KKCO-Crevier entertains and inspires

Tanya Crevier made her third trip to the grand valley.

KKCO - Festival of Trees

THE MESA MALL IS LOOKING VERY FESTIVE THIS TIME OF YEAR -- WITH THE FESTIVAL OF TREES TAKING UP SPACE IN THE CLOCK COURT.

KKCO - University of Colorado plans $15,000 online degree programs

University of Colorado officials are backing the creation of online programs that could let students earn college degrees for $15,000.

KKCO - Express Allstars remember fallen teammate with routine

Kiera Quintana, 17, was fatally shot this summer. Now her teammates on the Express Allstars dance team want to shed light on tragic accidents like hers.

KKCO - Survivor day helps those healing from loss in suicide

Saturday was "survivor day" for those who have survived suicide or had a loved one die by suicide. It was held internationally, but here in Grand Junction, people gathered at St. Mary's to learn how to cope with their loss and "move toward the light," a theme for this year.

KKCO - Man dies after crashing into wall, police believe medical event is cause

A man is dead Saturday, Grand Junction police say he was driving on 25 Road when they believe there was a medical event that caused him to crash into a wall.

KKCO- Downtown Grand Junction Tree Lighting

DOWNTOWN GRAND JUNCTION IS REALLY LOOKING FESTIVE TONIGHT -- AFTER THE ANNUAL LIGHTING OF THE TREE.

 

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