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Concealed carry class promoting safety

Each month, retired Sheriff’s Deputy Steve Hendricks holds a class, but it’s not your usual day in the classroom. Hendricks is teaching residents about concealed carry, but it’s more than just a class on gun safety.


The Grand Junction Lions Club celebrated their 88th annual parade and carnival celebration. For nearly a century, the Lions Club has donated more than $5 million to local organizations.


Police arrested a Colorado man on suspicion of first-degree murder in the case of a missing mother, the Boulder Police Department said Thursday afternoon.



A 26-year-old man says he was making an action video with friends when he fell 40 feet down the chimney of a downtown Denver apartment building.


1 hospitalized after small plane crash south of Denver


Lacing up to learn about heart health


Woman gives birth in McDonald's bathroom


HS Wrestling: CHSAA State Wrestling Tournament Finals


KKCO- 88th Annual Lions Club Parade


KKCO- Sweetheart Race & Health Expo


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Pear Park Elementary students give random acts of kindness


Spring is near, but allergies are already blooming


MCSO increasing traffic patrol


GOP still trying to unite under 'Obamacare' replacement plan


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GOP still trying to unite under 'Obamacare' replacement plan


New bill could remove daylight saving time from Colorado


Differing opinions to new law overturning Obama-era coal regulations


Teen arrested in death investigation of 61-year-old woman, MCSO says


VIDEO: Motorist killed after driving in front of Denver train ID'd


False news story hits the Grand Valley


Trump's ongoing battle with the media


D-51 first district in Colorado to offer paid apprenticeship program


MCSO: Suspects used stolen credit cards at GJ businesses


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