Updated: 1:09 PM The fire at a house in Palisade has been put out. Crews on scene are not reporting any injuries as a result of the fire. Fire Crews from Palisade and East Orchard Mesa Fire Department responded to the shouse on Majestic Way just before 11:30 Monday morning.
No one inside.
Fire crews are on the scene of a house fire in Palisade. The fire broke out just before 11:30 on Majestic Way. When fire crews arrived on scene they could see flames. The garage looks to be a total loss and the house is heavily damaged.
Updated: 9:02 PM A Fruita family has wracked up more than a million dollars in medical bills trying to save their 3 month old daughter. A daughter who doctors say has a 50 percent chance to live until the age 10.
Updated: 7:14 PM State Transportation Officials announced projects Friday that will get an extra boost thanks to the Federal Stimulus Package. Three of the projects are right here on the Western Slope.
Updated: 7:51 AM Downtown Grand Junction has a lot of interesting historic buildings that have retained their spirit of the past. These buildings can give us clues about the city and the people who lived here. One such place is the Margery Building, on the corner of 5th and Main in downtown Grand Junction.
Posted: 9:50 PM The top floor of the Mesa County Community Corrections building is home to the Summit View Drug Treatment Center. Local officials have attributed the opening of that drug center as one reason drug cases were down last year.
Updated: 8:39 PM In the last five weeks four children died from flu related illness, two of those on the Western Slope. Now health officials are saying this is the worst flu season in state in the last five years.
Updated: 8:34 PM A new federal law barring lead from children's products could turn the page on libraries. Mesa county libraries says it may have to pull books from the shelves or ask your kids to stay out.
Updated: 8:31 PM The new lead law is already costing businesses around the area a lot of money. ATV's and dirt bikes designed for children have already been pulled of the showroom floors because they contain lead that's higher than the new law allows.