KKCO-CMU Men's Soccer: Mavs bounce back in style

CMU men's soccer's Moshe Perez scored in the firs minute of the game and it set the tone for the rest of the match. It was his seventh of the season.

KKCO- History Kept Alive Through Stories Of Locals

IT'S HARD TO EVEN ESTIMATE HOW MANY STORIES MAKE UP MESA COUNTY. BUT WE DO KNOW THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF THEM RECORDED ON DUSTY TAPES AT THE MUSEUMS OF WESTERN COLORADO.

KKCO-St. Mary's Doctors Implant World's Smallest Pacemaker

THE DOCTORS AT ST. MARY'S INSERT ABOUT 300 PACEMAKERS A YEAR, BUT THIS SUMMER THEY IMPLANTED THE WORLD'S SMALLEST PACEMAKER INTO A LOCAL WOMAN'S HEART.

KKCO- Bears Are Still Hanging Around Town

AN UNEXPECTED AND UNWELCOME VISITOR IN ATTENDANCE near RIM ROCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN FRUITA TODAY.

KKCO- Leaf It At The Curb & They'll Rake It Up

OCTOBER IS GENERALLY THE HEIGHT OF THE FALL COLORS SEASON AND NOW WE NEED TO DEAL WITH ALL THE LEAVES PILLING OUR YARDS.

KKCO-Hunting Season Brings Break Ins

IT'S BEEN AN ONGOING PROBLEM IN GARFIELD COUNTY, VEHICLE BREAK INS... AND THE GARFIELD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE SAYS IT'S GETTING WORSE. SO WE CHECKED IN WITH OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO SEE IF IT'S A PROBLEM HERE,

KKCO- Record Voters Expected In Off Year

mesa county clerk and recorder is expecting to set a new record in voter participation this election.

 

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Nevadans Can Retroactively Become High School Graduates

Nevada no longer requires high school seniors to pass exit tests to graduate, so it's letting 35 years of students who failed the tests re-apply for diplomas.

Grieving Dad: Find 'Psycho' Behind Shootings in Tampa

Tampa police have linked three fatal shootings in the Seminole Heights neighborhood this month.

Top General Says Families Deserve Answers on Niger, but Has Few

The top U.S. general says the American people, including the families of the fallen soldiers in Niger, deserve answers about this month's deadly ambush. Gen. Joseph Dunford, the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, says the four U.S. special operations forces died Oct. 4 amid a "complex situation" and "difficult firefight." Dunford says American forces have been in Niger intermittently for more than two decades.

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