in an allegedly drug-related night in Aspen last month that ended up with several vehicles being either mishandled, stolen, or crashed. 24-year-old Elizabeth Bergquist initially claimed that her 2006 Chevy Malibu had been stolen when it was found in a pond at Aspen Meadows, but ...
  • Mesa County Father & Son Arrested A father and son from Grand Junction are behind bars facing multiple drug and weapons charges after Mesa County Sheriff’s deputies searched their home on Monday. 49-year-old James Sargent and his son, 26-year-old Colt Davidson were arrested after deputies noticed materials used in producing hash oil in Sargent’s car during a traffic stop, and a strong ...
  • GJ Teen Killed, Suspect Arrested A 20-year-old Colorado man has been ordered held without bail after being charged with shooting two 17-year-old girls in Grand Junction, this past weekend. One of the girls was killed Israel Jerome Massingill did not enter pleas Monday to the charges of first-degree murder or second-degree murder in the death of Kiera Quintana, who was shot ...
  • Former Sheriff Retrial An October retrial has been set for a former Colorado sheriff charged with abusing his power. A judge declared a mistrial on July 10 in the case against former El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, after jurors deadlocked on four charges including felony extortion. Jurors acquitted him of witness tampering and an official misconduct. The remaining counts ...
  • Raccoon Power Outage Nearly three dozen homeowners in Craig can blame a weekend power outage and fire on an unexpected culprit – a raccoon. Yampa Valley Electric Member Outreach Specialist Tammi Strickland says the raccoon had climbed on a power pole transformer, causing it to spark and igniting a fire that burned about 7 acres on private property southwest ...
  • Colorado Girl Killed Waterskiing Authorities say a 12-year-old Colorado girl waterskiing on a New Hampshire lake was struck and killed by a powerboat operated by her father. The New Hampshire Marine Patrol says Zoe Anderson, of Highlands Ranch, fell while waterskiing Monday on Newfound Lake. The patrol says her father, Sherwood Anderson, drove the towing boat back toward her but ...
  • Bomb Attempt Plea A man accused of leaving a bomb outside a police station in Nederland to avenge the killing of a fellow member of a hippie group in the 1970s is expected to plead guilty in court today. David Michael Ansberry is expected to acknowledge that he left a powerful bomb containing arsenic outside the Nederland Police Department ...
  • NFL IDENTITY THEFT IF YOU’RE GOING TO ATTEMPT TO STEAL SOMEONE’S IDENTITY, IT’S PROBABLY A GOOD IDEA TO NOT PICK SOMEONE WHO IS VERY WELL KNOWN TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE. ASPEN POLICE SAY THAT A MIAMI MAN WAS ARRESTED LAST FRIDAY AFTER TRYING TO CONVINCE EMPLOYEES AT THE LOUIS VUITTON STORE THAT HE WAS FORMER NFL RECEIVER CHAD ...
  • NEW CHARGES FOR SILT FAMILY TWO MORE MEMBERS OF A SILT FAMILY EMBROILED IN A HIGH-PROFILE EMBEZZLEMENT CASE HAVE BEEN IMPLICATED IN THE EXPANDING INVESTIGATION INTO THE ALLEGED MULTI-YEAR SCAM AT THE BEAR WALLOW RANCH, OWNED BY WAFFLE HOUSE CEO JOE ROGERS JR. AND HIS WIFE. INVESTIGATORS SAY THAT 25 YEAR-OLD TYLER FARRIS AND 22-YEAR-OLD DUSTIN FARRIS, JOINED THEIR PARENTS, CHARLES ...