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Clifton woman scared that her dog could have rabies

A Clifton woman's dog is in quarantine after she found it with a bat in it's mouth, and that bat tested positive for rabies.


Time for seniors to get $10 lifetime passes to our nation’s parks is running out. Congress passed a bill jumping the price to $80 set to take affect August 28. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer looks into the reason for the hike and why many seniors are making a mad dash for the $10 pass.


Sacramento woman wakes up to find partially demolished piano in her backyard.



District 51's superintendent is shifting his focus on building trust between the community and the school district.


Home explosion investigation continues


Home explosion investigation continues


Meet Sven, this hospital's first-ever facility dog


KKCO - Weather Forecast 08/23/2017


Musical Mystery: Backyard Piano?


KKCO-GJ Rockies: Golden hits walk-off, Rox win series


Put the news back in your Facebook News Feed


Safe routes to school


Steps to take before ADHD diagnosis, medication


Bat tests for rabies in Mesa County


What to do with your solar eclipse glasses


Changing student discipline with Restorative Justice practices


Officials say Trump’s Afghan plan involves 3,900 more troops


Forest Service to unveil Hanging Lake plan Tuesday


Fruita Police Department request help identifying suspect


Hiking closer to the eclipse


Commuter train crash injures dozens, none critically


Two in custody after pursuit through multiple Colorado counties


U.S. says some remains of sailor found on USS John McCain


Solar grids impacted by eclipse across country


Woman hopes cat survives after it was shot with bow and arrow


Teachers use solar eclipse as learning experience


34K vehicles head through Colorado to Wyoming


Pedestrian killed in Montrose collision


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