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Lauren Boebert

  • Montrose High student tests positive for COVID-19 
  • Laurel House for homeless aged 18-24 opens in Grand Junction
  • Colorado Chief Medical Officer Eric France recommends flu shots 
  • New study shows cities with more undocumented immigrants do not have higher crime
  • Part one of KVNF's interview with Republican congressional candidate Lauren Boebert 

  

  • Gov. Polis bans open burning amidst 4 major Colorado wildfires
  • CDPHE releases COVID-19 guidance to help parents make school decisions
  • Eligible unemployed Coloradans can get additional money
  • New survey: Reopening schools not safe
  • Cowboy up, mask up
  • Initiative to lower state income tax qualifies for Nov. ballot
  • Air quality expert Andrea Holland shares advice. See smoke forecast outlooks here.

Luke Runyon

  • Delta County has seen 101 positive COVID-19 cases and one death
  • State's top epidemiologist says the spread of COVID-19 in Colorado appears to be stablizing
  • A Denver judge rejected a lawsuit by restaurant owners filed against Colorado's health department
  • Fake news runs rampant and one culprit, Sinclair Broadcast Group, owns TV stations in our region
  • Western states are diving into sewers looking for evidence of coronavirus 

State Pushes Hospitals To Serve Healthy Food

Nov 12, 2014
Flickr user Ableman

A new program is starting this week to fight one of Colorado’s biggest health threats: obesity.

Pinion Ridge Mill In Limbo, Again

Sep 22, 2014

The Pinion Ridge Uranium Mill is in the middle of some uncertainty, and not for the first time. 

Nathan Rice

A hearing officer is making no recommendation about whether to approve or deny a license for the Pinyon Ridge uranium mill in western Montrose County. Instead, he's leaving the decision to state regulators. Retired judge Richard Dana submitted his six-page ruling to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment yesterday. From KOTO in Telluride, Stephen Barrett reports.

KVNF Local Newscast: Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Apr 18, 2012

  •   Legislators Consider Gender Wage Disparity Bill
  • Civil Unions Bill Gets Moving Again
  • Delta County Commissioners Revise Their Position On NF Oil/Gas Leasing
  • Pinon Ridge Uranium Mill Project Controversy Still Very Much Alive
  • Mesa County Joins In Calling For BLM To Restore Oil-Shale Acres
  • Gunnison County and COGCC Agree On Local Inspections
  • Kebler Pass Will Remain Closed At Least Two More Weeks
  • Nation