KKCO - Lightning Safety Awareness Week

LIGHTNING KILLED TWO PEOPLE IN COLORADO IN 2016 -- AND THERE WERE ANOTHER SEVEN PEOPLE INJURED BY LIGHTNING STRIKES.

KKCO - Weather Forecast 10/19/2017

Meteorologist Brad Miller has your Thursday 10/19/2017 weather forecast.

Election Preview: Funding for District 51

We look at two of the biggest questions on the ballot, that will help fund District 51 schools.

KKCO-Renegades remain unbeaten in WCYFL championship games

The Renegades topped Venom in the Western Colorado Youth Football League juniors division championship, 33-0.

KKCO - Flu Season in Full Swing

Mesa County Public Health gave shots to more than a 150 people Wednesday. This year's flu has already put two Mesa County residents in the hospital, which according to Mesa County Public Health is earlier than usual.

KKCO - New pot shop opening in De BeQue

De Beque will be home to two more recreational pot shops, maxing out their shop capacity at four. The CEO for recreational shop, Tumbleweed, says he has big plans for the small town.

KKCO - 94 year old man dies after being hit by bus

The Mesa County Coroner has identified the man who was hit and killed by a bus Wednesday morning on Hwy 6 between Clifton and Palisade.

 

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