Calvin Corey, KKCO 11 News

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KKCO 11 News

Grand Junction, CO, United States

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Past articles by Calvin:

Fire restrictions in effect in Mesa County, map included

Stage 1 fire restrictions are now in effect in Mesa County, which includes all BLM land in the county. → Read More

Police searching for at-fault driver involved in two car crash

The Grand Junction Police Department is searching for a man who fled the scene of an accident Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Crews achieve 30% containment on Pack Creek Fire

Favorable conditions paired with assistance from aircraft along with “good work” from firefighting personnel allowed crews to reach 30 percent containment on the Pack Creek Fire. → Read More

JUCO Day 5

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Results from Day 5 of the Junior College Baseball World Series Central Arizona 12 | Cowley (KS) 8 McLennan 13 (TX) | San Jacinto 10 (TX) All rights reserved. → Read More

Evacuations underway near Glade Park, crews responding to brush fire

Fire crews have responded to a brush fire near Glade Park. → Read More

MAJOR ACCIDENT: I-70 closed both directions near New Castle

Colorado State Patrol is advising drivers that I-70 is closed in both directions near New Castle due to a major crash. → Read More

Police: One suspect in custody following standoff

Police say that one suspect has been taken into custody following a standoff situation. → Read More

State Patrol: Troopers investigating train vs trailer crash

Colorado State Patrol says that no injuries have been reported in a crash involving a train and motorhome/trailer type vehicle Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

JUCO 2021: Tickets now on sale

Tickets for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series are now on sale at → Read More

26-year-old female who died in officer-involved shooting in Delta County identified

On Monday afternoon, the Delta County Sheriff’s Office identified the victim who was shot by a sheriff’s deputy on April 9 as 26-year-old Paige Pierce (Schmidt) of Austin, Colorado. → Read More

No Burn Advisory until 9 p.m. Thursday

Mesa County Public Health has issued a No Burn Advisory until 9 p.m. on Thursday due to a Red Flag Warning. → Read More

Ribbon Cutting held to celebrate recent renovations to Clifton Elementary Library

The District 51 Foundation held a ribbon-cutting for the newly renovated Clifton Elementary Library on Wednesday → Read More

Restrictions loosen in Mesa County after state updates COVID-19 dial

The new update removes many of the restrictions that previously applied to Level Blue and Level Green. → Read More

16 Road closed in both directoins near M Road

16 Road is closed near M Road due to law enforcement activity. → Read More

Active shooter reported at Boulder supermarket

Boulder authorities are responding to an active shooter situation at a local supermarket. → Read More

American Junior Golf Association tournament headed to Montrose

The City of Montrose says that the tournament is seen as an economic boon to the local economy during the community’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

D51 taps Dr. Brian Hill to be next superintendent

Dr. Brian Hill has been tapped for the position, who has been the assistant superintendent since 2019. → Read More

Crews battling brush fire north of Mack

Crews with the Bureau of Land Management and Lower Valley Fire Department are currently battling a brush fire between North 9th and 10th Road in the East Salt Creek area North of Mack. → Read More

Human remains found in a plastic bag in Grand Junction, 19-year-old arrested, says GJPD

Police say multiple search warrants were conducted, and human remains were found at one of the searched locations. → Read More

Two arrested in connection to storage unit burglaries

Two suspects that allegedly took part in recent storage unit burglaries have been taken into custody according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office → Read More