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Go Red for Heart Health

Updated: 02/07/2015 - On Friday people all over the nation wore red in support of heart health and raising awareness for heart disease in women.

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High number of Suicide in Mesa County

Updated: 02/05/2015 - Suicide is not typically a topic the media covers, but we have decided take an inside look at the huge problem facing mesa county. This year alone 5 residents have committed suicide, but why does western Colorado continue to see such a higher prevalence of suicide when compared to the rest of the state, and the country.

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Housing development starting to pick up in Grand Junction

Updated: 02/04/2015 - The housing industry was one of the hardest hit by the recession in 2008, and since then it has been slow to recover. While many parts of the construction industry are starting to see business pickup there are several businesses still feeling the tough times here in Mesa County.

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One woman fears for her safety at busy intersection

Updated: 01/30/2015 - Walking to work or the grocery store is a trend that many cities are encouraging more people to do. But if crossing the intersection puts pedestrians at risk, then community safety becomes a question.

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More funds needed to support research for Alzheimer's Disease

Updated: 01/29/2015 - Memory loss, change in behavior, and confusion are just some of the signs Alzheimer’s disease. Last year 63,000 Colorado residents were living with Alzheimer’s, but there is still so much more that doctor's don't know about the debilitating disease.

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New City Market location stalled by appeal

Updated: 01/22/2015 - City market has hit a setback when it comes to their plans to add a new location in Grand Junction, after an appeal of their conditional use permit was brought to the Grand Junction City Council.

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County Commissioners meet with Charter

Updated: 01/19/2015 - On Monday some residents were given the opportunity to voice their concerns to Charter Communication executives after the uproar of last week’s outages.

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Number of births in Mesa County is down

Updated: 01/16/2015 - In 2013 fewer babies were born, according to the most recent data released the overall birth rate dropped one percent across the country.

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County Commissioners get involved with Charter issues

Updated: 01/15/2015 - On Wednesday issues with Charter Communications exploded after the Mesa County Commissioners got involved writing a letter to the director of senior government relations with Charter.

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Powderhorn still playing catch up after late start to season

Updated: 01/14/2015 - It was a slow start to the season for Powderhorn after a lack of snow caused the resort to open later than usual. Revenue at the mountain resort and the number of visitors to it has been down as a result.

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Wearing a helmet is crucial to staying safe on the mountains

Updated: 01/14/2015 - Every year nearly 10 million Americans head up to the mountains to ski or snowboard and every year there around 600,000 injuries reported with more than 20% of those being head injuries or concussions. Experts say that simply wearing a helmet could keep you protected.

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Low gas prices are boosting the housing market

Updated: 01/10/2015 - Low gas prices are having a positive impact on several industries throughout the country. The money people are keeping in their wallets is providing the housing market with a boost.

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Be aware of Scammers claiming to be debt collectors

Updated: 01/08/2015 - A new scam seems to be making its way across the state, and it has the Colorado Attorney General warning residents to be on the lookout. The scammers this time are claiming to be debt collectors.

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Gyroplanes go through regulations like airplanes

Updated: 01/07/2015 - Gyroplanes while considered experimental aircraft must still go through heavy regulation and inspection before ever being able to get off the ground, and the pilots that fly them must go through training before they can fly one.

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Carbon Monoxide dangers heat up during the winter

Updated: 01/02/2015 - It’s an odorless and colorless gas, and when leaking into your home it could go undetected. Carbon Monoxide can be deadly at high levels. The danger for carbon monoxide rises as more people start to use their heating appliances.

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