Firefighters teach use of lifesaving drug

The Grand Junction Fire Department is teaching staff members from Mind Springs how to recognize a narcotic overdose and administer Narcan.

During a search of the vehicle 23 packages of a substance consistent with meth were removed, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Yesterday the governor laid out a plan to make sure a deadly gas line explosion from an abandoned well can't happen again.

The Delta Police Department said officers were looking for Fred H. Houghton IV in the Garnet Mesa area.

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