Capitol Coverage

  • Colorado lawmaker brings loaded gun to DIA, no charges filed
  • Resignation of committee in Dept. of Interior displays conflict with Zinke
  • Snowmobile Awareness week kicks off, report from Crested Butte
  • Hotchkiss visits Paonia in basketball, boys pull off a shocking upset

  • Tension at State Capitol after Trump's immigration remarks
  • School District 51 in Mesa County announces administration overhaul
  • Governor John Hickenlooper gives last state of the state address

  • Governor Hickenlooper on eve of last legislative session
  • Capitol Coverage talks broadband, PERA, sexual harassment with Governor
  • Legislature opens Wednesday, lawmakers hope for progress
  • New minimum wage increases not likely to help struggling Colorado families

  • Capitol Coverage preview upcoming legislative session
  • House minority leader sets priorities for lawmakers
  • Cloud of sexual harassment culture hangs over State House
  • Statewide abortion, teen pregnancy rates on the decline

  • Senator Cory Gardner, Republicans want Doug Jones to vote GOP
  • White tailed prairie dog will not be listed as endangered
  • Constituents react to accused lawmakers at state house
  • Most voters want lawmakers accused of harassment to resign

  • Hinsdale County Courthouse gets facelift
  • Lawmaker charged after bringing a gun to Denver International Airport
  • KSJD report on school shooting in Aztec, New Mexico
  • BLM suspends rules on methane gas collection

  • State lawmaker brings gun to airport, under investigation
  • Dreamers from Colorado go to DC to seek action on DACA
  • Water chemistry: why can't we just make water? KUNC reports

  • Four lawmakers at state house face formal harassment complaints
  • Zinke's plans, actions opposite of conservationist mentor Theodore Roosevelt

  • Capitol Coverage of ongoing sexual harassment at state house
  • More accusers stepping forward at state capitol, feature story
  • Court case in DC will have impact on state, national journalists

  • 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

  • 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 moves forward with bipartisan health care plan
  • Solar tariffs threaten energy infrastructure, jobs in Colorado
  • Capitol Coverage of the possible repeal of DACA
  • Children of immigrants in Colorado face uncertainty as they plan for college

  • Conundrum Hot Springs overuse causes conundrum for land managers
  • Xcel Energy's proposed Colorado Energy Plan receiving tentative support
  • Capitol Coverage of President Trump's plan to get rid of DACA
  • Local prep football teams kickoff the new season

  • Capitol Coverage beat reporter Bente Birkeland in studio
  • Governor's race, transportation, rural/urban divide all issues facing lawmakers
  • 25th annual Olathe Sweet Corn Festival is tomorrow

  • Capitol Coverage of transgender ban in military
  • Transgender veteran of 20 years confident military won't make snap decision
  • Protests across country hope to save ACA
  • Montrose County names new attorney

  • Gutzler Fire triples in size
  • Fire near Breckenridge forces 450 home evacuations
  • Capitol Coverage discusses marijuana tax money
  • Trump Administration prepares to rollback water pollution regulations

The Scripps Agency

KVNF News talks with State Sentor Kerry Donovan, Representative Millie Hamner, Capitol Coverage reporter Bente Birkeland and Delta County Memorial Hospital Administrator Jason Cleckler about the Colorado Legislative session. Hospitals and transportation were the hot issues in Denver this year.

  • Sen. Kerry Donovan, Rep. Millie Hamner discuss last days of session
  • Capitol Coverage reporter Bente Birkeland from statehouse
  • Mother of All Anti Regulation Bills causes concern in Colorado

  • Capitol Coverage of end of legislative session
  • Paonia environmentalist shares perspective on climate, science marches

  • Colorado residents support BLM measures to cut oil and gas waste
  • Capitol Coverage feature on tax hike to pay for transportation
  • Parks and Wildlife urges residents to take steps to be Bear Aware

  • Lawmakers face deadline today to pass budget
  • Parks and Wildlife produces beehive enclosure how-to video
  • Capitol Coverage interviews reporter about open access to records

  • Tempers flare at state house, bills dying in final days of session
  • Colorado cities take part in science marches for Earth Day
  • Paonia Senior Center hosts 90's Celebration, Bake Sale

  • Joint budget committee to finalize state budget
  • Food banks target Colorado seniors with limited budgets
  • Health care town hall tonight in Hotchkiss

  • Air Quality science symposium at PHS tonight
  • Lawmakers have many bills left with five weeks remaining
  • Montrose County BoCC votes to eliminate development impact fee
  • BLM seeks public input about change to Arkansas River land management
  • CPW fishing licenses officially in effect for April 1st

  • Lawmakers discuss, pass state budget in Senate
  • Water sampling in Gunnison County helps ranchers plan ahead

  • Details emerge in Delta schoolbus crash
  • Local voices talk about medical coverage in Colorado
  • Solar industry adds Colorado jobs in 2016
  • Lawmakers take up the budget at statehouse

  • State house debates oil and gas setbacks
  • CDOT announces St. Patrick's Day DUI arrests up this year
  • KBUT report about attendance at Curecanti, Blue Mesa
  • Montrose Animal Shelter now open every day
  • Unemployment rate  in Colorado unchanged in February

  • Driverless cars could soon be tested in Colorado
  • Colorado voters oppose cuts to food stamps, school lunch program
  • Tax hike for transportation debated, passed first round at state house

  • Bill would limit number of suspensions for young school kids
  • Parks and Wildlife ends deer baiting program in Gunnison
  • Hunting license allotments to be issued for Gunnison Basin
  • Deer hunting workshop to be held in Montrose
  • Passage of new health care bill would raise rates for Colorado seniors
  • Lawmakers want police to have more access to mental health professionals

  • 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

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