Colorado National Monument deals with government shutdown

Colorado National Monument closed its roads Sunday because of dangerous conditions, but because of the government shutdown, resources weren't available to plow.

With the winter weather comes the struggles of getting into a cold car. Colorado State Patrol has some reminders about kids, car seats and puffing your car.

The Army says two soldiers from Colorado have been killed in a helicopter crash during training operations in the Southern California desert.

Powderhorn has opened their primary lift and additional terrain after 14 inches of new snowfall in the last 24 hours, according to a press release Sunday.

Dozens of flights canceled at Denver airport due to storm

Walk For Life hits 45th anniversary of pro-life support

Thousands participate in second Western Colorado Women's March

KKCO - Powderhorn opens main lift, more terrain after 14 inches of new snow

KKCO - Kids, cars and the cold

KKCO - Two soldiers killed when Army helicopter crashes in California

Mobile home total loss after fire, no injuries

1 dead after car vs motorcycle crash

Ways to lose those holiday pounds

SHUTDOWN: McConnell opposes Trump on ending filibusters

UPDATE: Democrats, GOP hold out hope for ending government shutdown

Shutdown divides services into essential and non-essential

SHUTDOWN: Congress seems no closer to reopening government

Republican candidates for Mesa County Treasurer, Clerk and Recorder announce at forum

Mesa businesses hoping next storm packs snowy punch

WOMEN'S MARCHES: New Jersey first lady a sexual assault victim

UPDATE: Martin Luther King Jr. sites closed by shutdown

US government shuts down as Congress fails to pass spending bill

Grand Junction High School students earning college business credit

The Grand Tour comes to Grand Valley

Hilltop hosts monthly support group for caregivers

Rocky Mountain Park roads to stay open if government closes

Free mental health first aid class

Grand Junction residents weigh in on possible community, rec center

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