Molly Dove

Morning Edition Host/Reporter

Molly Dove graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism. She was a reporter and producer for KBIA while attending college. She most recently was a journalist with Wisconsin Public Radio.

"As the new Morning Edition host, I am excited to wake up and have my morning cup of coffee with our listeners while helping them stay informed and engaged with the local, state and national news of the day. It is not only an amazing opportunity to move to a beautiful part of the country, but it is also a privilege to tell the stories of the people and places that make up the community Aspen Public Radio is a part of," she says. 

Morning Newscast: Monday, September 2, 2019


Attorney General Phil Weiser sent out a statement last week promising to protect Colorado’s air quality after the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, announced it will rollback standards for reducing methane emissions from oil and gas operations. 


“The EPA’s proposal to reverse these standards to curb methane emissions is misguided and ignores the requests from the oil and gas industry to keep them in place," Weiser said. 


A 2017 survery reports over 50 percent of students in the Roaring Fork Valley have used an electronic vapor product, like an e-cigarette. Now, local municipalities are taking action against youth nicotine use.

Morning Newscast: Friday, August 30, 2019

Elise Thatcher

The Elections Division at the Colorado's Secretary of State's office announced Thursday that Coloradans will ultimately decide how the state casts its electoral vote for presidential candidates in 2020. 

Morning Newscast: Thursday, August 29, 2019

Glenwood Springs Fire Department

A wildland fire started outside of Glenwood Springs and forced evacuations Wednesday.   The cause is under investigation. 

USDA Forest Service

As some prepare for camping or barbecues over Labor Day weekend, forest officials are reminding residents and visitors to take steps to prevent wildfires.



White River National Forest officials said the number of human-caused wildfires spike over Labor Day weekend.

Morning Newscast: Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Garfield County

The Garfield County commissioners meet with the planning commission Wednesday to discuss the housing element of the 2030 comprehensive plan.

Morning Newscast: Tuesday, August 27, 2019


The Eagle County Board of Commissioners will vote on two resolutions Tuesday aimed at limiting the use of tobacco and nicotine products for younger users.

Morning Newscast: Monday, August 26, 2019


The town of Glenwood Springs has expressed concerns about a limestone mining company's plan to expand operations.  

Morning Newscast: Thursday, August 22, 2019


The Aspen City Council is looking for public input on three different affordable housing projects.

The three projects are spread throughout Pitkin County: Burlingame Ranch, Water Place and Lumberyard. 

Morning Newscast: Wednesday, August 21, 2019


 Business interests, associations, nonprofits and other groups spent a record $36.4 million to lobby Colorado lawmakers and government agencies this year.

According to state records analyzed by The Colorado Sun , the money spent in fiscal year 2019 is up 9% from the $33.4 million spent the year before.

Morning Newscast: Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Morning Newscast: Monday, August 19, 2019