We found 453 matches for this topic...1 to 10 are displayed below.
A new and highly dangerous computer virus is making its way into computers worldwide. It's the TeslaCrypt virus, AKA the Wordpress Virus. And, it's ransomware. KDNK Geek Speak co-host Louie Girardot explained how the virus works on this week's show. Girardot advises backing up your computer data and unplugging all back-up drives. Click here to listen to the whole show and for details about how to protect your computer.
RE-2 Schools in Garfield County, RE-2 Roaring Fork School Distict and the Aspen School District are closed today. Many daycare centers and preschools follow school closures, so check with your provider this morning. Colorado Mountain College locations in Rifle, Aspen, Spring Valley, the Glenwood Center and the Lappala Center in Carbondale are closed today.
RFSD & Aspen Schools CLOSED on TUESDAY, FEB. 2nd.
Carbondale voters will consider a Climate Excise Tax this spring. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report about what led town trustees to approve the upcoming ballot question.
Congressman Scott Tipton swung through the Roaring Fork Valley on a tour of western Colorado last Thursday. One of his stops was Carbondale. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission said "no" last week to the reintroduction of any kind of wolf into Colorado. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more.
Carbondale voters will consider a property tax increase this spring for capital construction. As KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh reports, there may be no other way to pay for town infrastructure needs.
Paul Andersen, founder of Huts for Vets, is leading a series of 5 community discussions about challenges veterans face in life after war. Andersen told KDNK’s January Jones that it’s not a veterans issue- it’s a community issue.
Today many schools and government offices are closed for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The Colorado Holiday Commission organizes events statewide today and year round. They'll hold a march and parade today in Denver and thousands of people are expected to turn out in the streets for it. KDNK’s January Jones has this story, featuring an interview with the Colorado Commission Chair Vern L. Howard.
In Part 2 of KDNK’s 2015 environmental news wrap-up, Amy Hadden Marsh looks back at some of the highlights from public lands stories.