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Anchor Jean Reynolds has been with KKCO since the inception of its news programming 12 years ago.
She's a graduate of the University of Denver, and prior to coming to KKCO, was a morning newscaster and radio personality on Denver's KUVO jazz station, where she has gone from having to get up very early in the morning in Denver to having to stay up late at night here in Grand Junction.
She's proud of the progress that's been made at KKCO from a start up station to its present position as the leader in news programming in Western Colorado. In the early days of the station, it gained attention from NBC as the fastest growing affiliate in the NBC family. Jean lives in Grand Junction with her husband Rick Wagner, an attorney and former Sheriff's Captain.
She has a keen interest in the growth of the community and the direction it's taking. She and Rick have owned a radio station in Delta, and for the past 10 years have been involved in the residential construction and development business.
The U.S. Navy doesn't know exactly what the "unidentified aerial phenomena" seen in the videos are.
The complaint the administration is withholding from Congress was filed by an intelligence officer after a phone call the president had, according to a former official.
One Trump supporter said Trump's wall is "good for his campaign, but it's good for America."
Some 130,000 people are homeless in California, by far the largest population in any state, according to the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness. Lester Holt reports from the streets of Los Angeles -- a city where the homeless population jumped 16 percent in just a year -- to give a firsthand look at the growing crisis.
California has long led the way in reducing auto emissions in the United States. Now President Trump is moving to revoke the state’s ability to set its own standard, something he says would make cars cheaper and safer. California officials are vowing to fight back.