Sexual harassment at state capitol

  • State patrol recording casts doubt on lawmaker's story
  • Bill at statehouse would help Coloradans pay surprise medical fees
  • Science symposium at Paonia High School examines air quality
  • CU professors and mentors team with local students

  • Capitol Coverage discusses recent report on sexual harassment
  • Report estimates over 30 percent of workers at capitol witnessed harassment
  • KDNK interview with Congressman Scott Tipton
  • Tipton discusses omnibus budget, opioid crisis in Colorado

  • Naturita voters approve recreational marijuana
  • Mayor of Naturita talks about legal, illegal weed on the West End
  • Outside firm studies state capitol, suggests that sexual harassment is rampant
  • Delta County Administrator discusses new resolution, open meetings

  • Grantham says Senate procedures not going to change after historic vote
  • Zombie Trailers in Naturita causing problems for town officials
  • Snowpack melting faster due to dust in snow

  • A second accuser comes forward in Senator Baumgardner's case at state capitol
  • Plans in motion to build second largest solar farm in the state
  • US Forest Service wants to raise cost of Christmas tree cutting permits
  • Statewide marijuana revenue, sales largest ever in 2017
  • Politicians in West still hope to move BLM headquarters to Grand Junction

  • Another Republican lawmaker accused of harassment at statehouse
  • Bill would give tax benefits to families paying for health care out of pocket
  • Feature on the future of agreements about the Colorado River

  • Statehouse Democrats want punishment for Republican lawmaker
  • Montrose funeral home investigated by the FBI
  • Colorado Springs deputy, shooter identified
  • Multiple groups urge bill for paid medical leave for workers
  • Delta County Commissioners enact new state marijuana regulations

  • Columbine Middle School in Montrose to represent at technology summit
  • Rebuilding program at CMS in Montrose on schedule, will open in August
  • Republicans might not announce punishment for sexual harassment claims
  • US Forest Service establishes camping permit system at Conundrum Hot Springs

  • Delta High School, community saddened by suicide of student
  • Under Zinke's reorganization, BLM, other agencies might move to Grand Junction
  • Statehouse Republican leader may not release punishment in sexual harassment claim
  • Water managers fear several rivers will run dry this year after winter drought
  • Colorado Springs police officer shot, third policeman in state killed this year

  • Complaint against Sen. Baumgardner found to be credible
  • Utilities in Colorado want to join Arkansas on power grid
  • Rare plant in Gunnison County to be studied by scientists

  • Spate of harassment claims in November cloud state house
  • Lawmakers look for ways to move forward with business
  • GOP tax bill will both help, hurt renewable energy production

  • New allegations against Representative Lebsock at state house
  • Tipton wants to move BLM headquarters to Grand Junction
  • Bill introduced that would fund Colorado energy office

  • Representative Lebsock defends records, makes accusations in letter
  • Harassment claims cloud state legislature
  • Tipton talks jobs, opioid epidemic, and moving the BLM West

  • Colorado legislative session opens, first day speeches
  • Cloud of sexual harassment hangs over State Capitol
  • Lawmakers face issues in transportation, health care, retirement
  • Paonia hosts Cedaredge in matchup of top two teams in 2A wrestling

  • 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

  • Rural health clinics throughout the state in danger of losing funding
  • Special post created at state house to process harassment claims
  • Lawmakers still not certain how to proceed with so many harassment claims
  • Bill in congress could potentially help endangered wildlife in Colorado

  • Navy junior ROTC at Montrose High wins state championship
  • Montrose junior marksmen balance school, work, shooting
  • Lawmakers to reconsider rules for reporting sexual harassment
  • Patagonia sues to prevent Bears Ears cutback

  • 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

  • Lawmakers call for ouster of Representative Steve Lebsock
  • Dead body discovered in ditch outside of Olathe
  • President Trump goes to Utah to cut back size of monuments
  • November one of the warmest months on record in Grand Junction

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

  • Representative Steve Lebsock will not resign amid allegations
  • Paonia Town Council terminates park contract, works on budget
  • Lawyer suing to name Colorado River a person facing sanctions
  • One student sent threats of shooting, bombs at Telluride High School
  • Sentaor Baumgardner latest accused of harassment at state capitol
  • Towns of Hotchkiss, Paonia both seeking to hire a police officer

  • 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

  • Two Republicans accused of harassment at State Capitol
  • Total of 4 lawmakers in Denver accused of harassment this week
  • Special program allows big discounts on prescription medicines
  • All Colorado residents eligible for Colorado Drug Card
  • Congress urged to step in before public lands are sold

  • Another harassment claim filed against Lebsock
  • A second lawmaker at state capitol accused of harassment
  • House, Senate leaders propose harassment training initiatives
  • Lawsuit to name Colorado River a person postponed
  • New magnetic levitation transit system to be tested on Front Range
  • Homegrown Montrose soldier to receive Silver Star

  • Delta County holding public meetings about master plan
  • Update on the sexual harassment scandal at the state house
  • Children 5 to 16 years old have tripled time using mobile devices
  • Parks and Wildlife advises caution during deer rutting season

  • Representative and Treasurer candidate Steve Lebsock accused of harassment
  • Governor John Hickenlooper calls for Lebsock's resignation
  • Ongoing reaction at State Capitol to sexual harassment scandal
  • 17,000 Colorado residents await DACA decision by Congress

  • 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