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New safety measures for District 51 schools

With school just a few weeks away, Mesa County School District 51 wants to make sure that safety is a top priority.

Mesa County Deputies say nearly 30 guns have been stolen from cars this year.

Ute Water says they will start the final phase of the Capital Waterline replacement project on Wednesday.

A dog daycare owner was in court after a viral video appears to show her hitting a dog with an object.

Work crews begin restoring parts of the Colorado National Monument

Cedar Creek Cemetery study completed

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Old Fruita Bridge needs repairs after fire

One Source center holds virtual town hall for veterans

Caprock back to school

One source building hosts Resource Tour

WATCH: Tornado rips roof off Mass. hotel with guests still inside

2nd annual Tech-Expo at R-5 High School

Pregnant Ga. woman fatally shot while shielding 3-year-old son

New system aims to fill gaps in individual health needs

Justice Department launches antitrust probe of Big Tech

ICE releases US citizen, 18, wrongfully detained near border

UPS driver in Virginia says trucks without A/C create dangerous conditions

Trump sues House panel, NY to protect state tax returns

Immigration roundup that targeted 2,100 nets 35 arrests

CEO: Pa. school board president rejects offer to pay students’ late lunch bills

Senate approves bill to extend 9/11 victims fund

Senators unveil compromise to reduce drug costs for seniors

Mueller takes the TV stage; Democrats hope America tunes in

New US facility to hold immigrant children already closing

Esper is sworn in as defense secretary to succeed Mattis

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Idaho nuclear research site shuts down some operations because of wildfire

The public has not been threatened as the 90,000-acre blaze burns near the Idaho National Laboratory, officials said.

Judge blocks Arkansas' new abortion restrictions from taking effect

The judge issued a 14-day temporary restraining order shortly before midnight on the new laws, which include an 18-week ban.

Neil Armstrong's family was paid $6M by hospital after his death

The family had said that complications from his surgery in 2012 led to his death, according to documents made public Tuesday.

Extremist reported by family after synagogue massacre pleads guilty to gun charge

The FBI said Jeffrey Clark Jr. is a self-described white nationalist who described the Pittsburgh synagogue as a "hero."

Fire crews battling Arizona blaze get boost from rain, humidity

The so-called Museum Fire, just north of Flagstaff, was 10 percent contained Tuesday evening, thanks to showers and weather conditions, officials said.