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Guns stolen from Museum of the West

Updated: 11/04/2015 - The museum director Peter Booth says the two handguns taken had previously belonged to the Sheriffs of Mesa County, and a pistol belonged to a famous late actor, Leo Carillo, who played Pancho in the 1950's TV show "The Cisco Kid."

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Dogs dress up for Halloween

Updated: 10/31/2015 - Grand Junction canines were dressed in Halloween costumes for the Center For Independence's Spooktacular

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Avoiding sex offender's homes this Halloween

Updated: 10/31/2015 - Across Mesa County hundreds of kids will go door to door this Halloween searching for candy. In Grand Junction alone there are one hundred and seventy nine registered sex offenders and Colorado law has no rules stopping them handing out candy.

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Stand Down for Homeless Veterans

Updated: 10/30/2015 - The annual Stand Down for Homeless and At-Risk Veterans event is a one stop shop for homeless veterans and the countless men and women who hardly have the bare necessities to live.

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UPDATE: MCSO: Appears Clifton man shot himself

Updated: 11/02/2015 - The Mesa County Sheriff's Office says there will be no charges in a Clifton shooting last week which sent a man to the hospital . Investigators say it appears the man shot himself accidentally.

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Veterans Affairs Hospital partially open new parking garage

Updated: 10/29/2015 - The Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Health Center has completed construction of its 10 million dollar parking garage but separate construction has postponed the grand opening for at least two weeks.

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Colorado Mesa University's radio station turns 40

Updated: 10/29/2015 - Colorado Mesa University’s student run radio station KMSA celebrated its ten year anniversary today, with a party to honor past and current DJ’s and bands.

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District discusses what it would take to start school an hour later

Updated: 10/29/2015 - District 51 has been considering changing middle and high school start times so that students will begin at 8:30 instead of 7:30 a-m. The school board met Tuesday night to discuss what exactly what it would take to make that happen, and found that it’s not so easy.

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Local reaction to Republican Debate

Courtesy: MGN Online

Posted: 10/28/2015 - With the primary elections many months away, Mesa County voters are still testing the waters before choosing who to vote for.

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