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Topic - Michael Hall
Chuck Herron heard the loud thud, then another and another. It sounded like someone was dropping big snowballs on the roof of his home.
Mule deer numbers are declining in Southwest Colorado, with populations near Groundhog Reservoir and Mesa Verde National Park suffering the largest declines.
A man wanted by the FBI for killing a mother and daughter and kidnapping two other girls shot himself to death as officers closed in, but the two children were rescued without injuries and released from a hospital Friday.
A manhunt for a fugitive accused of kidnapping and a double-slaying ended Thursday after the suspect apparently shot himself and died. The girls he fled with are safe, police said.
Art dealers know Anthony Petullo so well he can run through an art show and put red dots on his favorite pieces to quickly claim them.
Some people compared the noise to a sonic boom that rattles windows, said Michael Hall, executive director of the 911 center that covers the Hannibal area.
"It has been harder to get mule deer permits," said Michael Hall, owner of Westfork Outfitters. "We're seeing less in some areas, but there has been an increase of mature animals."