We’ll hear about a new, tentative contract Denver area juniors are celebrating as historic. Then, we’ll speak to a Colorado Sun reporter about what constitutes a livable wage in Colorado followed by the latest in a series on the housing […]
We’ll hear about a proposal for a New Deal-style jobs program to protect the nation’s forests and climate infrastructure that’s moving forward with a big push from a Colorado congressional representative. Then, we speak with an author presenting a Thoreau-inspired […]
We speak with the director of the Boulder Environmental / Nature / Outdoors Film Festival before it begins tomorrow. Then, KGNU visited the site of last year’s Calwood fire and brings you an update. We close the show with Naturally. […]
We’ll bring you the latest news in the legal fight against trials near Rocky Flats followed by Naturally with Brigitte Mars. https://sfo2.digitaloceanspaces.com/kgnu-show-archives/audioarchives/MorningMagazine/2021/MorningMagazine_2021-07-07.mp3 The Morning Magazine features local news headlines, stories, and features and broadcasts on KGNU Monday through Friday 8.04-8.30am.
The League of Women Voters gives us an overview of the process of redistricting currently underway in Colorado. Then, we look at the legal implications of the various immigrant’s rights bills that have recently passed or have made it to […]
We speak to members of a freedom bus ride for voting rights that made a stop in Boulder yesterday. Then, we hear from a Boulder group working to raise awareness about the role of an abandoned structure on public land […]
We’ll hear from a coalition of Denver faith leaders gathered yesterday ahead of the opening of the newest safe urban camping space at the Park Hill United Methodist Church. Then, a report on Boulder City Council’s debate last night on […]
We take a look at the detail of the largest tax reform bill in a decade now headed for the Governor’s desk. We’ll hear from the director of a documentary currently in production looking at the impact of COVD-19 on […]