Aerospace leaders take a tour of Western Slope

Members of the Colorado Space Business Roundtable visited Grand Junction Monday to help Western Colorado become a leader in the aerospace industry.


A man has been charged with attempted murder after authorities say he told Arapahoe County investigators he purposefully crashed his car in an effort to kill his toddler son.


The Agriculture Department has closed offices in five states after receiving anonymous threats.



A northern Colorado nurse accused of inappropriately touching several women under his care in Colorado and Nebraska is scheduled to go to trial in Larimer County in February.


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Truck found in GJ canal; abandoned overnight CSP says


Girl injured in lawnmower accident learns to walk again


Jefferson County woman killed, son injured by their own dogs


GJ City Council discusses Foreign Trade Zone investment


Palisade putting limits on grave sites


Temporary road block into Fruita from Riverfront Trail


Ouray couple expecting rare 'mono mono' twins


Company releases mosquitoes to reduce mosquito population


CPW considers hike in hunting and fishing license fees


Ute Water making progress on new pipeline project


Actor Gene Wilder, star of Mel Brooks movies, dies at 83


Broncos name their starting quarterback


In drought, drones help farmers save every drop


A spree of car break-ins could be avoided, law enforcement say


A spree of car break-ins could be avoided, law enforcement say


FBI warns of possible state election system hacks


$50K reward for capture of fugitive polygamist Lyle Jeffs


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