KKCO-Local Sports: Grand Junction hosts WSL Swim Finals

With near triple digit temperatures outside hundreds of western slope kids jumped in the water this weekend at the WSL swim meet here in Grand Junction.

KKCO-Protecting Yourself Durring The Holidays

THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS WELL KNOWN FOR BEING THE TIME OF GIVING. BUT WITH ALL THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT -- YOU COULD BE LEAVING YOURSELF OPEN TO BEING A TARGET FOR A CRIMINAL.

KKCO-HS Volleyball: Synder named 2nd team All-State

Fruita Monument volleyball's season didn't end the way they wanted but the acknowledges continue to come in.

KKCO-CMU Track & Field: Ellis named to RMAC preseason team

The preseason All-RMAC team for the 2017-2018 Indoor Track & Field was released on Tuesday. Colorado Mesa had one athlete selected and that was redshirt junior Nolan Ellis in the pole vault.

KKCO-CMU Men's Basketball: Mavs seek similar outcome

CMU men's basketball picked up two wins at the Dixie St. Tournament.

KKCO - How to Make Chocolate Fondue

Lee Mathis from Decadence Gourmet joins us in the KKCO 11 News kitchen to show us a quick but delicious dessert.

KKCO-Lady Mavs help prep T-day dinner

A local basketball team is working on some handling skills...with turkeys!

 

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