Party-goers need to keep a close eye on alcohol consumption this weekend, because local law enforcement will doing so as well.
As 2006 draws to a close county and city officials are reflecting on the impact they've made on the fight against meth.
The recruitment process has re–opened to any new interested applicants
As his parents celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Thursday, Grand Junction House District 54 Representative Steve King was sworn in.
Former Interior Secretary Gale Norton has a new job as legal adviser to a major oil company.
A Colorado company profiled in an NBC special on illegal immigration earlier this week has received hundreds of job applications--and its share of hate mail too.
You won't be finding Governor Bill Owens holding a "job wanted" sign on a Denver street corner anytime soon.
It's not something you see every day--a piece of wood embedded in a steel pole.
An elderly woman and her son were injured after losing control of their vehicle, hitting five other cars at a Clifton pharmacy.
Unemployment in Mesa County is low, a full percentage point lower than the state's 4.1 percent average, but despite the numbers some sectors are suffering.
The company planning to explore for natural gas in the watersheds of Palisade and Grand Junction says it will use environmentally–sound fluids in it's drilling.
With recycling centers closed this year Mesa County officials ask that residents bring their Christmas trees to the Mesa County composting facility.