KKCO-Longest Snake on Earth

KKCO-Longest Snake on Earth

KKCO-HS Football: Wildcats hang on to beat Central

Fruita Monument came into Thursday nights matchup as the No. 5 ranked team in class 4A , but Central gave them all they could handle. The Wildcats eventually came out on top, 21-20.

KKCO- It's Time For Fall

IT'S THE LAST DAY OF SUMMER, AND THIS MORNING DEFINITELY FELT LIKE IT BUT ONCE WE GOT INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS, WE WERE GETTING A TASTE OF FALL.

KKCO- Shooting In Grand Junction

back to that breaking news we told you about at the top of the show, details are still coming in to our newsroom tonight, but WE CAN CONFIRM ONE PERSON IS INJURED after a shooting in grand junction tonight.

KKCO- Farmers' Market Now At CMU

THE DOWNTOWN FARMER'S MARKET WRAPPED UP THIS YEAR IN A BRAND NEW LOCATION.

KKCO- Tour Of Orchard Mesa Middle School

THE SCHOOL DISTRICT WANTS YOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF JUST WHAT CONDITION ORCHARD MESA MIDDLE SCHOOL IS IN.

KKCO- Kids Design Their Own Playground

A 20 YEAR OLD PLAYGROUND AT ORCHARD AVENUE ELEMENTARY IS GETTING OVERHAULED.

 

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