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More unsafe driving although traffic similar to last Memorial Day weekend

CSP says they have been seeing more unsafe behaviors on the road over the past few months like drinking and driving, driving without a seatbelt, or even just speeding.

Live music ended in Mesa County and the rest of Colorado as the pandemic began about three months ago.

Traditionally, there is a ceremony is held with over a thousand people, at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery, but this year it was pre-recorded and shared on social media.

Randy’s Southside Diner Takes on Memorial Day amid Covid-19

Motorcyclist dead in crash on Highway 91

Polis provides update on Safer at Home Order: "Still a long way from returning to normal"

Breakdown of the COVID-19 virus in Colorado



KKCO - Randys Southside Diner Takes on Memorial Day amid Covid-19

Local family's home destroyed by late night fire

Montrose County gets approved by the state

Coronavirus risks complicate reopenings as WHO warns 1st wave not over

Plateau Valley High School graduates 22 in "drive-in" style graduation

Mesa County’s Phase 2 Reopening Plan is Here

Congress weighs choice: ‘Go big’ on virus aid or hit ‘pause’

Great-grandmother shot, killed trying to stop fight outside DC grocery store

A “Ride to Remember”

Boy Scout, 13, plays ‘Taps’ nightly outside NJ veterans’ home hit by coronavirus

Manhunt ongoing for Conn. college student after killings, home invasion, abduction

Garfield County gets approval for Safer At Home Order

GJ Saddle Up Paddle New Las Colonias Location

Get Air at the Silo Jumps Back Open

Mesa County to enter Phase 2 Memorial Day Weekend

Maintain social distancing during Memorial Day Weekend

JUCO & Grand Junction extend contract

Pandemic brings smaller, subdued Memorial Day observances

UN virus therapy trial pauses hydroxychloroquine testing

Branson’s Virgin Orbit fails on first rocket launch attempt

Biden aims to move left without abandoning centrist roots

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Missouri health officials call for self-quarantine of partiers at Lake of the Ozarks

St. Louis County officials issued a travel advisory, citing crowds at Lake of the Ozarks that "flouted" efforts to halt the spread of coronavirus.

Family of Connecticut man wanted as suspect in 2 killings urges him to surrender

Peter Manfredonia, 23, is being sought in connection with two deaths, one in Willington and one in Derby.

Doorbell video shows Amazon delivery driver praying for baby at risk of coronavirus

The moment was captured when driver Monica Salinas delivered supplies for 8-month-old Lucas Pearson, who has a cardiovascular anomaly that puts him at risk of coronavirus.

Americans pay Memorial Day tribute to U.S. military members who died in service

Across the country, with events canceled or curtailed, virtual and socially distant remembrances helped people honor those who have died.