KKCO - Salvation Army delivers school supplies to families in need

Wed Mar 25 21:41:59 PDT 2020

KKCO - Salvation Army delivers school supplies to families in need

193 families signed up, servicing about 500 kids in Mesa County.

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.

 

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