KKCO Country Jam interview: Mo Pitney

KKCO Country Jam interview: Mo Pitney

KKCO-GJ Rockies: Bullpen fails Rockies again

The Grand Junction Rockies' bullpen failed them once again as they drop the series opener to the Ogden Raptors, 12-11.

KKCO-CMU Swimming & Diving: Mavericks add 15 signees

Colorado Mesa University head swimming and diving coach Geoff Hanson announced that 15 student-athletes have committed to join the program for the 2017-18 season. The 15 recent signees raises the incoming class to 35 after 20 committed earlier in the year.

KKCO-Fireworkds Not Allowed in Fire Restriction

KKCO-Fireworkds Not Allowed in Fire Restriction

KKCO-Man Says Pesticide Mist Sent Him to Hospital

KKCO-Man Says Pesticide Mist Sent Him to Hospital

KKCO-CMU Baeball: 17Strong launches website

Former CMU baseball player Ryan Texeira passed away last season after a six-month battle with Leukemia.

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Weather Forecaster Karaline Ann has your Friday 06/23/2017 and weekend weather forecast.


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