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in Colorado 0fficials to consider overtime, and other worker protections. Plus; tobacco-free signs svailable to all KY schools .

2020Talks – August 26, 2019. (3 min.) 


Introducing a Mon.-Fri. newscast tracking the 2020 Elections, starting with Iowa, First in the Nation. Tea Party Republican Joe Walsh enters GOP race; Sen. Bernie Sanders explains what he means by "Democratic Socialism;" and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee drops his bid for the Democratic nomination.

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Archive: August 25, 2014

PHOTO: State health officials are urging the public to avoid mosquitoes now that New Mexico has its first confirmed human infection of 2014 of the potentially deadly West Nile virus. Photo courtesy of Mass.gov.

SANTA FE, N.M. - As August draws to a close health officials in New Mexico have confirmed the states first human case of 2014 of the potentially fatal West Nile virus. Dr. Paul Ettestad, public health veterinarian with the New Mexico Department of Health, says a 45-year-old woman from San Juan Count ...Read More

PHOTO: People fishing on the San Gabriel River. Some members of the California Congressional delegation are calling on President Obama to use his authority to protect the federal lands by designating the area a national monument. Credit: Annette Kondo.
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LOS ANGELES - Protecting the San Gabriel Mountains in Southern California may be moving in a new direction. Some members of the California Congressional delegation are calling on President Obama to use his authority to protect the federal lands by designating the area a national monument. Rep. Judy ...Read More

The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority hearings on the rate hike request begin this week.

HARTFORD, Conn. – The utility company says a rate increase is needed to keep up with everyday maintenance, but consumer advocates say Connecticut Light & Power's request is out of line. John Erlingheuser, advocacy director AARP Connecticut, says what makes this rate hike request unusual is t ...Read More

PHOTO: It's been six months since Charleston water was declared safe to drink, but efforts to make the water system safer are largely incomplete. Photo by Dan Heyman.

CHARLESTON, W. Va. - It's been more than six months since Charleston tap water was declared drinkable. But is our water system any safer now? The Freedom chemical spill spun off investigations and reform efforts; most remain incomplete. A gridlocked Congress has failed to update the Toxic Substan ...Read More

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