Posted: 11:07 PM The City of Fruita is that much closer to getting a new rec center, as the Fruita Parks and Rec Committee unveils its finalized plans.
Posted: 10:34 PM The City broke ground on a new downtown elementary school Monday afternoon. The ceremony has many people looking forward to the new building.
Updated: 7:56 PM One cemetery in Mesa County has unkempt grounds and unmarked graves, creating grim problems for the cemetery’s association.
Updated: 7:59 PM Chrysler is recalling 125-thousand cars because a problem with a cooling fan could lead to engine fires.
Updated: 8:11 PM A rockslide closed Highway 141 Sunday, days after C-DOT crews finished clearing one in the same spot.
Updated: 7:41 PM A local man is safe this morning after apparently falling asleep behind the wheel.
Updated: 7:35 PM Although thousands of Police Departments across the country use stun guns when apprehending a difficult suspect, the devices have always been controversial.
Updated: 7:46 PM A driver and passenger walk away from an early morning rollover accident on I-70.
Updated: 7:29 PM American-made toys are likely to be a hot commodity this year, after high profile recalls of toys made in China.
Updated: 7:49 PM A new device has students getting A's in school.
Posted: 7:53 AM Highway 141 is back open this morning after a rockslide blocked the road.
Updated: 8:24 AM Today is your last chance to register to vote for the November elections.
Updated: 8:23 AM Two teenagers are under arrest and charged in the shooting of a Grand Junction man.
Updated: 7:23 PM Cedaredge held its annual Apple Fest this weekend. Thousands turned out for the event to enjoy live music, food, and of course, apples. Apple Fest has been held in Cedaredge for the past 30 years.
Posted: 7:42 PM One local group is trying to end hunger problems here in Grand Junction. It's an issue, they say, goes unnoticed too often.
Updated: 10:54 PM The Colorado Rockies swept the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday night to win its first postseason series in franchise history.
Updated: 3:14 AM The victim involved a fatal crash has been identified as 21-year-old Carl Ayers. According to the Mesa County Coroner's office he died of positional asphyxia.
Updated: 6:44 PM The demand for solar power is on the rise, so a local solar installation company decided to shed some light on the energy savers.
Updated: 6:45 PM Hoping to make an impact in the fight against breast cancer, nearly six hundred people participated in the 10th annual Walk 4 Life.
Posted: 5:59 PM A recent study says almost half of the participants felt more relief after acupuncture than drugs and exercise alone.
Updated: 6:49 PM Colorado Attorney General John Suthers made a stop in Grand Junction Saturday, in hopes of making a dent in identity theft.