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C-DOT on the scene this morning, still assessing danger

Updated: 03/09/2010 - According to our 11 news crew on the scene, semi truck drivers are choosing to pull over and 'wait it out,' instead of taking an alternate route. There is still no estimate of when the Interstate will be reopened.

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Rock slides are quite common for Colorado

Updated: 03/09/2010 - A rock slide as big as the one in Glenwood Canyon is unusual, but in general, rock slides are actually quite common. This is the second one within a 100 mile stretch of I-70 in just a week.

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Man with violent past faces first degree murder charges

Updated: 03/08/2010 - The violent incident has left the community and the neighborhood with many questions. Residents on Texas Avenue tell 11 News, last night, their usually quiet street was anything but. Now the neighborhood is wondering how one man ended up dead and another behind bars and another accused of murder.

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Locals react to Catholic school kick-out

Updated: 03/08/2010 - As debate heats up whether Catholic schools should be able to kick students out because of their parents' sexual orientation, locals weigh in with their opinions.

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WIC Program heading to Fruita

Updated: 03/08/2010 - Getting WIC vouchers through the Health Department will soon be more convenient for Fruita residents.

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Home Improvement and Remodeling Expo goes green

Updated: 03/07/2010 - Solar panels, recycled tile, cork flooring. The Home Improvement and Remodeling Expo at the Two Rivers Convention Center is showcasing more green vendors than ever before.

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Burning up over Tanning Tax

Updated: 03/06/2010 - Days are getting warmer and inching closer to spring. As many people hit up the tanning beds to prepare for spring attire, Congress is preparing to jack-up prices for tanning salons and impose a 10% sales tax as a part of the Health Care reform Bill.

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Local Principal Puckers Up To A Pig

Updated: 03/06/2010 - One pig had a local principal puckering up. This morning, Rocky Mountain Elementary school principal Patti Virden made good on her promise to kiss a pig if students met their fund raising goal.

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Local School and Dispensary Come To Terms

Updated: 03/05/2010 - State lawmakers are considering some changes to proposed medical marijuana regulations. This, after hearing concerns from a packed house of patients and dispensary owners.

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Literacy center changing lives everyday

Updated: 03/06/2010 - Imagine moving to a foreign country where you don't have any friends and can't speak the language. Well many people in Grand Junction found themselves in exactly that position and turned to the literacy center for help.

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Palisade residents cry foul over comments made by Mayor during bar incident

Updated: 03/05/2010 - The Palisade Police Department is investigating a "disturbance" at a downtown Palisade bar involving the town's mayor, mayor pro tem, and a man running for town trustee. While both sides admit the incident was minor, comments stemming from it have some town residents accusing the mayor of abusing his power.

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