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Baby Stroller-Car Seat in Custody of Grand Junction Police
There are all kinds of things besides criminals that end up in the custody of the Grand Junction Police Department. This one, a baby stroller-car seat, is one of the most unusual. Even stranger is that the owner hasn't claimed it.
Sexual Assault Suspect Sought by Mesa County Sheriff's Office
The Mesa County Sheriff's Office is attempting to find a man wanted for sexual assault and other charges. They are asking for any information that will help lead to his arrest.
The suspect is 31-year-old Gary Ortiz. He is 5-feet 9-inches tall, and weighs 175 pounds...
'Lord of the Rings' TV Series Will Cost Amazon $500 Million
We knew Amazon would pay a pretty penny to develop its own Lord of the Rings TV series, but they might as well raid Smaug’s lair. New estimates put the TV iteration of Middle Earth at $500 million (to start!), and all before Amazon has even assigned talent to the project.
Did 'The Office' Just Confirm Toby Was the Scranton Strangler?
The Office has been closed down for years, but not everything was resolved. A persistent theory claims that the Scranton Strangler is none other than Toby Flenderson, and NBC has even put out a new Making a Murderer-style video hinting as much.
New 'Westworld' Photos Hint at Another Time-Turning Mystery
Westworld Season 2 may not play the same tricks, but new photos have us scratching our heads all the same. See some surprising character returns (and even a few fresh faces) in new photos from the long-awaited 2018 return, and get your conspiracy boards ready.
ESPN Boss Admits Cocaine Extortion Forced His Resignation
The December resignation of ESPN chief John Skipper led to speculation of imminent harassment scandals, but the truth was far more complicated. Skipper now reveals that threats of extortion from his cocaine dealer placed both ESPN and his family in an “untenable position.”