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Protect your pet during the eclipse

With the solar eclipse only three days away, people are wondering how animals are going to be affected. Some articles suggest you need to protect your pet's eyes during the eclipse just to be safe.

awmakers want more say in American military action. Legislation passed by Oklahoma Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) says the White House needs to do more to keep members of Congress informed. Cole says with changing international threats, Congress needs to approve an updated plan.

Education Secretary Betsy Devos is shining a light on her efforts since her controversial confirmation. Protests continue to follow her as many are still concerned about her effect on public schools. DeVos says she is fighting for every student, but others strongly disagree.

Gassing up and hitting the road for Wyoming? Well, that makes you one of about 600,000 according to AAA. The once in a lifetime view is expected to bring traffic jams and delays across many roadways.

Countdown to solar eclipse

Grand Junction Fire Department wants people to remain vigilant for fire danger

Woman donates supplies for every student at school

KKCO-CMU Mavericks: Defense shines in fall scrimmage

KKCO-HS Football: Tigers look to improve in 2017

KKCO-Rocky Mountain Open begins

Put the news back in your Facebook News Feed

Marillac Health offering $10 sports physicals

Moms chat about social media sales pitches

Dinosaur Nat’l Monument creek closed due to septic line break

Montrose inmate dies after being found unresponsive in jail cell

Stranger watched over 3-year-old left behind on field trip

U.S. flag burned at veterans memorial site in Colorado

Finnish police shoot man who stabs 8 people in Turku; 2 dead

Colorado debuts driverless truck to protect road crews

Two charged after reports of shooting on Orchard Mesa

Victim, trooper identified in I-70 crash near Rifle

Palisade Peach fest kicks off with ice cream social

Palisade's recycling system could soon see a change

Fire near Pepsi building may have been set on purpose, GJFD says

The Colorado Department of Education has released the 2017 state test results

R-5 High School students seeking donations to make amphibious vehicle

City Council adopts City of GJ Strategic Plan

Slim pickings for solar eclipse glasses

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