School is out and Memorial weekend is the unofficial start to summer vacation. This week is pool safety awareness week and officials at the Mesa County Health Department want to remind parents of ways to keep kids safe and health this year.
A neighborhood in Grand Junction ranks second in the number of gun deaths from 2000-2011.
School is out for the summer. Know More how teachers are sending their students off, and what lessons they hope they’ll hang onto into the summer months.
KKCO 11 news explores the Mesa County Sheriff Office’s drone program, privacy concerns and how these unmanned aircrafts are saving taxpayers money in a special report, 'Watching from Above.”
Gov. John Hickenlooper is expected to decide soon whether Nathan Dunlap will be executed for the ambush slayings of four people in 1993.
The Denver and Aurora Police Departments and the FBI's Rocky Mountain Safe Streets are searching for a group they've dubbed "The Trick or Treat Bandits."
The office announced Wednesday that it has positively identified 23 of the 24 victims and that 10 of those killed are children.
In a Mesa County courtroom, a judge ordered Janusz to serve eight years to life in prison.
The FBI says a man being questioned by authorities in the Boston bombing probe was fatally shot when he initiated a violent confrontation.
Longmont police say a 28-year-old man is in critical condition after being shot three times by a police officer after the man opened fire with a rifle.
Police arrested 48-year-old David Arthur Barns on nine charges.
The interstate is closed in both directions near the Hanging Lake exit due to the fatal accident.
Highway 50 between Montrose and Gunnison is still closed after an overnight semi-truck accident.
Tuesday the United Way unveiled which programs would be receiving over $1 million dollars worth of funding.
Marijuana will no longer be legal to sell in any form inside of the Montrose city limits.
32 Road was more like a river this afternoon after a main water line broke. The road buckled and traffic was re-routed for a couple of hours.
The American Red Cross is encouraging local residents to be prepared for severe weather, like the devastating Oklahoma tornado.
First responders are honored for their hard work during the Emergency Medical Services week.
Dual Immersion Academy linked students up with mentors to help them write poetry, which they recited in Riverside Park.
Becoming a pet parent in Mesa County will soon be a whole lot safer for the animal and the potential owner.
According to planning documents, the new family fun center will have bowling and roller skating.
The lawyer for the family of a missing Utah woman says there's an ongoing federal investigation into Susan Powell's disappearance.
Big changes could be coming to public schools in Colorado, assuming Colorado voters want to raise the income tax to pay for them.
A police situation in Orchard Mesa prompts officials to lock down three area schools.
This year there are new regulations for camping for the Ruby - Horsethief stretch of the Colorado River.
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