GJFD teaches people how to safely use fire extinguisher

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

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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.

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