An Amtrak rider who alarmed fellow passengers in Colorado by talking about terrorist threats on a cell phone was pulled from the train in La Junta, and faces a felony charge of endangering public transportation…Gov. Bill Ritter is urging a group looking at water issues across the state to offer some ideas by the time he leaves office in 11 months…and, A southeast Colorado landmark reports more people walking through its gates.

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One Response to Round-Up: Amtrak Passenger Arrested in La Junta, Gov. Ritter Urges More Study of the State's Water Issues, and more

  1. B C Williams says:

    That was a fascinating report by Ms. Hickox. I hope to hear more from that charming young lady!


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