Two youths escape from Youth Services in Grand Junction

Two youths did escape from the Grand Mesa Youth Services building in Grand Junction. The state department of human services confirming this.

Dozens of people gathered Saturday to remember our fallen soldiers at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Grand Junction. The annual Wreaths Across America ceremony honored every branch of the military by placing a wreath on thousands of graves.

There was some SWAT activity going on at the Mesa Mall Saturday but they weren't there to take anyone into custody. Instead, they were collecting some toys. It's part of the department’s annual SWAT toy drive.

The second annual Santa ‘Cause’ 5K run managed to raise almost $5,000 for the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation and Kiwanis Club. Nearly all the runners were dressed as Saint Nick himself, spreading some holiday cheer.

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