The president's administration had sought and accepted Steven Miller's resignation as interim commissioner of the IRS.
Updated: 3:02 PM
Prosecutors say Nathan Dunlap harbors evil in his heart and deserves to be executed for killing four people 19 years ago.
Posted: 7:10 AM
Colorado will increase mental health services with walk-in crisis centers and a 24-hour hotline under a bill being signed by the governor.
Updated: 1:07 PM
New research reveals one-third of moms own a tablet and women are online almost three hours per day.
Updated: 8:46 AM
The Grand Junction Symphony place pianos along Main Street.
Updated: 9:00 AM
The Grand Valley Salinity Project came to a successful end after 34-years working to keep salt out of the Colorado River.
Updated: 8:50 AM
Avoid high-caffeine diet and stick to healthier options.
Updated: 9:07 AM
Know More why you shouldn't hesitate to snap the helmet on before you start pedaling, and why some states are working to make helmets mandatory by law.
Updated: 9:10 AM
Know More about the outlook for the spring allergy season.
Updated: 9:11 AM
Senate bill 252 doubles the percent of energy that must come from renewable sources for rural electricity co-ops.
Updated: 6:24 PM
Officials are looking for the person who dumped a small source of radioactive Radium-226 during the Grand Junction Spring Clean-Up Days from April 15-26.
Updated: 10:56 PM
The teen is scheduled for a juvenile detention hearing on Wednesday. He hasn't been identified because he is a juvenile.
Posted: 1:52 PM
Denver was ranked the #1 departure city for domestic travel in the U.S. by CardHub.com.
Posted: 9:10 AM
Russian state television has aired footage provided by Russia's security services claiming that another alleged American spy was expelled earlier this year.
Posted: 8:11 AM
The governor has signed a package of bills revamping Colorado's child welfare system.
Updated: 2:40 PM
Security is being increased at the Bolder Boulder, including bag checks at Folsom Field, following the Boston Marathon bombings.
Posted: 7:17 AM
A new audit finds that hundreds of Colorado inmates may be serving incorrect sentences due to clerical errors.
Posted: 7:13 AM
Durango police say they still don't know why two men were giving away marijuana at a downtown street corner.
Posted: 7:08 AM
A controversy unfolding at the Internal Revenue service is causing an uproar across the nation and here in the Grand Valley. Local nonprofit conservative groups say they've been targeted as well.
Updated: 2:44 PM
Tonight many Glade Park Residents gathered at the fire station to get a handle on wildfire prevention.
Updated: 7:59 AM
It's a science fiction story from the past and now it's transporting two local authors to New York City for the nation's largest literary event.
Updated: 10:48 PM
Grand Junction High School graduates an altruistic class.
Updated: 2:13 PM
The Tiara Rado Animal Clinic provided free shots to 100 dogs on Tuesday.
Updated: 2:13 PM
The Colorado Canyons Association teamed up with the BLM to host a scavenger hunt for local 3rd graders.
Updated: 12:14 PM
Reps. Ray Scott and Jared Wright and Sen. Steve King describe this session as a challenging one for Western Colorado.
Updated: 8:18 PM
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