Benjamin Satyr Thwaite, Cathy Walker, $14,000 discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
For the latest updates throughout your busy work day on Ko, A news radio Friday edition of Colorado's Morning news. April Marty Here with you, Thank you for joining us 71 degrees right now, Highs today going to be in the upper nineties, maybe setting another record Our top story on Colorado's morning news. Getting vaccinated against covid may no longer be an ask. It may be a requirement. The president says. Those choosing not to get vaccinated against Covid 19 are holding back this country from beating the pandemic. What more do you need to see? We've made vaccinations free, safe and convenient. The vaccine is FDA approval over 200 million Americans have gotten at least one shot. In that speech last night from the president, he rolled out requirements for federal workers, contractors and vendors. President Biden also directed the department of Labor to come up with requirements for businesses that employ more than 100. People. That requirement could directly impact many Coloradans. Perhaps you okay away News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with the story April there about 800,000 people who work at Colorado companies had size the president says businesses can face a $14,000 fine for failure to comply. Denver attorney Brian Kuh told our partners of Fox everyone that that might be. Tricky to enforce clear that mandating health standards, particularly someone takes a specific medication, or in this case, actually mean, if the federal government does actually have that power, I think that doesn't need to be seen. The mandate raises other questions, verification and medical privacy laws and whether employers can ask for health information about other conditions that aren't related to covid. Chuck Clark, a away NewsRadio millions of Americans going to take time out tomorrow to remember and honor the men and women killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11th 2001 Army Lieutenant Colonel Michael Rodri. Just let the National Guard Platoon to ground zero. It was too late to save his sister Lisa, who worked at the twin Towers. I started hearing this The most eerie, gut wrenching, devilish sound. Of impending death. President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden plan to visit all three locations where the attacks happened. There's going to be events all over the metro area as well. It starts today with the dedication of a permanent tribute to D I. A. It's going to be made of steel from the World Trade Center. A ceremony also is going to be held at the Colorado Freedom Memorial tomorrow. Stair Climbs also going to be held in Denver as well as Morrison. The Red Rock climbs has already reached its registration capacity, no charges against the Arapahoe County sheriff over a bar fight. Sheriff Brown says he was defending his wife. After she was asked to step in Denver G A. Beth McCann says she will not charge Rappahannock County Sheriff Tyler Brown over a scuffle that happened at a Greenwood Village bar last month. In part, she reason that all parties were drinking and their testimony is not reliable. She also said the potential victims of the sheriff do not wish to press charges. McCann called Brown's actions irresponsible and unprofessional for an elected sheriff. The sheriff says he was protecting his wife and looks forward to putting these events behind him. Cathy Walker Koray NEWS radio. There's a plea deal in a Denver murder case. Benjamin Satyr Thwaite is accused of killing Joshua locker, dismembering his body and putting it in a couple of suitcases. Sabbath. Wait, pleads guilty in exchange for 25 to 30 Year sentence The suitcases were found by city of Denver workers cleaning snow from a sidewalk late last year. Sentencing is set for November for the first time in recent history. No traffic deaths were recorded on Colorado grow Grace over the busy Liberty weekend, Sedat says overall, though, this year traffic deaths Are down 6% from 2020, and they're hoping that slide continues. The Colorado State Patrol and local law enforcement agencies are starting a fall festivals DUI enforcement period. And that's going to run through the coming weekend. So far this year, 153 people have died in impaired driving crashes. The only remaining Confederate statue in Richmond, Virginia, is a hot topic of discussion. City officials are expected to gather Monday to talk about the possibility of removing the monument honoring Confederate General A P Hill. If it's removed, the statue will go to a cemetery in Culpeper, Confederate. Robert E. Lee statue, As you know, the nation's largest standing Confederate statue came down earlier this week over a century after it was erected. Denver's nurses are being honored. The Denver Regional Nightingale Awards is going to be given out to over 120 nurses who served the metro area that's going to happen tomorrow. It recognizes nurses who advanced the profession through leadership, advocacy and innovation. Nursing advocates say nurses have never worked harder than during the ongoing covid 19 outbreak. You're up to date now at 8 36. Let's head back outside ahead of money, news and sports. How's it looking on the roads right now, Dave? It's looking really good, lighter and lighter traffic. Fortunately, the main thing is no wrecks all the major highways looking pretty good and that respect both.