A police report says three Cleveland women held in captivity inside a home for about a decade were threatened, starved and raped.
Updated: 3:10 PM
Teachers both past and present were honored Wednesday afternoon at Fruita Middle School.
Updated: 7:55 AM
The Germany Friendship Force Club is spending a week visiting Grand Junction.
Updated: 8:31 AM
It's real life "Dexter" when law enforcement takes a blood spatter analysis training course.
Updated: 8:34 AM
Know More about the inconsistent weather that may now help your landscape.
Updated: 7:46 AM
Know More about taking care of Fido when you're out of town.
Updated: 8:03 AM
Filings have decreased nearly 50 percent from last year.
Updated: 8:35 AM
A group of Coast Guardsmen hit the road nine days ago in California; driving cross country in a cart hoping their good-hearted gesture will shed light on a project designed to get wounded veterans back on their feet.
Updated: 8:01 AM
Five schools ranked above 80 percent proficient.
Updated: 11:04 AM
The jury has found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder in the death of her one-time boyfriend in Arizona.
Posted: 2:59 PM
A young couple who survived the Aurora theater shootings have scheduled their wedding for the anniversary of the tragedy.
Posted: 2:45 PM
Central High School and Grand Mesa Middle school were placed on lock down briefly late morning as the Mesa County Sheriff's office looked for a suspect in the area.
Updated: 1:17 PM
A Utah teen accused of punching a soccer referee who later died has been charged with homicide by assault, a count issued when an attack unintentionally causes death.
Posted: 12:25 PM
Cleveland's police chief says the three women held captive in a house for nearly a decade were restrained with ropes and chains and allowed out into the back yard occasionally.
Updated: 12:02 PM
A proposal to expand DNA collection for some misdemeanor convictions in Colorado failed during the last days of the session because one of the sponsors couldn't get enough support for the measure.
Posted: 7:23 AM
Driver's licenses for immigrants living in Colorado illegally barely passed the state House.
Posted: 7:21 AM
Colorado lawmakers are closing the 2013 session Wednesday with the most contentious issues behind them.
Updated: 9:53 PM
The ban is summer-long, except around the Independence Day holiday weekend.
Updated: 7:24 AM
A new charter school received a resolution of approval to become a school at Tuesday nights school board meeting.
Updated: 8:48 AM
With the warmer months quickly approaching, weddings and wine season may be reasons to rent a limo.
Updated: 8:27 AM
Clifton water officials want customers to know they started testing the water about a month ago, and haven't detected any concentrations of benzene.
Updated: 8:14 AM
Suicides are up nearly 30 percent among people aged 35-64.
Updated: 8:29 AM
KKCO 11 News has learned that Grand Junction City Councilmen Rick Brainard is no longer employed by West Star Aviation.
Updated: 10:17 AM
Communities across the nation are promoting the positive impact travel has on local workers, businesses, and economies.
Updated: 8:32 AM
For the first time in over 40 years the Colorado Special Olympics are on the western slope.
Updated: 8:23 AM
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