GRAND JUNCTION(AP) — A struggling Grand Junction busboy who returned $3,000 in cash that he found on the floor is getting rewarded with a big tip. As of this morning, people impressed with Johnny Duckworth’s honesty have raised nearly over $3,800 through gofundme.com. Restaurant owner Randy Emmons says Duckworth rides his bike to work and his paycheck is garnished for medical bills. Duckworth says he never thought of keeping the money, saying “I work for a living.”
ASPEN(AP) — An Aspen jury has decided that the bus driver is most at fault in a 2013 crash that left three people with incapacitating injuries. A Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus slammed into a concrete barrier and overturned, ejecting six of 11 passengers. The jury decided 57 year old Jaime Nunez was 50 percent at fault, the tractor driver was 45 percent at fault and the tractor, 5 percent responsible.
LOCHBUIE (AP) — A holiday party for children at a northeast Colorado senior center is back on track after people donated toys to replace gifts that had been stolen. Residents at the After Glow Senior Center in Lochbuie say about 150 toys were stolen a week before their party. After people in the community found out about the theft, they replaced them with 200 toys.