Today is International Walk - To - School day.
Some parents may get some help collecting backed child support with the new passport rules.
The Mesa County Sheriff's Office has named Lester Ralph Jones as the only suspect in the disapperance of Paige Birgfeld.
The city council decided to add yet another item to next years budget, they are looking to give $5,000,000 to Mesa State College.
Target stores is announcing a recall. The company is recalling the "Plush Boys Rattles" because of a potential chocking hazard.
Former Northern Colorado Punter Mitch Cozad is set to be sentenced today in Weld County.
A Grand Junction woman suspected of killing her newborn last summer is set to enter a plea today.
A man serving a life sentence for killing his wife is scheduled for an appellate hearing in Denver today.
A lesson in racism may have gone too far at an elementary school run by Grambling State University in Louisiana.
A new scam is making its way around the country. Apparently it's based in Canada, but targets people in the U.S.
It was a close call for three men driving overnight, as a car drives off a roundabout in Grand Junction and clips a light pole.
I–70 is back open this morning after a rockslide clogged up traffic.
Governor Bill Ritter announced on Monday the names of the people who will serve on his new Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice. Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger was one of them.
One local woman feels there are some life stories that need to be told, and she is making sure they are.
A Clifton woman was sentenced Monday to fifteen months in jail, and will be on probation for 20 years to life, after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting her grandchildren.
Police are hoping the public can help them find an elderly woman missing since yesterday.
It's start today. You must have a passport to leave and return into the United States by aircraft.