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KVNF's Eric Goold brings you regional news weekdays at 8 a.m. and 5:50 p.m. (You can also subscribe to the newscasts using the Podcast or RSS links)

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  • Democrats hope to change way state awards its electoral votes
  • Goverment workers back on the job at Black Canyon, Curecanti
  • Western Slope Resource Reporting
  • Ranch in Gunnison working to mitigate gas emissions in beef industry

  • Arizona faces deadline to complete drought mitigation plan
  • 40 million users of Colorado River following news in Arizona
  • Conservation groups focus on Crystal River

  • Food and Farm Forum held in Montrose
  • New Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture talks industrial hemp, Farm Bill
  • Capitol Coverage discusses three health care bills under debate
  • New health care bills focus on lowering cost, especially in rural areas

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  • New state agency to work on lowering health care costs
  • Two oil and gas leaks reported in surface waters of Garfield County
  • Arctic cold blast making life tough on seniors
  • Western Slope groups attend Rural Voices conference in Denver
  • Parks and Wildlife to hold public meetings about big game hunting seasons

  • New group in Colorado urging lawmakers to reform gun laws
  • Carbondale Republican Bob Rankin appointed to Senate, will leave House
  • Changes to rural health care will be discussed today
  • SNAP benefits cut off in February due to government shutdown

  • Nominee to lead EPA leaves Colorado voters wishing for more
  • Colorado Secretary of State releases goals, wants voting to be easier
  • Capitol Conversation: Polis transition, impacts of shutdown on DIA
  • Anniversary of Citizens United ruling

  • TSA employees at DIA calling in sick as government shutdown continues
  • Air travel becoming longer and more stressful amid TSA struggles
  • Colorado State Forest Service issues yearly survey about forest, tree health
  • Bark beetle activity flourishing in Southwest due to drought conditions

  • Democrat leaders meet at DIA, discuss shutdown with TSA employees
  • State forest service releases annual report on forest and tree health
  • San Juans, West Elks and Sawatch Range see spruce beetle increase
  • Governor Polis releases first budget goals, full time kindergarten a priority
  • Second phase of oil and gas drilling on Battlement Mesa approved

  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • Durango group wants to lower solar costs by eliminating installation fees
  • Conservationists buy famous Fisher's Peak outside of Trinidad
  • Department of Interior to limit FOIA requests during shutdown

  • Paonia meth house bust may be part of a larger Federal drug case
  • Citizens calling Congress members and venting frustration about shutdown
  • Capitol Coverage interview with new minority leader Chris Holbert

  • Governor Polis delivers ambitious State of the State address
  • El Salvador man in Colorado Springs seeks sanctuary in local church
  • Initiatives in State of the State address will need to find money in budget
  • Trinidad taking steps to fuel its outdoor recreation industry

  • Colorado among other states cutting funding, workers at National Parks
  • Wildlife advocates in state fear changes to Endangered Species Act
  • Luke Runyon reports on history of a Colorado dam funded by KKK
  • Clydesdales usher in new era of state liquor laws, full strength beer

  • SWAT team, law enforcement agencies descend on Paonia, suspected meth house
  • Jared Polis inaugurated Governor of Colorado
  • Polis under pressure from antifracking groups before he's even sworn in
  • Outgoing John Hickenlooper recalls favorite moments after 8 years as governor

  • Lawmakers open legislative session at the State Capitol
  • Over 100 demonstrators rally for stricter oil and gas regulations
  • Outgoing Governor John Hickenlooper considers run at Presidency
  • Food stamps being held up as government shutdown continues

  • Outgoing Governor Hickenlooper losing staff to high profile jobs
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • Recent state of emergency declaration doesn't reflect propane supply
  • Meat industry sets new standard for use of antibiotics

  • Paonia resident faces murder charges in January shooting of local man
  • Governor-elect Jared Polis to have congressional writings archived at CU
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • New program encourages young people to become farmers of tomorrow

  • Governor declares state of emergency due to lack of propane
  • 33,000 Colorado residents, mostly rural, face winter without heating fuel
  • Young students in Ridgway inspire city-wide ban on plastic bags
  • Head of Delta County Economic Development appointed to state board

  • Fundraisers across state warn donors to be wary of scams
  • Mental health problems increase dramatically over Holiday season
  • Colorado River flowed to Mexico four years ago, left a lasting legacy
  • Affordable health care plans still available from state; deadline approaches
  • Montrose City Council appoints 17 citizens to public safety committee

  • Senator Cory Gardner seeks marijuana and Conservation Fund bills
  • Early estimates of snowpack suggest Colorado River will be low next year
  • Capitol Coverage of rural insurance rates on the Western Slope

  • Gunnison Energy pays penalty for two oil and gas leaks in North Fork Valley
  • Agency approves larger oil and gas setbacks from schools and daycare facilities
  • Residency complaint re-filed against Delta County Republican Matt Soper
  • Capitol Coverage of complaints filed against outgoing Hickenlooper, Williams
  • Court ruling in Texas casts doubt on Affordable Care Act in Colorado

  • State agency regulating labor relations hopes for tougher governor
  • Capitol Conversation covers insurance rates in rural Colorado
  • Tribal water rights on Colorado River discussed in recent report

  • Governor John Hickenlooper faces ethics investigation in January
  • 2018 Farm Bill will redefine hemp, will remove it from Category I drug list
  • H2O Radio examines what the new 2018 Farm Bill contains

  • Capitol Coverage of Governor John Hickenlooper's pardons
  • Luke Runyon reports on the water management conference in Las Vegas
  • Secretary Zinke's resignation welcome news to environmental groups in West

  • BLM holds quarterly oil and gas land lease sale, over 7,000 acres purchased
  • Water managers warned by Bureau of Reclamation: make a mitigation agreement
  • Industrial hemp will be reclassisfied under new Farm Bill
  • Governor-elect Polis to have multiple inauguration parties, some free, some costly
  • Montrose County Sheriffs say goodbye to undersheriff Adam Murdie

  • Red Mountain Pass closed today for road, electrical work
  • Hydro turbine technology being tested to take the burden off coal fired electricity
  • Geminids Meteor Shower reaches star gazing peak tonight, this weekend

  • Complaint against Representative-elect Soper is dismissed
  • Report indicates Colorado juvenile justice system needs reform
  • Capitol Coverage of Colorado health insurance marketplace

  • Representative-elect Matt Soper faces residency challenge
  • Colorado Seniors pushing back against plan to rollback prescription drug discounts
  • DMEA asks state commission to help decide fee for buying out of contract with Tri State
  • Seven Southwestern states meet in Las Vegas to discuss drought mitigation plan

  • Colorado Health Exchange needs to be more user friendly
  • State Senator Baumgardner removed from all committee appointments
  • Governor-elect Polis rounding out his cabinet selections
  • Polis begins to implement his plans for health care in state
  • Colorado rates well for number of insured children in state
  • Sage grouse habitat size to be reduced by Trump Administration

  • Town of Paonia appoints new trustee
  • State senator will not run for re-election after harassment accusations
  • Towns may begin enforcing bans on so-called urban camping
  • NORAD begins tracking Santa's journey from the North Pole

  • Officials in transportation fear for the future after funding denied by voters
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting looks at tourism in Western Colorado
  • Governor-elect Jared Polis getting 'wish lists' for funding from residents
  • Task force hopes to overhaul juvenile criminal justice system in the state

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