John Mayer Loves Colorado Company's Toffee So Much, He'll Dig In Trash For ItA silly little song Musician John Mayer wrong about toffee from a Colorado company has gone viral.
Unregistered Sex Offender Arrested After Making Advances On WomenA sex offender out of Boulder County has been arrested in Grand Junction.
Colorado Governor Declares Disaster Emergency Over Propane ShortageColorado Governor John Hickenlooper issued a disaster emergency Sunday in response to an anticipated shortage of propane that could affect thousands of Coloradans who rely on it for heating their homes.
Police Save Endangered Boy After He Presses Emergency Button On CellphoneGrand Junction police arrested a man after they responded to a panic alarm from a cellphone activated by a juvenile male.
Western Slopes Psychiatric Hospital Expanding To Meet Mental Health NeedsPsychiatric social workers in Grand Junction say Mesa County is struggling with a mental health crisis.
2 Arrested In Officer-Involved ShootingTwo men are in custody following a day-long search after an officer-involved shooting on the Western Slope over the weekend. The shooting happened near Grand Junction on Saturday morning.
Improvements Coming To Powderhorn Ski ResortPowderhorn Ski Resort in Mesa County will see improvements thanks to new investment money.
Western Slope Sheriff Loses Bet With Police Chief After Broncos GameThe Mesa County Sheriff was reminded on Tuesday a bet is a bet. Sheriff Matt Lewis is a Broncos fan. He made a bet with Grand Junction Police Chief Doug Shoemaker -- a Chiefs fan.
Three Arrested During Arson Investigation In Grand JunctionGrand Junction arson investigators are looking into what started a suspicious building fire, as police investigate the theft of several items from the same business.
Soon-To-Be Centenarian Greeted With Cheers At Colorado Mesa UniversityIncoming freshmen and staff at Colorado Mesa University cheered for the oldest known living alumni of Colorado Mesa University in a special ceremony.
Grad Who Noticed Typo On Diplomas Wasn't Initially Sure It Was A MistakeColorado Mesa University is issuing two diplomas for the price of one. The catch? The first one was signed by the chair of CMU's "Coard of Trustees."