Grand Junction Man Assisting Tubers In Wisconsin Collapses, DiesA man who was assisting a group of tubers on the Red Cedar River has died after he was found not breathing in the water.
Jury Selection Expected To Continue All Week In Birgfeld KillingJury selection continued on Tuesday and was expected to last all week in the murder trial of Paige Birgfeld.
Jury Selection Begins In Paige Birgfeld Murder TrailJury selection began on Monday in the murder trial of Paige Birgfeld, a single mother of three in Grand Junction.
Help Needed Identifying 2 Bodies Found Colorado RiverAuthorities are asking for help identifying the bodies of two men found in the Colorado River in Grand Junction.
Car Crash Leads To Discovery Of Homemade Bomb In BasaltAuthorities say a car crash related to a domestic dispute led them disable a homemade bomb found in a home in Basalt.
Picture Reveals Poaching Wildlife WorkerA photo of a US Fish and Wildlife employee posing with a trophy elk was making the rounds among people on the Western Slope. It also was a case of poaching.
2 Killed After Crash Into Canal In Grand JunctionTwo people and a dog were killed when a car rolled into a canal in Grand Junction Friday night.
Crews Fight Brush Fire In Grand JunctionFire crews fought a small brush fire in Grand Junction on Thursday.
Hickenlooper Attends Event Wearing Trump, Sanders SocksColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says he was just having a little fun when he showed up to a book signing sporting a pair of socks featuring caricatures of presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
VA Finds No Improper Scheduling At 3 Clinics In ColoradoInvestigators found no indications of improper scheduling lists at one VA specialty medical clinic in Grand Junction and two in Denver, the Veterans Affairs Department said Friday.
Report: Vet Who Died Received Inadequate Care From Grand Junction VA HospitalA report has been released on the death of a veteran that his former caseworker blamed on the VA hospital in Grand Junction.
Kiosk Program To Help Speed Things Up At DMVs After Hickenlooper Signs BillGov. John Hickenlooper has signed a bill into law that allows Colorado to use kiosks to speed things up at Division of Motor Vehicles offices.