Grand Junction Airport

KVNF Regional Newscast: Monday, Mar. 7, 2016

Mar 7, 2016

  • Grand Junction Airport loses direct flight to Houston
  • Snowpack levels back to normal after dry month
  • State bill that incentives rural teaching jobs advances at the capitol
  • Food bank opens doors at new location
  • Discussion about workplace development with State House Majority Leader  

KVNF Regional Newscast: Friday, Oct. 23, 2015

Oct 23, 2015

  •  Gas bills to drop this winter
  • Grand Junction Airport begins process of bringing down fences, gates
  • Refugee from Myanmar leads the way for others on Colorado’s Western Slope
  • Bus service between Denver and Glenwood Springs expanded

KVNF Regional Newscast: Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015

Aug 13, 2015

  • FBI investigation into Grand Junction Airport fraud is dropped
  • Rocky Mountain Health Plans to raise premium rates by a third
  • A look at the best lightshow in the sky, the Perseid Meteor Shower
  • State agency says Animas River is improving
  • Business groups fight against new EPA air regulations
  • Study finds natural gas development drastically cuts into mule deer habitat

KVNF Regional Newscast: Friday, Aug. 7, 2015

Aug 7, 2015

  • Mine Wastewater Spill Contaminates Animas River In Southwestern Colorado
  • Grand Junction Airport Security Gate Issue Continues, Colorado Congressmen Step In
  • Ute Indian Museum In Montrose Closes For Repairs
  • Connecting The Drops: Water Pricing With Conservation In Mind

KVNF Regional Newscast: Friday, July 17, 2015

Jul 17, 2015


  • Interior Secretary Sally Jewell Visits Colorado
  • Lightning Suspected Cause Of Two Deaths In Aspen Backcountry
  • Authorities Continue Search For Man Who Attacked Ouray Officers
  • Gas Pipeline Proposed For Public Lands In Mesa County
  • Grand Junction Wants Direct Flights To West Coast, L.A
  • Palisade To Get Bike Skills Park
  • City Of Montrose Tries Diagonal Parking Experiment

KVNF Regional Newscast: Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Jun 24, 2015


  • New Colorado Supreme Court Justice Appointed
  • Delta Continues Search For New City Manager 
  • Bicycle Tour of Colorado Stops In Hotchkiss
  • Highway 133 Closes For Blasting North Of Paonia
  • BLM Wants Comments On Grand Junction Airport Land Transfer Plan
  • iSeeChange: Mushroom Hunting 


  • State Democratic Leaders Won't Push Major Policy Changes
  • Grand Junction Airport Investigation Continues as Lawsuit is Filed
  • Colorado Issues First Ever Retail Pot Licenses
  • Colorado State University Researchers Take Part in Oil & Gas Studies


  • Civil Suit Filed against GJ Airport Administration
  • Grand Mesa Plane Crash Victims Were Looking for Lost Cattle
  • Future of Pot Shops in Mountain Village Still Undecided
  • Ouray Residents to weigh in on City Administrator's Performance
  • Future of Mining & Drilling Uncertain Across Western Slope
  • State Economy Has Some Bright Clouds


  • GJ Airport Board Fires Director Rex Tippets
  • Dog-Sledding Owner Charged with Animal Cruelty
  • State of Colorado Will Lower Medical Marijuana Patient Fees
  • Carbondale Set to Lower Retail Marijuana License Fees
  • Udall May Block Nomination of CIA General Counsel
  • State Lawmakers Reflect on Gun Laws
  • Political reporters analyze impacts of the election
  • Sidewalk measure passes in Paonia
  • Chickens have to move
  • 250,000 state residents may lose insurance
  • Grand Junction airport raided by federal agents
  • New Hemp Regulations Unveiled