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Moon Farms prepares to open pumpkin patch for the fall season

With the spooky season quickly approaching, Moon Farms is getting prepared for their annual pumpkin patch festivities.

Thanks to 2017 bond money, construction is meeting its half way point at Fruita Monument High School.

In Montrose, the city is trying to add more housing through a city-run program.

After Rocky Mountain Health Plans took over the contract for crisis services statewide, with that came the closure of the 24 hour walk-in center at Mind Springs.

B-17 Bomber arrives at the Grand Junction Airport

Winter is coming! Do not miss Color Weekend on the Grand Mesa

New crisis walk-in center to open in Montrose

KKCO- Athlete of the Week: Lily Caldwell

KKCO - Fruita Monument Reaches Mid Point Of Construction

KKCO - Moon farms Prepares To Open Pumpkin Patch For The fall Season

"Run, walk and roll" against bullying

Bear sighting in local man’s backyard

Late night shooting leads to four arrests

Decker Fire near Salida continues to grow; zero percent contained

Okla. woman, 18, accused of threatening to shoot 400 people at former high school

Georgia homeowner fatally shoots 3 masked teens allegedly trying to rob him

"Operation KidSafe" comes to Grand Junction

Local non-profit celebrates National Recovery Month

Report of bear sighting near Duck Pond Park

New York prosecutors subpoena Trump's tax returns, AP source says

CMU students and staff help fight hunger in Grand Valley

State officials hosts energy legislation panel

No new measles cases reported; US outbreak is fading

Many US women say 1st sexual experience was forced in teens

Vapes spiked with illegal drugs show dark side of CBD craze

Sgt. Rdean Young of the Delta Police Department passed away on Thursday

Reports: The Cars frontman, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Ric Ocasek dead at 75

Girl in central Texas dies after contracting brain-eating amoeba

Propane explosion in Maine kills one firefighter, injures six other people

Auto strike idles more than 50 GM factories and warehouses

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Wisconsin brothers accused of running giant vaping operation

Officials say Tyler Huffhines, 20, sold thousands of counterfeit cartridges daily for $16 each.

Ric Ocasek, lead singer of The Cars, died from heart disease

Emphysema also contributed to the death of the renowned singer-songwriter.

10-year-old Texas girl dies after contracting brain-eating amoeba, family says

Because of the rarity of the infection and difficulty in initial detection, about 75 percent of the diagnoses are made after the death of the patient, the CDC says.

Firefighter killed in explosion at Maine center for adults with disabilities

All that was left of the building was a hole in the ground.

No trace of missing Massachusetts grandmother 40 days after she vanished

Sandra Crispo was last seen on Wednesday, August 7, 2019. Her daughter arrived at her Hanson, Massachusetts home to find the lights and A/C still on, but Sandra was gone. The Hanson Police Department is investigating.