KKCO- Two People Injured In Rollover Crash

GRAND JUNCTION POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A ROLLOVER CRASH THAT SEND TWO PEOPLE TO THE HOSPITAL. THIS WAS THE SCENE AROUND 5 THIS MORNING ON I-70 WESTBOUND NEAR 26 1/2 ROAD. CREWS ON SCENE TELL US THE SUV LOST CONTROL AND ROLLED. INJURIES ARE NOT BELIEVED TO BE SERIOUS. WESTBOUND LANES WERE CLOSED FOR ABOUT AN HOUR.

KKCO - Weather Forecast 08/23/2017

Meteorologist Brad Miller has your Wednesday 08/23/2017 weather forecast.

Musical Mystery: Backyard Piano?

Sacramento woman wakes up to find partially demolished piano in her backyard.

KKCO-GJ Rockies: Golden hits walk-off, Rox win series

Going into tonight's game the Grand Junction Rockies had a franchise record 74 home runs on the season.

KKCO- Superintendent Moves Onto Next Part 90 Plan

THE NEW SUPERINTENDENT OF DISTRICT 51 IS NOW AT DAY 34 ON THE JOB -- AND COMPLETING THE FIRST PART OF HIS 90 DAY PLAN.

KKCO- Dog In Quarantine With Rabies Scare

A CLIFTON WOMAN IS SCARED THAT HER DOG MIGHT HAVE RABIES. THE DOG IS IN QUARANTINE RIGHT NOW AFTER HER OWNER FOUND IT WITH A BAT IN IT'S MOUTH -- AND THAT BAT TESTED POSITIVE FOR RABIES.

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