Here's Everything We Know About the Skipper Island Fire
What started as a small fire on Wednesday on Skipper Island quickly grew to 10 acres. The dry conditions coupled with gusty winds caused a small fire to spread very quickly. Here's what we currently know about the fire.
Police Searching for Drive-By Shooting Suspects
The Grand Junction Police Department is trying to identify the suspects who fired multiple shots from a handgun out of the window of an SUV.
Suspect in Minturn General Lee Sno-Cat Theft Arrested in Boulder
The man who allegedly stole a snow-cat parked at a Minturn restaurant and towed it to Grand Junction has been arrested in Boulder.
Skipper Island Fire Photos Show Why I-70 is Shut Down
The Skipper Island fire between Grand Junction and Loma is proving to be challenging for firefighters and has also necessitated the closure of I-70.
Grand Junction Herberger's Store Closing Its Doors
People in Grand Junction will soon have one less store to shop at. Herberger's is going out of business and will close its doors in the next few months.
Montrose Police Searching for Suspects in Spree of Auto Break-Ins
The Montrose Police Department is searching for suspects involved in multiple vehicle break-ins and thefts in various parts of the city.
Colorado Law Would Let School Nurses Give Marijuana to Students
A bill in the Colorado Legislature and passed in the Colorado House last week would allow school nurses to dispense medical marijuana to students.
Steamboat Ends Season With Crashes, Splashes, and More
While not good for skiing, Steamboat found mid-April conditions perfect for zany activities like pond skimming, cardboard box racing, and more.
Cops Searching for Woman Involved in Television-Like Car Chase
Every once in awhile what you see on television cop shows happens in real life. A woman took police on a wild car chase around Grand Junction to escape capture.
Colorado is One of the States Affected by Multi-Million Egg Recal
Colorado is one of the states that have been shipped eggs which are part of a recall due to the risk of salmonella poisoning.
Smoke and Fire That Seems Like a Calamity is Controlled Burn
The smoke you may see north of Gateway is from a fire. Don't worry, it's not a wild one.
Don't Worry, You Have Extra Time to File Your Income Tax
You're down to the wire for filing income tax and wish there was some extra time before tax day. Good news, you don't have to file by April 15 to be on time.
Rare Orangutan Born at Denver Zoo Makes First Public Appearance o
A Sumatran orangutan born in Denver last month is ready to make her public debut on Friday the 13th, turning what should be a bad luck day into a good one.
New Colorado Bill is a Bunch of Accidents Waiting to Happen
Colorado is looking into allowing bicyclists to "run" stop signs and it sounds like a big accident waiting to happen.
Car Thief Escorts Ford From Grand Junction Convenience Store
A car thief, who perhaps likes Ford sedans, stole an Escort parked at a Grand Junction convenience store.
National Pet Day - What Special Thing Are You Doing for Your Pet?
Today (April 11) is National Pet Day in honor of all the different kinds of pets we own and love. In the event you don't have a pet, I have a few suggestions for you.
CDOT Wants to Track Your Vehicle
The Colorado Department of Transportation is asking the state legislature to allow them to electronically gather information from your car while you're driving down the highway.
Share Highway 550 Safety Ideas at Open House Event
The Colorado Department of Transportation is looking for public input to make travel safer between Montrose and Ouray.
Montrose County Spring Cleanup Day Has Free Dumping at Landfill
Here's something that should give you motivation to do some spring cleaning. A free day at the East-End Landfill in Montrose.
Crook 'Borrows' Little Old Lady's Identity - Uses It to Steal $8k
A thief managed to gather enough of an elderly Grand Junction woman's personal information to allow the thief to steal $8,000 of the woman's money.