KRCC Newsroom
Image of a radio

Current News from NPR

AP
November 14, 2019 | NPR · The agency says it has issued almost two dozen safety recommendations in the past 20 years and not all have been implemented.
 
Reuters
November 13, 2019 | NPR · Investigators found that the mass shooter was socially isolated and had some personal problems, but found no clear warning signs ahead of the attack.
 
AFP via Getty Images
November 13, 2019 | NPR · Patrick is joining the Democratic primary field just ahead of the deadline to make the New Hampshire primary ballot. The move highlights worry among moderate Democrats about the current field.
 
AP
November 13, 2019 | NPR · The latest remains were found in a burned forest in New South Wales on Wednesday night. As of Thursday morning, there were nearly 70 fires in that state, and more than 70 in neighboring Queensland.
 
AP
November 13, 2019 | NPR · Days after his resignation, the former Bolivian leader condemned Jeanine Áñez, who has stepped into the country's power vacuum. Áñez has promised new elections after last month's controversial vote.
 

Art & Life from NPR

NPR
November 13, 2019 | NPR · When Suriya Paprajong arrived in Greenland in 2001, he didn't even have a coat. These days, his eatery in Qaqortoq, population 3,000, is a local favorite, melding Thai flavors with an Arctic twist.
 
November 13, 2019 | FA · Dafoe has played villains, soldiers, van Gogh and Jesus. He's earned four Oscar nominations and appeared in more than 100 films — including, most recently, Motherless Brooklyn and The Lighthouse.
 
Grand Central Publishing
November 13, 2019 | FA · In the '70s David Rosenhan and seven "pseudopatients" went undercover in mental health wards. Their resulting article rocked the psychiatric world. But Susannah Cahalan struggled to confirm the facts.
 
November 13, 2019 | NPR · Saud Alsanousi's novel follows a group of Kuwaiti kids growing up in the 1980s — then jumps to a near future torn by sectarian violence. It's a resonant book that asks more questions than it answers.
 
NPR
November 13, 2019 | NPR · NPR's Rachel Martin and poet-in-residence Kwame Alexander want to read your poems about sports. You can use sport as a metaphor for our lives — or simply write about the game or team you love.
 

February 15, 2011

Tuesday Index

A portion of U.S. 50 between Cotapaxi and Howard remains closed due to a rock slide (KRDO, KXRM, Chieftain).

In Colorado Springs, a ruling prohibiting corporate contributions to campaigns surprises council members (Gazette), while one mayoral candidate files a complaint over corporate contributions other mayoral candidates received (Gazette, KKTV). Former NFL players visit Fort Carson to talk about transition (Gazette). Focus on the Family looks to talk about abortion with Planned Parenthood (KOAA).

Plans for a new aviation brigade at Fort Carson prompt new fears regarding Pinon Canyon expansion (Trinidad Times-Independent).

Pueblo health officials set to start a study on teen sex (KRDO, KKTV). The Arkansas Valley Conduit is listed for funding in President Barack Obama’s proposed budget (Chieftain).

Candidates for the superintendent position in the Florence-Penrose district meet at a forum (Canon City Daily Record).

Some Trinidad utilities customers will see a credit on their February bills (Trinidad Times-Independent). A small earthquake was recorded west of Trinidad (Trinidad Times-Independent).

In Raton, the license for a planned racino is pulled (Trinidad Times-Independent).

Disclaimer: KRCC and KRCC News make no guarantees regarding the content within these reports, however consider them part of the news and media outlets reporting on issues affecting our coverage area. The Index is not exhaustive, and is not an endorsement of any kind. * indicates subscription required.

Filed under: Index,KRCC News — andrea @ 9:16 am

No Comments »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URL

Leave a comment