Area law enforcement agencies invite you to join them for a 5K run to support the Special Olympics. This event is coming to Western Colorado on Saturday, May 14, and you should give serious consideration to participating. Here are five reasons why you should get on board.
Here's another video showcasing Robert Grant photos of Western Colorado law enforcement officers. Today's theme includes the Grand Junction Police Department, the Mesa County Sheriff's Office, the Sheriff's Posse, and a park ranger or two.
Bad news for privacy fans: The police are getting their hands on a new piece of handheld technology designed to peer through walls. The highly-sensitive radar can detect movement as subtle as breathing from up to 50 feet away through solid concrete, USA Today and Atlanta's WXIA-TV report.
With Amendment 64 becoming part of the Colorado Constitution in the first days of December 2012 Grand Junction police officers have been told to stop arresting those who are in compliance with the forthcoming law.