KKCO - Powderhorn Sees Busy Start To MLK Holiday Weekend

Fri Jan 17 17:50:36 PST 2020

KKCO - Powderhorn Sees Busy Start To MLK Holiday Weekend

Powderhorn Sees Busy Start To MLK Holiday Weekend

KKCO - Senator Gardner and candidate Hickenlooper weigh-in on stimulus bill

We talked to both men about what this stimulus package will mean for the state's economy and how Coloradans should move forward in the era of COVID-19.

KKCO - GJ doctor answers COVID-19 questions on Facebook page

A local doctor is answering your most frequently asked questions about the virus and she's doing it through her Facebook page.

Brad Miller's No Wait Weather - 3/27/20

Brad Miller's No Wait Weather - 3/27/20

KKCO- Brad Miller's No Wait Weather 3/27/20

Brad Miller's No Wait Weather 3/27/20

KKCO - Salvation Army holding food drive at Mesa Mall

The Salvation Army will be set up at the mall outside the Target parking lot from 10:00-4:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

KKCO - Hazardous waste and organic compounding facilities closed

The Mesa County Landfill has closed the facilities due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

NBC News Headlines

'This virus is no joke': Kentucky officials don't wait for surge of coronavirus cases to tighten restrictions

Determined to slow the wave of cases seen in other states, Louisville’s mayor closed all playgrounds after he worried that some residents weren’t taking social distancing seriously.

Civil rights icon Rev. Joseph E. Lowery dies at 98

Lowery co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with the Rev. Martin Luther King.

'Like sitting ducks': Amid coronavirus, families, attorneys sound alarm over ICE detainees

“If he ends up catching something— I don’t know if he’ll survive,” said Rosalia Machado-Orellana, whose husband is in a detention facility.

Some U.S. Governors have stepped-up during coronavirus, others not so much

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has 'channeled the nation's yearning' for leadership, one expert told NBC News.

Nipsey Hussle's killing inspired rival gangs to march in peace. A year later, did it last?

As Los Angeles mourned the rapper's death, gang intervention experts seized the opportunity to use his reputation as a peacemaker to build bridges between warring factions.