capitol conversation

  • Mother saves child from bear attack outside Grand Junction
  • Capitol Conversation discusses end of legislative session last week
  • Lawmakers call recent legislative session most successful in years
  • Most Colorado high school seniors not prepared to pay for college

  • Republican lawmaker faces backlash over support for gun measure
  • Arizona apologizes to other states in ongoing dispute about Colorado River usage
  • Capitol Conversation discusses teacher walkout, school funding

  • Red Flag Bill making its way through the statehouse
  • Bill would allow family, law enforcement members to take guns away
  • SNAP benefits in danger of being cut, would destabilize local economies
  • Capitol Conversation about funding public pensions

  • Teachers rally at state capitol for more education funding
  • Local broadband protections may be the answer for Facebook data thefts
  • Capitol Conversation discusses bills left to work on in remaining session
  • Highway 133 resurfacing project starts April 23rd, lasts to October

  • First draft of Delta County Master Plan completed
  • Three community meetings planned to discuss Master Plan draft
  • Capitol Conversation discusses budget, debate in Senate begins tomorrow
  • CU scientists complete study about Twitter use in Colorado

  • GOP transportation bill passes Senate, moves on to the House
  • Former Paonia resident convicted for second time in murder of his wife
  • Capitol Conversation discusses backlash against Senate President Kevin Grantham
  • Construction projects along I70 will cause travel delays all summer

  • Capitol Conversation discusses transportation bill
  • Transportation bill to be voted on in Senate, gets mixed reviews in House
  • Agreement between Denver and sister city in Mexico about water plan

  • Capitol Conversation discuss public pension plan going through Senate
  • Lack of snow in San Juan Mountains indicates dry year for Colorado River
  • Vaping causes special challenges for teens

  • Capitol Conversation discusses next step in gun issues
  • Fees at Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park set to increase
  • 16-year old Montrose student arrested for making threats on Facebook
  • Bill improving broadband infrastructure goes to full House floor

  • Capitol Conversation discusses fallout from expulsion vote
  • Colorado lags behind other states providing food for needy
  • Parks and Wildlife announcements about two birds in state

  • Capitol Conversation talks guns at the state house
  • Lawmakers skeptical of what security measures to take at state capitol
  • Collection of antler sheds prohibited through end of April
  • Parks and Wildlife to hold two local hunting workshops

  • Capitol Conversation covers pending GOP transportation bill
  • Supreme Court to hear case involving union fees
  • Roundup of regional high school basketball games in listening area

  • Funeral for slain officer in Colorado Springs
  • Update on sexual harassment scandal at statehouse
  • Capitol Conversation discusses agencies that might be defunded
  • Prep wrestling holds regionals, state tournament this weekend

  • Colorado Ethics Commission faces backlash over regulations, CORA
  • Capitol Conversation discusses consumer data protections, opioid epidemic
  • Renewable energy industry in Colorado takes hits from new GOP tax plan

  • Capitol Conversation discusses first week, bills to come at state house
  • Traffic deaths increase around state, lawmakers take up seat belt issues
  • GOP transportation bill passes first committee despite some doubts

  • Capitol Conversation: first week of legislature, upcoming bills
  • Colorado teens finding service, volunteer options online
  • Parks and Wildlife to host trapping workshop in Montrose
  • Schoolhouse in Maher named Montrose County landmark

  • Suspects in Norwood deaths make court appearances
  • Capitol conversation talks about recent special session
  • Lawmakers face gridlock, contention as special session ends
  • Parks and Wildlife, Montrose swap land parcels, create new parks

  • Capitol Conversation discusses end of legislative session
  • Parks and Wildlife urges people to leave young wildlife alone
  • Pay equity for women in Colorado would add $9 billion annually

  • Lack of oil and gas well inspectors hurts safety check effort
  • Lawmakers hope they can get oil and gas mapping bill done
  • Capitol Conversation discusses final days of legislative session
  • Paonia Town Council meets tonight, will get new attorney

  • CO 145 to be closed briefly May 9th for project in West End
  • State motorcycle fatalities hit all time high last year
  • Capitol Conversation discusses Firestone fire, possible legislation

  • Capitol Conversation discusses end of session, unraveling priorities
  • Statewide support for creation of Colorado retirement program
  • 3.5 magnitude earthquakes trembles near Rangely over weekend

  • Paonia Town Council holds special meeting
  • CU research indicates climate change shortens ski season
  • Capitol Conversation discusses teen sexting, oil and gas issues

  • Budget passes state House, goes to final committee
  • Four bills aim to address campaign finance reform in state
  • Capitol Conversation about 2018 race for Governor

  • Capitol Conversation discusses issues with state budget
  • Colorado activists protest SCOTUS nominee Gorsuch
  • Transportation bill, tax hike make it to next step at statehouse
  • CU researchers, Delta County students to conduct air quality workshop

  • Capitol Conversation discusses tax hike for transportation
  • Undocumented immigrants contribute large tax base to Colorado
  • Delta schoolbus involved in Highway 50 accident
  • Police chief, speed limits on Paonia Town Council agenda

  • Bill would help victims of assault break their leases
  • Colorado lawmakers face massive budget shortfall
  • Capitol Conversation discusses budget shortfall
  • Eckert Crane Days ending today

  • Capitol Conversation discusses possible tax hike for transportation
  • Colorado scientists, environmentalists concern about new EPA director
  • TABOR bill faces uncertain future at state house

  • Capitol Conversation discusses amending TABOR
  • Colorado and Western states urge methane waste rule changes

  • Capitol conversation discusses two bills about marijuana clubs
  • Twice delayed CORA bill finally to go before committee
  • Lawmakers contemplate banning harmful practice for teens

  • New bill would alter TABOR to help fund infrastructure
  • Capitol Conversation discusses legislative term at one-third mark
  • Colorado groups ask for oversight of mega-mergers in pesticide market

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