KDNK's January Jones talks with Vern L. Howard, chair of the Colorado MLK Commission, about the importance of celebrating the day set aside to honor the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
For this week's News Brief, Amy Hadden Marsh talks with Dr. Carrie Hauser, president and CEO of Colorado Mountain College, about President Obama's tuition-free, community college initiative. KDNK's Eye on Crime takes a look at Glenwood Springs.
Gov. John Hickenlooper today delivered his third State of the State address. The governor’s remarks focused on the economy, education, transportation and budget challenges.
Click here to listen to the entire speech.
Carbondale has been through lots of changes over the last few years. The town planning department plays a key role in shaping what the town looks like. In this series of conversations, KDNK’s January Jones takes a closer look at what’s ahead with Planning Director Janet Buck. Click here to listen to the planning features.
The Basalt Police Department released images today of a person who robbed Jimbo's Wine and Liquor Friday night. Basalt Police Chief Greg Knott says that around 9:50 pm, a white male entered the business on Basalt Center Circle. The store employee complied and was not hurt during the incident. According to the Aspen Times, the suspect got away with $1,400. The images released today are from the liquor store's security cameras and show the suspect behind the counter at the liquor store. Police also have images from a camera outside Alpine Bank, which captured the man walking through the bank’s back parking lot toward the liquor store shortly before the robbery. A different camera showed the man walking east down the sidewalk on Midland Avenue. If you have any information about this crime, the Basalt Police Department wants you to call them at (970) 927-4316.
State Representative Lori Saine from Colorado's 63rd District introduced a felony DUI bill into the state legislature last week. A similar bill failed last spring. But, Saine told KDNK's Amy HaddenMarsh that this year’s bill is different, and includes prevention measures, like extending the mandatory time frame for interlock devices, which keep cars from starting if the driver has been drinking.
In today’s feature, KDNK’s January Jones wraps up a conversation with Carbondale Planning Director Janet Buck about the Unified Development Code. Buck discusses module 2, which opens up changes to development rules in existing zoning districts.
For this week’s news brief, January Jones talks about hot issues for Glenwood Springs in 2015 with Randy Essex and Amy Hadden Marsh has her eye on crime with news from the Carbondale Police Department.
President Obama’s Executive Orders on Immigration Reform makes significant changes to enforcement actions. In an interview with KDNK’s January Jones, immigration attorney Jennifer Smith explains the revised deportation priorities.
Between 2011 and 2013, Garfield County saw a drop in sheriff deputy calls, investigated casesand the amount of tickets issued by deputies. For this week's News Brief, KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh and Walt Stowe of the Garfield County Sheriff's Department talk about crime in the county.