Today on Colorado Edition: We break down how delegates are assigned in our state following the primary results from Super Tuesday. We also check in on where voters around the state stand ahead of Colorado's presidential primary tomorrow. Plus, is wolf reintroduction a question of science or morality? We explore the more holistic debate surround the upcoming ballot issue. We'll also learn more about how Colorado schools are preparing for a potential coronavirus outbreak.
Today on Colorado Edition: how fears of the Coronavirus could affect Colorado’s oil and gas industry. Plus, a look at extra-long trains in Fort Collins. We'll also explore the difference between a town and a city, and visit a fictional town where young people learn useful life skills.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll discuss a bill in the state legislature that would change the way firearms are removed from domestic abusers. Plus, a look at racism and the narrative around the coronavirus. We also explore what happens to a town’s water supply after a power plant closes. And we'll discuss the state’s dairy industry amid declining milk sales.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll learn about the potential impact of the federal Public Charge rule in our state. We'll also look at what the sale of The Greleey Tribune will mean for local news coverage in northern Colorado. Plus, an investigation into the practices of restraint and seclusion in Colorado schools, and a conversation with the co-hosts of the “Latino Northern Colorado” podcast.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll look at polling data that shows how voters in the Mountain West feel about climate issues. And, we’ll learn about the weather modification process called "cloud seeding." We will also hear about how one county is working to separate firearms from people accused of domestic violence, and we will look at a vaccine bill that is up for debate in the Capitol.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll hear a Colorado perspective on disruption caused by the coronavirus. Plus, we’ll learn about ‘Safe Lots’ in our state, and the history of Denver’s first African American female physician, Dr. Justina Ford.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll look at the debate in the state Capitol around paid family leave. Plus, what happened on the day of the “Killdozer” rampage in Granby. We’ll also hear about the debate around oil and gas regulations in Larimer County, and explore a new CBD facility in Greeley.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll get an early look at Colorado’s presidential primary. Plus, state lawmakers are trying to boost reading scores across the state. We’ll also learn about legislation around Holocaust and genocide studies in Colorado.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll hear about a proposed housing development in Fort Collins. Plus, a new bill would allow for more options for after-death care in Colorado. We will also learn about a nonprofit ski area in our state, and visit a museum exhibit dedicated to ‘unmentionable’ objects.
Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll look at what’s ahead for Colorado’s presidential primary, and get the latest from Colorado’s state Capitol. Plus, the history of Nicodemus, and some last-minute Valentine’s Day ideas.