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Sensory Christmas lets every kid enjoy the holidays

Updated: 11/28/2015 - Christmastime is right around the corner, and it's always exciting when we see the bright lights and festive colors. One company is working to make sure its a holiday season for everyone to enjoy.

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Grand Valley shoppers look for holiday deals

Updated: 11/27/2015 - Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, the holiday deals are here and many Grand Valley shoppers are taking advantage of the savings, some lining up early Friday morning.

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Grand Junction Firefighters celebrate Thanksgiving

Updated: 11/26/2015 - Not everyone had a holiday break today. Many of our local law enforcement officers had to work, but they did not let that stop them from enjoying a Thanksgiving meal.

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Shoppers wait for Thanksgiving Day door-busters

Updated: 11/26/2015 - Many families have opted out of the traditional Thanksgiving this year and are hoping to get their hands on some of the best sales, by shopping on Grey Thursday.

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UPDATE: Grand Junction man killed in hit & run

Updated: 11/26/2015 - Grand Junction Police say a man was killed when he was hit by an 18-wheeler in the parking lot of an assisted living facility early Tuesday morning.

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Four charged in state lottery sting

Updated: 11/24/2015 - The District Attorney’s Office said four people were charged in a lottery sting by the Colorado Department of Revenue and Lottery Enforcement Division in Mesa County.

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GOCO to cover Colorado State Park entrance fees for Fresh Air Friday on Nov. 27

Updated: 11/23/2015 - It is the beginning of a movement. This year several businesses will close their doors for the annual Black Friday Sale, encouraging shoppers to spend time enjoying the outdoors. Now, Colorado State Parks are providing the best Black Friday deal: free entrance into all 42 Colorado State Parks.

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CMU ends all on-campus bible giveaways

Updated: 11/19/2015 - The giveaway of bibles at the Colorado Mesa University’s Nurses Pinning Ceremony has been a tradition that has occurred on, and off, at the school for several semesters, but Wednesday President Foster decided the distribution would be canceled indefinitely.

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Mesa County reacts to allowing Syrian refugees into Colorado

Updated: 11/19/2015 - The Governor stood his ground during a press conference Wednesday afternoon saying he still plans to allow Syrian refugees into Colorado. Residents in Mesa County are now divided. They want the United States to help Syrian refugees, but have several different opinions on how.

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HIV still a big concern in Colorado

Updated: 11/18/2015 - According to the Western Colorado Aids Project as of 2014 more than 12,000 Colorado residents live with HIV or AIDS.

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