Police: East Middle School student arrested for alleged threats

The Grand Junction Police Department said that a 13-year-old male student from East Middle School was arrested for making statements about carrying out a school shooting.

Local law enforcement officers are using social media to discuss recent threats made to schools in Western Colorado.

A bill that would allow concealed carry guns on school grounds in Colorado has failed again.

A top FBI official is acknowledging the agency has lost public trust after it botched a potentially life-saving tip before the Florida school shooting.

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Holiday parking revenue donated to United Way

Entrepreneurs work to create business hub in Fruita

KKCO-United Way gets big donation from city

KKCO-Historical plaques in downtown Grand Junction

KKCO-BLM headquarters to GJ?

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4 governors join forces on gun safety, pledge to share intel

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Long-term mortgage rates climb to 4.40 percent

Parents: 101 Nigerian girls missing after Boko Haram attack

Push to bring BLM HQ to Grand Junction

UPDATE: Driver critical after crashing into hospital

University experts to lead Puerto Rico storm death review

UPDATE: President Trump criticizes active-shooter drills in school

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CPAC: VP Pence says school safety 'top national priority'

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University leader hired amid Nassar fallout to donate salary

UPDATE: Rev. Billy Graham to lie in honor at US Capitol

UPDATE: Mississippi Delta residents prepare for flooding

Historical markers in place at Grand Junction buildings

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