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Grand Valley Audubon Society hosts "Water 101"

The Grand Valley Audubon Society hosted “Water 101” Monday night at First Presbyterian to explain some of the water issues in Colorado. An expert from the Audubon Rockies stopped by to discuss some hot topics like water rights, climate change and drought.


You may see a funny looking van driving around the streets of Grand Junction in the next week.


In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, hundreds of people from the Grand Valley participated in the annual MLK Jr. Day March.



Powderhorn says Saturday was their single best-attended day of all time.


Mesa County real estate growth moderate; Need for more housing


Flu season isn't over; There's still time to get vaccinated


Tire sales gain traction over winter


KKCO - Weather Forecast 01/22/2019


KKCO- CONSTRUCTION PERMITS UP IN MESA COUNTY; MOST SINCE 2008


KKCO- FLU SEASON ISN'T OVER YET


Man linked to 4 killings suspected of being in US illegally


Teachers union: Los Angeles strike to go into 6th school day


Pres. Trump's shutdown proposal faces uncertain fate in Senate


Supreme Court returns to gun rights for 1st time in 9 years


Kennel Cough is circulating around the Grand Valley



Korea talks in Sweden have ended, few details given


1 person killed in avalanche in western Colorado


Lawyer: Suspected US spy had classified docs on him


Pelosi 'playing chess on 3 boards' with health care


TSA screener sick-outs hit 10 percent over holiday weekend


Kamala Harris jumps into presidential race


Trump visits MLK memorial


Grand Junction reacts to Trump's "Common-Sense Compromise"


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Business raising money for Nisley playground


Native American says he sought to quell tension


The Latest: Authorities name suspect in family killings


Giuliani: 'So what' if Trump and Cohen discussed testimony


Hundreds participate in 2019 Women's March


5th annual "Kidabaloo" at Two Rivers Convention Center


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Paul Whelan's lawyer said his client was detained before he could open the files that allegedly contained state secrets.

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Boston woman vanishes after leaving Irish pub

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Los Angeles teachers strike heads into second week

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