A man who lives and works in Grand Junction as a clown at children's birthday parties and local events has been arrested for four felony charges.
Updated: 5:25 PM
Kids at Pomona Elementary School are overjoyed, they swapped candy for apples, and video games for exercise; and on Wednesday they were rewarded for it.
Updated: 6:41 PM
The man who was killed over the weekend when his truck rolled into a canal had almost four times the legal limit of alcohol in his body.
Updated: 6:42 PM
Two Fruita Monument High School students are suspended for putting controversial fliers on car windshields at school.
Updated: 8:35 AM
A high school is locked down and Parachute police are asking for help from the county as authorities search for a gunman on the loose.
Updated: 12:35 AM
Two Moffat County High School students have been suspended and a police investigation is under way after the teens allegedly threatened violence last week.
Posted: 10:24 AM
Gay people would be protected from being fired based on their sexual orientation under a bill approved by the State House.
Posted: 9:13 AM
With school safety on the minds of many, District 51 releases its report on ways to make your kids safer in school.
Updated: 8:54 AM
Several law enforcement agencies are looking to better protect the identities of Grand Valley residents and from getting financially scammed.
Posted: 10:13 PM
The first degree murder case against a Grand Junction man is now in the hands of a jury, this after the defense team for 22-year-old Christopher Wieberg never called a witness, including the defendant himself.
Posted: 10:07 PM
For the second time in about two weeks a piece of art on a street corner is vandalized.
Updated: 6:37 PM
Every property in Mesa County has been re–appraised by the Assessor's Office, and it should come as no surprise that values are on the rise.
Updated: 6:37 PM
A local high school is placed on lock–down Tuesday morning after someone reported seeing a gun near campus.
Updated: 6:38 PM
The owner of a Mexican restaurant in Utah is offering a 500-taco reward for help in finding the person who stole about $3,000 during a break-in.
Updated: 3:57 PM
The Department of Defense has announced that three more Fort Carson soldiers have died in Iraq.
Updated: 8:16 AM
A supervisor in the state's tax-collection agency in under arrest, accused of approving at least $5.3 million in phony refunds and other tax payments.
Updated: 4:06 PM
A 25-year-old Marine has died after a bomb struck his amphibious vehicle in Iraq.
Updated: 8:15 AM
Colorado and six other Colorado river states have filed a plan with the interior department aimed at divvying up scarce water resources during drought.
Updated: 4:13 PM
Researchers in Colorado say arctic sea ice is melting three times faster than many scientists project.
Posted: 9:31 AM
A woman from Conifer survived an attack by a small bear and wildlife officials shot and killed a bear.
Posted: 9:26 AM
From June 29 through July 4, Grand Junction will celebrate its 125th Anniversary, and the Visitor and Convention Bureau is encouraging you to invite the whole family down.
Updated: 9:00 PM
He's been deployed three times for tours over Afghanistan and Iraq and flew 15 combat missions over Kosovo. But on Monday a local Lt. Colonel took his final flight.
Updated: 9:27 AM
Authorities say alcohol played a role in Sunday's fatal rollover accident near Collbran.
Updated: 9:16 AM
For the second time in about two weeks a Go–Fer Foods convenience store is burglarized and again the target is an ATM machine.
Updated: 9:22 AM
Prince Harry is going to Iraq.
Posted: 12:21 PM
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