Posted: 10:29 AM Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin is dead at age 76.
Posted: 10:22 AM The Durango Herald reports that the Southern Ute tribe has told a construction company to take an American flag off a construction crane.
Posted: 10:17 AM The 4th infantry division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team is preparing to go back to Iraq, probably this fall.
Posted: 10:13 AM For the last decade, state education officials have put poorly attended state college programs on a list to have them discontinued.
Posted: 10:06 AM If you can serve in the military and pay taxes, should you be allowed to serve in the legislature?
Posted: 9:55 AM A four-year-old boy is recovering from a deep cut to his head after Colorado State wide receiver George Hill collided with him during CSU's spring game.
Posted: 3:49 PM It's a one stop shop for all of your health and beauty needs as the first ever Head to Toe Women's Expo came to Two Rivers Convention Center on Sunday.
Updated: 8:47 AM Following an attempted burglary at a Grand Junction convenience store, police are still looking for suspects.
Updated: 8:46 AM Condemning recent actions taken by Colorado's Attorney General, lawmakers are standing up to protect Western Slope water rights.
Updated: 8:42 AM U.S Army Corporal Wade Oglesby from Grand Junction was killed on Wednesday just north of Baghdad.
Updated: 8:31 AM A Grand Valley Marine returns home to a hero's welcome after being shot by a sniper back in November.
Updated: 8:25 AM With spring in full swing, irrigation ditches all over the Grand Valley are full and running, but these ditches are not for play.
Updated: 8:10 AM A cut below the nose is all 78-year-old Emma Hanner of Denver has to show for being forced to make an emergency landing in her small plane in a Missouri field.
Updated: 8:09 AM Relatives of those killed in a shocking school shooting in the Denver suburb of Littleton eight years ago are questioning a judge's decision to seal information about the Columbine High School killers, saying that opening the files might help avoid such future tragedies as this week's carnage in Virginia.
Posted: 10:32 AM The House Appropriations Committee has approved a measure that lawmakers say will close a loophole -- which has allowed at least 4,100 jail inmates to avoid a new law requiring felons to give D-N-A samples.
Updated: 8:05 AM Colorado's unemployment rate has fallen two-tenths of a percentage point to 3.6 percent in March -- the lowest level in nearly six years.