Interior Secretary Visits New Public Lands HQ In ColoradoInterior Secretary Deb Haaland paid her first visit Friday to the new Colorado headquarters of her department's Bureau of Land Management after its relocation from the nation's capital by the Trump administration sparked criticism that the move was intended to gut the agency that oversees vast tracts of public lands in the West.
Wayne Morrow, Of Colorado, Drowns When Storm Capsizes Canoe In MinnesotaA Colorado man has drowned after a severe storm moving through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northeastern Minnesota capsized his canoe.
COVID In Colorado: Over 600 Cases Of Delta Variant Confirmed In Mesa CountyMore than 600 cases of the delta variant have been confirmed in Mesa County -- most of them in just the past two weeks.
First Responders Complete Daring Climb In Colorado National Monument, Raise Flag On 450 Foot High Rock TowerMembers of a search and rescue team and other first responders in Mesa County kept up a 4th of July tradition and scaled a 450 foot high rock tower in Colorado National Monument.
Suspect Dead In Shooting With Grand Junction Police After Pointing Gun At Employees Inside St. Mary's HospitalGrand Junction police officers rushed to SCL Health St. Mary's on reports of a person with a gun.
Oil Springs Fire Burning North Of Grand Junction Explodes To 5,000 AcresThe Oil Springs Fire burning 42 miles north of Grand Junction experienced huge growth Sunday -- going from 500 acres to 5,000 acres in 24 hours.
Crews Begin Refilling Mack Mesa Lake Near Grand JunctionCrews are refilling a drained lake near Grand Junction. Colorado Parks and Wildlife drained Mack Mesa Lake a few weeks ago.
Country Jam Returns To Grand Junction June 24-26 After Being Canceled Last YearThe Country Jam music festival is returning to Grand Junction this summer after a year off due to the pandemic.
COVID In Colorado: Nearly A Year After Cody Lyster's Death, 'The Tears Still Come' For Aurora FamilyKevin Lyster talks to his only son every day, even though Cody Lyster died of COVID-19 complications nearly a year ago.
Colorado Community Uses 'The Social Dilemma' To Ignite Conversation About Unity, ChangeInside a community room on the campus of Colorado Mesa University, a social experiment was taking place that focused on the film "The Social Dilemma."
Seeding Begins In Pine Gulch Fire Burn AreaThe Bureau of Land Management began aerial and hand seeding the Pine Gulch Fire burn scar near Grand Junction on Monday.
Gov. Jared Polis Letter Urges Biden Administration To Keep Headquarters Of U.S. Space Command, BLM In ColoradoGov. Jared Polis argues the U.S. Space Command and the Bureau of Land Management headquarters serve the nation's interests better if they stay where they are.
Colorado Mesa University Helps Researchers Studying COVID-19 GenomeStudents heading back to Colorado Mesa University are getting tested and learning how COVID-19 can change, adapt and kill.
Investigators Search For Murder Suspect Frank Kurtz In Death Of Marcos BencomoInvestigators in Mesa County are searching for a murder suspect and a person of interest in connection with a deadly stabbing last week.
Authorities Warn Of Winter Hiking Dangers After Man's 30 Foot Fall In Colorado National MonumentOfficials in western Colorado are sending out a warning this week after a hiker was injured in a fall in Colorado National Monument.