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CPW says report mountain lion activity

Reports have come in about mountain lions going after goats in Grand Junction.

A group of kids and their parents met at Rocky Mountain Gun Club to learn how to react in situations involving weapons, and to learn about gun safety.

Police are currently investigating a situation at Palisade High School.

Arts, crafts and hand-made gifts are all for sale this weekend at the Grand Junction Art Center.

Local families get a little bigger on National Adoption Day

Current Colorado Fires Map

The Latest: Trump arrives in California to tour fire areas

KKCO-- Kids Learn to Shoot and Stay Safe With Guns

Palisade defeats Mead 27-21

KKCO-- Art Center Craft Fair

Chamber working to utilize train facility

Investigation determines homicide-suicide in Hotchkiss

Eli Young Band delivers a big check to Lincoln Elementary

Turkey dinners for families in need

GJ airport expecting busy travel week ahead of Thanksgiving

Orchard Avenue students share ideas for garden's future

Fire department: Practice safe cooking over the holidays

Sentencing of former deputy delayed after “inconsistent” psycho-sexual evaluation

Wildlife officials seize mountain lion kitten fed bratwurst

Colorado adopts California emissions standards

Fruitvale Elementary School Thanksgiving lunch

Chamber says fast internet is good for business

BLACK FRIDAY: Don't be a victim

Grand Junction working to get underserved communities outside

High school students taught CPR and tourniquet use

Sources of Strength: Students address suicide problem

September Hotchkiss deaths determined to be homicide-suicide

Lunch lady provides healthy meals to kids

First flu hospitalization in Mesa County

Grand Valley Transit bus drivers protest wages

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