A student at Centennial Middle School in Montrose has been facing disciplinary action for violating the school's dress code. Now his mother is fighting to change the school's policy.
Construction crews didn't let a little wet weather in October slow them down, and say the parking garage on Rood Avenue will be done in November as expected.
A 6-year-old girl remains hospitalized after being hit by a car Thursday afternoon. Hospital officials have upgraded her from critical to serious condition.
Former Grand Junction city council member Harry Butler was the featured speaker at an event to honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
For the third year in a row traffic deaths statewide have declined; however in Mesa County the numbers are increasing.
Bookworms looking to get a good read from the Central Branch of the Mesa County library are out of luck for the next week or more due to a transformer explosion.
The floor of the House chamber shook when Governor Bill Ritter announced in his State of the State address Thursday the Democratic National Convention is coming to Denver. The Western Slope plans to benefit from the convention as well.
Bill Ritter has been Governor for just three days, but he's already getting flack from some on the Western Slope for the lack of state–wide diversity in his cabinet.
Law enforcement agencies and community members attended a sex offender notification meeting Thursday night at City Hall.
Halliburton officials are investigating an accident that occurred while performing well services near Parachute Wednesday afternoon.
In response to misperceptions on the part of some regarding our Capitol Watch segment, we wish to restate that Teresa Coons and Janet Rowland are not presented as reporters or KKCO employees, but as who they are: elected officials bringing to light legislation they believe is important to their constituents.
She's been with the Mesa County Public Library District for 36 years and for 14 of them was its director; but now Terry Pickens is moving on.