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"boulder county" Discussed on KOMO
"And dire need of relief. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC is this week said the window is closing to get a stimulus measure done before the election. She says she's willing to do it, but says a breakthrough is up to President Trump, lamenting what she says is the lack of priority on testing. They took out 55% of the language that we had there for testing and tracing. And the tracing part is so important because communities of color had been disproportionately affected by this. Republicans, meanwhile, charge Pelosi with holding up the process. Marker Malard ABC NEWS Election Day just 15 days away. Both candidates spending their weekend and several key battleground states Democratic candidate Joe Biden morning supporters not to lose their steam in the last few weeks of the campaign. The latest ABC News Washington Post poll shows biting up by 12 points the same margin. Hillary Clinton led by at this point October in 2016 the biting campaign, fearing a repeat of four years ago with this warning in a memo to supporters, Donald Trump can still win this race and we need to campaign like we're trailing ABC is Alex Parrish, a 27 million Americans have already voted early Voting begins today in Florida. In Colorado firefighters battling several large wildfires over the weekend, including the Cal Woods fire, which sparked near Boulder County Saturday. Hundreds of evacuations in nearly 8800 acres burn Boulder County Sheriff's Office division chief Mike Wagner. We were able to confirm there's 26 structures lost. Most of them on the eastern side of the fire and the hotter left hand Canyon fire, which sparked sometime Sunday, confirmed by firefighters at around five acres. Fresh ceasefire agreed between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the weekend has failed to take hold Fighting again. Continuing today you're listening to ABC.
"boulder county" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Fires flaring up in Colorado, including a new one in Boulder County, called the Cal would fire more than two dozen homes destroyed, including this woman's who got almost no notice to get out. So we had about 20 minutes and You know, it was one of those moments that We thought we would just be returning fire already burning through more than 8700 Acres. It's about 15% contained another plot to kidnap a politician foiled by investigators this time in Kansas. ABC is Kent Martin as more Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple says a man who was upset with the city's mask mandate has been charged with planning to kidnap him. 59 year old MEREDITH Dowdy, a former firefighter has been charged with making a criminal threat after Wichita Beliefs said they were alerted a threatening statements directed at the mayor. Mayor Whipple says the suspect was upset about the Corona virus in general. Specifically about the mass mandate Wichita adopted in July. Kent Martin ABC News the holiday shopping crunches here. Both ups and FedEx have warned big shippers at their systems are virtually maxed out. Experts say they could mean that that could be in some shipping delays through the rest of the year. And after a covert shortened baseball season, the World Series has now set the Dodgers beating the Braves in Game seven of the NLCS. We now move on to face the American League champion Tampa Bay Rays. Corona. Virus restrictions mean the whole Siri's will be played in Arlington, Texas. Game one is set for tomorrow night. This is ABC News. You're a smart, hardworking roofing contractor. Save time with the Beacon Pro plus up the Beacon.
New round of evacuations for Colorado fire
"Wildfire in Boulder County has firefighters and officials scrambling. We're watching a fire the cow would fire grow near James Town, the town Ajay in town. We've had a mandatory evacuations around the town of Jamestown and many road closures up near there as well, Gabby Boer Creature with a Boulder Office of emergency Management says because of growing road closures, even people outside the mandatory evacuation area should consider leaving. No word on what caused the fire or what its size is. Keith works at a shop not far away from here in North Boulder. There's no smoke here where we are, but we can see a big plume of smoke up near Jamestown, Jamestown's about 10 miles northwest of Boulder,
Washington, DC - MTA bus driver gunned down by man in Baltimore
"Continue to search for the suspect who shot and killed an empty bus driver on East Fayette Street yesterday morning, Boulder County police on officer there's Sean awarded the man who was allegedly wielding a knife blade and they change this took place. And Rosedale. Baltimore police investigating last night shootings that left one dead. Two wounded about 7:15 P.m. Please call to the hospital 35 year old woman pronounced dead shortly after she was dropped off for treatment. The other shooting took place. 9 30 39 year old man, 40 year old woman found with gunshot wounds to the legs, the 4300 block of righteous time brother being treated for their injuries.
"boulder county" Discussed on WSB-AM
"At 7 to 72 degrees. I'll tell you how thunderstorms today compare with yesterday in five minutes. I'm WSB meteorologist Kirk Melons crash with keeping our eye on by kept Boulder County just went out of traveling and all the right shoulder 85 north about it. Shoals running 66 in Union City, 75 75 rolling well toward downtown connector still going well, North south down for the city and the copter to pick a 35.5 WSB this portion of Atlanta's 40 news punctured by vain. Atlanta at 702 Here's Marcy wouldn't judging about Paulding County parents raised concerns about Corona virus at other schools besides North palling high after six students and three staff members at North polling High School tested positive for covert 19 north polling high school Cancel face to face learning for two days while the school underwent a deep clean. Since then, students at seven other schools have tested positive, and parents want to know why those schools are still open. A statement from school officials says. All of the school's impacted will be cleaned and disinfected, especially affected areas. WSB Jennifer Griffith says several petitions asked the school system to reconsider face to face learning God County School District temporarily closes Osborne High after someone their test positive for Corona virus. The staff has been reporting to schools to prepare for the start of fall semester August 17. Now they'll be working remotely. While the school's disinfected more than 100 students and staff in the Cobb County school system have tested positive for covert since the first of July, a test run of Gwinnett County schools online portal fails with students unable to log on Monday at school spokeswoman Sloan Roach says that problem has been fixed and that's what test therefore exactly what we needed it to do in terms of identifying any issues. Prior to all of our students and staff logging on the state's largest school system opens its fall semester tomorrow. At first, it'll be all virtual learning after going 100 days without a single case of Corona virus. New Zealand reports four cases in one household in Auckland. We need to take a much more precautionary approach until we can find the source. Off this case and make sure that we reduce the risk of why the spree, The prime minister announces a three day lock down of Auckland to contact trace while the rest of the country reverts to phase two restrictions. Russia claims it has a Corona virus vaccine ready for you. Despite strong international skepticism. Russian President Vladimir Putin insists the new vaccine is the real thing safe and effective, offering lasting immunity to covert 19 and he says one of his two adult daughters has already had the vaccine. Reporter Vicki Barker says Russia is ramping up production potential vaccines here in the Western phase three trials and Israeli jeweler designs a luxury mask. It's a gold mask encrusted with 3600 diamonds price tag 1.5 $1,000,000. The custom made mask will be fitted with an N 99 filter and will wait 100 times. The typical surgical man reporter Pam Coulter says the custom order for a Chinese businessman in the U. S will be ready at the end of the year. WSB NEWS time. 705 It's 570 clock. Scott's late Marcy wouldn't Judge Higginbotham in Atlanta's Morning news. Devon, US Baby Neurologist. Melas joins us with Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast. Alright, Scott forecast for today. Variable clouds and sun. A couple of thunderstorms in the area this morning than a 30% chance this afternoon High 92 Low 72 Tomorrow. Mix of clouds and sun. A 30% chance for Nice late afternoon thunderstorm. High 93 Low 73 Thursday. Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. A shower thunderstorm 60% likely afternoon or evening High 90 low 72 recapping the forecast for today. Variable clouds and sun. A couple of stray thunderstorms this morning, 30% chance and isolated thunderstorm this afternoon in a high around 92 right now, W speech storm tracker radar showing a line of thunderstorms stretching from Calhoun through the Adairsville area, just to the west of Carter's Ville and Emerson down towards Rock Mart, moving to the east southeast in about 25 miles an hour. 72 on Peachtree Street, Armenia. Ronson's Kirk Polish 95.5 Gs B 706 of the WSB. Cool, Rick Carris guy Copter. Here's Marten, Try urine or the guy we flew over the I 85 quarter put it into the cab county and now it.
"boulder county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The city of Boulder. Here's the description of the attacker from investigators. They say he's a white man looks to be in his forty's. He's got a toll thin build, but it was muscular. He's bold and was also wearing a mask during the attack. Investigators say This is a good reminder to always be aware of your surroundings. When hiking, especially if you're alone out there on the trails, investigators are asking anyone who saw anything or anyone suspicious in the Walker Ranch area again west of the city of Boulder yesterday to please contact the Boulder County Sheriff's Office. Fox 30 one's truly for Ko NewsRadio. Alicia Keys, Stepping into role of executive producer for her latest project, the singer Will executive produce a feature length documentary about six iconic African American female entertainers for PBS. American Masters. How it feels to be free will highlight the stories of Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone, Diane Carol, Cicely Tyson and Pam Dreyer and how they challenge the entertainment industry against the racist stereotypes. The documentary will also feature interviews and performances by the six women as well as conversations with artists influenced by them, such as Keys, Halle Berry, Samuel L. Jackson and more Mega Mega Hiss, NBC news radio. Actor Brad Pitt is hoping to turn three minutes of TV into a second Emmy win. He has been nominated for playing Dr Anthony Fauci on Saturday night Live. He opened show back in April, sporting a gray wig glasses. After the parody. He didn't think the nation's top expert on coronavirus for clarity in this unnerve ng time she called pit one of his favorite actress and said he did a great job. They'd won his first guest actor Emmy or his 2000 to roll on friend That was actually a good turn by by Brad Pitt. Bill doing the found. She was pretty funny general. If you saw that I I I missed it. But it's funny that he's one of Dr Apologies. Favorite actor. That isn't really there. Isn't there like kind of a divided? Yeah, a little bit. 6 37 on Colorado's Morning news. We have money news. With pat Coming up sports of Piquet, Rocky's winning again have That's three in a row. Right now, The drive.
Serial Killer: Scott Lee Kimball - Part 4
"All right captain last episode we were starting to get into some of the physical collected against Scott and forming these cases against him regarding these missing persons. One of the items we have yet to hit on is it involves his phone records. So this reveals to law enforcement that Scott. The last person he spoke to on the evening of February seventeenth two thousand and three was missing person. Jennifer Marcum then. His phone went offline until February twentieth. Scott maintain that he had gone to the mountains for several days and turned his cell phone off. This is the same story that he kinda gave regarding Casey. But detectives noted that Jennifer's phone was also inactive for the same three day period of time after that there were calls made from Jennifer's phone this too Scott into several other people. This is before it went offline permanently now to the investigators it seemed obvious as Scott was using Jennifer's phone for the purpose of misdirecting law enforcement in an attempt to make appear as if she was still alive for some period of time after she went missing but we still have other crimes other murders to discuss. We have evidence in the Lianne. Emory disappearance Liens car was found abandoned with all of her stuff in it in eastern Utah but Leeann was nowhere to be found receipts for credit card charges to her card made in California. Bore a signature. That was not her handwriting. Detectives spoke to the unnamed inmate who knew Scott in prison the one who gave them the information about how Casey had been killed. This inmate told them that Scott said that he killed Lianne while they were hiking and Bryce Canyon and eastern Australia Scott said that he had stripped her nude or had her stripped nude kneel down and shot her in the head execution style. Now captain you know how this P. O. S. Scott operates right. He has an answer for everything. Scott told detectives that he did not kill Lianne. He said that members of a drug gang were the ones they had executed her and he was only a witness but he didn't could go to law enforcement he didn't get involved and even though he's already involved with the FBI he doesn't tell them. I witnessed a murder. He he only has to make up the story when confronted with something that he told somebody else right now. Remember the terrible this this angers and saddens me like you wouldn't believe remember the terrible accident on the ranch. I'm talking about the accident. When Scott's ten year old son Justin when a two hundred pound metal great quote fell on him right? You can see photos of this little boy in the hospital on Dateline and it's it's pretty horrible so in a stroke of bad luck for Scott but truly a blessing. After two weeks in a coma. His son woke up and was able to tell what he remembered. He says his father told him to turn around. And Dig a hole near this great and then all of a sudden the great fell on him then he remembered being in the jeep. Remember Scott is driving the son to the hospital. He remembers being in the jeep and he says on the way to the hospital. My Dad's Scott. He's pushing me by the face pushing me out of the vehicle by the face. Yeah I mean this is when he said it the first time. All here's this horrible accident than Scott's GONNA drive it son to the hospital and on the way. The kid falls out of the car you go. Something's not right here. Yeah it's it. What a coincidence that you would have to near death accidents back back that day. I can understand that. Sometimes this stuff happens in a state of panic. Maybe you're rushing trying to get him to the hospital but not what this guy not with this guy. There are not these. These incidents two failed attempts of murder so the Boulder County prosecutors boulder bitches. Thank you unfortunately. They did not feel that they had enough to actually charge. Scott with with what looks very much like an attempted murder of his son. This is in part because doctors indicated that his head injuries were so severe. They would not consider him to be a reliable witness. That is bullshit though. These might not be reliable memories that he has. Of course. We're no idiots and we can see all this other stuff together that that. That's probably very likely what happened. I know the prosecutors felt the same way and we're very saddened that they could not bring this type of charge against this man. We should also point out and it's no coincidence that at the time of this accident there was a sixty thousand dollar life insurance policy on the little boy was Scott listed as the sole beneficiary. Hear me out. Why don't you just want to roll the dice? I'm listening? Roll the dice right. We have we have to like I said to attempts of murdering this ten year. Old Boy And yes maybe his memory is not maybe he's not going to be Maybe he's not GonNa meet received as super credible but once you stack on the other piece of evidence that we have a motive the motive being a sixty thousand dollar. Pay Out for the death of this child. Roll the dice. Because what you. What do you have to lose? Well a couple things and we talked about this a few weeks ago. You do run the risk of the double jeopardy charge. Where where maybe at some point you actually do believe that you have the proper evidence to charge and convict him and if you try him now and you can't successfully convict them. You can't try again later. What I guarantee you. This is what my gut tells me and I would bet this man's beef farm on it not my own farm because the skies a liar but I bet you what happened. Captain is behind closed doors. They probably did take a chance. Because like you said what do you have to lose? This is what they probably took a chance on. Let's tell Scott that we know exactly. What the hell he was doing and see if it scares him enough that he's willing to plea to it or to a lesser charge right. Because you know you get this man in a room and you go look dude. Your son told us that you are the one that told him to get in that whole and then the great falls on them. Your son told us you were driving him to the hospital when he remembers you pushing him by the face out of the moving vehicle and this almost kills him and we also found a paper trail that you stood to gain sixty thousand dollars. Should that little boy die? You're hoping you can scare him into a plea bargain at that chant and I bet you they took that chance and Scott is just. It wasn't going to to fall for
Former MedStar Franklin Square employee accused of sexually assaulting teen patient, police say
"A former employee of med star Franklin square in boulder county facing charges for the alleged sexual assault of a young patient while she was unconscious at the hospital officer Jan P. says of Donald Vincent junior arrested after police got a tip he was viewing child porn they discovered images of the girl being sexually assaulted while she was a patient of the forty year old Bentsen work at the hospital at the time the assault September twenty sixteen police are trying to determine if there are any additional
"boulder county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Forecasts line continues to seven terms of performance a look at the boulder county school starts way along the wall discount mostly separate tool yeah it's it's basically said that the tone when we're in Sweden ironically against these guys and of three games they played against them here they've really they do a great job hounding pox and when they get them they keep the keep the park and they play a pretty simple game and it it's really working for now there they just get the energy off each other and they're setting what other lines up to have success and so it's it's been fun to watch a group and and have a good I have a line that really has an identity better for him the pursuit how much we have finished checking the third time when one one yeah it was I think the the first period was kind of a whole home for both teams and the second was tougher gun pally trouble and it was you know is a drain on some on some guys you're you're happy at seventy one when you have to kill that much of the day whether through it in a room when we broke out a little bit fast he was there I thought that was probably killed the turning point for us was to kill those police often they come out of the period with a three two lead in and out we knew we had just to simplify the third on the lines put the pact although I didn't have in the game plan we're gonna get to shorties in the third but I really we we didn't get anything and it's stopped when this league but you know we knew they played the night before and and we thought if we willed herself here hopefully we can take a man and we did.
Climate Liability Lawsuits Could Help With Costs Of Adapting To A Hotter Earth
"In New York world leaders attended a United Nations summit on Climate Change. UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez opened the meeting by challenge in in countries to make bold plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions immediately. We can do it limiting warming to one point. Five degrees is still possible receivable but it will require fundamental transformations in all aspects of society. Are we gonNA food use Lens fool our transport what's and followed economies all of that to put the brakes on greenhouse gas emissions and beyond debating a plan some are also beginning to wrestle with a big question who is responsible people for the effects of global warming. NPR's Rebecca Hersher reports that a growing number of lawsuits seek to answer that question there about a dozen significant lawsuits against oil companies companies in the US right now. My goldberger runs the Saban Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University. All of these lawsuits have been filed in the last couple of years. There's the one filed by the state of Rhode Island against twenty-one companies including Exxon. BP Shell and Chevron there are the cases filed by the cities of San Francisco Oakland and Baltimore and by San Miguel in Boulder County Colorado and in each case the city or state or county is suing one or more fossil fuel companies over the impacts of climate change. It's a wide range of impacts many of the lawsuits do focus on sea level rise and coastal storms but it also includes drought wildfire flooding in Colorado. The lawsuits alleged that the oil companies should help pay for the cost of dealing with all of that now in the future because the cases allege oil oil companies have known for a long time that burning fossil fuels causes global warming in an email to NPR spokesperson for the main oil industry trade group wrote in part that the industry is quote actively addressing the complex global challenges climate change through robust investments in technology innovation efficiency improvements and cleaner fuels rules. Berger says the suits are somewhat similar to pass cases brought against other industries. The comparison that most people are most familiar with is the comparison to tobacco the massive tobacco settlement hinged on similar legal arguments that tobacco companies were partially responsible for the harm caused by cigarettes. Other industries have faced similar suits. It's with a variety of outcomes lead paint a specis gun an opioid manufacturers in fact this is the second wave of climate change suits against oil companies a previous set of cases in the early two thousands failed. Berger says something key has changed in the intervening years the science the ability to attribute attribute particular impacts to climate change has vastly improved as climate models have gotten more sophisticated and as climate change itself has gotten more present doesn't in our daily lives the connection between say destructive hurricanes and the warming earth has gotten easier to argue and climate related lawsuits are showing up in other parts the world two cases in the Netherlands France and India have all looked the legal system to require companies and governments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and then there's the argument that climate change is a human rights issue good morning everyone. My name is Maryelle chick CBA Khasan. I'm the research nurse in November of last year representatives from the Human Rights Commission of the Philippines sat in a room in London and listen to people tell their stories of surviving the massive typhoons that hit that country one after another in recent years but Kasan recounted how her family survived Typhoon Haiyan in two thousand thirteen my grandmother everyone was just praying. We were saying saying the second floor of the hotel. So from where we were we could see the water levels levels rising until the ground floor was fully submerged. You can see the water the cars floating when the water went down she and her her family walked hours home through streets covered in debris and bodies because explained how the storm wrecked the economy of her home city cut off drinking water and and killed thousands of people she was one of the hundreds of people who testified before the Human Rights Commission at multiple hearings around the world. The inquiry relied on the same team underlying climate science as recent lawsuits have researched that connects fossil fuel companies to the effects of climate change including stronger tropical storms and although the commission is not itself illegal body. Its final report later this year. We'll still carry weight explains Burger. The most important thing that could come out of it is is a declaration of violation of human rights and you know that's a powerful thing. Nobody wants to be accused of being human rights violator. It's one piece of a nascent nascent push to change the business models of the world's fossil fuel companies and as climate science gets more sophisticated and climate change is ever more present in the lives lives of average people that pressure is likely to keep increasing Rebecca Hersher N._p._R.
"boulder county" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"They got hit twice because they talk too much. They tell everybody we stop toner by that. Tone your tone everybody where you live these days all face but i'm out of town. That's another one you know. You'd all be on that. Show lease out of town for a week. Let's go to his place still the fucking coca orig- when i leave town i got walking cameras. I got i got that sebastian security systems for talks talks about you had the basic. I went all out you know. The fucking neighbors are very watchful on that block <hes> you know you have to be. I'll take anything for granted because i know that's what they're most vulnerable when they were those long. Oh boy they were walking down when you didn't even know when you get sloppy can't get sloppy him. I made a living out of people getting sloppy. It was they put a suit on it was days. I would just put a pseudo. These buildings on lankershim would just walk up and down the buildings and knock rondos. He's right sickly. There's no ryan sickly history but then you get the white house hold on. Let me check my new business. Do you work. It may be a purse sitting on a fucking tons. I knocked on the door opened and deposit bag on a on a desk and i look out in the hallway. Nobody put the deposit back. Take a walk in the b. Two granted to him. I can't tell you had five times to walk through due to building just walked through the building like owned it. I haven't been on the job interview one time. I robbed the ten o'clock. I'm conscientious number at nine thirty. I got the whole place open. The safe wide open safe was wide open. I kept knocking hello. Oh what do we have here. I walked out of them. I took the. I had a suit on a took so much change. That's was sideways. I took the bag nichols goals inside around side. <hes> never ended so i so back to you going into prison. You're you just snorted cocaine now taking you on a bus right to the penitentiary putting me in boulder county jail for what a boss county jail no you're right. It's right there in those days was connected so boom. You're a cell in county jail. I are you a solo. Oh you in a bunch of people in general pop art. How many people would you say is in their twenty per unit and you start here. You are you scared. I like to think i'm a man. I'd be scared to fucking die and even trying to fuck whatever they told me to do. The work gets out as soon as you go what you would net therefore kidnapping one can them to it a machine and you're not gonna make fun. Diving thing also sounds like it involves children..
"boulder county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Found her some life threatening injuries clay league with the boulder county sheriff's office says it deputies discovered deer hair in the handle bars of the woman's bike it happened on sunshine canyon drive west of the city of boulder eagle county officials are working to identify a body found in the eagle river amber bear it with the sheriff's office says the body was discovered pinned against rocks they didn't identify the body of the male or female so my guess is that it's been in the river for awhile Barrett says it took members of five agencies to descend to the river and retrieve the body she says detectives have not ruled out foul play but they do say there's no ongoing threat to the community Colorado parks and wildlife seeing an increase in bear problems in several camping areas lakes and the James peak wilderness Rock Creek road dispersed camping area beer reservoir road so kind of a lot in the areas of the four service areas in boulder and learn our county Jason clay with parks and wildlife says it's important people keep food and scented items out of tens and store their food in a bear canister well away from their campsite harmless afternoon will give way to July whether in some portions of the metro area this evening and tonight thunderstorms could be have some locally heavy rainfall small hail and wind gusts to fifty miles per hour Jim Kalina with the National Weather Service temperatures will stay quite warm to start the new week low nineties on Sunday and Monday with mid nineties by Tuesday and the Rockies tonight going for a third straight win when they take on the Reds in Cincinnati next update at four thirty David Kay okay away newsradio eight fifty eight AM and ninety four one FM only one lane is still getting through seven or twenty five of one hundred forty fourth Avenue following an earlier France the right wing is getting through we are back in force so several miles as a result of role Rantzen was brown eyes seventy near Monaco still backing you up to a banner a new crest something like twenty five and I. seventy is causing stop and go to lays back to US thirty six and we had a fire eastbound I. seventy a vehicle fire respond I submit Georgetown that has been cleared we still have backups for a couple of miles CBS for weather clouds are rolling in this afternoon with a good chance for some more afternoon showers a high near ninety low tonight in the mid sixties eighty five in Denver now this report is sponsored by true car looking to buy a car online shopping can be confusing but not anymore we're true price from true car now you know the exact price you'll pay for the car you want to see what other people pay for two when you're ready to buy a new or used car visit true car to enjoy more confident car buying experience bill Jones KO a newsradio Colorado's news traffic and weather station there's no question you need omega threes but which form should you take fish oil or oil scientists have debated this for years luckily there's a new solution to satisfy everyone it's called Carrillo may give fifty plus it combines ultrapure fish oil and joins food being krill oil together in just one tiny pill it's so powerful it can promote the health of your heart and your arteries and if that wasn't enough it could also boost your joint comfort in trust days we're so sure cruel omega fifty.
"boulder county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Into the mass shooting that left twelve people dead in southern California. A gunman opened fire in the borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks were hundreds of college students were partying assistant FBI director Delacour says they have mass resources to devote to the investigation we will pursue the digital trail and any other lead. So we need to we have the manpower to conduct as many leads as her necessary. Investigators say they still have no motive former. Bronco quarterback. Chad Kelly is formerly charged with felony trespassing in connection with the incident after Halloween party on October twenty third that case cost him his job with the Broncos Kelly's accused of walking into a home sitting on a couch and mumbling incoherently. We're already tracking a cold front. They've could swoop into the metro area Saturday nights CBS fours Ashton Altieri says it will bring a chance for snow not a huge storm, but still enough to create perhaps some disruption for your weekend plans the metro area one to three inches for Saturday night into Sunday morning. If you're in the foothills both sixty five hundred feet or so in Jefferson County or Boulder County to six inches of snow, and it will be cold the high on Sunday will likely be below freezing. Being dead hasn't stopped some celebrities from raking in the cash, Michael Jackson tops, this year's list of Forbes highest paid dead. Celebrities Jackson's estate is earned some four hundred million dollars from the sale of a neon my publishing steak as well as the Sony record deal in a Halloween. TV special other dead celebrities on the list include Elvis Presley with forty million Arnold. Palmer with thirty five million in Bob Marley with twenty three million in all dead. Celebrities have raked in six hundred twenty nine million dollars this year. Stocks are mixed at the close on Wall Street after the Federal Reserve's latest policy statement, the fed held interest rates steady today, but said it expects further gradual increases ahead at the closing bell. The Dow gained eleven points, the NASDAQ lost forty points and the S and P five hundred dropped seven points. Our next update is at four thirty..
"boulder county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Progressive. It's going to be interesting to see how he is going to govern. Because he's made a lot of promises. One of those was no property taxes. I don't see how he gets this done without jacking up the property taxes in Baltimore County. How red Mer again good guy. You know, very accomplished Maryland insurance Commissioner he conceded last night. I just. And congratulated him one is hard fought victory as you know, Johnny is. Incredibly intelligent and articulate young, man. He's gonna have a wall future in Boulder County, the state of Maryland. Well, it's not recoverable for us. Thankfully, thankfully, we all need to congratulate governor HOGAN only being elected to a second. Yeah. That was about the only highlight along with Andy hers and our very own Ninomiya. Joni winning a seat in the house of delegates last night looks like they're going to be a split ticket there and forty to be with the Michelle Guyton the democrat finishing second in close behind her Tim Robinson. And again, they're very close. So I don't know if there's going to be a recount there are not and Brian frosh easily cruises to victory by almost twenty points yesterday for the state attorney general so the Blue Wave was experienced, but it was here in Maryland. And obviously the governor HOGAN had no real cocaine speak of although he did support Mary Beth Arosa down in a Worcester county who defeated longtime incumbent, Jim Mathias, the democrat former ocean city mayor, but as far as the Baltimore County, racists, concern, the governor endorsed Al read Moore. He also endorsed. Alan Kimmelman and Howard county. Both of them lost Steve shoe, Republican in anaerobic county losing. And of course, the I guess the the big thing too. Is that the Democrats continue to hold onto their super majorities in both the house and the Senate here in Maryland. Meaning they'll still have the votes to override vetos by governor HOGAN, so. The except for governor HOGAN, and except for Andy Harris there a sprinkling of Republicans here. And there it wasn't too much cheer about last night for Republicans. How do you explain this because we've seen this before? But governor HOGAN again, he's he's personally very likable. Again. He is a center left Republican a not a conservative is basically worked with the Democrats on number of very important issues to the Democrats and the battled cancer. He is likeable. And I think people voted for the person certainly not for the party. That's why you don't have coattails. That's why. And I kept telling all these people on Facebook and on social media, you wait and see I was talking to consultants and pundits and analysts and even delegates and candidates themselves. They were all concerned there wouldn't be coattails, and it proves to be true here in Maryland. The GOP did win the eastern shore. Or seat of Senator Jim Mathias? It's Mary Beth Carozza, which you mentioned Frank and the Baltimore County seat vacated by Senator Jim broken in in forty two. That is Chris west he won that seat. And again, the two most conservative Democrats in that chamber for Mathiason and broke him Republican Senator Gail Bates is trailing the democrat by over one hundred fifty votes in a district that spans Howard and Carroll appears at Kathy Claus Meyer is fending off a challenge by delegate Christian mealy who've been strongly endorsed by HOGAN. So again, a great night for HOGAN, and Andy Harris, but outside of that and for for Nina Mangione and a few others. It was dismal for Republicans here in the state of Maryland and the lesson once once again. You need to build the party and just hasn't happened in these one and done candidates. And that's that's been the problem with the Republican party for so long. You have a guy coming in or woman coming in. And they want to try for the near the top slots either in congress of US Senate. They miss out as would be expected, and they're one and done. You never hear from them again. All right, six fifteen traffic.
Family seeks drone pilots to help find missing woman in Colorado
"Meantime, the search continues by family members of a missing long. One woman reading. Gutierrez Garcia disappeared in March And hasn't been seen sense family friend Omar HOGAN was among those searching boulder counties lefthand canyon over the weekend he's. Calling on those with air capabilities to help out people with drones obviously they cover more. Ground and and more quickly it'll be a lot more helpful than a person just walk. It, investigators have said they do not believe Goodyear's Garcia still. Alive they do, have a suspect in
"boulder county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Patient in question had reported being in an area of the, Congo on a medical missionary trip but he was in a. Location where the -able out Outbreak had recently been officially declared over a Rocky Mountain national park ranger has. Discovered the. Body and steep terrain near. The summit of mount meeker park. Officials, say the Boulder County coroner's office will release positive identification of the body after an autopsy officials say it is believed to be the body of thirty eight year old Brian. Perry Perry had hiked mount maker June thirtieth but has not been, seen since strong winds hit the northeastern Colorado town of brush yesterday afternoon the airport, was hit pretty hard luckily we are fortunately. We didn't have any reports of serious injuries we did have a semi on the interstate that rolled over when this thing came through and I understand that had, to extricate a couple of people. Out of there and I don't have reports of injuries on that that's the mayor of brush Rick Bain and. The Colorado. Rockies completed the sweep of the Oakland a.'s yesterday afternoon a Gore's filled final score three. The two they now move on to Saint Louis to open up a series on the road against, the cardinals next update twelve thirty am Roger quarterback KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty. AM and ninety four one. FM Dorking serious accident on. Eastbound I seventy approaching I twenty five. At Paco's that stretch was closed for several hours it looks like, the right lane may be. Getting through there now but still to avoid it if you can the usual construction at the I seventy golden freeway interchanges causing some slowing. Their the ramp from the golden freeway onto, eastbound I seventy is closed for that roadwork overall all the highways. Around the metro area pretty wide open. Right now your CBS, four weather, forecast for tonight partly, to mostly cloudy fifty eight four and.
Body found in RMNP, believed to be missing Fort Collins man
"Thick fog in the metro area and. Beyond this morning almost all. Of eastern Colorado has low clouds or fog, going on in. Fact from Denver DIA all the way up to just outside of Fort Collins out into the northeastern, planes as far as visibility goes right now a lot of areas way. Down DIA right now, is, at a about a oh tenth visibility less than a, quarter of a mile, there DIA into Aurora CBS four Dave Aguilera that fog is causing delays. At DIA, some flights, being held at their airports of origin so check with your airline if. You're flying or picking up this morning a Rocky Mountain national park ranger has discovered a body, in steep terrain near the summit, of mount meager park, officials say the Boulder County coroner's office will release positive. Identification of the body after an autopsy officials say it is believed. To be the body of Thirty eight. Year old Brian Perry Perry had hiked mount meeker June thirtieth but has not been seen since the, Rockies just keep rolling Greg bird as a home run.
Feds say 711 immigrant children can't be reunited with parents ahead of deadline
"To reunite all eligible families separated by the US Mexico border by tonight's court ordered deadline ABC news, chief national correspondent Tom Llamas has the latest. A federal government saying more than seven hundred children are ineligible for reunification. Because, of. An issue with their parents including hundreds of cases where the parents are. No longer even in this country the government will now have to work and try to. Figure out how when if they'll be, able, to get those families back together West Nile is back in Boulder County. Boulder, County public health says the, virus has shown, up in mosquitos in. Erie Lewisville in Longmont because we've had so much rain and then followed by, hot weather any standing pools are perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes China with. Boulder County she says homeowners are encouraged to drain water. From planners tires kiddie pools and the light people should also use deet and wear long sleeves and pants particularly at dusk and dawn Colorado Rockies off. Tonight they. Opened up a three game set a Coors field tomorrow night against. The Oakland a.'s our coverage Starts at six first..
"boulder county" Discussed on Science for the People
"There no explanations that really convincingly explain these patterns across systems in so that's one of the reasons i decided to use this large data set was collected by mostly other people in i did some of it to try to figure out if if i could kind of tease apart the the age in the sex in the other possible contributors to what explains flea aggregation and the thing that was really interesting to me is there's not even really a lot of consistency from year to year in how many fleas prairie dog has in so that implied to me that it can't really be something intrinsic about the host because if it was something intrinsic about the host than the ducks with lots of fleas one year would have lots of fleas the next year and that just wasn't wasn't the case and so i think that it's largely driven by still casting things that maybe we're not measuring that well climate is certainly a big player in how many fleas are in a whole population every year but it also can can play a role by how healthy the prairie dogs are under different different weather patterns and so some of our my colleagues in fort collins have done some good work that's shown that if dogs have really good body condition because it's a wet year and there's lots of vegetation then they can fight off fleas better in so it's it this is a long winded way of saying that it's complicated and it's probably some mix of environmental factors stoke has dizzy and then what the host is doing is there danger to the prairie dogs survival as a species from plague potentially there's it seems that so far there has been enough recolonization from not only at a small scale like boulder county but across the the range of periods a nice should say multiple species of prairie dogs is seems like they're not.
"boulder county" Discussed on Science for the People
"The area and so there were always some colonies that were sort of reserves that still had prairie dogs in them that were not extinct in so when one colony went extinct there is still another one somewhat nearby that could end up repopulating that that first extinct colony and so as a result of that the slow speed of plague moving and the fact that there are lots of other colonies nearby to repopulate there was the county at a whole boulder county was able to retain the amount of genetic diversity that was previously there in prairie dogs and you mentioned that one of your colleagues was studying the fleas and you've also done some studies on the fleas why is it important to study fleas that's a good question and i i've kind of become a convert in recent years in the i the mammals are cuter i mean everybody is sort of more drawn to a fuzzy thing than a flea but the fleas are such an interesting part of the story that we know so little about in part of that that they're this missing link in between how how the pathogen gets from one individual to another of course it can be transmitted directly but the primary way that plague is transmitted is through the flea and so it's interesting for lotteries including that the pathogen has to adapt to living inside the flea which is not necessarily very good conditions it's in a small arthropods pool of blood basically and the arthur pod is dependent on host in so they're interesting questions about adaptation there also interesting questions about how different fleas have themselves adapted to the pathogen some flea species are really good at transmitting plague and other fleas species are less good at transmitting plague and there's just we just know much less about that component of the system than we do about the the mammals when you.
"boulder county" Discussed on Science for the People
"Well i don't know i've definitely gotten sick before but i was not the hospital did not test me for plague unfortunately but you know we take a lot of precautions and basically the main way that we could get exposed to plague is the same way actually that you are any other person who is not actively catching dogs could get exposed and that's by the flea bites and so you know if a lot of well i'll tell you what we did for so we in order to protect against lee bites we wear long sleeves long pants long everything which is quite uncomfortable when it's one hundred degrees outside but it's worth it and so that that pretty much protects against the fleas biting us if they do jump on they just stay there's no skin there's nothing they're interested in biting until they'll jump back on the prairie dogs but you did get sick they didn't test you for it was it was a poor decision on their part so you're looking at play can you we're looking at how it might affect genetic diversity and you were kind of looking to see if it would cause inbreeding what did you end up finding will i phoned something really that was really surprising to me and that was the there really were no observed there was no observed increase in inbreeding it all and in fact there was a in many colonies there is an increase in genetic diversity in decrease in inbreeding and i was really perplexed about this and i concluded in part that i think that the reason for that was one of the reasons is that in boulder county anyway it's a fairly fragmented landscape with lots of moderate urbanisation agricultural land use and parks in all sorts of things in as a result of that that fragmentation i believe that plague moved relatively slowly through the through the stuff.
"boulder county" Discussed on Science for the People
"Lack of choice everybody right so it's sort of inbreeding is just an inevitable consequence of small populations and when the populations undergo these crashes that's that's an unavoidable consequence and so you decided to look at prairie dog colonies that might have suffered these crashes how did you find these prairie dog colonies how did they get the play like you didn't you didn't play no we're not allowed to do that for for good reason it was i hate to say that it was fortuitous because it clearly wasn't fortuitous for the dogs but it was for tweeted is for for me during my dissertation because there had been a longterm dog in play ecology project going on with other scientists at the university of colorado and just write about when i started my my graduate studies there was a big plague outbreak in boulder county where the longterm study site was and so is able to observe before kind of during after a plague epidemic lucky you right and you went out and you study these prairie dogs what did you what did you do exactly how did you study them are you asking how i caught them you know how we got the data i'm leading up to that yeah i want a day for science it's a fun story there actually you know their product the rodents and so you would think it would be really easy to outsmart them just catch him in it's sort of demoralizing to learn that that's not the case that you can actually be outsmarted by a rodent but for the most part we can catch a lot of them by placing live traps out on their colonies in they're very wary so they sometimes take a few days to get used to the fact that there's a trap there and so we we wire the trap open and put bait in it so that they can learn that they can go in the trap in and out freely and get free food and then once they're accustomed to the traps we actually set them so you know three days or a week or something later and will one.
One-handed LB Shaquem Griffin drafted by Seattle Seahawks, reunited with twin brother Shaquill
"The broncos in the sixth round of the nfl draft denver takes highlands ranch native sam jones jones knows there were thirty one other teams that could have taken him is just means so much to me that i get to stay here and the broncos team that i grew up rooting for and and in a state that i love it's it's incredible jones played offensive guard at arizona state the scouting report on the thunder ridge graduate says he possesses impressive athleticism and constantly battles and that he'll need to add a little more strength overall the broncos have now taken a defensive and too wide receivers a running back defensive back linebacker tight end and guard a historic day for the nfl with a draft of chakib griffin at this year's nfl scouting combines akeem griffin's forty yard dash in four point three eight seconds was the events fastest by a linebacker in fifteen years from an amputee without a left hand and today the central florida's stars taken to the fifth round of the nfl draft by the seattle seahawks leaving him speechless it was i couldn't breathe i didn't know what to say when i was trying to get the words out best of all one of griffin's new teammates is his twin brother shaquille a seahawk cornerback joey wahler abc news the boulder county sheriff's office wants to store weapons in gun safes at schools sheriff's deputies say say it takes too long for officers to get the lion's middle and senior schools and niwa high school in the event of a school.
Newsradio, Denver and Cbs discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Newsradio and it's warmer weather today but then it's back to rain snow and cold initially it'll be rain with a few thunderstorms and then rain changing over to snow overnight into tuesday now it should be cold enough tuesday morning that we see some snow in and around the denver metro area it's going to be less than an inch and several inches may accumulate in and near the foothills all the way up into the mountains by tuesday afternoon cbs is dave aguilera says temps on tuesday will be in the forties this man may want to stay away from wild animals dylan mcwilliams was bitten by a shark and why just seven months after he was attacked by a bear in boulder county i woke up to crunching sound and a lot of pain and bareheaded holding my head and was dragging me across the ground mcwilliam says he eventually scared off the berry needed stitches in his leg for that shark attack on thursday but he's going to be okay and sports rocky's made it interesting in their game against the cubs sunday afternoon won't oh pitch ground ball off works he grabs it clips to first base the second base rocky score two more nine two seven chicago that was the final the rockies wind up losing nine two seven the.
"boulder county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Hey if you do this then you will be prosecuted he could possibly finally got go to jail um i think it comes down to politics and ideology that's all my thoughts eric right on right on right on thank you i think you're right um i don't disagree with what you've said he there you know aid with has been established that there is no rule requiring these students to stand but does this rise to the degree of child abuse and third degree assault your comments about looking at the politics the personal politics of the boulder county district attorney and others involved in this case are with merit and i think that needs to be a all part of its examination and this is this indeed some sort of open or veiled threat to other teachers uh from this child's parents and or the administration of the school and the dea could very well be could very well be and i think that's uh i think what you said is it holds water i really do think smith dui you're on came jay thanks for waiting i oh ray there is a uh uh radio station up in the north valley that goes to the school and records the pledge of allegiance of each class uh along that line i would like to see these children that don't stay on and don't civil the flag don't stand for and national anthem be barred from any government job including the military including uh county offices so that they cannot holes in office since they cannot respect united state.
"boulder county" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Twenty eight hundred jfk files released by the national archives correspondent tom foreman benz are ear there is nineteen 75 report in these files all that was about the cia attempting to assassinate asked innate fidel castro in cuba by slipping him some poison pills into his drinks and in this report there is reference drought robert kennedy said the other really careful about this because you're going to be done with the help of the mafia defense secretary james mattis is making a show of solidarity with south korea traveling to the heavily fortified buffer zone between the north and south known as the dmz he's also getting briefed on conditions along the border president trump declared the opioid crisis the national public health emergency more people are dying from drug overdoses today then from gun homicides and motor vehicles come bye bye declaring the opioid epidemic a public health emergency the president allows shifting of funds for the fight but no extra money he talked up criminal enforcement and the border wall we are already distributing nearly one billion dollars in grants for addiction prevention and treatment and over fifty million dollars to support law enforcement progr graham's that assist those facing prison and facing addiction bob costantini the white house investigators in colorado saved the son of former fox news host eric bolling died of a mix of cocaine and the painkiller sentinel the boulder county coroner's office said nineteen year old eric chase bowling a history of drug abuse and in september eight death was accidental reuters reports pharmacy operators cvs health corporation has made an offer to acquire the number three us health insurer edna for over sixty six billion dollars according to people familiar with the matter i'm barbara kusak.
"boulder county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The metro area up to four inches in the foothills fronting we start the day at nineteen and only get up to forty from cbs four i'm ashton altieri on koa newsradio 850 am and now the big changes cloudy much colder and windy idjybd shirley fortysix them cold rain in the early afternoon that'll change in a light snow up to an inch possible mainly on the grass the metro area up to four inches reform from capitol hill president trump tweeted earlier this week trying to shut down talk about possible changes coming to 401 case rating quote this is always been a great in popular middleclass tax break that works and it stays but house ways and means chairman congressman kevin brady isn't so sure speaking at a breakfast wednesday brady wouldn't say that changes to 401 k are off the table and said saying his committee is still working on incentives to save more and safe sooner inner continuing discussions with the president janine norman abc news capitol hill president trump says the gop is getting along after two high profile republican senators who are not running for reelection slammed him in his politics the fact is that there was there was a tremendous unity unified we're really unified on do we want facts capitol hill president trump says the gop is getting along after two high profile republican senators who are not running for reelection slammed him in his politics the fact is and to hold a private fundraiser a small plane made an emergency landing today in a boulder county field the plane was having a mechanical problem them landed in boulder county open space one facts for businesses to produce this great here today and the president is on his way to texas to get a briefing on hurricane recovery efforts there and to hold a private fundraiser a small plane made an emergency landing today in a boulder county field the plane was having a mechanical problem landed in boulder county open space behind the eleven thousand block of jasper wrote in every erie the pilot was not hurt and the plane was not seriously damaged westminster police say many people responded to immediately to help a little boy this morning after he was hit by a.