KVNF Regional Newscast

Weekdays at 8:00 a.m. & 5:50 p.m.

Tune in weekdays after Morning Edition and during 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. (You can also subscribe to the newscasts using the Podcast or RSS link at right, under "Ways to Connect.")

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.
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Ways to Connect

  • Cedaredge board eliminates golf benefit to boost trustees, mayor salary
  • Most comments at BLM meetings support canceling Thompson Divide leases
  • Head of Colorado Department of Natural Resources Resigns
  • Wary of plastic Christmas trees, growers rally around the real thing

  • Lake City voters approve OHVs on town roads
  • Winter storm increases avalanche conditions
  • Public safety officials brief lawmakers on state trooper numbers
  • New map shows natural resource data for North Fork
  • Researchers develop new carbon capture technology

  • Olathe Main Street improvement project wraps up
  • Telluride Foundation, Fort Lewis College receive grant for SW innovation corridor
  • Hickenlooper lobbies farmers to support state water plan
  • Longmont, Fort Collins fracking cases get their say in state’s highest court

  • SMPA transformer used for target practice
  • More tests now available for high school equivalency
  • Lake City pays another $15K to finish Armory renovation
  • Oil and gas health reporting hotline now available for the state
  • Palisade Pharmacy settles with feds over drug handling

  • A discussion about Paonia’s budget for next year
  • Colorado ranks highest in the nation for physical activity
  • Joe Cocker car auction won by Grand Junction couple

  • Colorado Supreme Court hears fracking cases
  • Hilltop receives $60K for domestic violence, senior daycare programs
  • Ski season brings big economic gains to Colorado
  • The four steps of climate change denial

  • Feds approve natural gas development near Somerset
  • Carbondale pot shop targeted by armed robbers
  • Forest Service officials discuss the Colorado Roadless Rule exemption
  • Agencies partner to give Christmas trees to those in need

  • Delta County’s only homeless shelter gets a permanent space
  • Dispute between city, county of Montrose ends up in court
  • Hinsdale County gets more money for tourism
  • Colorado economy looking strong going forward

  •   Water around North Fork Area given clean bill of health
  • A recent report finds many Coloradans continue to struggle to make ends meet
  • Former Clerk sues Paonia for wrongful termination
  • Funeral held for slain police officer

  • Guilty plea in Montrose dental clinic theft
  • US Forest Service to hold open house about roadless rule
  • CDOT focuses on I-70 this winter
  • Ute Indian Museum breaks ground on new expansion
  • Lawmakers already planning out next years budget

  •   Guilty plea in Montrose dental clinic theft
  • US Forest Service to hold open house about roadless rule
  • CDOT focuses on I70 this winter
  • Ute Indian Museum breaks ground on new expansion
  • Lawmakers already planning out next years budget

  • Delta announces city manager hire
  • BLM gates road closed to OHV travel near Lake City
  • Report finds Colorado ‘toddling’ towards early childhood literacy
  • There are jobs in ag, there’s just not enough new grads to fill ‘em

  • USA Pro Challenge draws financial support in Grand Junction
  • Mesa County woman gets 30 years in toddler’s death
  • State’s top health official requests funding for successful contraceptive program
  • Colorado joins global effort to combat AIDS
  • Region 10 expands small business consulting services

  • Ariel big game survey about to begin
  • Paonia Eagles lose state championship in close matchup
  • Road closures begin on BLM land
  • Environmental groups request denial of coal projects
  • Colorado tourism officials give out grant money to bring in visitors
  • Authorities release information about Colorado Springs victims

  • Two brothers alive after massive avalanche in Ophir backcountry 
  • Region 10 prepares for costs of fiber optic
  • Colorado looking towards population boom in coming years

  • Colorado opens up parks on black Friday
  • San Miguel County Sheriff refuses to sign petition
  • States grapple with ramifications of Clean Power Plan

  • Cedaredge waits 2 years for federal response to a lost letter
  • CMU to offer surgical tech degree
  • Bowie Resource Partners buys up three new mines
  • A look at the carbon impact of Thanksgiving

  • Lake City prepares for a special election
  • Agencies band together to save Colorado native fishes
  • November wildfire destroys structures, causes evacuations
  • Montrose warrant stop ends in suicide

  •  Time bank hits milestone
  • Officials fight to lower CMU suicide rate
  • Republican lawmakers petition to keep refugees out, but some don’t sign on
  • Gas pries continue to drop ahead of holiday travel
  • Voter turnout dips for 2015

  • Roadless Rule Exemption back on track
  • Counties conflicted over pay raises
  • Officials warn about stomach virus spreading
  • Longer growing seasons could mean good news and bad news for growers

  • Hickenlooper defends Syrian refugee policy
  • Delta County Library Board responds after district director leaves
  • Norwood woman seriously injured in backcountry snowmobile accident
  • BLM releases draft EIS for White River National Forest oil & gas leases
  • BLM recommends cancelling 17 oil & gas leases on Roan Plateau
  • DMEA hosts energy efficiency forum in Hotchkiss

  • Child advocacy center in Montrose receives national accreditation
  • SMPA partners with Nucla, Naturita, Norwood on LED lighting
  • Arch Coal considers bankruptcy
  • Hillary Clinton's plan for coal country

  • Power outages affect DMEA customers
  • More snow forecasted for Western Slope
  • Shepherds get minimum wage increase
  • Hickenlooper says Colorado open to Syrian refugees
  • Local control over oil and gas development considered

  • State Supreme Court to hear Mesa County School Board eligibility case
  • Christmas tree permits for GMUG National Forest go on sale
  • Hickenlooper announces new state tourism director
  • Stories of the River: Solutions to the Crisis

  • GJPD: Officers struck by reckless driver
  • Suspicious device at Telluride gas station deemed safe
  • CSU study finds no evidence of dangerous oil, gas contaminants in water
  • Can small communities tackle global food security?

  • 18-year-old woman missing from Montrose
  • Coal companies struggle
  • Lt. Gov. Garcia resigns, talks higher education

  • Lt. Gov. Garcia to step down to lead education organization
  • Delta County Libraries sees changes to management
  • CMU creates endowment for energy scholarships
  • Western Slope doctor takes plea deal
  • A conversation with Connect for Health regional manager

  • Proposed bill would limit punishment for sexting teens
  • High demand causes shortage of flu vaccine
  • Healthcare initiative to be on next year’s ballot
  • Clean Power Plan divides Gov. Hickenlooper, Attorney General Coffman

  • Delta closes in on finalists for city manager, again
  • Teacher Union lawsuit advances through state courts
  • Mesa County School District fires PR chief
  • Ridgway schools put out call to fill empty board positions
  • Delta County revenues flat, bigger cuts loom for 2017
  • CDOT enforces snow tire rule, opens extra lane to ease traffic

  •  Colorado voters let state keep marijuana tax money
  • Western Slope communities say yes to broadband
  • Montrose County voters reject library mill levy
  • Regional election results
  • DOI says taxpayers shouldn't be "saddled" with coal cleanup costs

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