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As a winter storm rolls through the Valley, Dan’s Towing is getting ready.

The District 51 Foundation says they have a record number of sponsors for their White Iced Celebration, one of the Foundation's biggest fundraising events, this year.

After a serious car accident, a Grand Junction woman is looking for the man who came to her rescue. Last Friday, Debbie Pahler drove into some black ice.

The Department of Human Services started a federal program to give foster kids a ride to their same home school. Mesa County is one of the early adopters of the program.

Grand Valley feels pain of lingering shutdown; businesses try to help

Zoup offers free lunch to government workers

Colorado's Gov. Polis proposes full-day kindergarten funding




VA Western Colorado Healthcare System trying to reduce veteran suicides

Allegiant adds new nonstop flight from GJ to Phoenix

Mesa County Burn Restrictions Lifted, Air Quality Improves

City, county looking at new interchange at 29 Road and I-70

Dealing with suicide: a Montrose man's story

SNAP deadline bumped up due to government shutdown

Yale researchers working on a new drug to help Alzheimer's

GJCCC advocates for new community center

Mesa County jail might expand, at a $20 million price tag

Mesa County dispatch busy: GJPD turns to tax increase

IRS recalling 46,000 workers to handle taxes

Pres. Trump's attorney general nominee: 'I will not be bullied'

Filing: OxyContin maker forecast 'blizzard of prescriptions'

Mueller not ready for Pres. Trump aide's sentencing, filing says

VINCO kicks off at Two Rivers Convention Center

Super Bowl planners: Shutdown brings 'uncharted territory'

South Korea defense report doesn't refer to North as enemy

Russia, US say no progress in nuclear arms pact dispute

Taliban threaten to end talks with US on ending Afghan war

Judge bars citizenship question from 2020 Census

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