CDLE

Gavin Dahl

  • Governor: 'We are ready to booster all Coloradans'
  • Number of Coloradans hospitalized with COVID keeps climbing
  • Montrose Memorial Hospital so full some patients transferred out of state, ER using hallway beds
  • Delta Schools COVID policy change does not effect parents' rights to paid sick leave
  • Kate Redmond reports on Delta County Commissioners meeting
  • Montrose Library's Sara Rinne talks about NEA Big Read, classic Jack London novel Call of the Wild & s

Kaspar Keil

  • 6 tons of rock fell on Ouray Hydro Power Plant intake pipe
  • Suspect arrested in murder of Ana Victoria Rascon
  • State auditor harshly criticizes Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
  • BLM conducting prescribed burns this week along Govt Springs Rd & on Dry Mesa
  • State lawmakers have more money to spend in next year's budget than originally thought
  • After ticket money vaporized, thousands of event organizers and venues will see relief thanks to a settlement reached between WA state attorney general's office & Brown Paper Tickets

  • Polis extends Colorado's emergency disaster declaration
  • Colorado General Assembly reconvenes today
  • Census Bureau alerts states population data could be six months delayed
  • Advocates celebrate federal judge's ruling to protect millions of acres of sage grouse habitat
  • KVNF's Gavin Dahl shares highlights from CDLE video on rampant unemployment fraud in Colorado

The pandemic has left millions of people without jobs and created an opportunity for hackers and identity thieves to use info obtained by data breaches to apply for unemployment benefits. This type of fraud is rampant in Colorado. Victims of unemployment fraud who had previously submitted reports to the state were finally contacted via bulk email in early February and notified those reports are under investigation, after weeks or even months with no word from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.