Students in Grand Junction took to the streets as part of the national March for Our Lives protest.
Two local organizations joined forces on Saturday to benefit kids with special needs.
The Grand Junction Area Realtor's Association hosted their annual Fill the Basket Food Drive Saturday morning.
"It's very important to capture that while we have it, so that people in the future will be able to understand how we reacted to tragedy," said a curator.
"People are really understanding the power of the vote and that's what's really motivating a lot of them. They're figuring out the importance and power of civic engagement."
"Fight for your lives before it's someone else's job." — Emma Gonzalez
"Hope & Fury: MLK, The Movement and The Media," an NBC News documentary, will air before the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Lawmakers want to know why a firm involved in work on Trump's border wall was hired after it had been flagged for potential fraud.