U.S. Sen. Mark Udall is asking for the public's help in crafting legislation to create a national monument that would include 22,000 acres on both sides of the Arkansas River between Salida and Buena Vista in south-central Colorado.
Police are investigating after a robber makes off with an undisclosed amount of cash Saturday afternoon.
The women only "Cast, Blast and Twang" event helped participants learn fishing and hunting skills.
One lucky person will win $600 million if their numbers match the winning Powerball combination.
The HITS Triathlon Series attracted hundreds of athletes in Grand Junction.
A local baker took her cupcake craze all the way to Hollywood.
Many gathered out front of the Mesa County Court House today in anticipation of a case that's stirred up a lot of controversy in the last month.
A local man says his stylist saved his life by pointing out an unusual spot on his head.
Ashley Moore has dealt with a lot of trials and tribulations in her life, but overcame it all and graduated high school.
KKCO 11 News takes a look at why the Grand Junction Fire Department wants to incorporate a new fire station.
Delta County Memorial Hospital workers had to use a crane to install the $1.2 million MRI into the remodeled radiology department this week.
General Surgeons of Western Colorado broke ground Thursday afternoon for their new 10,000 square-foot facility.
April's jobless rate dropped to 8.2 percent from 8.8 percent in March. This time last year, the rate was almost a full percentage point higher.
The 2013 Mike the Headless Chicken Festival runs Friday, May 17 to Saturday, May 18.
A deputy has shot and wounded a man inside a home while serving a search warrant Friday in the southwest part of Adams County.
Western Colorado is being introduced to a new fish in the water.
Most of Colorado's sheriffs say they are suing to block two gun-control laws scheduled to take effect this summer.
Nucla is requiring residents to own firearms, but only if they want to participate.
The Coalition for a Conservative Majority and the Citizen Awareness Project say they were forced to wait for permission to operate under the tax code.
The crash occurred in DeBeque Canyon around I-70 milemarker 57 just before 9:30 p.m.
According to the Colorado Springs Gazette, the boy was living with live and dead rodents.
If you are looking fore a good deal on some reading material, a non-profit organization called Friends of Mesa County Libraries is hosting a bi-annual sale.
As of July first home brewing will be legal in all 50 states. It's a growing trend that's been gaining ground over the last 30 years, but recently the number of home brewers has jumped tens of thousands.