Christy joined the KKCO 11 News team in May, 2004.
Before arriving in Grand Junction, Christy worked in both radio and television during her time in college. She earned a bachelors degree in Telecommunications and Film from the University of Alabama. ROLL TIDE!!!! During her time in school she worked as a reporter for WVUA 7 News in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Christy is originally from Peachtree City, Georgia, where her family still resides. In her spare time, Christy loves talking to her sisters on the phone, shopping, traveling and watching NASCAR. Christy has never lived in the West and is very excited to be a part of the Grand Valley community.
San Francisco's mayor said the city is working on solutions, "not throwing off ridiculous assertions as we board an airplane to leave the state."
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.