Grand Junction City Council to vote again on e-bikes

Electric bikes may soon be allowed on city-owned trails in Grand Junction. It will be going to a public hearing on Feb. 7, where city council will vote on the issue.


A local man said his massive Dukes of Hazzard collection, worth thousands of dollars, was stolen out of his storage unit in Palisade.


The Grand Junction Police Department said it does not have 'stock' alerts, so there is a very little chance that a false alert could go out to the community.



A Grand Junction man is frustrated that Colorado Parks and Wildlife is ending a program that provided him with free deer meat.


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KKCO-Man Says Dukes Of Hazzard Collection Was Stolen


KKCO-Council Will Vote Again On Allowing E-Bikes


KKCO-GJ Rec & Community Center Meeting Tomorrow


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Local neighbors fed up with speeding, drag racing


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