More than a dozen law enforcement officers converge on an apartment complex in Grand Junction after cornering two suspects in a stolen vehicle incident Sunday afternoon.
First ever energy forum and expo to take place in Grand Junction next week as President Bush plans a visit to Colorado to gain support for his alternative energy strategy.
Colorado's resources would be overwhelmed fairly quickly in the event of a catastrophe.
Supporters of a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage have filed their proposed ballot issue with the secretary of state.
Four talented musicians take to the stage at Mesa State College this weekend to compete in the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra's Young Artist Competition.
Republican political candidates hoping to make it on to the August primary ballot give their campaigns a boost during a special luncheon Friday.
A bill working its' way through the Colorado Senate could hurt the development of future whitewater play parks in the state, including one proposed for Palisade.
City engineers have begun the process to install a roundabout at 23 and G Roads in Grand Junction.
A teenager from Mesa County is arrested for bringing a gun to school today. The Opportunity Center is a transition school in for some District 51 students. Sheriff's deputies were given an anonymous tip this morning that a student going to the facility located at 11th and Colorado Avenue brought a gun to class.
Family support group for family members of meth addicts in the works for Mesa County residents.
Current Chief Deputy Coroner is hoping to be Mesa County's next lead medical examiner.
The Mesa County Health Department is offering a free replacement program in trade for mercury-filled thermometers, which have been linked to neurological problems in infants.
Grand Junction City Council pass a resolution Wednesday, pushing an initiative forward to make the Grand Junction Fire Department the city's sole ambulance service provider.
As Mesa County's population grows, employment opportunities in energy, transportation, construction and other fields will be plentiful.