KVNF Regional Newscast

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KVNF's Eric Goold brings you regional news weekdays at 8 a.m. and 5:50 p.m. (You can also subscribe to the newscasts using the Podcast or RSS links)

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  • Two Republicans accused of harassment at State Capitol
  • Total of 4 lawmakers in Denver accused of harassment this week
  • Special program allows big discounts on prescription medicines
  • All Colorado residents eligible for Colorado Drug Card
  • Congress urged to step in before public lands are sold

  • Another harassment claim filed against Lebsock
  • A second lawmaker at state capitol accused of harassment
  • House, Senate leaders propose harassment training initiatives
  • Lawsuit to name Colorado River a person postponed
  • New magnetic levitation transit system to be tested on Front Range
  • Homegrown Montrose soldier to receive Silver Star

  • Delta County holding public meetings about master plan
  • Update on the sexual harassment scandal at the state house
  • Children 5 to 16 years old have tripled time using mobile devices
  • Parks and Wildlife advises caution during deer rutting season

  • Representative and Treasurer candidate Steve Lebsock accused of harassment
  • Governor John Hickenlooper calls for Lebsock's resignation
  • Ongoing reaction at State Capitol to sexual harassment scandal
  • 17,000 Colorado residents await DACA decision by Congress

  • Allegations of sexual harassment at State Capitol
  • Colorado coal companies seek Federal money to stockpile emergency coal
  • Montrose Republican will run for state house in 2018
  • Coloradans still eligible to receive tax break when buying electric cars
  • Glance at area high school football scoreboard, playoffs underway

  • Mill levy increases pass in Montrose, Delta Counties
  • Crawford voters deny mill levy increase for second year in a row
  • Governor Hickenlooper hopes to build economy through trade mission to India
  • Future ballot measure pitched to limit contributions in municipal elections
  • Regional Newscast on hiatus for rest of week; returns November 13th

  • DCED hires new executive director, first day is November 15th
  • H2O Radio reports on conservation efforts, cover cropping in state
  • 75,000 children in state might lose health coverage if CHIP not funded

  • Passenger rail system on Front Range under consideration
  • H2O Radio reports on end of harvest season, conservation efforts
  • Glance at area high school football scoreboard, playoffs underway
  • 6075 Road in Montrose closed today for culvert replacement

  • Governor Hickenlooper proposes 30.5 billion dollar state budget
  • GOP's proposed budget would give two thirds of its tax breaks to one percenters
  • KDNK interview with Representative Scott Tipton about GOP's proposed budget

  • Republican anti-immigration activist Tom Tancredo to run for governor
  • Conundrum Hot Springs will have permit reservation system next year
  • Over 50 thousand women in Colorado could lose birth control coverage
  • Lawmakers poised to introduce a variety of measures against opioids
  • Towns around the state becoming compliant with state marijuana regs

  • Protestors demand regulation of new fracking project in Broomfield
  • Educators, lawmakers in Gunnison hope for DREAM act rewrite
  • CDOT crews reopen Independence Pass, day to day travel continues

  • Broadband access on many ballots throughout the state
  • Colorado gardeners asked to help plummeting population of Monarch butterflies
  • Independence Pass closes, earliest closure date in the last six years
  • Colorado ranked as the fifth worst state for trick or treating

  • Planning Commission recommends denial of land use change outside Paonia
  • Colorado breweries teaming together to preserve forests, water
  • Update on Norwood homicide case
  • Glance at high school football scoreboard, playoffs starting for some classes

  • Bureau of Reclamation continues work on Paonia Dam
  • Dams throughout the west aging, burdened under silt buildup
  • Affidavit from Norwood case opened for public
  • Five individuals face various charges in Norwood deaths

  • Ballots mailed, no statewide issue to decide in November election
  • Majority of voters in Colorado prefer more strict pollution standards
  • Silt resident seeks sanctuary in Carbondale church to avoid deportation
  • Coalition of environmental groups challenge BLM Bull Mountain decision
  • Parks and Wildlife completes draft elk management plan for Gunnison Basin

  • Federal lawsuit seeks to define Colorado River as a person
  • Colorado River imperiled by overuse, outdated water agreements
  • Colorado children of immigrants, children of color face unequal challenges

  • BLM to auction oil and gas leases at Dinosaur National Park
  • Health care premiums set to rise on average 34 percent; 40 percent on Western Slope
  • Lawmakers, executives meet at state capitol to discuss health care affordability
  • Two girls killed outside of Norwood identified through DNA testing

  • Governor Hickenlooper returns from trade visit to India
  • Inside Energy profile of North Fork Valley coal mining scene
  • Both Colorado Senators vote the party line on Trump budget
  • Glance at area high school football scoreboard

  • Health insurance rates in Colorado set to rise by over 30 percent
  • Paonia, Meeker matchup highlights big weekend in prep football
  • Town of Paonia to hold special meeting; seeks RFP for sewer line
  • Mesa County Coroner releases data about drug overdose deaths

  • Democrats outpace Republican candidates in fundraising for Governor's chair
  • BLM official talks about Bull Mountain approval
  • Revised resource management plan still under review by BLM
  • Montrose outfitter, Indiana man charged with hunting violations

  • Ballots mailed to voters this week, no statewide issue to decide
  • BLM official talks about Bull Mountain approval
  • Large number of comments against Bull Mountain not considered as votes
  • Trump's tax proposal would cause huge increase for Colorado families

  • Colorado Springs program disposes of firearms in unique way
  • Denver submits bid to Amazon to be home of next hub
  • New study, interactive map indicates proximity of oil and gas sites

  • Congress looks to curtail power of President to use 1906 Antiquities Act
  • Formal murder charges filed in deaths of two Norwood girls
  • Premiums in Western Colorado to skyrocket after Trump's executive order
  • Governor Hickenlooper's response to Trump's moves to kill ACA

  • Senator Kerry Donovan visits Paonia on re-election campaign
  • Rural patients in Colorado lag behind in health coverage
  • Colorado senators weigh in on withdrawal from Iran agreement
  • College educated Latinos in state will be sought for job market

  • Citizens for a Healthy Community reaction to Bull Mountain approval
  • Clean Air Act repeal will hurt environment, health in Colorado
  • Suggestions for hiking safety
  • Aspen Mountain Rescue completing busy climbing season

KVNF News spoke with Natasha Leger, interim executive director of the Citizens for a Healthy Community, about the recent approval of the oil and gas development project at Bull Mountain. The Bureau of Land Management gave final approval to SG Interests to proceed with the project, which could encompass some 20,000 acres about 30 miles north east of Paonia. Here is that interview.

KVNF News spoke with David Ludlam, executive director of the West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association, about the recent approval of the oil and gas development project at Bull Mountain. The Bureau of Land Management gave final approval to SG Interests to proceed with the project, which could encompass some 20,000 acres about 30 miles north east of Paonia. Here is that interview.

  • West Slope COGA executive director talks about Bull Mountain approval
  • Trump rolls back coal regulations, impacts to Colorado economy, environment
  • High mountain rescue volunteers face adversity, difficult climbing season

  • Paonia, Crawford writing new marijuana ordinances
  • Mountain Rescue Aspen having a busy season
  • Anatomy of a mountain rescue highlights all the people involved
  • Cut to SNAP program would impact Colorado children

  • Lawmakers wrap up work examining state water issues
  • Delta Police Department deals with wandering bear in town
  • Both Colorado Senators support funding for CHIP program
  • State capitol looks for ways to help young farmers
  • Bull Mountain oil and gas development approved by BLM
  • Area high school football teams compete in league play

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