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Topic - John Romero
Colorado Springs Utilities is making spot power purchases after a major fire shut down one of its plants, the company's energy general services manager said Tuesday.
Authorities say four people were shot during a party at a hotel in the Denver suburb of Wheat Ridge.
A grand jury says a Portland police officer was justified in fatally shooting a man in a March 12 gun battle. The man was the prime suspect in the January kidnapping of a woman who escaped her attacker by jumping from a moving vehicle.
A man fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire with Portland police has been identified as the prime suspect in the January kidnapping of a woman who escaped her attacker by jumping from a moving vehicle, the authorities said.
An apparent vehicle explosion near a Los Angles-area harbor sent police scrambling to evacuate the neighborhood and order bomb squads into a hotel parking garage early Sunday, raising fears of a terrorist attack but later called the likely work of vandals.
"We certainly want to see the plant come back up," Romero said.
With the heavy demand of summer approaching, his company was considering scenarios that could include longer term outside power purchases, he said.