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91.5 KRCC Local News + Stories

Legal Pot Changes The Work Of Some Drug Detection Dogs

Marijuana is now legal in much of our region. The new industry is generating billions of dollars and creating...

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Slippery Slope: Ski Resorts Prepare For Shorter Winters

The ski industry is one of the most important contributors to the economy in the Mountain West. And it's dealing with...

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Slippery Slope: The Ski Industry Goes To Washington

The ski industry is an important economic driver in our region, but it's facing a lot of changes. Climate change, for...

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Colorado Task Force Recommends Changes To Juvenile Justice System

A task force charged with evaluating Colorado’s juvenile justice system released its final report this month. It...

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'Just An Accident, Right?' - COS Springs Faces Deadliest Year Ever On City Roads

Colorado Springs has had a record number of traffic fatalities this year. To date, 47 people have died in crashes on...

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Who Is Raúl Grijalva? And Why Does It Matter For Public Lands?

Democrats have been pulling their hair out as the Trump Administration and Congress have systematically dismantled...

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New Governors Gather For 'Boot Camp' In Colorado Springs

Governors-elect from across the country are gathering in Colorado Springs this weekend for The Seminar for New...

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COS Homelessness Action Plan—What Has The City Learned?

Colorado Springs has held several public town halls regarding the city’s Homelessness Action Plan for the coming...

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The Mountain West Brings Native Lessons To The Classroom

The United States has a grim history when it comes to our indigenous people, from the multiple massacres of native...

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'The Best Part Of Ranger School Was My Ranger Buddy' - A Veteran Reflects On The Impact Of People

Veterans Day is Sunday, and all this week we’re hearing stories from Colorado veterans who participated in...

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Taking Stock Of Wins And Losses At Colorado Springs Watch Parties

The midterm elections brought ups and downs for both parties in Colorado Tuesday night. Democrats gained a majority...

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'How Much Will You Tell Him?'—A Military Family Remembers Their Son's Birth

Veterans Day is Sunday, and all this week we're hearing stories from Colorado veterans who participated in...

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'I Didn't Realize How Angry I Was' - A Veteran's Journey To Healing

Veterans Day is Sunday, and all this week we're hearing stories from Colorado veterans who participated in...

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'I Didn't Know Vietnam From Oklahoma' - A Veteran Reflects On The Toll Of War

Veterans Day is Sunday, and all this week we’re hearing stories from Colorado veterans who participated in...

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'I Didn't Know Vietnam From Oklahoma' - A Veteran Reflects On The Toll Of War

Veterans Day is Sunday, and all this week we’re hearing stories from Colorado veterans who participated in...

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Jane Rigler, Doctor Of Music, And Gypsy Jazz From Roma Ransom On Air Check

On this episode of Air Check, UCCS Professor of Music Jane Rigler joins us for the roundtable music review and talks...

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'I Am A Witness' - A Conversation With Edwidge Danticat

For our third episode of the Converge Lecture Series Podcast , we're joined by writer Edwidge Danticat. Danticat is...

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Election Day Is Nov. 6. Here's Your Guide To Statewide Initiatives

Ballots are out and drop-off locations and polling centers are open for the 2018 mid-term election. For many voters...

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An Interview With Doug Lamborn, Incumbent Congressman For Colorado's 5th District

Republican Congressman Doug Lamborn has represented Colorado’s 5th Congressional District since 2007. This year, he’s...

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An Interview With Stephany Rose Spaulding, Candidate For Congressional District 5

Ballots are out and voting is underway in Colorado ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm election. Here in Southern Colorado,...

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