Updated: 9:15 AM Wineries aren't the only ones gearing up for the WineFest. According to the Grand Junction Visitors and Convention Bureau, all area hotels are either completely booked or have very limited space available.
Updated: 9:01 PM For the past six years a non–profit corporation has been running Grand Valley Transit, but the orginization may be no more if the board of Mesa County Commissioners votes in favor of having Laidlaw Transit take over.
Updated: 8:42 PM The five year anniversary didn't stop people from taking to the skies at Walker Field. For those flying out of Walker Field, it was business as usual other than some flight delays because of bad weather in Denver.
Posted: 4:42 PM We've all heard the saying click it or ticket, but now high school students district wide are taking the message to heart as they participate in a challenge to increase seat belt use among their schools.
Updated: 8:59 PM Prevent voter fraud and make sure every ballot is accurately counted.
These are just some of the issues Colorado Sate Treasurer Mike Coffman says he'll address if he becomes the next Secretary of Sate.
Updated: 5:25 PM Provisions for the 2002 Farm Bill are set to run out this year, and in order to ensure a solid future for farmers, Congressman John Salazar is visiting farm communities around the state to get feedback on the 2007 Farm Bill.
Updated: 5:26 PM Hundreds filled seats at Two Rivers Convention Center to take part in club 20's fall meeting. The day was jammed packed with debates, educational sessions and of course, opposing opinions.