Crime Stoppers of Mesa County has been helping solve crimes in Mesa County for decades. And this year they have gained not one, not two, but three national awards recognizing the outstanding service they bring to the community.
Recent rain and cooler temperatures have eased the fire danger in Mesa County. As a result, the Mesa County Sheriff's Office, Bureau of Land Management, and the Mesa County Fire Chief's Association are lifting the Stage 1 Fire Restrictions as of Friday, August 4.
A man in an Orchard Mesa neighborhood in Grand Junction drowns his neighbor's cat. He felt the need to take matters into his own hands. His neighbor continues the search for her other cat and thinks he's to blame.