The city's waterfront was housed junkyards and even a uranium mill. Now there's a brewery and townhomes, and a outdoor recreation park on the way.
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Bill Masters has been in office for 38 years, and he's seeking an 11th four-year term.
The iconic cowboy-themed dinner theater celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
While apprehensions at the U.S.-Mexico Border are at historic lows, immigration has become a top issue for Republican voters.
Since forming in 2015, the quartet has become one of the city's most visible live bands.
Where Coloradans stand on open space and housing costs shouldn't surprise most people.
The Grand Junction foodie mainstay's executive chef, Josh Niernberg, shares his recipe for a bourbon and vanilla peach cobbler.
Outdoors companies including RockyMounts and Timberleaf Teardrop Trailers are drawn to the quality of life and tax breaks.
The artist’s signature works include life-sized horses and large chickens, including a special one in Fruita to commemorate “Mike the Headless Chicken.”
With wildfires raging and cities facing record highs, everyone could use a bit (or a lot) of rain. The Channel 7 meteorologist says monsoons are on the way.