It was a perfect day for some family fun at the drag strip on 32 Road near Highway 50 on Sunday.
Sunday ended the week-long PRIDE celebration here in Grand Junction. The afternoon kicked off with the 7th annual PRIDE Parade.
As of Sunday afternoon, we’ve got a few calls to our newsroom about an unidentified object above Grand Junction.
This weekend the Civil Air Patrol base hosted a multi-state training exercise here in Grand Junction.
“I thought my life was over,” Jessy Pacheco said. “But I’m home.”
The nation’s largest coke plant – a fuel used to make steel – in Clairton, Pennsylvania recently had pollution controls knocked out by a fire for the second time in six months. Residents tell NBC’s Anne Thompson that they’re concerned about the health impact of the emissions.
An out-of-control hot air balloon crashed into the Bicentennial Celebration in Hannibal, Missouri – forcing a crowd to dive for cover and nearly throwing the pilot from the basket. Event organizers suspect that high wind was to blame.
A Hall of Fame trainer was banned from California’s Santa Anita racetrack after the 30th race horse at the famed track died since the season began in December.
29-year-old Jessy Pacheco was celebrating with a friend in Guadalajara when officials say they were attacked and his friend killed. Pacheco, who was missing for days, and his family spoke to reporters in Arkansas, saying they “honestly don’t know what happened.”