Moisture in April and heat in May is the ideal combination for insects to make Grand Junction their new home.
Caffeine is not just limited to drinks anymore as it is making an appearance in popular snacks.
A local Grand Junction woman loses her husband to cancer and is now asking for community support to get through this difficult time.
Know More about what you should and shouldn't do when it comes to fighting the flu.
More than 46.6 million people across the country are receiving government food assistance according to new numbers from June of this year.
School District 51 received a grant to get students back into the classroom. The $750,000 will be used to support struggling teens and get them with the appropriate community aid or counseling.
Father Jeff Barnes recently lost his wife to cancer and is struggling to make ends meet.
Hal David, who teamed with Burt Bacharach on dozens of songs as the duo became one of the most successful songwriting teams in modern history, died today in Los Angeles at the age of 91.
The Colorado Young Americans for Romney coalition will gather tomorrow follow President Obama’s visit at the University of Colorado Boulder campus.
A truck causes a multiple-car accident, then takes off. It happened around 9 pm Friday night.
The Denver Broncos along with fans from around the country and right here in the Valley are now looking ahead to the first home game of the season. Also in the orange and blue cheering section? Local businesses.
Operation foresight is a true success. Local store owners are still reaping the benefits of an initiative that started 50 years ago.
The time is now, as some diseases are gearing up to become epidemics.
Dozens audtioned at Canyon View Park for a chance to become the next American Idol.
The Colorado State Patrol is reporting to an incident on I-70 eastbound. Thirty to 40 bales of hay fell onto the highway around mile marker 55.
A motorcycle rider is being treated for serious, possibly life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car in Gunnison.
Fans from near and far enjoyed the second and final night of Rock Jam performances. All of them share the love of rock and roll as well as making a friend or two along the way.
The Republican Party is delaying the bulk of its convention until Tuesday afternoon because of the severe weather expected from Tropical Storm Isaac.
School District 51 students are finishing up their first week back to class, but not without some big changes. KKCO 11 News found out how families are coping with the new school walking boundaries.
Ponds are popping up near Fruita, all in an effort to save endangered fish. Know More about the newly constructed grow-out ponds for these four species.
Chances are you're still seeing a haze lingering in the air, but experts say it looks a lot worse than it actually is. Though it may still look like smoke to the human eye, it's actually moisture.
Authorities say a college student from Utah has been shot to death in the San Juan National Forest in southwest Colorado and a suspect has been arrested.
The Mesa County Republicans are addressing where they stand with House District 54 candidate Jared Wright. Read the party statement here.
Grand Junction has a way of landing in the national spotlight, most recently with President Obama and Governor Romney’s visits to the Valley. Now, Grand Junction is making national news again.
Every school in the district has a drop off zone, but with more students walking and potentially more parents dropping students off, some worry these zones will become even more congested and cause more potential problems.
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