KVNF Regional Newscast

Tune in weekdays after Morning Edition and All Things Considered for regional news from KVNF.

KVNF's Patricia Naft, Jake Ryan and Laura Palmisano bring you regional news weekdays at 8 a.m. and 5:50 p.m.

The KVNF news team is always looking for leads. Let us know what's happening in your area, what issues you care about and what you'd like to hear us cover - email us at news@kvnf.org. 

From left to right, KVNF's news producer Jake Ryan, senior reporter Laura Palmisano, and morning host Patricia Naft in the studio.
Credit Skip Naft

    

  •   High Park Fire Update (See Evacuation Information Below)
  • West Region Wildfire Council Receives Smokey Bear Award
  • Beetle Kill Trees, More Or Less Flammable?
  • Western Energy Alliance Condemns Proposed Fed Fracking Regs
  • Sand Hill Crane Hunt Off The Table For Now
  • Business Grants Available For Paradox Basin
  • Governor To Host Public Meetings On State Policy
  • Metro State College Lowers Tuition For Illegal Immigrants
  • Governor Signs Bill Limiting Opens Records Access
  • DOJ Gas Company Settlement Comments Posted Online, But Not In Federal Register
  • Low Level Air Force Training Flights Return To The Gate
  • Mountain Snowpack All But Gone
  • Wildfire Update
  • Bear Visits Ridgway Wedding
  • Sunrise Mine Fire 30% Contained
  • Bowie Mine Expansion Deadline Wednesday
  • Ouray School A Model For Autistic Students
  • Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Results
  • Roller Derby In Colorado
  • Program To Help Battle White Top On Wright’s Mesa
  • Hewlett Fire Starter Gets Federal Citation
  • Oxbow Secures Coal Lease Expansion
  • Grand Junction Resident Body Found In San Miguel County
  • Free National Park Entrance For Military
  • USDA Producer Assistance Programs Deadline
    • for more information, visit: www.fsa.usda.gov
  • Green River Nuclear Reactor Plans Draw Protesters

 

  • Civil Unions Bill Fails
  • Robocall Claims Special Session Diverted Funds from Economic Recovery
  • Agreement reached for Mount Emmons Project
  • Methods used to unlock fuel controversial in Garfield County Piceance Basin
  • Third-graders hold the line on reading tests in Colorado this year

 

  • Civil Unions Bill Still Alive In Legislature
  • BLM Releases Draft Rule For Frac’ing Fluids Disclosure
  • State Reaches Compromise To Compensate Fire Victims
  • Governor Vetoes Tourism Bill (& Other Bill Updates)
  • Tot Teeth Benefit From Early Dental Care
  • Roaring Fork Valley Hit With Three Bank Robberies In Three Months
  •  State legislature session winding down
  • Western Colorado prone to increased wildfire risk this summer
  • Delta County officials consider ban on open fires
  • Bill to give military children lower college rates has widespread bi-partisan support
  • BLM schedules Oxbow Lease sale
  • BLM releases environmental review of Bowie lease modification
  • Uncompahgre River high today
  • DMEA board candidate forums
  •   Legislators Consider Gender Wage Disparity Bill
  • Civil Unions Bill Gets Moving Again
  • Delta County Commissioners Revise Their Position On NF Oil/Gas Leasing
  • Pinon Ridge Uranium Mill Project Controversy Still Very Much Alive
  • Mesa County Joins In Calling For BLM To Restore Oil-Shale Acres
  • Gunnison County and COGCC Agree On Local Inspections
  • Kebler Pass Will Remain Closed At Least Two More Weeks
  • Nation
  • Governor Discusses Water in Colorado
  • Capitol Coverage: Budget Debate
  • Public Input Sought On Colorado National Mon Park Proposal
  • San Miguel County Considering Regs For Med Marijuana
  • KVNF Sports Report
  • BLM Southwest RAC to Meet In Hotchkiss, Hear Comments
  • Southern Utah Earthquake
  • JeffCo Fire Blows Up In High Winds
  • Budget Update From State Capitol
  • Early Spring Threatens Mountain Butterflies
  • Carbondale Middle School Lets Students Tell Their Story Through Art
  • Sand Hill Crane Count At Fruit Growers Reservoir
  •   State Budget Likely Delayed
  • Colorado Not So Fit As It Once Was
  • West Slope Farmer Helps Pass Cottage Foods Bill
  • House Bill Would Hold Back Third Graders Who Can’t Read
  • First Hantavirus Infection Hits Garfield County
  • Sand Hill Crane Count Update
  • State Lawmakers Working Through Personnel Procedures
  • Boulder DA Pushes Back on Fed Medical Pot Crackdown
  • Bear Ranch Exchange Goes To Congress Soon
  • Montrose Riverway Park Gets Land and Support
  • Early Spring Weather Creates Different Avalanche Danger
  • Montrose School Board President Running For County Commissioner
  • North Fork Sports Report

 

  • State Budget Likely Delayed
  • Colorado Not So Fit As It Once Was
  • West Slope Farmer Helps Pass Cottage Foods Bill
  • House Bill Would Hold Back Third Graders Who Can’t Read
  • First Hantavirus Infection Hits Garfield County
  • Sand Hill Crane Count Update

 

  • State Budget Likely Delayed
  • Colorado Not So Fit As It Once Was
  • West Slope Farmer Helps Pass Cottage Foods Bill
  • House Bill Would Hold Back Third Graders Who Can’t Read
  • First Hantavirus Infection Hits Garfield County
  • Sand Hill Crane Count Update
  •   Multiple Western Slope Fires Signal Fire Season Is Here
  • Capitol Conversation: Legislation Would Reform State Justice System
  • Counties Support Oil Shale, Condemn BLM
  • Companies Relocating To Colorado For Healthy Citizens
  • Work To Begin on Portion of Water Flume On Dolores River
  •   Capitol Conversation: Next Year’s Budget
  • Municipal Elections Ballot Issue Roundup
  • Lake City’s Town Manager retiring
  • More Coloradans skipping health insurance
  • Paonia Shooting Victim Recovering
  • USFS suspends prescribed fires on federal land statewide

Pages