PoCo in BoCo, People of Color in Boulder County, with host Nikhil Mankekar speaking with guests Ime Salazar, Mason Estes, Kalee Salazar from the American Indian Youth […]
On Tuesday June 12th, residents of Lyons, along with Boulder County officials, celebrated the opening of a new bridge along the South St. Vrain Creek outside of Lyons. The previous bridge was destroyed five years ago in the floods that devastated much of the county.
The Brink is a radio storytelling project about what is needed to transition to a more just environment and society, which tells stories of inequality, struggle and […]
Joe Salazar has served in the state house since 2013 as a Democrat serving Adams County in district 31. He is one of two candidates on the Democratic primary ballot in the Attorney General race. He joined us live in the studio on Thursday June 7th at 9am.
Governor John Hickenlooper signed his final bills as Governor on Tuesday at the state capitol. And as Bente Birkeland reports, he discussed this week’s Supreme […]
Saira Rao is a first time candidate who appears on the Democratic Primary Ballot, challenging Diana DeGette who has represented Colorado’s First Congressional District for over 20 years.
On Monday June 4th the Supreme Court announced their 7 to 2 ruling in favor of the Lakewood Masterpiece Cakestore, which had refused to bake a wedding cake for a same sex couple. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor cast the lone dissenting votes
In July 2012 Charlie Craig and David Mullins tried to order a custom wedding cake when Masterpiece’s owner Jack Phillips declined their request, informing the couple that he did not create wedding cakes for same-sex marriages owing to his Christian religious beliefs.
May 29th is the last day for voters who are affiliated with a political party to change or withdraw their affiliation if they wish to […]