NEWS

COSTCO CHICKEN SALAD,E-COLI LINK

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Chicken salad from Costco has been linked to at least one case of E. coli in Washington state. Colorado, Montana and Utah also have confirmed E. coli cases connected to Costco chicken salad. Officials are working to determine the source.

HUNTER’S MISTAKE

DENVER (AP) — Federal officials say no charges will be filed against a hunter who killed a protected gray wolf in Colorado after mistaking it for a coyote. The Fish and Wildlife Service says an investigation concluded the hunter didn’t intend to kill a wolf. The hunter reported the incident to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

WOLF REINTRODUCTION

GRAND JUNCTION (AP) — The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering a draft resolution that would continue the commission’s opposition to reintroducing wolves to the state. The resolution says reintroduction could have a harmful impact on livestock, wildlife and people

AVON CHILD ABUSE TRIALS

VAIL (AP) — An Avon couple charged in the death of their infant daughter has pleaded not guilty to child abuse resulting in death. Lossie Thomas and Patrick Williams will be tried separately in the June 9 death of 6-month-old Paris Belle Williams. Thomas’ trial is scheduled to begin May 31, and Williams’ is set for June 20.

.HILLARY CAMPAIGNING IN COLORADO

BOULDER. (AP) —Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is coming to Colorado to build support ahead of the state’s Party caucuses. Clinton was set to address caucus organizers today at the Boulder Theater and at Denver’s Manual High School. The presidential candidate’s campaign has focused on grassroots organizing ahead of the caucuses scheduled for Super Tuesday, March 1.