Updated: 8:36 PM Gunslingers and blacksmiths were on hand at the Museum of the West's 7th Annual Re–Enactors Day. Elementary aged students were invited to attend the history day event, which highlights the museum's and Colorado's history.
Updated: 10:16 PM The Western Colorado Peace Officer's Association honored some members of the law enforcement community Thursday night. The Peace Officer's Association is a non–profit group that provides training to law enforcement agencies who do not have the budget to provide its own training.
Updated: 9:05 PM Local agencies estimate that on any given day there are at least 300 homeless teens on the western slope. Some of these homeless teens were at one time runaways, and some are what reach advocates call throw–aways.
Posted: 8:22 PM The first fire bans of the season are in effect in Colorado, as officials in Douglas County prohibit open fires. That's just one indicator that the summer fire season in the state may be a busy one.
Updated: 8:09 PM Colorado Division of Wildlife Officials are sticking to their story.
They say based on evidence at the scene, they tracked and killed the right mountain lion responsible for attacking a 7-year-old boy earlier this month near Boulder.
Updated: 8:41 AM More than 100 people, mainly in Europe, have died from the Avian or bird flu and on Tuesday the Mesa County Health Department recalled the last major pandemic and urged local preparation for the next one.
Updated: 9:06 PM A presentation Tuesday night by the Mesa County Health Department will talk about the world's worst flu pandemic, and discuss the possibility of an equally–deadly outbreak of bird flu here in the United States.
Updated: 9:00 PM Students, get ready to show your creative side for a good cause. Mesa Mall is sponsoring a Teacher Appreciation Student Poetry Contest.
National Teacher Appreciation Week is May 7th though May 13th.