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Enterovirus EV-D68 has hospitalized hundreds of children and some adults across 46 states in the past few months. It's an uncommon strain of a common virus first identified in California in 1962. Electa Draper, health writer for the Denver Post, has been covering the outbreak since August. For this week's News Brief, she spoke with KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about EV-D68 and how it's effecting children in Colorado.
Eagle County officials have finished investigating the identity of human remains unearthed at a Vail construction site in June. For this week’s News Brief, KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh talks with Vail Daily reporter Randy Wyrick who has been covering the story.
Wilderness Workshop Conservation Director Will Roush joined more than 300,000 marchers in New York City last weekend for the Peoples' Climate March. He also volunteered his time as KDNK correspondent. For this week's News Brief, Roush spoke with KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about his experiences at the heart of the march.
In this week's news brief, John Stroud from the Glenwood Post Independent summarizes Thompson Divide recent developments. Carbondale Police Chief Gene Schilling warns of an uptick in phone scams.
On this week’s News Brief, we take a look at crime in Carbondale for the month of August.
Alternative Radio Founder David Barsamian was in Carbondale last month during the KDNK fund drive. He gave KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh his take on the Islamic State of Syria, in this special News Brief.
On this week’s News Brief, KDNK’s January Jones speaks with Will Grandbois of the Post Independent about what’s happening in the local schools.
On this week’s News Brief, we have a special feature with the KDNK News Team. January Jones speaks with Amy Hadden Marsh and Eric Skalac about important stories from the last few months and the role of news in the community.
On the News Brief, Andre Salvail, reporter for the Aspen Times, spoke about Frm. President Jimmy Carter at ARE Day in Aspen. Cop Shop has an update about bear activity this week.
Lynn Burton of the Sopris Sun speaks with January Jones about a lawsuit filed against Carbondale Police Chief Gene Schilling and officer Michael Zimmerman by a former employee at Heritage Park Care Center.