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  • News
    Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll hear an “actionist” from Aurora’s reaction to the appointment of the city’s new police chief. Plus, how Colorado State University’s football team is handling the coronavirus. We’ll also learn about preparations for ski season in the Roaring Fork Valley, and get a preview of the Avalanche’s upcoming season.
  • Education
    While K-12 schools work on hybrid learning models for the fall, Colorado’s major universities are creating plans to keep students healthy in on-campus housing.
  • News
    The Pine Gulch Fire north of Grand Junction has grown to over 18 square miles in hot and dry conditions that are expected to continue through Friday.
  • Today on Colorado Edition: We break down the statewide questions that will show up on ballots this November. We also hear about a deal between Xcel Energy and the city of Boulder that could spell the end of the city’s quest for a municipal utility. Plus, we hear about mental health services for students in the Adams 14 school district being moved online, and we travel to the US-Canada border to hear how the border shutdown is affecting local communities.
  • News
    The U.S. government settled a lawsuit Wednesday brought by the state of Utah over a mine waste spill caused by federal workers that sent wastewater downstream to several states from the inactive Gold King Mine in southwestern Colorado five years ago.
  • News
    Following months of community unrest, Aurora’s city council appointed Vanessa Wilson as the city’s new chief of police in a 10-1 vote Monday night. Wilson, who has been serving as the interim police chief and has been on the force for 23 years, will take the position at a time of great upheaval.
  • News
    Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll learn about the local impacts from the Great American Outdoors Act. Plus, we’ll hear from a local teacher about schools opening in the fall, talk with Aurora’s new police chief, and learn about the impact of the closure of the U.S.-Canada border on a small town in Montana.
  • Politics
    Seminars at Steamboat invites you to join us when retired U.S. Navy Admiral and former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO Jim Stavridis describes the leadership tools necessary to work through this crisis, the geopolitics of a new emerging global security environment and how the virus will affect not only the U.S. but also developed and emerging economies around the world.
  • Environment
    President Donald Trump has signed the Great American Outdoors Act. The act, which was co-sponsored by Colorado Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, secures funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund and allocates nearly $3 billion to help maintain the national parks.
  • Politics
    Seminars at Steamboat invites you to join us for not only an important global topic but also one that is especially so in Northwest Colorado. Sandra Postel, director and founder of the Global Water Policy Project and world expert on fresh water issues and related ecosystems, discusses the current tipping point and how we can best ensure water security.
  • While virologists work on a vaccine for COVID-19, psychologists are working on changing the way we view our individual role within the pandemic.
  • Community
    Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha on Friday. As with most aspects of life these days, the important holy celebration was different this year because of COVID-19.