Pet of the Week

KKCO 11 News Anchor Jay Greene introduces us to a Hurricane Harvey rescue dog named Ellis, our Pet of the Week.

KKCO - Wine Tasting Event Gives Back to the Community

It was wine-tasting galore at CMU today - and it was all for a good cause.

KKCO-HS Baseball: Palisade uses late inning rally to sweep Glenwood Springs

Palisade baseball was locked in a tight game one with Glenwood Springs on Saturday afternoon in a key 4A Western Slope League battle, but scored 8 runs in the 6th inning to pick up the 9-1 game one win over the Demons.

KKCO-CMU Baseball: CMU sweeps double header over Adams State

CMU baseball's offense struggled early on Saturday afternoon against the Adams State Grizzlies , but eventually woke up in the later innings to help the Mavs earn the double header sweep.

KKCO-CMU Softball: Mavericks split double header with CCU

Coming off of their first loss on the year last weekend, CMU softball had to battle on Saturday afternoon against Colorado Christian.

KKCO - City celebrates Earth Day with 17th annual Southwest Arbor Fest

The City of Grand Junction was celebrating their parks and trees Saturday, with the 17th annual Southwest Arbor Fest.

KKCO - D51 hosts Coffee With the Board event

The District 51 Board of Education hosted Coffee With the Board, an event designed to address school district questions and concerns.

 

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