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Police investigate GJ hostage situation

Police were working to arrest a man allegedly involved in a hostage situation. It happened Thursday on Chipeta Court in Grand Junction.


Cybersecurity experts are warning about deceptive new scams being used by hackers.


The Trump administration issued a permit Friday to build the Keystone XL pipeline, reversing the Obama administration and clearing the way for the $8 billion project to finally be completed.



Whoever gets the job will start with a base salary of $175,000 to $210,000.


Deputy speaks out after alleged drunk driver crashes into patrol car


Concussions are common on the field


Woman says happiness is key to living 107 years


Scams get sneaky


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Mesa County Partners gives back


Wet weather dampens brush fire risks


GJPD investigating a robbery at North Avenue Pizza Hut


St. Mary's cutting down on traveling nurses


High school students learn 3D dissection


Inappropriate graffiti at parks concerns parents


13% voter turnout in city election so far


Ute Water encourages water conservation


Spring is here and so is allergy season


ATV RECALL: More than 45 fires reported


Deadly attack near UK parliament, suspect killed


Delaney Clements' legacy lives on, one year later


Proposed bill asks oil and gas facilities to back up from schools


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