Jake Brownell / 91.5 KRCC

Colorado Springs residents opposed to a controversial land exchange between the city and the Broadmoor Hotel filed paperwork Tuesday morning aimed at amending the city's charter. The amendment would require voter approval for any future sale, trade, or transfer of city-owned parkland.

91.5 KRCC's Morning Edition Gets New Host

Sep 22, 2016
Jake Brownell / KRCC

Longtime 91.5 KRCC News Director, Andrea Chalfin, is taking over as host of the station's daily broadcast of Morning Edition, NPR's flagship news magazine program. She replaces Shawn Rosvold, who has hosted the show since February of 2014. 

American Indian mascots draw controversy. They're most visible as the logos of sports teams… and some in Colorado call some of the symbols racist. Efforts at the state Legislature to try and ban the use or restrict the mascots at schools have failed. That hasn't stopped some schools from working with tribes to find the middle ground.

Strasburg, Colorado, is where the last spike was hammered in the nation's coast-to-coast railroad in 1870. This tiny town about an hour east of Denver is also home to the Indians, Strasburg High School's sports teams.

KRCC Wins Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

Apr 23, 2015

KRCC learned today that we received two Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for work produced by KRCC News Director Andrea Chalfin and Noel Black and Jake Brownell, producers of KRCC's program Wish We Were Here.  

KRCC News has been recognized by Public Radio News Directors, Inc., or PRNDI, for its online content accompanying last year's series, "Flash Point: Living with Wildfire." The 1st Place Award comes in the "Best Multimedia Presentation" category among small newsrooms.

The Radio Television Digital News Association, or RTDNA, has recognized KRCC News with a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence in journalism. 

News Director Andrea Chalfin received the honor in the Breaking News category for her coverage of flooding in Manitou Springs.  Here’s the original report from August:  A Weekend of Flooding and Community in Manitou Springs.