Two day trash pick-up will soon be over for the city of Montrose.
The Colorado State patrol is asking for the public's help in finding a hit and run driver.
The Republican campaign for Governor is becoming the most expensive race since they started limiting campaign funding.
The Denver Broncos are going to the AFC Championship after beating defending Super Bowl Champs The New England Patriots 27-13.
2005 was a banner year for oil and gas drilling activity in Colorado. The number of drilling permits approved by the Colorado oil and gas conservation commission set a new record and surpassed the number of permits issued in 2004 by 50 percent.
The Bureau of Land Management will soon narrow the field of applicants looking for experimental oil shale development land in Colorado and Utah.
With controversy surrounding lobbyist actions in Washington. Colorado lawmakers recently submitted a detailed account of gifts they received during 2005.
Colorado lawmakers say they'll have to take money away from police, firefighters or other first responders, of the state is forced to return more than one million dollars worth of grants.
Grand Junction business Mesa Wireline is missing a pipe carrying explosives and are offering an award for any information leading to the return of the pipe.
The first Saturn dealership is up and running for car buyers in western Colorado.
The 63rd annual Western Colorado Horticultural Society convention gets underway in Grand Junction.
The 24 Road Steering Committee holds an open house to allow the public to review and provide comments on alternatives to the proposed changes.
Western Colorado Community College now offering courses in Fruita.