Eric Carpenter, center, a CU Boulder Science Discovery teacher, leads a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) workshop at West Middle School Friday.
The students learned to use a 3D printer as well as about biomechanics and technology interfaces with computer programming software.
The 14-year-old girl facing criminal charges in connection with a Mesa County woman found dead Feb. 13 was a foster child who had been placed in the woman’s home about a week earlier, according to recently unsealed court documents.
A man who criticized a Mesa County commissioner for comments she made about … more
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■ Joe D. Chavez, 74, Fruita, died Feb. 22, 2017, at the Veterans Affairs … more
Human resources officials with the county said there is no easy way to tell how … more
The Trump administration has delayed implementation of a rule revising how coal, … more
High School Boys and Girls basketball playoffs, CMU baseball vs Cal Baptist.
Defense, rebounding carry Grand Junction Tigers past Columbine Rebels.
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Japanese exchange students tour the Museum of the West.
First Street delays, highway marker dedication, and NASA snow observation.
Chef Suzanne Hanzl describes food as an expression of love.
The Trump administration has delayed implementation of a rule revising how coal, oil and gas are … more
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Man held in explosion … more
Efforts to export natural gas from northwest Colorado to Japan will continue and the United States … more
An oil and gas man who moved to Grand Junction in 1959 to found his own company, Walter Fees Jr. … more
For dozens of local students on Friday, going to school meant building medical equipment, learning … more
For years, politicians have waged war on coal, stifled oil and gas production, and advocated … more
Unfortunately, Nicole Henderson’s story is a textbook case of fraud, and highlights the … more
Providing for our community’s safety has become increasingly more and more difficult. As … more
The nation’s aging infrastructure is a hot topic in Washington, D.C., as Congress and the … more
Immigrant roundup will be harmful to local businesses Today’s headline “Millions … more
A tighter inventory of homes for sale — especially those priced below $400,000 — has … more
Senior weekend is always emotional, whether fifth-year seniors, such as Nate Hawley, are being … more
Cal Baptist 7, Colorado Mesa 3 … more
College Lacrosse … more
The chances were there. So many chances. … more
Daniel Salazar is a wrestler. … more
Game times and opponents for Fruita Monument and Palisade girls basketball teams are now set for … more
The last thing you are probably thinking about is dragging out a hose and watering your yard. … more
Pancake supper at St. Luke’s church … more
People are always asking me what the most-abundant, naturally occurring polymer in nature is. … more
It started with a twinge of envy as Kale Casey watched a neighbor cruise through his backyard … more
For close to 30 years now I have heard people proclaim “there is no good music out … more
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DENVER (AP) — Global warming is already shrinking the Colorado River, the most important waterway in the American Southwest, and it could reduce the flow by more than a third by the end of the century, two scientists say.
DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — Authorities in southwest Colorado say no charges will be filed against the operator of a low-flying drone that spooked a horse, causing the horse to dart into a crowd and injuring three people last weekend.
DENVER (AP) — Republicans who benefited from rowdy town halls six years ago and harnessed a wave of discontent with Democrats to win seats in Congress are learning a hard lesson this week as they return home: The left is happy to return the favor.
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado judge has blocked a college town's law against women going topless, saying the law is likely unconstitutional.
SEATTLE (AP) — The Justice Department wants a federal appeals court to put President Trump's travel ban case on hold until he issues a new order, but the states who sued to stop the ban want the case to move forward.
SELMA, Ala. (AP) — The mayor of Selma refused to back down Friday in a fight that has united unlikely allies — black civil rights marchers and white Civil War re-enactors who refuse to pay thousands in fees to hold their events.
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Novelist Michael Peterson agreed to a plea deal Friday that enables him to maintain his innocence even as he acknowledges prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him of manslaughter in his wife's death. The district attorney, for his part, insisted that he's guilty.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Caitlyn Jenner is taking President Donald Trump to task for his administration's reversal of a directive on transgender access to public school bathrooms.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A federal jury says private prison company CoreCivic had a longstanding custom of understaffing an Idaho prison, and that the company was deliberately indifferent to the risk of serious harm that posed to inmates.