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Grand Junction reacts to Trump's "Common-Sense Compromise"

It has been 30 straight days of the government shutdown. President Trump addressed the nation yesterday, introducing what he calls a "common sense compromise."


It sounds scarier than it really is, but the Super Blood Wolf Moon will be high in the sky Sunday night.


A Grand Junction shop is helping raise money for a playground over at Nisley Elementary School.



A Native American organizer of a march in Washington, D.C., says he felt compelled to get between a group of black religious activists and largely white students with his ceremonial drum to defuse a potentially dangerous situation.


The Latest: Authorities name suspect in family killings


Giuliani: 'So what' if Trump and Cohen discussed testimony


Hundreds participate in 2019 Women's March


KJCT - Grand Junction reacts to Trump's "common-sense compromise"


KJCT - Hundreds participate in 2019 women's march


KJCT - Business raising money for Nisley playground


5th annual "Kidabaloo" at Two Rivers Convention Center


Bagel shop offering free food and coffee to government workers


Man cited for shopping cart cruise from Walmart


Dairy farmer lets go of family business and way of life


GJHS locked down after teen seen with gun



AMBER Alert sent for two Colorado girls


Speeding concerns on 29 Road


Avalanche Warning for some areas along the Western Slope


U.S. Census shows gender pay gap in Mesa, Montrose counties


Gov. Polis wants to spend $227 million on full-day kindergarten


Meet the Montrose roller derby team


GJHS parents, students shaken after report of teen with gun


26 cats taken from local home, now ready for adoption


Police presence at Grand Junction High School


Meet the folks behind the Grand Junction Community Center Campaign


Researchers come face to face with huge great white shark


CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Mom scares off suspected robbers with a gun


STRiVE moves to new building


Fire departments gearing up for Spring


City Market boarded up


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