It has been 30 straight days of the government shutdown. President Trump addressed the nation yesterday, introducing what he calls a "common sense compromise."
It sounds scarier than it really is, but the Super Blood Wolf Moon will be high in the sky Sunday night.
A Grand Junction shop is helping raise money for a playground over at Nisley Elementary School.
A Native American organizer of a march in Washington, D.C., says he felt compelled to get between a group of black religious activists and largely white students with his ceremonial drum to defuse a potentially dangerous situation.
Rafael Devers hit .240/.298/.433 with 21 home runs, 66 RBI, and 59 runs scored in 490 plate appearances last season.
"One of my favorite quotes from Dr. King was 'Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy," the vice president said.
Four members of the group No More Deaths face a maximum sentence of six months in prison and a possible $500 fine.
The young man, Nick Sandmann, said he respected all races and was trying to defuse the incident at Friday's Indigenous Peoples March.
Leaders of the school’s black student group said in an open letter to the administration that the video was not an isolated incident.