It's been nearly a month since there was any measurable rain in the Valley. Pair that lack of rain with dry, warm, and windy weather and you get the perfect combination for a brush fire.
GJPD is investigating a robbery at a Pizza Hut where a man with a knife made off with cash. A similar burglary happened last week at a nearby Burger King.
Grand Junction City elections are underway, and officials say we're right on track with turnout, compared to past years.The ballot count has already started. About 13% of voters have cast their ballot, as of Wednesday evening.
In the last five years Ute Water only put voluntary water restrictions in place one time.
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Especially during Spring Break families are flocking to the parks, but a trip to the park can quickly be ruined with graffiti visible to kids.
St. Mary's is cutting down the number of traveling nurses they have on staff.
Flowers are blooming, spring is here, and so is allergy season.
Allergists are warning you not to confuse allergy symptoms with a cold. The biggest difference is with allergies you'll be itching.
Friends and family continue to spread Delaney's message of love and awareness.
Rapid Creek Cycles and Sports moved location.
The current requirement is wells must be 1,000 feet from the school building. The new bill would change it to 1,000 feet from the school’s property line.
The Redlands Rotary Club raised more than $12,000 for Mesa County Partners during their St. Patrick's Day fundraising event.
As brush fires continue to flare up across the Grand Valley, the GJFD says resources are being stretched thin.
The search for a new superintendent at District 51 continues.
Grand Junction Fire Department said this season, they could triple the amount of calls for brush fire than they got this time last year.
Did you know a leak the size of a spaghetti noodle could waste more than 24,000 gallons of water, each month?
They say the yoga studio is a place for serenity, and calmness. Here in the Valley, it’s also a place for support, and creating relationships with others who become a second family.
In March of 2016, the Grand Junction Fire Department responded to 15 brush fires. So far this month, stations across the Valley have surpassed that in just one day.