A march is scheduled Monday at noon in support of illegal immigration reform.
In Grand Junction, the Riverside Task Force met Friday evening to plan a march on Monday to protest what they believe is unfair immigration reform. The task force was founded in 1990 in order to improve the lives of the people living in the Riverside community.
After years of work the Bureau of Land Management has released the final environmental assessment on the popular Bangs Canyon recreation area south of Grand Junction.
Federal agents believe former air traffic controller and serial bomb suspect Robert Burke may be responsible for a seventh bombing that took place in Kansas just this past February.
A Clifton man was arrested Thursday night and on kidnapping and domestic abuse charges.
Timber Creek Homes, a custom modular home manufacturer, will become the first tenant of Fruita's Greenway Business Park. The company will employ 75 to 100 people.
The vehicle registered to a man involved in a nine- hour standoff over the weekend is used in a high-speed police chase Wednesday, .but there's still no word who was driving.
This week's Grand Valley Power Student of the Week is an exceptional mathematician who plans to be an engineer.
Thousands of residents in Mesa, Montrose and Delta Counties have cast or mailed in their ballots, as several cities and towns hold municipal elections.
Colorado has lost more than a million acres of agricultural lands since 1997, that according to a new report published today by Environment Colorado Research and Policy Center.
After a year's review Mesa County Commissioners permanently approved a compost facility at the Mesa County landfill using animal carcasses and treatment plant waste as basic material.
A bill that would require the oil and gas industry to pay landowners for damage done to their property moves ahead at the state capitol Tuesday.