Attorney General Phil Weiser

  • Honda settles defective airbag suit with Colorado for $1.6M
  • Ouray County offering free COVID testing Aug. 31 & Sep. 1, giving up on mask compliance
  • No charges filed against officers who shot David Martin 17 times in Fruita
  • State says West Elk Mine may have violated the law
  • House Republican sues Gov. Polis over mask mandate
  • Airline industry may not recover for several years
  • KDNK's Kathleen Shannon learns about pandemic EBT from Hunger Free Colorado

  • Town of Paonia begins voluntary watering restrictions
  • Reservoir on Cerro Summit nearly operational again
  • Low cost spay & neuter clinic in Delta this week
  • Colorado partnering with private labs to speed up COVID testing
  • AG Weiser considering legal action to protect USPS
  • COVID-19 a leading cause of death in Colorado
  • Intern Carmen Rodriguez talks to youth about how they spent the summer

  • National Guard tests for coronavirus in Montrose, 2nd case confirmed
  • Unemployment office overwhelmed by applications, system crashes
  • Attorney General says some trials should be postponed
  • Governor Jared Polis signs repeal of state death penalty, commutes 3 sentences
  • Signs of coronavirus ripple effect on Western Slope economy

  • Sweitzer Lake swimming beach closed due to elevated e coli levels
  • Capitol Coverage of recall efforts across the state, including Governor Polis
  • Weiser, Soper to hold town hall on CMU campus in Grand Junction tonight

  • Nelson Ditch fire outside Norwood, Arizona wildfires contribute to heavy smoke in region
  • Attorney General Phil Weiser meeting and greeting on the Western Slope
  • Weiser says local mental health resources, drug prevention programs needed
  • Reactions to the BLM moving part of its headquarters, 27 jobs to Grand Junction