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.


Clifton woman scared that her dog could have rabies


Navy dismisses 7th Fleet commander after warship accidents


A family's eclipse and birthday surprise


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Glenwood Springs water treatment plant experiencing supply issue


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Forest Service proposes limiting Hanging Lake visitors


Home explosion investigation continues


Teacher celebrates 50th and final first day of school


Home explosion investigation continues


Victim advocate program helps those affected by crime and crisis


What to do with your solar eclipse glasses


Bat tests for rabies in Mesa County


Officials say Trump’s Afghan plan involves 3,900 more troops


Hiking closer to the eclipse


Fruita Police Department request help identifying suspect


Forest Service to unveil Hanging Lake plan Tuesday


Two in custody after pursuit through multiple Colorado counties


U.S. says some remains of sailor found on USS John McCain


Commuter train crash injures dozens, none critically


Woman hopes cat survives after it was shot with bow and arrow


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