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Orchard Mesa man says pesticide spray sent him to the hospital

A man that lives on Orchard Mesa claims he had to go to the emergency room after allegedly being hit with a pesticide mist from the Grand River Mosquito Control District.

A fire restriction went into effect Thursday night, but that isn't stopping fireworks stands from starting to pop up over the Grand Valley.

A stage one fire restriction is being put in place in Mesa County.

A Grand Junction man who pleaded guilty to child sex crimes was sentenced on Thursday. Kevin Renfro was sentenced to 35 years on charges of sexual exploitation of a child and juvenile human trafficking.

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Longtime shoe shiner steps in to help officer stabbed at airport

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Two arrested after deadly shooting in Grand Junction, MCSO says

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Memorial service on June 29 for Pastor Paris

Colorado woman accused in protest shooting released to halfway house

Behind the scenes of Mesa County Animal Rescue

Deputies: fires may have been set on purpose near Montrose, San Miguel border

Smoke from SW Utah fire makes for hazy morning in GJ

GVT, Mesa County looking to improve transit service

Man killed after fall at Rangely reservoir

Unlicensed vendor source of food-borne illness at Rifle Rodeo

Heat ripens peaches ahead of farmer's markets

Homeless face challenges with heat

Cyclists enroute from Texas to Alaska stop in Grand Junction

Man arrested after fleeing police into woman's home

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