New York To Require Contact Info From Air Travelers From Restricted States

Updated Tuesday at 11:17 a.m. ET Travelers flying into New York from certain states are now required to show proof that they've completed a form with their contact information and travel plans before they can leave airports across the state. Starting Tuesday, teams that include police officers will meet passengers at arrival gates to check if the travel form has been completed on paper or online , New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday. The move is part of the state's effort to try to...

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Protesters across the country have gathered to denounce police brutality and demand action from their representatives. In Colorado Springs, protesters remember George Floyd, but also invoke the names of De'Von Bailey, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, Tony McDade and others. 

Andrea Chalfin / KRCC

People gathered for a ninth day of protests in Colorado Springs Sunday. By late afternoon, hundreds of people were gathered on and around the steps of City Hall, with cars honking as they drove by.

Kevin J. Beaty / Denverite

A federal judge late Friday issued a temporary restraining order against the Denver Police Department, restricting police from using projectiles and chemical agents against peaceful protesters. A group of protesters had sued the department, alleging DPD's actions violated their First Amendment rights.

Seth Wenig / AP Photo

The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission has concluded John Hickenlooper violated the state's ban on valuable gifts to public officials twice during his time as governor. However, they dismissed four other trips included in the complaint.

Courtesy of Susan Davies/Trails and Open Space Coalition

As the weather heats up, we're wanting to enjoy the outdoors more and more--but we also need to maintain social distancing guidelines and avoid piling up at popular parks. This week on Nature's Neighborhood, Susan Davies of the Trails and Open Space Coalition talks about two parks that could not be more different.

Public Information Office / Colorado Springs Police Department

Ten months after 19-year-old De'Von Bailey was shot and killed by two Colorado Springs police officers, his family has filed a civil rights lawsuit claiming his constitutional rights were violated.

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Some schools have shifted to virtual events and even parades to honor 2020 grads, but some mental health providers in local health systems are concerned that the emotional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on high school seniors may be delayed.

KRCC’s Abigail Beckman spoke with Dr. George Brandt, a child and adolescent psychiatrist within Centura Health, about what this could mean in the coming months.

Highlights from the interview:

  •   On Friday, June 5, Virtual Cocktails & Conversation with Esai Morales takes a look at the fun and interesting side of actors, entertainers, atheletes, and others.
  • Running through June 12, The Palmer Park Photo Contest invites entries showing family friendly images of one of Colorado Springs' beloved outdoor spaces.
  • June 8-19 CaveSim Virtual Summer Camp offers kids 6-15 years old the opportunity to engage with other children from around the country, while learning about the wonders of caves.
  • These and many other events can be found at

Andrea Chalfin / 91.5 KRCC

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers issued a curfew Wednesday, effective immediately, as protests sparked after the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota continue in the city and across the country. The protests around police brutality also invoke the names of De'Von Bailey in Colorado Springs, Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, Tony McDade in Florida, Nina Pop in Missouri and others.

Bryan Oller / KRCC

For a fourth day, demonstrators were out in Colorado Springs to protest police brutality after the death of George Floyd, an African American man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis.


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