Kaia Hofmeister, KKCO 11 News

Kaia Hofmeister

KKCO 11 News

Grand Junction, CO, United States

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Past articles by Kaia:

Rio Verde Foothills face water crisis

The residents in Rio Verde are not guaranteed a supply to water. Lawmakers are working to address the water crisis on the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona in the Rio Verde foothills. → Read More

Japanese Beetle declared ‘public nuisance’

The Japanese Beetle has officially been declared a public nuisance. → Read More

24 Rd and G Rd closed March 7-8; roundabout work begins March 9

A road closure will occur on G Road between 24 Road and 23 3/4 Road from March 7-8. → Read More

Highway 50 accident sends one to hospital

A man was transported to the hospital after an accident on Highway 50 near 27 Road in Grand Junction. → Read More

Fatal incident leads to road closures in the Redlands

A male was discovered lying in the street with a fatal gunshot wound after the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to multiple reports of gunshots in the 800 block of 26 Road in Grand Junction. → Read More

Wells Fargo agrees to increase telephone access to deaf or hard of hearing after lawsuit

A Wells Fargo customer, who has difficulty hearing and speaking on the phone, filed a complaint under the Americans with Disabilities Act after she was denied the ability use her caregiver to relay information on her behalf. → Read More

Psychologists may gain access to prescribing medication in Colorado

A bill is on its way to Colorado Governor Jared Polis that would allow psychologists to complete extensive training allowing them to prescribe certain medications. → Read More

‘People Who Wander’ website launches

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has launched a new website in Colorado to assist in finding people with Alzheimer’s disease and other related conditions. → Read More

I-70 rollover sends two to hospital

At approximately 6 p.m. on Feb. 19, 2023, the Grand Junction Police Department was alerted to a rollover accident that sent two to the hospital. One person is in critical condition and the other sustained minor injuries. → Read More

Settlement reached after tanker spill in Colorado

The Colorado Natural Resources Trustees announced that they resolved a natural resource damage claim under the federal Oil Pollution Act. → Read More

Montrose PD host crime workshop for local businesses

On Feb. 16, the Montrose Police Department held a community Crime Prevention Workshop to provide resources and tools to business owners and community members to aid in combating crime. → Read More

D51 faces potential school closures

District 51 is facing potential school closures due to declining student enrollment, unsustainable staffing, difficulties providing adequate student services, underutilizing facilities and increased safety risks. → Read More

Businesses and offices close for Presidents Day

Multiple businesses and offices will be closed for Presidents Day, some closed Saturday as well. → Read More

City aims to gain more green with Forestry Plan

The City conducted a survey to establish an Urban Forestry Management Plan. The plan will be digging into core issues including tree diversity, protection and preservation. → Read More

Covid, Flu and RSV cases decline

The cases and hospitalizations of Covid-19, RSV, and the Flu are at low or minimal levels. → Read More

Tally the Vote

On this weeks Tally the Vote, lawmakers voted on shooing down the Chinese surveilance balloon and a Cybersecurity University Leadership Program for the Energy Department, among other things. → Read More

Housing in Mesa County

The number of houses sold dropped 35% from last year, but 161% more homes are for sale, according to Bray Real Estate. → Read More

Myths of Super Bowl economics

Noah Pransky delves into the real economic impacts in Super Bowl host cities. → Read More

Lyft credits offered for Superbowl

Coloradans can redeem a $10 Lyft credit for the Superbowl, provided by the Colorado Department of Transportation to promote safe roadways. → Read More

Club Q shooter visited the scene the night before

A new timeline reveals that Aldrich visited Club Q the night prior to the shooting. → Read More