University of Colorado Journalism student Jimmie Searfoss gives a quick rundown of sports news from across the Front Range. This week on the show Jimmie talks about the history made across the front range starting with Broomfield High School’s state […]
On today’s Morning Magazine, we’ll take a look at how looming changes to a federally funded food program may affect low-income families. Then, this time on the Cannabis Report, we dig back into the cannabis economy and discuss what a […]
Bi-weekly updates on what’s happening in the world of cannabis with marijuana reporter Leland Rucker.
The Boulder Valley School District is exploring how to best expand bilingual literacy for Kindergarten through 12 grade. KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better spoke with Dr. Tania Hogan, director of CU-Boulder’s Bueno Center about the best models for bilingual education. (Download Audio) […]
On today’s Morning Magazine, Boulder Beat’s Shay Castle will give us a roundup of what was discussed at the Boulder City Council meeting last night. After that, we’ll hear from a bilingual education expert as Boulder Valley School District considers […]
More than 20 Republican-dominated states have filed a lawsuit to prevent the Biden Administration from lifting an immigration restriction known as Title 42. The restriction, which was revived during the Trump Administration, has created a bottleneck for asylum seekers at […]
On today’s Morning Magazine, we’ll hear from Laura Lunn, a Detention Program Managing Attorney at the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, about the immigration restriction known as Title 42. Then, This Week in Water examines the not-so-sweet side of sugar […]
North High School English teacher Tim Hernández has been placed on administrative leave for the remainder of the school year after joining a student-led walk out protesting the school’s decision not to renew his contract. On Friday morning, parents, teachers […]