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Colorado College students are back in two buildings today after a chemical incident in a science lab yesterday afternoon caused evacuations and sent 13 people to the hospital. It also shut down Nevada Avenue. KRCC’s Hannah Sohl reports.Continue Reading →
Nevada Avenue between Cache la Poudre and Uintah in downtown Colorado Springs is closed due to a hazardous material incident at Colorado College. KRCC’s Hannah Sohl reports.Continue Reading →
With an increased flood risk in areas in and near the Waldo Canyon burn scar, county and city officials in the Pikes Peak region are holding a series of meetings to help keep residents informed of alert systems, mitigation efforts, and how they can prepare for the upcoming flood season. KRCC’s Hannah Sohl recently [...]Continue Reading →
On April 2, 2013 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Evening service has returned to some bus routes in Colorado Springs. KRCC’s Hannah Sohl reports.Continue Reading →
On March 15, 2013 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
It was standing room only last night as El Paso County residents attended a town-hall style meeting with county officials on pending gun legislation. As KRCC’s Hannah Sohl reports, El Paso County officials are coming out strong against more gun regulations.Continue Reading →
On March 15, 2013 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
A memorial service is scheduled tomorrow for the first African American graduate of the Air Force Academy. KRCC’s Hannah Sohl has more.Continue Reading →
Universal background checks for all gun purchases, and a ban on high capacity magazines are among the five Democratic backed gun bills clearing the state senate after a vigorous debate yesterday…Amidst possible gun legislation at the statehouse and in Washington, El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa and County Commissioner Peggy Littleton have scheduled a public town hall-style meeting Thursday…A teacher from Center High School in rural Southern Colorado has been awarded a prestigious national teaching award for science and technology.Continue Reading →
On March 11, 2013 By newsroom
A teacher from Center High School in rural Southern Colorado has been awarded a prestigious National teaching award for science and technology. KRCC’s Hannah Sohl reports.Continue Reading →
Welcome to Mise en Place, a journey of culinary delight where anything can happen. Based on the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s list of food by month, KRCC takes a look at farmers, chefs, and fodder, all with a Centennial State bent.
Each month, the state’s agriculture department highlights a commodity and provides a recipe [...]Continue Reading →
Colorado Springs will partner with the city’s utilities to begin retrofitting streetlights with LED technology…and, the Bureau of Land Management is seeking applications from landowners to establish so-called wild horse eco-sanctuaries.Continue Reading →
Energy leaders wrapped up a three-day conference in Colorado Springs yesterday. The goal was to bring together top people in science, policy, and industry, to talk about the future of energy in the United States and globally. Democratic Senator Mark Udall delivered yesterday’s keynote address. KRCC’s Hannah Sohl was there, and has this report.Continue Reading →
Colorado lawmakers are nearing agreement on the state’s first uniform standards for which deaths get a forensic autopsy…Two groups and a Morrison businessman are challenging Colorado’s renewable energy standard…and, the Warrior Games are coming back to Colorado Springs this May.Continue Reading →
About fifty buses from Falcon School District 49 circled the state capitol today with messages for lawmakers who are considering cuts to education funding…A proposal by Colorado lawmakers to combine the Colorado Division of Wildlife with Colorado State Parks is up for review…and, a small earthquake registered near Steamboat Springs early Wednesday morning.Continue Reading →
The secretary of the Army has told Colorado’s senators that the military has no plans to expand a training site in southeast Colorado for at least five years…and, the US Fish and Wildlife Service is beginning a four-year long process of developing a new conservation plan for the Alamosa, Monta Vista, and Baca National [...]Continue Reading →
Governor John Hickenlooper signed seven bills into law today, the first of his administration…An Army led investigation into a helicopter crash in Colorado’s mountains last summer cites operator error among its causes…The Pueblo City Council plans to issue a letter opposing closure of Fort Lyon Correctional Facility near Las Animas, according to the Continue Reading →
On February 23, 2011 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
The Census Bureau says El Paso County has officially surpassed Denver as Colorado’s most populous county and that Hispanics of any race now account for one-fifth of the state’s population…and, a team from Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs recently returned from Panama as part of an amphibian conservation effort.
Listen to a story [...]Continue Reading →
On January 19, 2011 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Army officials report suicide rates at Fort Carson continue to drop…and, the campaign to raise money to help repair Colorado’s capitol dome officially kicked off today.Continue Reading →
Colorado lawmakers are asking the Army to extend the public comment period for a plan to station up to 120 helicopters and 2,700 more soldiers at Fort Carson…Members of an anti-tax group that backed three unsuccessful amendments to limit government spending in Colorado didn’t show up to a hearing today to consider whether the group [...]Continue Reading →
On December 7, 2010 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Prosecutors trying to preserve a federal law aimed at military impostors say the act won’t discourage legitimate free speech because it targets only deliberate falsehoods…The state health department has announced they’re finally caught up with the backlog of medical marijuana card applications…and, the leader of NORAD is marking the Pearl Harbor anniversary by saying the [...]Continue Reading →
On December 3, 2010 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Colorado’s senators are urging the White House and congressional leaders to take action on the federal deficit…Some Colorado businesses are being asked to pay more to fund the state’s unemployment-insurance fund…and, a new Colorado-based animal welfare non-profit has chosen some eastern and southern counties as its first target areas.Continue Reading →
The number of foreclosures in El Paso County rose last month while its southern neighbor also saw a slight increase…and, a recent survey in Trinidad School District #1 shows parents still prefer the telephone as the primary means of communication with school officials.Continue Reading →
Colorado regulators are hearing more on Black Hills Energy’s plan to cut emissions by 2018…and, the search for a new president at Colorado State University-Pueblo is gearing up, as the school brings in an interim president.Continue Reading →
The U.S. Forest Service says beetle-killed trees have been cut down from alongside more than 420 miles of roads and trails in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming this year…and, the Colorado Division of Wildlife is almost finished with its five-year review of fishing regulations.Continue Reading →
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2013 MEADOWGRASS MUSIC FESTIVAL – featuring Blitzen Trapper, Kristen Hersh, Anais Mitchell, Chauncy Crandall & the Rocket Flies, Sera Cahoone, and many many many many more!
Three days and nights of music at beautiful La Foret in Black Forest – Memorial Day Weekend, May 24th, 25th, and 26th.
Full festival details through www.meadowgrassmusicfestival.org
KRCC Member discount tickets available only at the KRCC Studios – 912 N. Weber Street, Colorado Springs, or by calling 719-473-4801 or 1-800-748-2727.
MeadowGrass Pricing and Ticket Information:
• KRCC is selling tickets to MEMBERS of the STATION until Thursday for Friday’s Events, and until Friday for Saturday and Sunday. NO SALES ON SATURDAY. NO GENERAL PUBLIC TICKET SALES AT KRCC.
• Camping is SOLD OUT.
• Day of tickets sale ON SITE ONLY.
• Full festival passes are $90 non-member, $75 KRCC Member
• Day passes are $50 non-member, $40 KRCC Member
7th Annual Blues Under The Bridge – July 20th, 2013
WATERMELON SLIM & THE WORKERS, JOHN HAMMOND, BLUES CARAVAN W/ JOANNE SHAW TAYLOR, THE SLIDE BROTHERS, D.B. REILLY, and THE JUST US LEAGUE
www.BluesUnderTheBridge.com for festival information
KRCC Member tickets on sale for $25. General Public tickets on sale for $35. VIP tickets $91.50. Day of show tickets $40 at the west gate. Tickets available through www.TicketFly.com or at KRCC.
Pre-festival Party Friday July 19th from 5-8pm at the Wyndham Grand Mining Exchange with Watermelon Slim, and Big Jim Adams!
Pikes Peak Center, Saturday October 12th, 2013 8pm
KRCC member pre-show meet and greet opportunity 6:30-7:30pm – pre-show meet and greet tickets available for $40 to members ONLY at the station.
Advance KRCC member tickets on sale now through August 2nd through www.TicketsWest.com. Enter member promo code and click find.
General Public tickets on sale August 2nd, 2013