Glenwood Springs

1:23pm

Fri August 2, 2013
Crime

Suspect in Glenwood Double Shooting Turns Himself into Authorities

Freddy Cabrera turned himself into authorities this week. He's the primary suspect in a double shooting in Glenwood Springs that left one person dead.
Credit Garfield County Sheriff's Office

The primary suspect in a fatal glenwood springs shooting turned himself in yesterday. Freddy Argueta Cabrera is currently in custody in Mesa County. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.

The shooting happened Wednesday night near an apartment complex, south of Glenwood, just outside the city limits. Walt Stowe is a spokesman for the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office.

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10:43am

Thu May 30, 2013
River Health

Glenwood Springs Company Repairs Damaged Rivers Across the Country

The Roaring Fork River rushes through Aspen in the Spring. Healthy rivers like this have inspired a group of water engineers in Glenwood Springs to repair damaged rivers.
Marci Krivonen

The summer season is beginning, and with it comes river recreation of all kinds in the Roaring Fork Valley. In our area, we’re used to roaring rivers and thrilling rapids. But, in other communities, rivers that once roared are still and quiet now. And, it’s a problem. An engineering firm in Glenwood Springs is working to put the rapids back in rivers damaged by human intervention. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen has more.

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4:11pm

Tue April 30, 2013
Immigration Scam

Immigration Fraud Strikes Communities Across Colorado

Jennifer Smith is a Glenwood Springs-based immigration attorney who sees signs of notario fraud often. Her office aims to prevent it. Photo - Marci Krivonen

Immigration lawyers around Colorado are warning their clients of a special kind of fraud. Every time there’s a change in immigration law, or a potential change, notarios pop up. Notarios offer cheap services to those in the immigrant community, and make promises to get things like work permits and visas. In the end though, many immigrants end up scammed out of their money, sometimes deported or sent to jail. That’s what happened to Virginia Mancinas. Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen reports.
 

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10:17am

Thu April 11, 2013
Racist Gangs

211 Crew in the Valley

211 Tattoo
Credit Photo from the Institute for the Study of Violent Groups

The murder of Colorado’s head of corrections last month is being blamed on a member of the white supremacist prison gang known as the 211 Crew.  Police killed the suspect but a manhunt continues for another 211 member who remains at large and might be involved.  The gang was formed in the Denver County Jail in the 1990’s and since then some of it’s members have found their way to the Roaring Fork Valley. Aspen Public Radio's Roger Adams reports.

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