GJFD teaches people how to safely use fire extinguisher

The Grand Junction fire department taught a class about how to use a fire extinguisher.


One of the most desperate rescue efforts was at a primary and secondary school in southern Mexico City, where a wing of the three-story building collapsed into a massive pancake of concrete slabs.


A group called Concerned citizens of Orchard Mesa said that they're not happy about the Mesa County commissioners approving this gravel pit.



After a former Colorado judge and his wife were found dead in their home due to possible carbon monoxide poisoning, local authorities are using this time to remind people to check your carbon monoxide detectors.


Local vet takes virtual honor flight


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KKCO-How To Properly Use A Fire Extinguisher


KKCO-HS Softball: Central beats Fruita in thriller


KKCO-HS Boys Soccer: Devils too much for Bulldogs


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Grand Junction woman receives $133 million Powerball check


Is it okay to have alcohol for adults at kids' parties?


Lucky Me superstore receives $50,000 for selling winning lotto ticket


DA won't seek death penalty for teen accused of killing ex-girlfriend


Decades later, World War II veteran finally laid to rest


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Mexico quake death toll hits 139


Check your carbon monoxide detectors


Pop-up museum on the Monument


Hawaii and New York senators push back on latest Obama care repeal effort


Progress made on fire burning near Gateway


Ex-judge, wife may have died of carbon monoxide poisoning


Jogging 'Mad Pooper' sought by police


Chief carver of Mount Rushmore finally honored for his work


At UN, Trump threatens ‘total destruction’ of North Korea


Father, son members of gang arrested in Rifle


Meet the school board candidates for D51


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