Day: May 8, 2014

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The last day of the legislative session

Colorado’s legislative session wrapped up with a quiet final day, as lawmakers put the finishing touches  on several bills and gave tributes to outgoing members. And as Bente Birkeland reports one of the least controversial measures passed after last minute negotiations.

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The Biology of the Emerald Ash Borer

Host: Susan Moran Scientists unlock the mysteries of major league vision.  A CSU scientist sheds light on the biology of the Emerald Ash Borer which is carving a destructive path throught Colorado. How on Earth, KGNU's science show,  is a half-hour radio magazine featuring short stories about the recent news […]

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A Public Affair

Rocky Flats: 25 year anniversary of the FBI raid

For the first time ever, on June 6, 1989 two federal government agencies -- the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA) – raided a third – the Department of Energy (DOE).   This extraordinary action symbolized a change in U.S. national government priorities to an emphasis […]

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This May 1st and 2nd, we’re encouraging you to give and to publicly express what KGNU personally means to you.

We join other public and local stations across the country for this second annual event. It’s your forum to support and champion how KGNU connects with your values.


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