The National Forest Service has placed a ban on open fires on the Grand Mesa and Uncompahgre National Forests. The Bureau of Land Mangement has done likewise on public lands under its' jurisdiction.
Burn injuries that a Clifton man sustained after a boat engine he was working on exploded, are more serious than originally thought and 11 News has learned he's in critical condition.
Thousands of people out at Country Jam means lots of trash and a program for at risk youth is helping the festival to clean up.
The second weekend of the Palisade Farmers Market went on without a hitch.
Police are investigating a hit and run that left a trailer home damaged.
11 News is looking for Grand Valley residents who have been victimized by identity theft, to be used in a series of reports dealing with the dangers of identity theft.
For those who like antique shopping, there's a new place in town to buy old treasures. The Intermountain Flea Market in Grand Junction.
Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Bill Ritter makes a campaign stop in Grand Junction. Pushing his policy on preserving wildlife and the great outdoors in Colorado.
You can light them, but you can't even use them. And that has many people wondering, what would the 4th of July be like without fireworks. This year, you may find out because there is a ban on setting off fireworks in Mesa County.
Two bowling alleys with two very different atmospheres. One thing they have in common is they both suffer from the slow summer season.
An early morning car jacking in Fruita have police on the hunt for suspects.