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Gas Credit Cards Hope to Lure Customers to Their Brands

Updated: 05/15/2008 - Gas prices keep rising. People keep looking for ways to save money on gas. Gas credit cards offer the consumer ways to save a small percent on the total purchase or a specified dollar amount on each gallon. But which is the best card?

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West Middle School Students Raises $1500 for Africa

Updated: 05/15/2008 - They learned all about the conflicts in Africa and today about 20 West Middle School students are showing off all of their hard work in raising money for the people there.

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Local Family Experiences Tense Moments While Waiting for News

Posted: 05/14/2008 - China's 7.9 earthquake near Chengdu caused massive amounts of damage and sent shock waves hundreds of miles away. One family here is Grand Junction didn't feel the shock waves but were touched just the same.

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Crash Victims Family Mourns Loss, Hopes for Baby

Updated: 05/15/2008 - 26-year-old Jenny Trover was killed Monday when someone driving the wrong way on Interstate 70 slammed into her car. Trover died immediately, but her five-month-old son Alexander survived and is currently in fair condition at St. Mary’s Hospital.

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Smart Car Attracting Attention in Grand Junction

Updated: 05/14/2008 - Gene Scheve of Orchard Mesa decided he wanted one last year. And that is how long it took him to get one. He first had to place a $100 down payment on the car. That just put him on the waiting list. Scheve picked up his car in Denver just under two weeks ago.

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Dead Baby Boy Named "Lovey" at Vigil

Updated: 05/16/2008 - Thursday night Grand Valley residents held a vigil for the baby boy whose body was hidden in the closet of his grandparent’s home for over two months.

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Mesa State Expands

Updated: 05/14/2008 - Community leaders, alumni and staff at Mesa State College are breaking ground on the new and improved Saunders Fieldhouse and the new Health Sciences center.

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3rd Annual Youth Activity Guide

Posted: 05/13/2008 - The Mesa County Teen Leadership Commission is releasing their third annual youth activity guide for pre–teens and teens.

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It's Spring. Really.

Updated: 05/13/2008 - It may be spring, but another blast of winter is moving across Western Colorado.

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Family of Teen Shot in the Face Gets a New Van

Posted: 05/12/2008 - Anita Martinez almost lost her son when he was shot in the face. During the same month the single mother was kicked out of her house and broke her leg. But things are looking up for Martinez thanks to a surprise gift that will help the family "hit the road" to recovery.

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Controlled Kannah Creek Watershed Burn a Success

Updated: 05/12/2008 - Fire Crews dropped incendiary spheres, the size of ping pong balls, from a helicopter to start a controlled burn in the drainage of the Kannah Creek Basin Watershed. The burning is part of a partnership between the City of Grand Junction, the USDA Forest Service and the Colorado State Forest Service.

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Montrose Suicide Rate Double Average

Posted: 05/12/2008 - State and local officials are looking at ways to get more agencies involved in preventing suicides in Montrose county, where the rate is nearly double the national average.

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