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The news you need and the stories you can't live without. In-depth reporting from Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley, plus regional news from across the Mountain West. New episodes out every weekday morning.

Latest Episodes
  • On today's newscast: a 23-year old resident of Carbondale died Sunday after a motorcycle accident on Highway 82, a paddleboarder died at Harvey Gap this weekend, The Aspen School District and Aspen Education Association reached an agreement in contract negotiations for the teacher union’s compensation and collective bargaining agreements and more.
  • On today's newscast: Roaring Fork School District announced it’s cutting its music programming next year, Aspen Film’s Isis Theatre continues its series of movies in Spanish this month, three final candidates are running for the next fire chief in Glenwood Springs, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Roaring Fork School District announced it’s cutting its music programming next year, Aspen Film’s Isis Theatre continues its series of movies in Spanish this month, three final candidates are running for the next fire chief in Glenwood Springs, and more.
  • On today's newscast: Pitkin County officials hope for “Outstanding Waters” designation for four streams, Aspen High School celebrates College Decision Day, two candidates are running for one open seat on the Holy Cross Energy Board, and more.
  • Meadows will lead a “Masterclass” workshop at the Carbondale Clay Center this weekend, where he’ll focus on the ways in which functional cups and dishes can connect viewers with art.
  • A new law gives the state authority to test water quality in mobile home parks and force owners to fix any issues. The testing program officially begins this summer, but state officials have gotten a head start at one community in the Colorado River Valley that helped spur the legislation.
  • On today's newscast: Colorado is poised to outlaw cellphone use while driving, officials are warning boaters at Ruedi Reservoir to be aware of invasive species to prevent a future infestation, a revamped version of the “Mount Sopris Run-Off” will take place this Sunday, it's "Bonedale Bike Week" in Carbondale, and more.
  • On today's newscast: crews from Roaring Fork Fire Rescue responded to a fire at a mobile home in El Jebel, Aspen’s city council is considering new policies for keeping construction and demolition waste out of the landfill, an astronomer will speak about the value of dark skies and the impact of light pollution at TACAW, and more.
  • On today's newscast: The Aspen School District has reached a tentative settlement agreement with the district’s teachers union, schools in Carbondale have cut their music education offerings, “The Aspen Collective” will open its first art show this week in a city-owned retail space at the Wheeler Opera House, and more.
  • Basalt residents are being asked to vote on the future of the Midland Avenue streetscape project in the town’s upcoming special election on Tuesday, May 21. Aspen Daily News reporter Scott Condon talks with host Eleanor Bennett about his recent reporting on the citizens group behind the ballot initiative, what they’re hoping to accomplish, and how the town is responding.