17 Burst results for "Collins Loveland"

"collins loveland" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Had formed back in twenty fourteen as a private sector economic development group They were their aim was to cover. Both larimer and weld counties They took over Really for the the old meet northern colorado economic development corporation which had existed for quite a few years and That that had resulted from the merger of organizations in fort collins loveland but One no co A has officially decided to disband. And they will distribute their remaining resources about forty thousand dollars to the fort collins loveland and greeley chambers of commerce as well as the northern colorado legislative alliance So it it really has changed the landscape for the economic development efforts for northern colorado of course there is a really based upstate colorado economic development. Which has focused mainly on brilliant weld county but upstate also is working with her has been working with a lot of other organizations and governments including lamoure county and economic economic development officials within different cities around larimer and well counties There's a program called northern colorado. Ready are edi. That's not an organization. But really collaboration. And i think that's where the focus will be going forward in terms of regional economic development initiatives. We'll so does this mean that. This kind of leaves an opening here northern car. Do you think it's going to be filled or do you think it's just something that that might be picked up by some of the ones that you just mentioned. It remains to be seen Right now as i said that northern colorado ready which stands for regional economic development initiative is is a collaboration among the local chambers of commerce in cla upstate and and some of the governmental bodies. That i mentioned right now that that again will be just a a program not an independent organization Upstate is very very much involved in.

"collins loveland" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"The fort collins loveland and greeley chamber of commerce as well as the northern colorado legislative alliance So it it really has changed the landscape for the economic development efforts for northern colorado of course there is really based upstate colorado economic development which has focused mainly on a brilliant weld county But upstate also is working with or has been working with a lot of other organizations and governments including lamoure county and Economic economic development officials within different cities around larimer and well counties There's a program called northern colorado. Ready are edi. That's not an organization. But really a collaboration. And i think that's where the focus will be going. Forward in. terms of regional economic development. Initiatives will so. Does this mean that the this kind of leaves an opening here northern car. Do you think it's going to be filled or do you think that that might be picked up by some of the ones that you just mentioned. Well it remains to be seen Right now as i said that northern colorado ready which stands for regional economic development initiative is a collaboration Among the the local chambers of commerce in cla upstate and and some of the governmental bodies. That i mentioned right now that that again will be just a program not an independent organization. upstate is very very much involved in.

"collins loveland" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"So we know what the demographic is but it would you say. It's the minority people who are nervous coming back in for me For at least for what i see. I think it's probably about thirty percent of the outcome in our little. Hasn't you know they. They come in wearing their masks. And they wear their masks all the way to their seats and That's your to me. That's a significant portion. That are still quite hesitant yet. Yeah i'm probably the same for us But i think there's surrounding communities that Larimer county being one of them had a little bit stricter mass mandate them well county Had throughout the whole thing right to so. I think people that are used to Coming from or going to places in fort collins loveland or in those areas are a little more usa. Just you just automatically put your mask on when you walk inside become second nature. Yeah we were in fort collins on sunday just hitting some shops and we went over to crooked stave and in a couple of other berries. Peop- you know. A lot of people are still inside. wear their masks and in a lot of the restaurants still require That you wear your mask to get to table and it's probably not a bad idea at this stage of the game to just be a little bit more cautious because you don't know i mean fifty percent of the people have been vaccinated but what about the other fifty percent right. I don't know if the staff or ever gonna wanna give him up because then people can see their faces. Unruly customer sticking their tongue out at some. So you know now. Larimer county is one hundred percent capacity. No social distancing unknown math mandate that came down as well. That was effective. Starting on monday That mask mandate doesn't fall into place because they're following along with the state guidelines and recommendations. So that's i mean that's a big change for as strict as larimer county was with it. That's a huge change. While you're gonna it's gonna take some time for all everywhere to kind of implementing and decide what's best for their their operation so like. I said sunday there are a lot of places we're still you know requesting social distancing there still not one hundred based on the size of the place You could tell they weren't at full capacity yet and there's still a lot of mask wearing going on a lot of at full capacity still is based upon how many employees you have to sure absolutely absolutely well and then what what. I'm wondering now is you know. We'll be the local businesses. That and i think it will. It'll be the local businesses started. Peel back these restrictions. I but you could own a lot of these chains. They're still going to keep the mask mandate in place. I mean that that's going to be around for the nationwide chain because the rules are so different from state to state you know. They just want to a constant message throughout the company..

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"collins loveland" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Of that and is bitcoin. The new goal or is it. One of the biggest market bubbles in history. We'll check in with keith. Wineman presidential wealth management when he joins us run around seven. Thirty four seven thirty now. Thirteen ten kfi kfi party. Northern colorado's force thirteen ten kfi k. The block party wednesdays from four to ten. Pm great piece in the wall street journal by the editorial board this morning this as oil prices have spiked across the central us while regulators ordered rolling blackouts. Yesterday expected to continue at least through today if not through the rest of the week as an arctic blast has frozen wind turbines here in writes. The editorial board is the paradox of the left's climate agenda the less. We use fossil fuels the more we need them oil and gas industry frozen out in the cold keith. Wineman presidential wealth management in now correct. Correct me if i'm wrong. This sub headline right beneath the headline on the wall street journal article. That say it illustrates the folly of eliminating natural gas and coal. It certainly does the folly. Eliminating natural gas and coal as four people. Four million people in texas are without power this morning because of statewide rolling blackouts because there isn't enough electricity to meet demand and keep in mind that includes the networks. They're going on the national grid by electric city to meet the man that includes that they can't buy enough. They can't find enough electricity to buy to meet the demands. Well excuse me at the platte river power authority a just this weekend issuing a very rare call to conserve energy asking its customers in fort collins. Loveland estes park and longman to well Just to conserve on sunday when it came to their power usage from four to ten pm. Yeah yeah so it's wide reaching and there's another one common another storm coming thursday wednesday in wednesday night into thursday. So what are we learned from this. Anything bueller pickets really prices for oil. Natural gas and gasoline prices are sharply higher. One would expect that west. Texas intermediate the us benchmark crude oil shot up to well over well over sixty dollars a barrel yesterday this morning. It's at fifty nine dollars and sixty cents a barrel natural gas prices holding over three.

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"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"NBC News Radio's Mark Mayfield coming up here on Colorado's Morning news. We get the latest on the transition taking place in Washington in about Operation work, speed, all the politics all the science. It's coming up in a moment. We'll talk with ABC News is recline right now. The drive checking over John Morrissey. Starting to see that he's bound to 70 Dr. Load up a little bit right around York you drive this morning for the most part is pretty good. We got a light dusting for the most part around the metro area, but things very greatly from one side of town to the other. This morning, you'll see more snow up against the foothills to the west of town. So a very slick Dr West to see 4 70 getting into the foothills. We've had some chain laws and traction laws long that I 70 drive and along to 85, some of them have been dropped. The traction laws were dropped on to 85 between sea forces. Nobody and Pine Junction. So that's an indication that the plow crews are doing the job getting out there getting it done and making it a better drive. But you could still run into a slick spot for sure around the metro area, bridges and ramps, for example, and certainly West of C 4 70 heading up into the foothills that includes that drive on US six heading up the Black Hawk. On 1 19 heading up from Boulder. Also, you drive on 36 boulder up toward lions, Northern Colorado. Probably got a little bit more snow than we did so round four Collins Loveland Long month out toward Greely up toward the state line. Wyoming state line Definitely gonna be slicker. You're gonna run into some fog two up in the mountains down toward Douglas County. A slicker drive a little bit higher in elevation. So from C 4 70 south on I 25 But pay most attention to your bridges and Rams this morning. We're doing pretty good. As far as accidents go, haven't seen any big problems. There is one problem when I 70 the Bedford sports traffic, So that's a closure of westbound. I 70 in West Glenwood. That's a crash. Their semi flipped over. But for us in the Metro area, pretty decent drive. We got some snow overnight, not a ton. And definitely going to be a possibility of a slick spot, but not a superstar full on slick drive. This report is sponsored by Was there a credit union Want to be more proactive about your financial life Right now? Explore your finances with a virtue or in person financial check If it was sterile and then explore Colorado to.

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"collins loveland" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"KFI K A. Dark billowing smoke blanketing much of northern Colorado as ash rained down yesterday after winds drove explosive growth of that cameron peak fire. Now, the largest wildfire in Colorado history growing more than twenty thousand acres. Since Tuesday, it is now listed at one hundred, Fifty, eight, thousand, three, hundred acres with fifty six percent containment. Now, this is according to a facebook update last night working for peace by miles blunt hearts Kelly lyle out of the Fort Collins Colorado in this morning, it was shocking wasn't it? I was actually driving. To and fro up to Fort Collins and returning. Around ten thirty or so, and I like so many others pulled off the road got out of our cars. Of course, we were safely up the road I mean we're not stopping traffic or anything like that but it was like we were shellshocked. Did you feel that way yesterday as it was just that? Fix billowing. Cameron fire and it was that dark smoke which meant, yes, structures were impacted. Now we don't know how many structures at this point, but we'll get into what we do know and I had to shake my head because I came across well here. Let me pull this up where I came across this headline. From a Denver, news outlet K. Cameron peak fire has flared up. But where's the smoke? Hey y'all might want to look past the confines of Denver because it was visible from Denver. I mean particularly Greeley Loveland Fort Collins much of Larimer county talked to so many people yesterday as we just stood there in shock watching this monster of ablaze. Fire made another huge run east on Wednesday again. Let's set at one hundred, Fifty, eight, thousand three hundred acres making it the largest wildfire in Colorado history. It's now surpassed another twenty thousand fire. That's the Pine Gulch fire for the largest in the state's history Pine Gulch fire near Grand Junction reached one, hundred, thirty, nine, thousand, seven acres before it was fully contained. In late September now Larimer County Justin Sheriff Justin Smith. Said there were indeed structures lost on Wednesday, but it could take some time before a full assessment is made but there were wins reaching well into the seventy mile per hour range overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. Causing a big run on that fire and nine new evacuation orders within twenty four hours. But back to the structures that were lost these aren't the ones that we can get to quickly said Sheriff Smith because they're in a very active fire. Looking days ahead before we're going to be able to get folks back in there now while lower temperatures are expected in the coming days, well, it's still expected to be very active fire conditions. Things will calm down a little, but we're expecting almost if not as much activity Thursday into Friday, we're not through this wave of activity yet this according to incident commander. Damn Dallas expect a couple more days of very hard days while it was a destructive day saw smoke pouring over the front range where's the smoke ASA Denver News outlet the Smith one that well, it could have been so much worse adding it was a bad day but I. Will leave you with this. It could have been very easily it could have very easily been. He reiterated that point could have been a lot worse. We had no reported injuries no deaths a lot fewer structures were impacted than we truly anticipated based on what we saw. Now, the fire has pushed clothes closer to Fort Collins much closer as well to the west side of horse tooth, reservoir but Sheriff Smith says, there's little concern about it causing any evacuations in Fort Collins. Loveland were estes park the heavy timbers that are fueling the fire. Well, they're just not they're they're not available the near to the cities that this fire actually approaches. So now, into its second month of burning the mountains west of Fort Collins fire flared as so many of us witnessed yesterday threatening scores, mountain. Homes, and sending that massive column of smoke above the northern front range. By four twenty. Yesterday afternoon, the fire had crossed a stove prairie road. This is Larimer County Road Twenty seven near Buckhorn Canyon Road County Road Forty Four H.. Officials weren't able at that point to say how far across stowe prairie road the fire had moved. An update on twitter. At Five thirty said, firefighters had been able to slow the spread of the. Fire. East of County Road Twenty seven. That's stowe. Prairie road. Saying that County Road Twenty seven was holding at that point in time. Fire actually shot east of the Colorado State University Mountain campus into that mountainous area northwest of Glenhaven by noon firefighters reported the fire was well established atop the eleven thousand foot signal mountain by two thirty yesterday afternoon. Larimer County Sheriff's Office. Had made its fifth mandatory evacuation order in twenty four hours ordering folks out of horse. Tooth Mountain Park. Bob Cat Ridge Natural Area Mason Ville over he'll drive and all of Risk Canyon including Stratton Park. Shortly after three o'clock a voluntary evacuation order was issued for Laurie State Park West of Fort Collins for thirteen the evacuation was upgraded to a mandatory order Colorado Parks and wildlife officials decided to evacuate the park shortly thereafter and said that it midday there were only four to five year goals in park firefighters God bless them each and everyone relocated resources to stowe prairie road midday yesterday by two thirty yesterday afternoon many firefighters were watching waiting and planning from stove prairie elementary schools. The blaze continued its relentless eastward push father farther south. The Big Thompson Canyon communities of Drake and Glenhaven were placed on evacuation orders bringing the impact of fire related closures to well loved ones Western doorstep. Earlier Wednesday, overnight wind gusts of well upward of seventy miles per hour over the fire prompted mandatory evacuations east to Mason Velez fire crews cleared people from the foothills immediately west of Fort. Collins Loveland. Mason. Vale. is about thirty miles south east of the Colorado State University Mountain. Campus where firefighters entered Wednesday, an ongoing battle save structures Mason Bell located about twelve.

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"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Highs 96 Saturday and Sunday. For Monday. 90 Tuesday a rain snow mix high 40 It's 90 degrees in Denver, Boulder Police have released a sketch of the woman who allegedly assaulted a 12 year old boy this week. Carrying a president Trump lawn sign. It happened Monday at 1 45 it fulsome in Valmont as the boy was riding his bike. The white female between 20 and 30 tried to take the sign but was not successful. Boulder police are looking for tips. You can see that sketch at K O, a Colorado on Facebook and Twitter. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the economy is on its way to recovery. This is just in four months. We're more than halfway back from where we started in a terrible pandemic. The unemployment rate fell to 8.4%. The economy added 1.4 million jobs last month. The State Patrol says wildfire smoke from the Cameron Peak fire in Larimer County has really settled into Fort Collins. Loveland BIRTH it in Windsor, an air quality health advisory in effect until tomorrow morning at nine. It's a combination of problems. But Colorado Parks and Wildlife says an emergency fish salvage starts today at Bar Lake State Park near Brighton. There will be no limits on the fish you can catch during daylight hours at bar like you must have a fishing license. There are trout and while I in that reservoir C P W. Says the major loss of fish is probable. Because of low water high temps and a previous algae bloom on Wall Street, a comeback of sorts after stocks for down a lot in early trading, the Dow finished the day down. Just 1 59. NASDAQ Lost 1 45 S and P 500 was down 28. In sports Rockies and Dodgers tonight on K Away. Our coverage starts at seven. First pitch at 7 40 Our next update at 6 30 on Cathy Walker Koray News, radio 8 50 AM and 90 for one of you think about it..

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A little bit warmer with a high around sixty right now sunshine and thirty nine degrees at D. I. A. our top story some shocking results coming from a study of antibodies in the population in northern California which could then translate to the rest of the country knowing how many people in the community may have actually had called it nineteen and not known it and now I have the antibodies which could offer some of unity is critical in re opening the economy Stanford medicine tested thirty three hundred people in Santa Clara county finding up to four point two percent have the antibodies a far higher number than predicted they now predict in the county of two million residents up to eighty one thousand people may already have the antibodies Alex stone ABC news New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he cannot to ease up on stay at home restrictions yet with hundreds of deaths a day happening in his state during Cuomo's briefing the president tweeted that Cuomo should be complaining less and doing more Cuomo then fired back at the president first of all if he's sitting home watching TV maybe he should get up and go to work right Cuomo says the federal government needs to help the states I'm willing to do what I can do and more but I'm telling you I don't do China relations I don't do international supply chain and that's where the federal government can help lead Cuomo says everyone wants to stay at home orders to end self employed and gig economy workers in Colorado can start applying for unemployment on Monday the state labor department says it is opening a new call center and a virtual town hall to answer questions the eighty person remote call center opens Monday vice president Mike pens will be delivering his commencement speech to Air Force Academy graduates in person after all he was going to deliver the speech by video message but instead he'll be at the academy in Colorado springs tomorrow the Thunderbirds will be doing flyovers tomorrow along the front range after the Air Force Academy graduation numbers will take part in commencement at the Air Force Academy then afterwards the F. sixteens will do a one hour flyovers starting at twelve fifty the Thunderbirds flight path will take them over Greeley fort Collins Loveland boulder Denver Buckley Air Force base Colorado springs fort Carson in pueblo you were encouraged to take photographs and videos and post Malone with the hash tag a absolutes I'm Chuck Clark gateway newsradio wall street's all positive right now the Dow industrials up four hundred four points S. and P. five hundred gaining forty five and the nasdaq up thirty five our next news updates at twelve thirty I'm Susan wicket on Keighley news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM health care workers like me are in a fight for your life and ours our government's neglect.

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"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Half inches if that's true if that's official I should say then that would make it a world record Hey griz walled world record for boulder well you're really slick on the west side of town to see four seventy a you've got a crash westbound over Morrison wrote it is tough up toward boulder out on the west side Lake wouldn't end up into the foothills we've got a number of actions coming down I. seventy in two eighty five your driver heading into boulder was found thirty six McCaslin left lane blocked by a crash northbound I. twenty five has been really tough up in the fort Collins Loveland Longmont area you've got to ramp closed northbound I. twenty five to Broadway because of an accident which is getting into downtown the stuff nor been I. twenty five at Broadway down here you've got an accident down in the metro area that's blocking the left side of the highway eastbound I. seventy to seventy it's bad two hundred thirty seventh in Riverdale you've got an accident southbound I. twenty five approaching a hundred and twenty if there's an accident they're getting and to the Westminster area you're driving down toward the south side and east side not as much snow but can't rule out a slick spot so watch yourself this morning and if you see a traffic problem or get stuck in a backup call traffic tip line let us know just dial pound two fifty say Denver traffic this report is sponsored by liberty mutual insurance where you only pay for what you need nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage liberty mutual customize your coverage so you only pay for what you need customize your coverage with liberty mutual insurance next update and ten minutes on gateway newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM so the folks at Roy Rogers restaurants suggest you try the brisket burger mail it's a juicy role Rogers cheese burger with grilled onions Smithfield.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Some places for it well this is another taste of winter when all we want is spring this report is sponsored by up work we needed to Mandela demand up work as the world's largest network approved independent professionals and here's an alphabetical list of accountants administrative assistant animators architects you get the point when you need and demand talent on demand up work is how next update in ten minutes on Keighley news radio eight fifty a a ninety four one FM seven big gala judge coming up this afternoon at three will give you the latest from the coronavirus task force and the governor Jerry Polish will be our guest as well we'll see you at three on KOAA news radio we used on five thirty one the Thursday edition of Colorado's morning news April Marty with you this morning fox thirty one pinpoint weather right now thirty one degrees not gonna get much warmer today some winter weather in the year more spring like though tomorrow and through the weekend temperatures back into the fifties and sixties that's where we begin Denver getting hit with another late season taste of winter we're expecting as much as four inches of snow before the system moves out box thirty one chief meteorologist Dave Frasier tells us other areas could see a lot more best known the deepest will clearly be west of I twenty five in across the northern front range so you leave Denver and go up towards places like fort Collins Loveland Longmont continuing towards birth it and then into the foothills near Nederland Alan's park those areas could see anywhere from six to nine inches of snow while most of the metro area under a winter weather advisory three six o'clock tonight other parts of the state including areas west and north west of Denver under a winter weather warning things will warm up tomorrow as you said Marty and into the weekend governor Poloz wants to see some new data before making a decision on rolling back some of the corona virus related restrictions in the state he says the next few days are going to be key because today we don't know whether this is at yet a plateau or whether we're starting to make progress in decreasing the rate of infection and see a downward trend in the number of new cases each day the governor does warn that life as we know will likely include social distancing in the use of masks.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Colorado can we use radio time is nine o'clock our top story some areas could see some heavy snow tonight more on that story coming up first let's check traffic with Aaron Copeland well there's no is already starting if you're looking at I. seventy coming down about Georgetown Idaho springs down towards jealousy you're seeing some slows at speeds that is due to the snow I twenty five is still in good shape no problem but it is wet so watch for delays of actually coming they're also seeing some slowing on the boulder turnpike just west of superior so be aware of that as well hi dear cook without gateway newsradio the fifty eight ninety four one FM fox thirty one pinpoint whether it's cloudy right now thirty eight degrees we have clouds and snow in store for us tonight low down about twenty eight Thursday it'll be cloudy and snow continuing with a high near thirty one degrees and that is our top story on KOAA news radio winter weather advisory is in effect for much of the metro area fox thirty one chief meteorologist Dave Frasier says some areas could see some heavy snow yes snow in the deepest will clearly be west of I twenty five in across the northern front range so you leave Denver and go up towards places like fort Collins Loveland Longmont continuing towards birth it and then into the foothills near Nederland Alan's park those areas could see anywhere from six to nine inches of snow Dave says the weekend looks great with lots of sunshine governor pollicis starting to look at the long term effects of the statewide to stay at home order and how rolling back restrictions will be gradual the virus will be with us we have to find that sustainable.

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"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of things that we'd like to reduce the county is currently needing to plug more than twelve million dollars of a hole in the twenty twenty one budget shortfall that would not exist had voters approved a taper property tax initiative last November they went to the ballot last year we asked a tough question and they gave us a tough answer that is fox through one's Michael kind of possible reporting coming up we've got your money news I will take a look at the super ball down just a few days away on Sunday will have all of that straight ahead shortline automotive brings with it back outside watching your continued our people doing John what were you doing better out things are better off in fort Collins Loveland self on a twenty five across through the clearing that crash things are better on the north side sell but I twenty five you toward the north wind coming down toward the boulder turnpike better are you still have the right there at the boulder turnpike and Trudell's downtown but loosened up a little bit but still real heavy from Santa Fe getting down into the text of self and two to five heavy from I love New crash Colfax and you're seventy the rest your drive the pretty much wrecked free just a lot of traffic on the drive I like all that I. seventy drive between I twenty five two two five two seven in both directions I seventy on the west side the job also heavy in there that area around what's worth eight Kipling on the westbound side this report is sponsored by mothers against drunk driving for victims of drunk and drugged driving your grief is unique but you're not alone you always have a place at mad call the twenty four hour victim help line at eight seven seven Matt help or visit Matt dot org next update in ten minutes on gateway eight fifty a a ninety four one of them Hey it's money from my friends at med vet Cadillac you wanna take advantage of what they're doing right now admit that which is the power house savings event which means you can enjoy incredible lease and purchase opportunities on the entire all wheel drive Cadillac lineup including the X. T. for the X. T. five in the X. T. six crossover has that third row backseat by the way so it's a little more roomy met that also is amazing offers on the all wheel drive C. T. six of dance and of course met that has the unmistakable Cadillac escalade in stock and ready for delivery every Cadillac is the accoutrements that you expect plus Cadillacs four.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"First may receive a citation coming up here on Colorado's morning news gonna be taking a look at some of the ice castles Dylan will have that coming up here in a few moments right now check your drive again John we start our let's start over north side we've got a crash on a hundred and forty four if this got was about a hundred forty fourth right there and I twenty five really jammed up and that ramp to northbound I. twenty five is blocked by that crash so honored thirty six this morning to get on the northbound I. twenty five or Washington all the up to high we seven I speak to Washington there is a of a lot of police activity south of I. seventy six on Washington right around forty fifth that was so police activity after shooting overnight to store those to getting all the rest your drive or nothing like that you've got a really good look at drive this morning foggy up on the north side show up toward fort Collins Loveland Longmont agree the area around highway eighty five that's gonna be foggy also around birth it'd jobs down its reports of bargain I twenty five other rescue dot dot made great drive light traffic this morning enjoy this Friday morning this report is what to buy mattress for it's the year end sale at mattress firm shop now save up to six hundred dollars when you get a king bed for the price of a queen or queen for the price of a twin plus you get a free just will base when you spend just four ninety nine next update ten minutes until eight eight fifty a a ninety four one FM hi it's look for little to none the neck to Logan in Lewis show will get you ready for the Broncos final home game against the raiders will hook up with Mike Klis right here nine to noon on the voice the Colorado K. away the countdown to avoid season is on and the biggest.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Up north thank very reliable Snowbird one stretch resorted to drizzle coming down and stuff like that and you know what with the snow in the most is that the story at this point although it's coming leave a comment you know it's the coal we start walking downtown was about thirty degrees about an hour ago we drop down to look close to twenty three twenty four degrees in just a matter of time so it's really gonna be cold out here today because yesterday I was in the park with my big daughters aged resent the shorts you sure it's crazy but I had talked with the car overnight you may have to scrape depending where you are I spent ten minutes to two o'clock in the morning my entire car is a four year old in boulder supper I used this morning in that regard it's all already a nightmare for me I hear yeah I forgot my ice scraper but Marty says he's gonna let me hit out and I'll give you a T. April so thanks Sarah fire it's true we got a locator coats and boots and all of that stuff thanks Jim holy from fox thirty one zero Raz brings us that look at news coming up nearly two hundred layoffs at an oil and gas facility in Grand Junction that story in five minutes thirty eight let's check traffic with John Morrison budget like callers that though we got a couple of crashes up in the four called very as Jim said it is slicker up there for sure and yeah you got a script your windshield and it is a task in this cold darkness if you parked outside looks like we got a crash so but I twenty five past the harmony exit up north others another couple of actions either side of crossroads really slick in the fort Collins Loveland Longmont area the farther north you go it is really slick I'm in the Westminster area my day with like Jim said.

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Canada's greatest stump man, and Kia news. Great says Tim Allen who plays buzz, light yet hate to save. Because his character is funny, as Ken doll, Michael Keaton. That was the funniest thing I've ever seen that will see with Barbie. Keynote jump set up a notch four in theaters next week, Jason Nathanson, ABC news, Hollywood Alba, one tax and wealth, providing a look and listen to money news. Paddock when it comes to beer, bigger, not always necessarily better. Yeah. Let's I find out who wants cold one here. Of course you do Colorado. Maybe the best place in the country to find one. We've known that already. But now five Colorado locations are on a new list of cities that have the most craft breweries Colorado is five cities in the top twenty boulder Fort Collins Loveland, Denver in Longmont, Colorado. Actually put more cities on this list than any other state. But what may be more interesting about the list is that it includes more small cities than big ones. You know, we said he's on this list with populations of more than two hundred fifty thousand are Denver. Cincinnati and Portland Oregon now maybe the time to go into data at least for in the form of a Home Loan Mortgage interest rates if their lowest levels now in nearly two years that results in a surgeon mortgage applications over all their up nearly twenty seven percent from the last week refinances are the big driver up forty seven percent in the last week ninety seven percent higher than a year ago. Purchase applications rose ten percent. The national average interest rate for a thirty year fixed rate lower. More mortgage fell to four point one two percent. Well, I called Huber. Where's my ride up here comes now? You know, a lot of us who grew up with cartoons of flying cars have been waiting for a long time. Uber. Now says it is on track to start flying its first all electric air taxis. At least for demonstrations. But the head of the FAA says before takeoff Uber needs to make sure that these highly automated, or a Thomas vehicles and systems, meet the FAA's and the public's safety expectations for aviation acting administrator Daniel L. Well at its annual Uber elevate conference. The company says that it unveiled its latest version of the air taxi that it hopes to launch by twenty twenty three with tests starting next year. Stocks are down this morning. The Dow is currently down, eight NASDAQ is down sixteen in the SPF down to next money update at eight fifty five. Pat Woodard, KOA, NewsRadio..

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"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Man who probably genuinely does sing in the rain because it's that nerdy. It's crispy everybody live from CBS bar right now. What is the rest of today? Look like, what are you in forty? If you get on the mobile weather lab thing. Yes, we're leaving at two thirty. And this is Mandy this is a day that I'm not a smoker. But if I were I'd I'd have to going right now. So scary it it's it's any other part of the country. You would ask meteorologists are they're going to be severe storms day, and they would look at the current temps and do points and be like hack. No here. It's different. And we've we've just we're right teetering on the potential of if everything comes together, we could just in no time fire up a storm with large hail and a quick tornado. And that stresses me out because you know, I feel like I need to keep people safe. And I want to give good info. But this is just one of those days. All I can say, it's just you know, it'll evolve hour by hour, nothing may happen. But something could basically what you're saying. Is you picked a bad day to quit sniffing glue. I'm just kidding. Chris hasn't quit Smith and. Three seven one three eighty five eighty five your questions ready to go and Chuck is on the line. Check your on with crispier, go right ahead. Chuck L, Chuck. Yeah. Jack. I don't I have chucked question. And it's a good one. But I don't know if it's a meteorological question Chuck said, why doesn't Colorado do more desert landscape instead of dumping water into the landscape, and that's a legit question. Don't you think Chris? I do. Yeah. I mean, you know, water is precious here and our population is exploding. We talked in the last half hour. We are basically the only state other than Hawaii where no water comes here it all leaves. And so thus, you know, if you look at water rights and water law and all the issues back to the eighteen hundreds it's complicated. The bottom line is what we have is limited. And when you get into a drought to mother nature's not providing year, even more limited. So I absolutely, you know, in in a fan of desert landscaping, I will say this though, I don't have the money to tear up my yard right now and landscape it for a desert, it's expensive to do that. You know? I don't know if it's desert landscaping because honestly, okay? My brother lives in Vegas. It is so ugly. Chris I every time I go visit him. I'm like, why do you live here? It's just I I don't I don't like that. So I don't necessarily want to live in that desert landscape, but more zero escaping where we were using the native plants and using the native grasslands instead of trying to force beautiful lawns, you know, that may not necessarily naturally grow here. Yeah. I agree. Totally. You know, the where you're out on your hands and knees with scissors, the grass up with your neighbor, you know, that kind of thing a quick trip to your local garden center. I'm telling you, I have learned more local garden centers about native plants, and what likes water what what needs lots. What doesn't what needs morning sun? What does it? I mean. It's fascinating guitar. I agree. And I think that I don't understand why that hasn't been more of a. An area of concentration, although I will tell you. They're building a bunch of new houses near my house that I walked the dog by and the landscaping those houses is a lot different than the landscaping in the older part of the neighborhood to to your point. They're starting to use more rock formations where they're not gonna have as much greenery if they do have a lawn. It's very very small. So I think maybe we're moving to that. Now as people are looking for something that they don't have to worry about because I'll tell you when we go on those watering restrictions in the summer, it's expensive because if your lawn takes a beating and weeds take you've got to replace the whole dang thing. It's not good. Not good at all. Okay. Let's go back to the phones here. Marcy your own with crispier. Go right ahead. I have two questions for you. Chris the first one will be simple one. What is the difference between a high tornado, and what we used to call a blow down or is there? A different a high tornado or a blow down I'm explaining more. Okay. Okay. Well, okay. You were talking about the tornado hitting mount Evans, it used to be when you go into an area of highlight that where a bunch of trees had fallen over. You know, they have been blown down at once. We called him a blow down. Okay. Yeah. That is a real thing. There's a very infamous one in route county here. I can't remember if it was the ninety s or the early two thousands, but it blew down an incredible amount of trees. What's the difference is meteorologically what's happening with the blow down as whatever's going on in your storm? You have this gigantic pocket of air that just rushes to the ground, and spreads outward and everything in its path blows over whereas tornado, you've got this very concentrated spinning circulation. That's going across the landscape. And really the only thing that's harmed is what's in the direct path of the tornado. Does that make sense? Yes. So separate thing Jack because there was a blow down what we used to call hardscrabble. Okay. Down by west cliff? Yes. Back in the seventies was huge. My second question is or could you said this organization she were talking about that Mazars participant. I can't it. Participate is pervasive. Was formed after the big Thompson pled how does that what does the role relevant? So that I mean, I I don't understand knowing how much water was the data for. How's that gonna prevent that flood? So the Fort Collins flood, not the big Thompson. But but the flood of ninety seven in Fort Collins, so yeah, big Thompson was a different event in the late seventies. But. Yeah. So this was a ninety seven they had a big. Here's what happened in a very very very small area of southwest. Fort Collins, a foot of rainfall and the only weather station in Fort Collins is not even in Fort Collins is the Fort Collins Loveland airport, which is to the south of the city of Fort Collins. So the state climatologist at the time said, you know, our current precipitation monitoring network is basically tied to airports. So you have the Greeley airport. You have the Fort Collins Loveland airport DIA will what about all the space in between. And so he says what we need is a high density network of rain gauges where people report the twenty four hour precipitation, but they also have a mechanism to report in real time should something big happening at their place. And so he got got funding, and they put these rain gauges around Fort Collins and coca Roz grew from that. So confused and told that man that it wasn't in real time. And I thought well. What good is it? Happened the day before right? The the maps you look at are not real time there the previous day, but the observers all have a way to dial up their local weather service and say holy cow. I just got five inches of rain and forty minutes. You've got to put out a flash flood warning. Or, you know, let the people know. So there's definitely a way there's a real time aspect to it. In addition. I just didn't mention that earlier. So okay. Thank you. No problem. Thank you. Marcy. I just got.

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"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"collins loveland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Watch out for a straight icy spots. They can't rule that out. But dole big issue. This report is sponsored by collagen. Beth college savings lanes are created equal college. At best is the only one that offers a two thousand nineteen Colorado tax deduction opened up one today it start saving for the future. College at best dot ORG. Next update. Six point KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Hey, good morning after three records recently with all the cold weather. We are now going to finally climb above freezing today not by much and we'll still be far below normal. But at least we'll get above thirty two degrees this afternoon, mostly sunny skies as well. Tonight. Clouds roll in sixteen we'll start to see some still back in the high country tonight into tomorrow. We should stay dry in Denver through tomorrow afternoon. Partly sunny for Wednesday and the slow warming trend continues forty four for a high tomorrow, and then tomorrow night, some light snow possible in Denver little better chance up north Fort Collins Loveland in birth and then by Thursday Friday back to mostly sunny skies. Fifty one on Thursday fifty six on Friday from CBS four master doubts on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM mostly clear skies and seventy degrees in Denver now on Colorado's morning news. They want someone who not only can can defeat President Trump, but they want someone who could bring people together on the other side and actually get stuff done that is former governor John Hickenlooper talking with us after making the White House run official on Monday. Now the question is how. How does he stack up against an already crowded democratic field? We're looking into that with democratic strategist, Mike, Dino, good morning. Mike eight Marty how you doing today doing very well. Thank you so much for your time. So it was the timing right for the former governor to announce that he's in the run. Oh, it's great timing. He needs to get out there. Get his name known the last out of the last eight presidents have been governors are last two haven't been in. And it's kind of polarized the country. So we probably need a governor Hickenlooper called himself an extreme moderate. Yeah. Who else is in the race like him and who's his biggest competition? Do you think? Well, biggest competition will probably be himself. You know, you have to raise money to get out there and market himself. He's been good at that. And when he's been very successful at it, obviously got elected mayor and governor. And so it it the matter just touching a lot of hands and being in front of a lot of people, Mike, you are strategist does a singular message work, for example. I know that governor Inslee in Washington, he's making a climate change. Some other people have made it about social security made it about the green deal..

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