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Peter Rogoff, the administrator of the Federal Transit Administration, says RFTA's bus rapid transit program is an important model for regions all around the nation with similar public transportation needs. He came to Carbondale to help celebrate RFTA's groundbreaking ceremony in Carbondale, and spoke with KDNK's Eric Skalac about the role of the FTA, and about the importance of rapid transit for rural areas.(Click here for the full interview with Rogoff.)
World renowned Colorado resident and Alternative Radio founder David Barsamian is back in Boulder after returning from a trip to India. As KDNK's Ed Williams reports, Barsamian's trip abroad didn't work out the way he had planned.
Steel artifacts from the World Trade Center arrived in Denver Monday. They will be part of next month's commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks. KDNK’s Daniel Costello reports.
Towns and communities throughout the state are struggling with how best to regulate medical marijuana. Last year the state legislature passed laws aimed at further defining rules for the industry. But the state is allowing communities to write their own rules on certain aspects. And as KDNK's Conrad Wilson reports, one of those is the distance dispensaries can be from schools.Map #1
: Areas in blue show where dispensaries would be prohibited if a 1000 foot ban between dispensaries and schools was implemented in Carbondale.
: In this map, the areas in blue show where dispensaries would be prohibited if a 500 foot ban between dispensaries and schools was implemented in Carbondale.
The search dragged on in Utah Monday as police looked for a man accused of shooting a state park ranger. KDNK's Conrad Wilson has been following the story and has this report.
Evacuees from the fourmile fire just west of downtown Boulder are still in limbo as they grabble with uncertainty and in some cases must adjust to a new life without their homes or belongings. The fire has already destroyed more houses than any wildfire in Colorado history. KDNK's Bente Birkeland has more form Boulder.
Evacuees from the fourmile canyon wildfire west of Boulder have been streaming back into non- burn areas to get essential belongings. But high winds have now forced officials to close those neighborhoods once again, and re-order a mandatory evacuation. KDNK's Bente Birkeland has more from Boulder.
The forest fire near Boulder continues to rage. It's been declared the most destructive in state history. Areas around the fire have been subject to a mandatory evacuation, but not everyone has left. Kathy Moritz lives a few miles away from the fire in the Lower Pinebrook Hills Subdivision. She is one of the only people who has stuck around, and has been giving information to her friends and neighbors. KDNK's Mathew Katz and Conrad Wilson reached her by phone to discuss the situation.
The victims of a plane crash in Marble that left the pilot dead were identified Monday. The crash took place shortly before 7:00 Sunday morning, just East of town. Federal authorities are now on the scene and are looking into what caused the accident. KDNK's Conrad Wilson reports.
Drivers could soon be zipping along stretches of I-70 a bit faster. A pair of measures to try and ease congestion on the busy interstate recently cleared the senate transportation committee unanimously. KDNK's Bente Birkeland has more from the state capitol.