Inaccuracies in Colorado National Monument vistors

The National Park Service says they've hit a record high with 325 million visits to parks across the country, but it's a different story at the Colorado National Monument, where for 2016, records show attendance decline by a third.


Local organizations break down child abuse statistics for 2016.


After all the snow and precipitation our state has recently seen, Colorado’s snow pack is sitting above average.



Jon Pritikin has traveled all over the country spreading a message was about "power," using power to tear down the negative and lift people up.


3 people killed, suspect arrested in Conejos County shooting


Diapers needed to help struggling families


Owners hit hard as more tenants obtain assistive pet prescriptions


HS Basketball: Central tops Fruita in league opner


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CMU Women's Basketball: Lady Mavs unfazed by pressure


Put the news back in your Facebook News Feed


Gun industry, suicide prevention form unlikely alliance


Worker at Maserati dealer dead following sports car crash


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Report: US abortion rate at lowest level since 1973


Elementary students make care packages for troops


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