School District 51 has hired an Interim Athletic Director for Grand Junction High School.
Updated: 8:21 AM
Once a victim of a violent crime, a Grand Valley woman is now doing everything in her power to pay it forward.
Updated: 8:18 AM
The man accused of killing two Mesa State College students during a high speed pursuit on I–70 had a blood alcohol content of almost three times the legal limit.
Updated: 6:42 PM
A former Fruita Firefighter missing since Sunday was found in Utah Tuesday morning.
Updated: 6:43 PM
The Mesa County Sheriff's Office is investigating an alleged sexual assault on a child.
Updated: 6:45 PM
The student identified as the Virginia Tech gunman is described as an English major whose professors found
his writing so disturbing, they referred him to the school's counseling service.
Updated: 12:18 AM
In the wake of tragedy comes questions and for many, answers and comfort come through prayer.
Updated: 8:24 AM
After a short suspension, a Colorado grocery store chain is once again offering gas discounts with the purchase of groceries.
Updated: 8:33 PM
Because there have been no apparent signs of a missing man believed to be in the desert area north of Grand Junction, search efforts have been temporarily suspended.
Updated: 8:33 PM
Students and staff at Mesa State College are reacting to Monday's tragic shooting, and many are stopping to think that this type of thing could happen anywhere at anytime.
Updated: 8:34 PM
With exploratory gas operations slated within the watersheds of Grand Junction and Palisade, the parent oil and gas company along with several municipalities have been collaborating to draft a plan dealing with many issues.
Updated: 8:17 AM
Authorities say they've tentatively identified the gunman behind Monday's shooting rampage at Virginia Tech that killed 32 victims, but they're not releasing any information yet. The incident is the worst gun massacre in the nation's history.
Updated: 3:17 PM
From identity theft to foreign lotteries, from Nigerian letters to "free" vacation offers, there's always a new scam to look out for.
But no matter how much the scams change, there are common links you should know.
Updated: 9:49 AM
Legislation concerning unmarried adoption is on its way to Governor Bill Ritter's desk, but it's not without controversy.
Updated: 6:24 PM
Governor Bill Ritter has proclaimed the week of April 15th to the 21st Colorado Severe Weather Awareness Week.
Updated: 9:38 AM
Dignitaries from across Colorado gathered in Palisade Saturday to pay tribute to the late Congressman Wayne Aspinall.
Updated: 9:35 AM
There are about 180,000 children in Colorado without health insurance, something U.S. Senator Ken Salazar is looking to change.
Updated: 9:28 AM
Being certified in CPR can help you save a loved one's life. That's the message from Mesa State College.
Updated: 9:31 AM
Plenty of questions surround a shooting in Clifton Friday afternoon and at this time the Mesa County Sheriff's Office has no answers.
Posted: 9:36 PM
The past few nights have reached freezing cold temperatures causing some sleepless nights for fruit farmers here in the Grand Valley.
Updated: 8:54 AM
Thursday officially kicked off the countdown to the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver as Howard Dean was in the mile high city stirring up excitement.
Posted: 9:08 PM
Old man winter made a visit to the Grand Valley Thursday morning with a rare April snow storm.
Updated: 8:33 AM
Fad diets don't work and they may even put lives at risk.
Updated: 8:13 AM
An underage drinking sting finds four local businesses selling to alcohol to minors.
Updated: 8:15 AM
Meth affects the entire community, it may even be manufactured in your neighborhood. But how can you tell?
Updated: 8:20 AM
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