Author: John Madden

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The decision to roll back some regulations on school lunches from the Obama era is complete. They may be subtle changes, but your child's... [Read More]
A simple gesture of laying a Christmas wreath at a headstone at one local cemetery meant much more to many people. This is from... [Read More]
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Bear attacks are rare, as are shark attacks. Snake bites are more common, but the uncommon thing is having all three of them happen... [Read More]
Tags: Colorado - bear - Snake
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Imagine failing at something 80% of the time within 18 months. According to Bloomberg, that's the reality for entrepreneurs who start their own business.... [Read More]
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The loss of a loved one can have a long lasting impacts on people. It's not the just the loss of a family member... [Read More]
Tags: Saying - Pet - Dealing
Paul Turner with In & Out Driving School stops by the KFQX studio to talk about driving tips in regards to school zones and public... [Read More]
Six people are sent to the hospital after a two vehicle crash on Interstate 70. [Read More]
One man is dead after a shooting Sunday morning in a Grand Junction neighborhood as law enforcement continues to search for those involved. [Read More]
Recreation, our food, and even brushing our teeth, low water levels in western Colorado threatens them all. [Read More]
Suicide is a health priority in Mesa County and after the 2017 Suicide Report showed how much of problem it is, local organizations continue to... [Read More]
A dead body was found Saturday at a popular section near the Riverfront Trail. [Read More]
After being fired over a financial investigation, former Superintendent for District 51 Ken Haptonstall, will receive nearly $80,000 in severance and payouts. [Read More]
District 51 School Board members have fired the Superintendent they hired just last year. This comes after a controversy over pay and the number... [Read More]
Literally filling the shows of firefighters is a tough task, but the Grand Junction Fire Department is allowing people to do just that while helping... [Read More]
Back in the beginning of August the school board for District 51 voted to open an investigation into concerns about the district's financial responsibility. ... [Read More]
After nearly 10 months of living in sanctuary in a church in Carbondale due to fears of being deported, one western Colorado woman is back... [Read More]
One man is behind bars after a stabbing in downtown Grand Junction Saturday evening. [Read More]
One man is behind bars after a domestic violence incident that involved a knife. Estaban "Steven" Olivas, 34, turned himself into the Mesa County... [Read More]
The Palisade Peach Festival kicked off Friday, but it's not just peaches that makes the event so sweet. [Read More]
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