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Lands End Hill Climb

Updated: 08/17/2008 - Lands End Road up to the Mesa is full of hairpin turns and steep drop offs, so what better idea than to drive it as fast as you can?

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11th Hour School Shoppers

Updated: 08/17/2008 - The first bell shall toll for Grand Junction schools Monday morning, but many students aren't ready just yet for the new academic year.

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Hunters Find Wreckage of Missing Plane

Updated: 08/17/2008 - Officials have confirmed that the wreckage of a plane found by hunters in Colorado's high country is that of a plane that went missing Friday.

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Drunk Driving Crackdown

Updated: 08/16/2008 - With school starting back up, the Labor Day holiday almost here and football season just getting underway, the Grand Junction Police Department wants you to keep in mind it’s cracking down on DUI drivers.

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Peach Cuisine

Updated: 08/16/2008 - When you think peaches, you probably think pies, ice cream, and cobblers. But many at the Palisade Peach Festival are showing there's more to the peach than just desserts.

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Riverside Parkway Opens

Updated: 08/15/2008 - Friday afternoon, Grand Valley drivers got their first chance to drive along the brand new Riverside Parkway.

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Diabetes Kids Club Provides Support for Kids and Families

Posted: 08/15/2008 - 10–year–old Bryce Morse has lived with diabetes for seven years. He's had the pump for the past four years and checks his blood sugar levels four to five times a day. "Your blood sugar goes high and you usually start feeling a little bit tired or hyper," says Morse.

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Military Donations Favor Obama Over McCain

Posted: 08/15/2008 - John McCain may be the one with the lauded military record, but according to a nonpartisan group, Barack Obama is the one raking in more cash from military donors.

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Detroit Mayor Has Turbulent Day, Faces Another

Posted: 08/15/2008 - Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick will be back in court this morning. This time it's for a preliminary hearing to determine if he'll stand trial on assault charges

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Bush Hits Russia On 'Bulling And Intimidation'

Posted: 08/15/2008 - President Bush on Friday accused Russia of “bullying and intimidation” against Georgia, saying that the people in the former Soviet Republic chose freedom and “we will not cast them aside.”

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Donuts Out, Beer In

Posted: 08/15/2008 - A new restaurant is making it's way to Grand Junction.

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Lab: More People Exposed To Plutonium than Thought

Posted: 08/15/2008 - A Boulder laboratory says new tests show more people were exposed to plutonium than originally thought after a June spill, but none are expected to have significant health effects.

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White House: Russian 'Bluster' Will Be Ignored

Posted: 08/14/2008 - The White House says it is ignoring Russia's claims that Georgia's territorial integrity has been breached and that its two separatist provinces will no longer be part of the former Soviet Republic.

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Roan Plateau Drilling Battle Goes To Auction Block

Updated: 08/14/2008 - A years long battle over whether to drill on the Roan Plateau will come to a head Thursday when federal officials offer oil and gas leases on about 55,000 acres of public land.

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