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On January 30, 2013 By Craig Richardson
Colorado College English professor and Canadian, Steven Hayward presents a primer of sorts for fed-up Americans who’ve proclaimed, for myriad reasons, that they’ve had it with America and now they’re moving to Canada.Continue Reading →
On January 21, 2013 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Two Southern Colorado groups are representing the Centennial State today’s Presidential Inaugural Parade. KRCC’s Martha Perez-Sanz caught up with them last week and has more.Continue Reading →
On January 17, 2013 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Pueblo County emergency officials are running a biennial survey in a continuous effort to improve the readiness of people who live there. KRCC’s Eliza Densmore reports.Continue Reading →
Vestas wind energy company plans to hire more than 100 workers at its Pueblo plant…Pueblo County emergency officials are running a biennial survey in a continuous effort to improve the readiness of people who live there…The Colorado legislature prints millions of pieces of paper each year, costing the state a hefty sum. But that could soon be a thing of the past. This year in an effort to cut down on costs, each of the 100 lawmakers received new iPads.Continue Reading →
The El Paso County Department of Human Services is changing its practice to try and reduce the number of young people in care outside the home, or congregate care. KRCC’s Eliza Densmore reports.Continue Reading →
On November 29, 2012 By newsroom
Colorado Springs is among the top 15 fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country according to one newly released demographic projection.Continue Reading →
Fort Carson is hosting nearly 300 soldiers and 30 helicopters from Fort Riley in Kansas for high altitude training. KRCC’s Eliza Densmore reports.Continue Reading →
Colorado Springs City Council yesterday gave initial approval to regulations concerning oil and gas drilling within city limits…Council also voted in favor of a ban on panhandling in the downtown area…Fort Carson is hosting nearly 300 soldiers and 30 helicopters from Fort Riley in Kansas for high altitude training…Firefighters battling the Fern Lake Fire in Rocky Mountain National Park have ordered more resources to help contain the blaze.Continue Reading →
Many of the hundreds of rape kits that Colorado police departments receive are never tested.Continue Reading →
The Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments has recently launched a new online forum that aims to make medical information easily accessible to seniors and adults with disabilities. KRCC’s Elizabeth Schoder reports.Continue Reading →
On November 7, 2012 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Voters across the country took part in election night watch parties yesterday, and El Paso County was no exception. KRCC reporters attended the Democratic and Republican gatherings in the county, and this report starts with Kate Dunn, who spent the evening with the El Paso County Republicans.
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On November 2, 2012 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Colorado will provide this year’s U. S. Capitol Christmas Tree. The tree comes from White River National Forest in Northwest Colorado, near the town of Meeker, and it begins its journey today. KRCC’s Kate Dunn reports.Continue Reading →
On October 31, 2012 By newsroom
Friends of Garden of the Gods has donated $20,000 to help keep water flowing freely through the park.Continue Reading →
With the election now only one week away, nearly a quarter of Colorado voters have already cast their ballots…Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach has announced the formation of what he’s calling the Pension Solutions Team…El Paso County Health officials are reporting the first hospitalized flu patients this season…The National Wildlife Federation recently released the results of their Hunters and Anglers survey…and, more.Continue Reading →
On October 29, 2012 By newsroom
A pending agreement with state officials may make water quality testing a requirement for obtaining drilling permits in El Paso county.Continue Reading →
Colorado’s unemployment rate ticked down two-tenths of a percent last month, to 8 percent…The USA Pro Challenge cycling race brought nearly 100 million dollars into the state.Continue Reading →
The World War II Amache Japanese Internment Camp in southeastern Colorado is the subject of an exhibit at The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs opening today.Continue Reading →
On October 8, 2012 By Delaney Utterback
Yes, there will be cider and pumpkin pie!
Visiting Writers Series: Peter Behrens
Mon., October 8, 2012, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Even though temperatures reached near freezing across much of the Front Range last night, other parts of the state are seeing fire activity. KRCC’s Elizabeth Schoder reports.Continue Reading →
On October 3, 2012 By newsroom
Drought conditions this year have affected waterfowl habitats in eastern Colorado so that hunters may have trouble finding ducks and geese this fall and winter.Continue Reading →