Joshua graduated from Colorado Mesa University in 2017.
Joshua Vorse has been passionate about journalism since starting the Mass Communication program at Colorado Mesa University in 2014.
He's been a photojournalist, videographer, editor and copy editor in different student media organizations.
He started his professional career in media as a production assistant at KREX-TV before joining KKCO/KJCT as a Web Producer.
When not keeping up with local, national and international news Josh likes drinking coffee, reading about American History, watching movies and mountain biking.
He's originally from Washington State and grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado.
America's largest native reservation has relied on coal: for jobs and economic vitality. Now the coal era on the Navajo reservation appears near an end.
Testimony in the sanctions-busting case has reached all the way to Turkish President Recep Erdogan.
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta — the busiest in the world — lost power, leaving passengers stuck on planes and inside terminals.
The oldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was arraigned Sunday on domestic violence charges, according to online court records.
Violent rape is so common for Rohingya Muslim refugees fleeing Myanmar that women talk about it openly, startled aid workers say.