KKCO - Weather Forecast 11/14/2017

Meteorologist Brad Miller has your Tuesday 11/14/2017 weather forecast.

KKCO-First Hurricane Harvey Dog Gets Adopted

ROICE HURST BROUGHT IN 17 DOGS FROM THE HOUSTON AREA THAT WERE AFFECTED BY HURRICANE HARVEY. THEIR GOAL WAS TO FIND THE DOGS FOREVER HOMES HERE IN THE GRAND VALLEY.

KKCO- Meal Prep For Thanksgiving

TONIGHT HUNDREDS OF VOLUNTEERS PREPPED MEALS TO HELP PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY.

KKCO-Overflow Shelter For Homeless

AS THE WEATHER GETS COLDER OUTSIDE, IT CAUSES A HIGHER DEMAND INSIDE- FOR OUR HOMELESS shelters.

KKCO-Free Flu Shots For Homeless

if you're homeless you probably don't have health insurance or the money to pay out of pocket for care when you get the flu.

KKCO-CMU Women's Basketball: Mavs remain mentally focused

CMU men's basketball isn't the only ones playing at the Holiday Inn-Airport Thanksgiving Classic this weekend.

KKCO-QB Paxton Lynch to start for Denver

A person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that former first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch will start at quarterback for the Broncos on Sunday at Oakland.

 

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