A woman who was cliff diving near Colorado Springs ended up in the hospital after doing a belly flop in the water. She's lucky. This type of diving, also popular in Western Colorado, could have killed her. Warning: Don't try this anywhere.
According to the National Weather Service, Grand Junction has received .003 inches of precipitation since June 1. That's 3/100 of an inch of rain in over a month, which explains the fire hazards we are facing. But is this the worst we have seen?
Police in Broomfield, Colo. responded to several calls early Monday (June 26) morning about a moose walking around by the mall. Turns out, it was the same moose that had been spotted there earlier this month. Maybe, he likes the food court at the mall?
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