KKCO-CMU Women's Volleyball: Lady Mavs sweep Western in three sets

Colorado Mesa Women's Volleyball topped Western St. in straight sets (25-17, 25-15, 25-15) in their home opener.

Postgame-HS Boys Basketball: Fruita tops PVHS, advances to next round

Postgame interviews after Fruita's win over Prairie View

HS Boys Basketball: Fruita tops PVHS, advances to next round

Fruita Monument boys basketball led 8-4 after an ugly first quarter.

KKCO-United Way gets big donation from city

All the cash spent on parking in downtown Grand Junction this holiday season is going to be making a big difference for United Way of Mesa County.

KKCO-Historical plaques in downtown Grand Junction

Grand Junction is connecting its early visionaries and their buildings that dot downtown.

KKCO-BLM headquarters to GJ?

As the Interior Department begins the process of reforming their department, local leaders are joining in on advocating to move the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) headquarters out of Washington and to Grand Junction.

KKCO-Building a business hub in Fruita

Business owners working to create a food hub in Downtown Fruita.

 

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