KKCO-Columbine Survivor Shares His Story

IN 1999, the columbine high school shooting shook the nation. now a columbine survivor is sharing his story of addiction to keep other student from going down the same path.

KKCO-Club 20 holds winter policy summit

CLUB 20 members are talking about the current issues impacting Western Colorado, as they hold their winter policy committee meetings.

KKCO- Local students research wolves

Third- and fourth-grade students at Orchard Avenue Elementary School have been working the last few weeks to figure out a better way for wolves to come to Colorado.

KKCO- Group boycotts local bar

Grand Junction's Black Lives Matter's group says a local bar is 'a breeding ground for racism.' after an encounter this past weekend.

KKCO - Weather Forecast 02/23/2018

Meteorologist Brad Miller has your Friday 02/23/2018 and weekend weather forecast.

KKCO-HS Wrestling: CHSAA announces pilot seasons for girls wrestling

CHSAA Board of Directors approved two pilot seasons for girls wrestling beginning in 2018-2019.

KKCO-HS Girls Basketball: Wildcats respond to critics

Fruita Monument girls basketball earned the No. 1 seed in the CHSAA Class 5A State Basketball Tournament.

 

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