Yzabelah Roberts, KKCO 11 News

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Past articles by Yzabelah:

Grand Junction Police Department and Colorado Mesa University vigilant about pedestrian safety

"In 2020 the Grand Junction Police Department responded to 60 accidents that involved either a bicyclist or a pedestrian,” says GJPD Public Information Coordinator Callie Berkson. → Read More

Solstice Senior Living at Grand Valley vaccinates residents

Solstice Senior Living at Grand Valley vaccinates residents → Read More

District 51 in-person learning returns for the spring semester

"I'm really excited, he needs to be back in school,” says Cristin Linberg a School District 51 parent. → Read More

City of Grand Junction receives AA- credit rating

The city of Grand Junction has just been awarded a AA- on as a credit rating by something that’s considered high quality from an investor’s stand point. → Read More

Grand Valley seniors using Rocky Mountain Health Plans could be faced with a surprise during their next visit to Community Hospital

Seniors around the valley could be getting a big surprise at the doctor’s office come January 1st if they don’t read the fine print on their insurance. → Read More

Petition to enforce the mask mandate in the Mesa Mall

A controversial topic amid the pandemic-- to wear a mask or not. A new petition titled, ‘Enforce Mask Mandate at Mesa Mall,’ has gained a few hundred signatures from the day it was created. → Read More

GJPD donates to Grand Valley Oncology following ‘No Shave November’

Well, it’s officially December, which means the end of ‘No Shave November.’ For the third year in a row the Grand Junction Police Department has made a donation to Grand Valley Oncology following the event. → Read More

Downtown Grand Junction expands outdoor dining

In a normal year, winter is met with the excitement of a warm restaurant to take comfort in—this year, local businesses are hoping customers will find comfort from outside too. → Read More

V.A utilizes outside tents for COVID-19 purposes

Blue-accented tents outside of the V.A. Western Colorado Healthcare System can be spotted from North Avenue, but these tents aren’t just used for one thing though-- they’re use is for many COVID-related purposes. → Read More

Grand Junction Firefighting Foundation Turkey Trot cancellation impacts

“Really the Turkey Trot’s kind of the sole provider for revenue to the foundation." → Read More

’Marijuana Working Group’ update at Grand Junction City Council Workshop

Monday night, the ‘Marijuana Working Group’ brought forward potential ballot measures for the spring 2021 ballot to the Grand Junction City Council. → Read More

Garfield Re-2 and Montrose County School District make temporary online transitions

Garfield Re-2 School District and Montrose both announced plans this weekend to transition some of their schools to online learning. → Read More

CMU moves to level yellow on its COVID-19 dashboard

Colorado Mesa University has moved to a new level on their COVID-19 dashboard-- level yellow— an emphasis on virus precautions and communication throughout the campus. → Read More

Two first-responders test positive for COVID-19 at GJFD

Mesa County COVID-19 cases continue to rise, and no one is immune-- including first responders. The Grand Junction Fire Department reported two positive cases and have been working with Mesa County Public Health to contact-trace. → Read More

New live fire training facility comes to the Western Slope

After decades of trying to get a live fire training facility on the western slope, the day has finally come--it’s a four-story building meant to simulate active fires, it is equipped with common household furniture, a fire room, smoke, and movable walls. → Read More

Uptick in COVID-19 cases in School District 51

School District 51 is feeling the impact of COVID-19 in the valley after experiencing an uptick in cases. → Read More

Pine Gulch Fire reaches 100% containment

After almost two months, the Pine Gulch Fire has reached 100% containment. → Read More

10th human West Nile virus case in Delta

Delta has just confirmed their 10th human West Nile virus case. → Read More

New last call executive order gives hope to Montrose bar

Montrose County bars are at 50 percent capacity with a maximum of 50 people, numbers that were developed in their second variance. → Read More

Amtrak cuts ride schedule due to COVID-19

Amtrak announced they will now only be doing long-distance services three times a week starting in October. → Read More