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St. Mary's cutting down on traveling nurses, hiring more permanent positions

St. Mary's is cutting down the number of traveling nurses they have on staff.

Grand Junction City elections are underway, and officials say we're right on track with turnout, compared to past years.The ballot count has already started. About 13% of voters have cast their ballot, as of Wednesday evening.

Especially during Spring Break families are flocking to the parks, but a trip to the park can quickly be ruined with graffiti visible to kids.

In the last five years Ute Water only put voluntary water restrictions in place one time.

Spring is here and so is allergy season

ATV RECALL: More than 45 fires reported

Officer enlists help of football team following theft of fan's memorabilia

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KKCO-St. Mary's Cutting Back on Traveling Nurses

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Deadly attack near UK parliament, suspect killed

Delaney Clements' legacy lives on, one year later

Proposed bill asks oil and gas facilities to back up from schools

Middle school students trade in their tennis shoes for dance shoes

Who's the top dog in Denver? AKC ranks dog popularity by breed

Edesia VIP Chef's Table Luncheon preview

Search for new D51 Superintendent continues

Firefighters say resources stretched thin due to high number of fires

Increase in brush fires spark concerns

Don't flush money down the toilet, fix that leak

5 injured after crash along I-70 near Genesee, interstate closed for hours

Colorado fire evacuees allowed back home

GOP bill to increase Colorado revenue faces tough test

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