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Staff writer Sheriff's deputies arrested two burglary suspects Wednesday after surveillance cameras placed on the access roads to an unoccupied Noschka Road home recorded them stealing items there, court papers state. Three suspects entered the
One of its most celebrated residents has moved on to greener pastures. Herman, the towering Holstein steer that helped draw tourists to the remote Longstreet Inn and Casino at the southwestern edge of Nye County, died July 25...Jim Marsh, Herman's
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Stollsteimer family packed the courtroom during the trial, silently observing. On Friday, they let out sighs of disbelief when the verdict was read...Judge Chris Melanokis had repeatedly warned those in the courtroom that he would not tolerate any
An Adams County jury has acquitted a woman charged with criminally negligent homicide and child abuse in a crash that killed five people in Thornton...Chavez apparently suffered a seizure-like episode while driving on Feb. 17, 2011. Authorities say
Font Resize The Denver Post A judge admonished prosecutors Thursday for presenting a thin case against Monica Chavez, a woman accused of killing five people when her SUV went airborne last year after she experienced a seizure. Judge Chris Melonakis
A doctor's order instructing patient Monica Chavez to follow up with a neurologist didn't make it onto written instructions provided to Chavez, almost five years to the date before she suffered a seizure-like episode that prompted her to crash and
Opening arguments this morning painted opposing pictures of the medical history of Monica Chavez, the woman accused of killing five people in a Thornton car accident last year. "This was preventable," said prosecutor Tiffany Sorice. "She had a duty...
Font Resize The Denver Post A jury was seated today to decide the fate of a woman who was involved in a car crash last year killing five people. Monica Chavez faces five charges of criminally negligent homicide and two counts of child abuse.
Font Resize The Denver Post The 2011 car crash that killed a family of five in Thornton happened in a matter of seconds but the resulting trial that starts today will probably focus on Monica Chavez's medical history dating back to a seizurelike