Newscast for Friday, November 20, 2015, 5:32 PM:
- Southwestern Colorado officials say they're ready to talk to the Environmental Protection Agency about a Superfund cleanup of inactive mines, including one that spilled millions of gallons of wastewater into rivers in August. Silverton Town Administrator Bill Gardner says the town trustees and the San Juan County commissioners will consider resolutions Monday to open discussions. Some residents have been reluctant to pursue a Superfund cleanup, fearing it could discourage tourism and investment.
- Bustang is expanding to some weekend service starting tomorrow. KRCC's Madeleine Schmidt has more.