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Two community members win awards at MLK program

The celebration wasn't over after the Martin Luther King Jr. march, there was a program that was held at CMU.

More than a hundred people gathered on Monday to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. They held a symbolic march to honor him and his legacy.

The group that provides in-home medical care for ailing former department of energy workers has gotten certified by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care.

Grand Junction Police say the husband of a woman killed in their Orchard Mesa home Sunday night has been charged with 2nd Degree Murder. Investigators were told the woman had just asked for a divorce.

As Grand Junction grows, is it changing with crime and mental health?

Several vehicle break-ins reported in Fruita this weekend

Teen writer tells the tale of trying to make it as a professional author

KKCO-HS Basketball: Fruita girls to face gritty Montrose team

KKCO- MLK Celebration Continues At CMU

KKCO- Hundreds March In Honor Of MLK JR

No snow means more golfing, hiking, and biking

Ten month old in car in drug bust on I-70

Make your own veggie broth from scraps

LEAP: Help for heating now has a new way to sign up

Mind Springs sees an increase in patients

Prep work to begin Monday for Redlands roundabout project

Boy writes speech about his hero: his school's SRO

The Latest: Casino boat fire victim was 42-year-old woman

MLK DAY: Pastor denounces Trump remarks with Pence in pew

Chinese automaker on track to enter US late in 2019

Citigroup says it will use raises to narrow pay gap

UPDATE: President Trump says Sen. Durbin misrepresented discussion

Army vet sues VA over scalpel left in body after surgery

Suspect in swatting hoax expresses remorse for death

Ski Cooper readying for Snowcat operations

Missouri governor delays tax policy tour after admitting to affair

Powderhorn hopes for busy MLK holiday

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