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Local man finds glass in hamburger meat from Walmart

A local man lost his appetite after finding an unsettling discovery in his hamburger meat.

Mesa County Republicans gathered for their monthly meeting today but had special guest Mesa County Sheriff Matt Lewis to answer some burning questions about Red Flag Laws that took effect at the beginning of the year.

The Mesa County Workforce Center hosted a hiring event for the 2020 census today.

The M-L-K Holiday weekend, mixed with a winter storm brought hundreds of people out to Powderhorn today.

Local couple undergoes unexpected heart transplant

Radon testing

Arizona man faces drug charges after stop on I-70

KKCO - Powderhorn Sees Busy Start To MLK Holiday Weekend

KKCO - 2020 Census Hiring Event

KKCO - Local Man Finds Glass In Hamburger Meat From Walmart

DUI enforcement period begins for Martin Luther King Jr. weekend

New Connect Initiative Recreation Trail and Underpasses Open To The Public

Red Flag Law Colorado

Sexual Abuse Panel

Neighborhood read focuses on MLK

Rollback proposed for Michelle Obama school lunch guidelines

California teachers sue after jetliner dumps fuel on schools

MCSO recognizes heroic efforts

Major drug enforcement action in Montrose, 13 people indicted

Western Slope School District considers banning cell phones

Montrose makes plans for Russell Stover workers

CDOT preps for busy holiday travel

US to screen airline passengers from central China for new illness

Boeing is working on a new software issue on the 737 Max

Grand Junction group donates thousands to the District 51 Foundation

Accident off of 32 1/2 Road and E 1/2 Road

Pickup truck collides into fences, mail truck and fire hydrant

Grand Valley Power Opens 2020 Scholarship Application Period

Plane slides off taxiway in icy weather as storm hits US

Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial

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New DNA technology could help find killer in unsolved 1991 Sacramento triple homicide

Michael Jacobs, his wife, Marcy, and their daughter, Jenny, were found dead in their Sacramento, California home. There are no suspects or motive. The Sacramento Police Department is investigating with new DNA testing.

Winter storms bringing bone-chilling temperatures to Midwest and Northeast

Temperatures are forecast to be in the mid-20s at the kickoff of the AFC title game in Kansas City on Sunday, with the mercury dropping to the teens by the fourth quarter.

North Dakota brewery using beer cans to help dogs find forever homes

Fargo Brewing Company is using its beer cans for a good cause: to find forever homes for local shelter dogs. Its latest run of beer cans features adorable canines and some fun facts, like which pups love long walks or meeting new friends.

Mortgage refinancing applications surge thanks to low interest rates

The 30-year fixed interest rate is down almost one percentage point compared to a year ago, which can result in some big savings. NBC’s Jo Ling Kent crunches the numbers and has expert advice on what to consider before refinancing.

Evelyn Yang, wife of 2020 candidate Andrew Yang, says she was sexually assaulted

Evelyn Yang said she was sexually assaulted by her gynecologist when she was seven months pregnant with her first child. Now Yang and 31 other former patients are suing Dr. Robert Hadden and the hospital system for failing to protect them.