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Coroner still identifying Orchard Mesa remains

The Mesa County Coroner's Office has been working to identify skeletal remains found this past December. With little physical evidence to work with, they are turning to the public in hopes that someone can help identify this man.

A train conductor has confirmed that the two dogs found dead on tracks in Orchard Mesa last week were hit and mutilated by a train.

A new bill aims to increase penalties for texting and driving.

A federal judge on Tuesday blocked a Trump administration order to withhold funding from communities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities, saying the president has no authority to attach new conditions to federal spending.

Colo. Attorney General, D-51 push Safe 2 Tell app

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Grand Junction hosts national cycling championships

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Man arrested in brother's shooting death

School bus collides with motorcycle on I-70B

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Colorado man charged with child abuse in crosswalk collision

Western Colorado hospitals at risk of losing funding

Younger Colorado Legislature? Change wins preliminary OK

New program in Fruita aims to fight diabetes

American Red Cross celebrates volunteers

Local family starts non-profit to help families of fallen officers

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Scholars honored at D-51 Superintendent's Luncheon

Multiple crews put out brush fire near Persigo Wash

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