Queen Elizabeth, Colorado, Bluecross Blueshield discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

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The company initially thought a warning light for the censors was standard on all of those max planes, but later found that it was only activated. If companies bought an optional indicator another change in the weather for us along the front range. National weather service forecaster Kyle for dean says the changes start tomorrow with snow possible. Mid week. Wednesday night into early Thursday. We think the snow level could come down to the western suburbs. So yeah, there there will be a chance for some snow. It'll be light. But it will primarily be locations west of interstate twenty five the typical southern and south western suburb further up in the high country since the central mountains will see most snow with four to ten inches possible. Al that's good news for the remaining scary is that are still open Colorado slopes had a record breaking season the national ski area association released its numbers which a fifteen percent hike in visitors this year for the Rocky Mountain region that adds up to about twenty four million skier visits overall. And the announcement the Royal family had been waiting for. That's myself had a baby boy. This morning, very healthy, boy mother, and baby incredibly will. It's been. Most amazing experience like it ever supposed to be much that is Prince Harry just coming out after the birthday at Windsor palace. The baby weigh seven pounds. Three ounces will be seventh in line to the throne. The baby is Queen Elizabeth's. Second eighths, eight seconds eighth grade grandchild. So yes, oh, I see Queen. Elizabeth the second Queen Elizabeth Queen. What's strange is the baby really takes after the Queen all babies look like old old losing Zerorez. Providing a listener news here. Colorado's morning news on KOA NewsRadio. Why rent when you can buy a home for as little as at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans to make health care work better from pinpointing hotspots for childhood, asthma and taking action to keep kids in school to matching patients with a primary care doctors. They need we use our unmatched data and unique insights.

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