Yoselin Meza MirandaGeneral Assignment Reporter/Weekend Edition Host
As a general assignment reporter, I stay on top of what is happening in our community and in our state. I make sure that my community in Northern Colorado can understand the information that I am delivering. I also host the weekend morning shows and love to connect with listeners with knowing that they are choosing our station for the latest news and weather conditions.
Before starting with KUNC, I worked for MSU Denver’s “Noticiero TVMet” and “The Met Report”. This was my first hands on experience with broadcasting and news writing/producing. During my time at MSU I fell in love with journalism. I learned that I enjoyed talking to others, getting to know their story, and be their voice. I love storytelling. I graduated in May of 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish. As a Latinx journalist, I want my listeners to know I am here for them, whether it’s in English or Spanish.
In 2020 Noticiero TV Met and The Met Report was recognized by the Colorado Broadcasters Association and won Future Broadcasters Award.
When I’m not at work, I can usually be found hanging out with friends, eating, cooking new things, baking cakes, singing or listening to music in my room.
Parents sending kids to school should look out for other fast-spreading viruses going around this season.
Despite the parade being canceled due to weather, the National Western Stock Show is returning to Denver this year. The event is following Denver County mask mandate protocols amid surging COVID-19 cases in Colorado.
During a news conference Wednesday afternoon, Gov. Jared Polis and other health officials say that the “best defense” against the new coronavirus variant is getting vaccinated. Omicron cases have been reported in Weld and Larimer counties this week.
Researchers from institutes in the U.S. and U.K., including at Colorado State University, are taking action to improve soil health and land management strategies in order to build more profitable business for ranchers and farmers.
Whether you are driving or flying this holiday season, here's what you can expect.
A CDOT study examined different categories of 119,842 vehicles in the top 31 Colorado counties — where 85% of traffic fatalities have occurred in the past — and determined that about 87% of drivers and front seat passengers wear their seatbelt, putting our state below the national average of 90%.