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Jury reaches verdict, remains hung up on certain charges
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - A Grand Junction jury reached its verdict regarding the man who was shot by a Mesa County Sheriff’s deputy earlier this year. The jury found 25-year-old Emilio Cordova guilty of attempted second-degree assault, aggravated motor first-degree aggravated motor vehicle theft used in commission of crime, and property damage more than $500, criminal mischief, felony menacing, and reckless driving.
Jury Convicts Man on Multiple Charges, Still Deliberating on Attempted Assault Counts
• A Grand Junction jury found Emilio Cordova guilty of several charges including attempted second-degree assault, aggravated motor vehicle theft, property damage, criminal mischief, felony menacing, and reckless driving.
These grand junction, CO based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around grand junction.
Grand Junction Home Sells for $1 Million
A stunning custom home near Grand Junction, Colorado has recently been sold for a whopping $1,000,000. Located at 342 Serpents Trail Dr, Grand Junction, CO, 81507, this spacious property offers a generous 3,826 square feet of living space and sits on a large lot spanning 0.64 acres. Built in 2004 with only one owner, this two-story home boasts an array of impressive features.
Changes in the City of Grand Junction’s 2024 budget
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - As the end of 2023 approaches and folks gear up for the new year, City authorities are prepping to keep you informed about how your tax dollars will be used in 2024. Transparency about the use of tax payer dollars in next years city budget is a top priority for council members. Which is why the 2024 budget presentations was one of the first items discussed.
Look: Grand Junction Christmas Lights Winners of 1948
Let's go back in time 75 years or so and celebrate the Grand Junction, Colorado Christmas Lights winners of 1948 with these Bob Grant photos. Take a close look. You may recognize some of these Western Colorado houses. What are the odds these winner residences have lights up again in 2023?
Finalists selected for Clifton Fire Chief
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — Clifton Fire Protection District has narrowed its search for a new Fire Chief to just three candidates. Three candidates remain after the national search:. Deputy Fire Chief Brady Austin of the Idaho National Laboratory Fire Department. Battalion Chief Brian Cherveny of the Grand Junction...
Grand Junction's 2024 Annual Report and Calendar Now Available: A Showcase of Local Photographers and City Achievements
The City of Grand Junction has started distributing its 2024 Annual Report and Calendar to residents, with additional copies available at city offices. The calendar, featuring high-quality photographs of the local area, also serves as the city's annual report. It contains a letter from Mayor Anna Stout, a review of the city's 2023 projects and achievements, a directory of city services, financial information, and a list of Boards and Commissions with their meeting dates. It also lists dates for City Council meetings, national and state holidays, trash and recycle pick up delays, and city office holiday closures.
Travel alert: Red Mountain Pass partially closed Wednesday
SOUTHWEST COLORADO, USA (KJCT) - Winter maintenance is planned for Red Mountain Pass Wednesday, and the Colorado Department of Transportation says delays are expected. The construction work is planned to shut down the highway intermittently from 9 a.m. to to 12 p.m. Wednesday. CDOT says to prepare for multiple 30-minute delays throughout much of the morning. Travelers should plan for extra travel time if they are passing through the area during that time.
Pleasant weather for Thursday afternoon, but a shift is happening Thursday night
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — Sunny and clear skies with warm temperatures are on the way out as winter weather moves in for Friday. The valleys can expect a drop in temperatures by 15 degrees with up to 2″ of snow accumulations through Saturday.
Jury deliberating case about suspect in deputy-involved shooting
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - A Grand Junction jury is deliberating the case involving a man who was shot by a Mesa County Sheriff’s deputy in January, 2023. 25-year-old Emilio Cordova is accused of trying to run deputies over with his car on Jan. 24, 2023. The initial arrest affidavit at the time stated Cordova, who was already serving time in jail, was out on prison work release. According to the affidavit, Cordova said had no intention of returning to the jail.
Friday snow sets up a cold weekend
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - Snow is on the way for Friday. It could disrupt the Friday morning drive and mountain travel for the start of the weekend. The storm system we’re tracking blew ashore from the Pacific Ocean on Wednesday. It’s tracking inland over northern and central California and Nevada and will continue eastward through this weekend.
Country Music Sensation Randall King Takes Grand Junction by Storm
Get ready, country music fans! The modern traditionalist, Randall King, is set to bring his unique blend of gritty and graceful sounds to Grand Junction. The show will take place on Fri, Dec 08 from 7pm - 11pm at the Warehouse25sixty-five Kitchen + Bar, located at 2565 American Way.
Grand Junction artist Jeremy Velasquez unveils striking mural at Grand Junction’s Union Depot
A vivid new mural at Grand Junction's Union Station created by a locally-known spray artist aims to raise awareness for ongoing renovation efforts and showcases the region's desert aesthetic.
Deadline Approaching for Santa Cause Run Registration in Grand Junction
• The deadline to register for the Santa Cause Run at Las Colonias Amphitheatre is December 6th. • The event is organized by Grand Junction Parks and Recreation in partnership with Kiwanis.
Mesa County Residents and 4H Club Members: Apply Now to Represent Your County as Fair Queen or Princess
Are you a resident of Mesa County or a member of a Mesa County 4H Club? Are you between the ages 12 and 18? Would you like to represent the Mesa County Fair as the 2024 Queen or Princess? Application deadline is December 31st.Visit here for more details.
Procession for fallen Cortez officer tomorrow, expect detours
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - Cortez police Sgt. Michael Moran, who died in the line of duty Nov. 29, will be honored in Cortez on Wednesday. U.S. HWY 160 will be closed in downtown Cortez beginning at 7:45 a.m. During the procession U.S. highway 160 will be closed from East Roger Smith Avenue to South Elm Street for about two hours.
ELI YOUNG BAND Set to Rock Grand Junction with Unforgettable Country Hits
Get ready to sway to the rhythm of country music as the MULTI-PLATINUM hitmakers, the ELI YOUNG BAND, are set to perform live! The much-anticipated event is scheduled for Thu, Dec 07 from 7pm - 11pm at the vibrant Warehouse25sixty-five Kitchen + Bar, 2565 American Way, Grand Junction, CO 81501.
Mesa County, CO Extends Contract for Expert Hazardous Waste Management Services
Mesa County Hazardous Waste Collection Facility manages over 280,000 pounds of hazardous waste annually from local homes and businesses. It recently awarded a $200,000 contract extension with Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc., which has over 40 years of expertise in the field. Hazardous waste management includes various materials, each necessitating different disposal methods such as incineration, transport to hazardous waste landfills, or recycling.
Tina Peters files lawsuit against Mesa County District Attorney
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — In March of 2022, Tina Peters was indicted on felony charges including three counts of attempting to influence a public servant, one count of criminal impersonation, two counts of conspiracy to commit criminal impersonation, identity theft, and other related charges. Peters has denied all...