Police: Man dead after accidental shooting

A man is dead on Thursday evening following an accidental shooting, according to the Grand Junction police department.


After a crash Thursday night, Colorado Department of Transportation crews will fully close Interstate 70 to stage recovery equipment. Delays are expected on eastbound I-70 near Vail Friday for recovery operations.


School district 51 wanted the public to see for themselves just what condition Orchard Mesa Middle School is in.



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