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.
A chef at a Brooklyn restaurant died after what police say was a random attack.
"I’m from the United States, from Texas. They like to execute people, too. So I really don’t see any difference," he said in an exclusive interview.
Erica Wu has filed a claim at least $90 million against California and L.A. County, alleging numerous agencies failed to warn the public about a series of mysterious shootings in and around the park in the months before her husband, Tristan Beaudette, was shot to death.
The case raises questions about whether there was an intentional or possibly illegal use of the drugs to accelerate deaths.
"We're choosing to struggle because we support the teachers," one parent said, adding that her family wants to send a message that "class sizes should be reduced."