KCNC

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KCNCKern County Network for Children (California)
KCNCKeidanren Committee on Nature Conservation (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
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KCNC's Rick Sallinger also reported that Ebel has been identified as a member of the white supremacist prison gang known as the "211s," a.k.a.
"He didn't plan on being taken alive," said Decatur Police Chief Rex Hoskins, according to KCNC. "It didn't look like he wanted to be caught or taken alive."
In at least two cases (KCNC in Denver and WCCO in Minneapolis) issue grids were the most visited features on station Web sites, as measured by page views.
The APPC hosted part or all of the election sections of KTVU, WCCO, and KCNC on its server.
KCNC has been operating since 1992, led by a 45-member board of trustees that includes representatives from the Bakersfield City Council, the Bakersfield City School District, the City of Bakersfield, Kern County Board of Supervisors, Kern County District Attorney, and numerous other nonprofits and private businesses.
In 1998, in response to some of Kern County's more dramatic concerns, the KCNC's Strategic Planning Committee decided to develop two priority benchmarks for immediate attention:
Martino brought his bulldog style to Denver's KCNC News 4 in 1981, after reporting stints at TV stations in New York state, Florida, and Raleigh, N.C.
She's been at five of them since earning a master's degree from Northwestern University in 1988, serving now as news director for Denver's KCNC. She left the same post in April at WBNS, the station's sister CBS affiliate in Columbus, Ohio.
A consolidated opposition to the KDVR and KCNC petitions was filed by LIN of New Mexico LLC and LIN of Colorado LLC, now a part of Nexstar Media Group , as LIN was a division of Media General.
Jack Mackenzie, news director for Denver's CBS affiliate, KCNC, thinks so.
In November, for example, KCNC ran a five-minute story about the Air Force A-10 that crashed into the Colorado Rockies.
However, KCNC News Director Jack MacKenzie could only hope that picking up CBS, a beleaguered network with a sagging lineup, would not weigh down his top-rated local newscasts, "We believe we'll outperform CBS...because we outperform NBC."