State utility regulators have denied a request by Colorado solar companies that seeks to force Xcel Energy to reinstate a popular solar rebate program that the utility abruptly halted last month. The Public Utilities Commission Friday instead ordered both sides in the case to try and broker a settlement in the next week.
This week, state Democrats announced they had a plan to help K-12 funding, without massive budget cuts. BUT, that plan involves tax increases, which Republicans and Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper say Coloradans have no appetite for. It’s one of the topics our media partners at Colorado Public Television and Colorado Inside Out are discussing. Here’s host Raj Chohan.
Author Teresa Funke wrote the book “Dancing in Combat Boots” about women’s experiences during WWII. She’ll perform a one-woman show based on that book March 9 & 10 at Bas Bleu Theatre in Fort Collins.
It’s not often that a writer and historian steps over into the world of acting. But that’s what Teresa Funke has done with her 2007 book “Dancing in Combat Boots”. It presents 10 fictional stories based off women’s real experiences at home and abroad during World War II. During March, which is Women’s History Month, KUNC’s Grace Hood sat down to talk with Funke about her upcoming play and book--and one thing you may not know about Greeley’s past.
Lawmakers want to entice people to pay their back taxes to help fill part of the state's budget shortfall. A Democrat-backed tax amnesty bill would waive penalties and fines if people come forward and pay up. But while that idea is popular on both sides of the aisle, another provision in the bill isn't.