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Fire officials monitoring fire conditions for possible future fire restrictions

Fire officials are discussing possible fire restrictions in the future.

A Clifton farmer's crops and greenhouses were destroyed by vandals. The damage is costing upwards of $3,000.

A Clifton farmer's crops and greenhouses were destroyed by vandals. The damage is costing upwards of $3,000.

Ella's Blues Room opened its door Wednesday afternoon. The venue is foot tapping fun with a southern flare, and is promised to be unlike anything you've seen in downtown Grand Junction.

Find out which local restaurants were recognized for food safety

A fatal train accident in Trinidad prompts train safety message for local drivers

The surprising origin of Dippin' Dots

Colorado surgery tech to plead guilty in painkiller theft

US finishes plan to protect Roan Plateau in western Colorado

Takata recall: Millions of drivers still at risk

Biden threatens funding cut if cancer trials conceal results

Woman shot by husband at Denver office building dies

Man rides out storm on roof after attempting to rescue woman

Car crashes into ditch near I-70B, 29 Road; cause related to medical condition

Beaver Creek Fire could take until August to contain

Authorities say 3 train workers presumed dead

Justman wins the primary for Mesa County Commissioner

Rosebud Fire in Gunnison County grows to more than 50 acres

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GJ Lions Club names McCloud Lion of the Year

Mesa County voters head out to the polls for state primary

Monsoon rains may damper harvest

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Suspected Terrorist Fatally Stabs Teen Girl in Bedroom

The Israeli military posted a picture of the teen's bloodsoaked bedroom in the settlement of Kiryat Arba, outside of Hebron.

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The 71-year-old's plans to reassess his country's close allegiance with the U.S. has caught the most attention outside of the Philippines.

Turkey Arrests 13 Over Istanbul Attack: State Media

At least 42 people died and more than 200 were injured when assailants with guns and explosives hit the airport on Tuesday.

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It was unclear how the Iraqi military identified that the convoy was made up entirely of ISIS militants.

'Future Shock' Author Alvin Toffler Dies at 87

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