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GOP gubernatorial candidate holds town hall in Grand Junction

One of the republican candidates for governor made a stop in Grand Junction on Saturday.

American technology and machinery has a history of changing very quickly. That’s why a local museum wanted to show off some old school trucks.

Its the first weekend of the JUCO World Series. And some locals take it very seriously.

The Junior College World Series is back in Grand Junction for their 61st year.

1 taken to hospital after truck crashes into parked train

Whitewater home total loss after blaze

Official tally shows big win for abortion rights in Ireland

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Truck catches fire near Cameo, I-70 closed for hours as crews work to control flames

D51 students recognized for excellence

Expert advice on treating insect stings

Over 80 acres has been burned and I-70 shut down both directions for brush fire in De Beque Canyon

Campers prepare for red flag warning

The first night being homeless

After 15 years Dual Immersion Academy breaks ground on their first gym

Fundraiser shows community support for Palisade Plunge Trail project

CPW says not all bear sightings are a threat

Semi fire closes I-70 near New Castle early Friday morning

Flu season is over, but watch out for summer sickness

Many getting ready to pitch a tent for Memorial Day weekend

Blood Banks trying to stock up for busy summer season

INDIANA SCHOOL SHOOTING: Teacher's brother says he was shot 3 times

Judge declines to throw out Manafort charges

Civil rights activists rally outside of NFL headquarters

AP Source: Trump lawyer met Russian oligarch at Trump Tower

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Iran seeks assurances on nuclear deal after US pullout

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Joshua Holt said Saturday afternoon "thank you for the support, your prayers, and for never giving up and leaving us behind."