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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Up for high avalanche danger for Summit County and the steamboat area in those specific areas. The vote and Vale in Summit County. Our advice is to stay out of the avalanche terrain, so stay away from slope steeper than about 30 degrees like Cooper, scene with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center says conditions are dangerous and other areas as well. And you should be prepared for an avalanche doesn't care if You're an experienced. You're a very experienced backcountry traveler. Right? So we're encouraging people to do the same thing. No matter what. Which is the steer clear of that train right now. The warnings are up through Saturday morning, Laura Hands Kay Away News Radio. Four people have died in avalanches in Colorado this week. More people can wine and dine at Denver establishment starting today because of changes to Colorado's Kobe dial. Most counties have been in level red or level orange restrictions for many weeks, and this will allow more counties to operate in level yellow Jill Hunsicker Ryan with Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment, says. Metro area counties will move from level orange to level yellow, and it will allow restaurants and other businesses to increase capacity to 50% or 150 people. The changes take effect at nine o'clock in the morning. Get Republic schools updating the district search for a new superintendent. It's our goal to select the next leader of GPS by June of this year and to be poised and ready to begin the 21 22 school year with a new leader in place, that's board of education vice president should for Bacon..

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The steamboat area in those specific areas. Vote and balance on the county. Our advice is to stay out of Avalon history and so will stay away from slope steeper than about 30 degrees. My Cooper, scene with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, says conditions are dangerous and other areas as well because of recent heavy snow. Sitting on thin snowpack, Cooper Steen says Back country explorers should be prepared. No matter how much experience you have. When Avalanche doesn't care if You're of an experienced You're a very experienced backcountry traveler. Right? So we're encouraging people to do the same thing, No matter what. Which is the steer clear of that train right now. Four people have died in avalanches in Colorado this week. They're calling it cold. The dial 2.0 Looser requirements mean Metro area restaurants and businesses can increase capacity to 50% or 150. People dial two point no uses a seven day instead of a 14 day, metric or disease incidents level of community testing, which we call percent positivity and hospitalizations. Still, Hunsicker Ryan, head of Colorado's Department of Health and Public Environment, Under the new rules, counties in metro Denver will move from level orange to level yellow and the adjustments or possible because coded numbers are dropping in Colorado. The changes go into effect at nine o'clock in the morning and all flags on Colorado public buildings will remain lowered to half staff through today to honor FBI special agent Laura Schwarzenberger. Was killed in the line of duty. Schwarzenberger was 43 from travel. Oh, she was fatally shot with Agent Daniel Alphen in Sunrise, Florida on Tuesday. Our next update is to 30. I'm Jodi Jordan on Kayla in his radio, A 50 A M and 94 1 effort from the BET. Fred Sports Traffic Center Delightful Drive across the metro rights and L Y 25 is checking clear from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs with.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Or did they have an encounter with beings? Not of this world for my heart, Radio and Aaron Monkeys scream in mild Keohane News Ready Go time is 9 30. The first families called in some canine help on Colette reinforcement during Sunday's puppy bowl of Ivan's Dogs champ in major will appear alongside first lady Jill Biden. A public service announcement focused on mask wearing Went out with your pats. Here's a clip. The unconditional love from a dog is one the most beautiful things on earth. And we owe it to them to keep ourselves healthy. So please keep wearing your mess even when you're out walking your dog. Right guys. What heads up back country skiers. Avalanche. Danger in the mountains is high right now Warnings up Prevail Summit County and the Steamboat area through Saturday morning. Mike Cooper. Steen, with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, says watch out in other places as well is considerable and most of our other zones. Still, really. Our advice is look at the average forecast for the specific zones that you're going to travel in. On pay attention to what the forecast is telling you who Christine says the dangerous so high because of the recent heavy snow sitting on thin snowpack. Laura Hatch K away news radio. Next updated 10 o'clock I'm Julie Jordan on Kayla and his radio, A 50 A M and 94 1 after them Now the traffic Here's Karen Copeland. From the bed, Fred Sports Traffic Center Good looking Drive in town as I 25 I 72 to 5 are all checking freely as his. I 76 just cleaning up if I finishing touches on an accident, Federal in Mississippi, up in the mountains of the Loveland Pass is closed between I 70 and a basin and I 70 up in both directions toward eyes. Narrow tunnel very slow, so Very difficult. Drive up there. Locks 31 pinpoint whether tonight partly cloudy low of 22 tomorrow mostly sunny high of 46 currently 36. I'm Darren Copeland on K away News radio live everywhere.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News radio time is 12 31 Our top story this week. Four Eagle County Back country skiers were killed in the Avalanche is the latest death happened yesterday in the East. Vale shoots 41 year old John Cho from Vail Village, died on Monday. Three back country skiers from Eagle County died outside Silverton. There are avalanche warnings up throughout the high country currently have high avalanche danger at multiple elevation bands in the steamboat, flat Top stone and then the veil and come in Summit County Zone. Um And so we have the Avalanche warnings up and those two zones. My Cooper, staying with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, says the recent heavy snow on top of a thin snowpack is to blame, he says Back country, skiers should avoid slopes steeper than 30 degrees. Denver man's in big trouble for allegedly pointing a laser at the Denver police helicopter. Logan double was arrested after a November 4th incident, a Cheesman Park If convicted, he could get five years in federal prison. The nation's unemployment rate falling slightly in January. The economy, adding 49,000 jobs, slightly fewer than economists expected. The Dow industrials right now up 99 points, the S and P 500 gaining 18 the NASDAQ It's up 74 Our next news updates at one o'clock, I'm Susan Within. On Ko E News radio, a 50 A M and 94 1 hour found there's a check on traffic with Brit Morgan. The bedspreads course Traffic center or crashed me cleared out of the way on south on I 25 approaching the turnpike backups back toward Thorton Parkway. Rest of the highway Drive in decent shape will slow the usual spots there. Stop bound to 25 25 westbound. 70 head across Commerce City getting bogged down there. Vasquez once again off the highway in the West Side crash being cleared it.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I have not thought of about fire and Jeff Monfort, referring to his support of Rockies general manager Jeff Bright Itch, he says. Once a Renato said he wanted out of his contract last year, they made the best deal possible. Act of the matter is we honored what Nolan wanted to do, and we made what we thought was the The best thing we could do at the time was now officially a member of the ST Louis Cardinals being introduced to the media there this morning, and he had this message for fans in Denver. I got a lot of love with Rocky fans, You know, they've always supported me throughout my career, and they got special place in my heart. My families are, you know, I think I would tell him is that I did my best and I give it my all and that's all I could really do. The Rockies payed ST Louis $50 million and got a left handed pitcher and for minor league prospects for Aaron Auto. Two FBI agents were killed on the job this morning in Florida. They were shot while serving a search warrant. Suspect is also dead. The government will start shipping Corona virus vaccination doses next week, starting out with a million doses going to 6500 pharmacies. That number of doses will that increase for the next three weeks, we will provide a minimum of 10.5 million in total doses per week across all jurisdiction, and the White House current virus response coordinator says up to 40,000 pharmacies across the country will be getting the vaccine. Colorado's governor Jared Polis, is our state will get some of that shipment. Probably somewhere in the 5 to 10,000 range that will be going directly to pharmacies in Colorado 50 pharmacies, he says. That will start next week and then the following week still get even more, he says. Next week, Coloradans age 65 up, will be able to get vaccinated along with educators. Another mass vaccination event is coming up this weekend. With this one focusing on underserved seniors, and all of those appointments have been filled. Walk ups will not be accepted. Colorado Avalanche Information Center says three people are missing following a large avalanche near Silverton above 11,000. Ft happened yesterday. One person was hurt, but three others were caught in that avalanche carried and fully buried in the debris. Search lasted into the night last night and has continued today that country avalanche danger is considerable in most of Colorado, Central and southern mountains. Wall Street closing positive today with the Dow Industrial's Up 476 points Yes and P 500 gained 52 the NASDAQ Up 209 Our Next news updates at 2 30 I'm Susan with Get on Kaylie NewsRadio a 50 A m the night before one of them. Staying on top of your family's health is more important than ever this year. And getting an annual eye.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Never been in better hands. A visit all ST dot com or call an agent to get a quote. I'm Chris McLaughlin on K O A news radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio at box Everyone pinpoint whether not much more snow expected today as we climb into a high of 36 Today, Sonny and 40 tomorrow 28 degrees. Now that latest snow up in the mountains will no doubt add to the risk. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says it will be very easy to trigger large slides today, folks being advised to stay out of Colorado's back country you've got Avalanche warnings in effect for all of the central and Southern mountains. So that's puts us at high danger, which is level four out of five. I mean, very dangerous. Average conditions exist right now it's gonna be very easy for people that trigger large avalanches. Brian Lazar of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center says. It'll be easy to set off an avalanche and these types of conditions even if you're on a level surface. As temperatures hit well below freezing this morning up and asked in a criminal investigation is underway, and the FBI's involved after gas lines were vandalized meant no gas. No heat for 3500 customers. Aspen skiing Company spokesman Geoff Hanley says they were working on a short term solution wrangled up much space heaters for people tol in there. The rooms were heating up their common areas as best we can And trying to make people comfortable words Earth first were found written here one of the sites, but investigators haven't said if there are any links to the environmental activist group. After the House passed a measure that would increase direct payments to Americans to $2000 yesterday, it's now up to the Senate that side how to proceed. Reportedly..

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lost their those residents is our family as well. So 46 people associated with the facility died from Cove it, including the first death reported in the United States. For NPR News. I'm Anna Boiko, Iraq in Seattle. Ahead of the World Health Organization, Ted Roscoe pre ASIS warns efforts to curb the pandemic face more hurdles, There will be setbacks a new challenges in the year ahead. For example, new variants of corporate 19. And helping people who are tired off the economy continues to combat it. This is NPR. Sweden's parliament has been recalled from Christmas recess to fast track a proposed law that would give the Swedish government more power to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus amid a second wave. That includes limiting gatherings and public transportation and possibly closing shops. If approved, it will market departure for Sweden's hands off pandemic response in Colorado of backcountry skier was killed in an avalanche over the weekend. Maxie inspire of member station Kunc reports. It's Colorado's fourth snow slide death in less than two weeks. The solo skier was found buried in an avalanche near the continental divide after relatives reported him missing on Saturday. This is the fourth fatality from avalanches in the state in less than two weeks. Over the past decade, Colorado has averaged fewer than six avalanche fatalities a year. Experts say this season's high number of deaths early on is likely the result in part of an unusually weak snowpack. Colorado has also seen an increase in backcountry skiing and snowboarding because of coronavirus restrictions at ski resorts. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says Avalanche danger throughout the state remains considerable. For NPR News I'm Max inspire in Greeley, Colorado. Gas prices are climbing. Triple A says they're higher than in any time since mid March, when President Trump declared the Corona virus outbreak a national emergency. Higher prices at the pump reflect rising crude prices due in part to optimism about the Corona virus Vaccines..

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Evacuation orders in that neighborhood some people are still in the process of evacuating but many have already left about a foot to two feet of water it's not something you want to take any chances with we actually spoke to some people who were who came back to their homes to check on it real quick and that is fine but there are gates up in the community and if your home is on the other side of those gates it is against the law to cross them because that is for your safety the water is too deep and most likely your vehicle will not be able to handle it governor Tate Reeves to cleared a state of emergency yesterday searchers have recovered the bodies of two Colorado man who died in a weekend avalanche in Colorado the Colorado Avalanche information center says three men were riding snow bikes late Saturday afternoon when they were caught in the slide about ten miles north of the veil one man was able to dig himself out and call for help the state's health connector is continuing its trend of rising enrollment you're after year enrollment in the Massachusetts health connector has hit a record high during the health insurance exchange open enrollment period that ran from November first two January twenty third three hundred and twelve thousand people signed up and now have access to affordable healthcare ninety one percent of last year's members came back in return for coverage in twenty twenty on top of that there were fifty seven thousand new sign ups and just over a hundred thousand signed up for dental coverage through the state health connector in total about ninety seven percent of Massachusetts residents have some form of health insurance coverage cherry small WBZ.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Want to take any chances with we actually spoke to some people who were who came back to their homes to check on it real quick and that is fine but there are gates up in the community and if your home is on the other side of those gates it is against the law to cross them because that is for your safety the water is too deep at most likely your vehicle will not be able to handle it governor Tate Reeves declared a state of emergency yesterday searchers have recovered the bodies of two Colorado man who died in a weekend avalanche in Colorado the Colorado Avalanche information center says three men were riding snow bikes late Saturday afternoon when they were caught in the slide about ten miles north of the veil one man was able to dig himself out and call for help the state's health connector is continuing its trend of rising enrollment you're after year enrollment in the Massachusetts health connector has hit a record high during the health insurance exchange open enrollment period that ran from November first two January twenty third three hundred and twelve thousand people signed up and now have access to affordable healthcare ninety one percent of last year's members came back in return for coverage in twenty twenty on top of that there were fifty seven thousand new sign ups and just over a hundred thousand signed up for dental coverage through the state health connector in total about ninety seven percent of Massachusetts residents have some form of health insurance coverage Sherri small WBZ Boston's news radio it's that time of year again when New Hampshire officials asked the public to help them count turkeys the fish and game department wants people to tell them every time they see a wild Turkey it's part of their annual winter flock survey message and data rates may apply if you're considering going back to school ask yourself the following.

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Searchers recover bodies of 2 killed in Colorado avalanche

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Searchers recover bodies of 2 killed in Colorado avalanche

"House searchers have recovered the bodies of two men who died after being caught in a weekend avalanche in central Colorado that according to the Colorado Avalanche information center three men were writing snow bikes when they were caught in the slide about ten miles north of Vail one man was able to dig himself out call for help this according to the eagle county sheriff's

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOMO

"Eight forty four yeah the key is if you see some frost on your windshield with us to be scraped the same stuff probably on the roadway how long is this going to last we check in with Seth wine from the global forecast team the day after and on this day after Christmas we're going for mostly cloudy conditions to keep in mind boggling fix this morning could be burning up later today and we're on our way to sing some sunshine at times otherwise highs in the low forties today so Kristin cool one we're going for mostly cloudy conditions come tonight as rain arrives late tonight and early tomorrow I'm settling in the coma weather center still foggy at sea tac airport where it's thirty three degrees como news time eight thirty five in Washington comes in third as the most dangerous state in the country for avalanches Colorado's number one the Colorado Avalanche information center says the number of avalanche deaths in that state since nineteen fifty has far surpassed that of any other state in this last winter was no different Colorado Colorado has had two hundred eighty seven avalanche deaths since the winter of nineteen fifty fifty one that two hundred eighty seven compares to one hundred thirty here in the state of Washington a teenager is recovering after a shooting in south Seattle on Christmas day this happened at beacon Avenue south in the Colombian way investigators say the sixteen year old was sitting in his car when someone opened fire police are trying to sort out what led up to it to the last we checked no one had been arrested university of Washington graduate students are conducting what's called the Seattle flew study they're offering real time testing of the flu this year meeting you could get results in less than thirty minutes if you had to.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stronger one on a slope of thirty degrees or more dots. The recipe for an avalanche. Though, we're looking to see what it's gonna take to make those weak layers fail and trying to figure out what kind of avalanche is that gonna be perhaps surprisingly Schwartz and his colleagues do not use computer models for their forecasting. No one has yet developed a computer model that can accurately predict the the complexities of an avalanche one area of science that he says has advanced recently is the physics of how snow fractures and releases or start sliding, which is important for modelling, Kara Burke Lind is one of the researchers studying this fracturing he directs the national avalanche center in bozeman Montana. He says even snow that looks the same can vary widely across a slope. There's areas that are going to be center areas that are going to be sicker. The week is going to be a little bit weaker in one spot and a little bit stronger another spot that means in some places, you might trigger an avalanche just by skiing across it. But other places on the slope where you could travel safely. And we don't know exactly where them spots exist. He does have some ideas though, and the more he can pinpoint those spots. The better advice, you can give and the better. He and others can intentionally set off avalanches using explosives when they're trying to reduce dangerous snow built up there's going to be optimal places to place an explosive versus another place. And we don't always know where those places are a newly emerging line of study is how climate change affects avalanches even though specific slides can't be tied to climate change. Some researchers suspect we are already seeing different avalanche behavior. Ethan green heads the Colorado Avalanche information center, he says climate change could mean shorter avalanche season in the fall. More rain at higher elevation a shorter snow season with a much more rapid onset of the melt season. And potentially more wet avalanches earlier in the year in the spring. Wet avalanches usually happen. After snow has. Warmed up either by rain or sun and start naturally. Unlike dry avalanches, which are usually triggered by people. Green also expects global warming will make it more difficult to use.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Release specifics about how many blast sets off for avalanche control. It does say it's increased the number of charges this season and spent more time mitigating avalanches, which means. They're in regular contact with Brian Lazar team at the Colorado Avalanche information center because he gives ski patrol the go ahead to set off these controlled slides and avalanche season isn't over as temperatures go up. So can avalanche danger things get warm enough when we start to melt we can see a spike in wet avalanche activity. That means Colorado. We'll see more slides and what has already been a record breaking season for NPR news. I'm Zoe Rome in Aspen. Tomorrow on morning edition, the border patrol says it cannot keep up with all the migrants crossing the US Mexico border in the Rio Grande valley, so with facilities over capacity the patrol is releasing migrants directly into cities. They're immigrant advocates accused the Trump administration of playing up what it calls a crisis and the border a look at that new policy tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your local station binding. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news the lineup for Woodstock fifty has been announced hitting foods. Imagine dragons, Jay z and Miley Cyrus, and it is prompting criticism on social media. That story is a head on all things considered. After traffic.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Risk remaining for more slides. Many could be like this one southwest of Aspen that the Colorado Avalanche information center says it thinks was about a mile wide the over three thousand foot vertical drop caused so much momentum to be built up that the avalanche crossed conundrum creek and went several hundred feet. Uphill. Took out power to some nearby homes conundrum as well. And after all those road closures last week dot says, it's still working on mitigation efforts. And that will continue through this week the warns of dangerous back country avalanche conditions and says if you're traveling in the back country, which it does recommend by the way, you are likely to trigger slides reporting live, Connor shreve KOA, NewsRadio nation's capital and other budget battle brewing over border wall funding, the White House sets release its budget proposal little later on today. President Trump requesting nearly nine billion dollars for Bourboule funding congressmens a look at presidential budget proposals. As a wishlist starting point for negotiations. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer slammed. The proposal saying the president caused quote widespread chaos with the government shutdown over a quote, expensive and ineffective wall. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Running for president could be seen as a higher calling for Colorado's former governor, John. Hickenlooper. He's in Texas stumping for his presidential run at the south by south west stand says he knows the democratic field is filling up, but he feels compelled to run I do feel that Ryan for not saying that God wants me to win. But I do feel it's a calling that I somehow have to do Hickenlooper was the last in the pack of twenty twenty candidates to speak at the south by south west festival that takes place in Austin, Texas, back your locally Denver PD say one man is dead for other people hurt after a shooting downtown early on Sunday morning. Lieutenant Matt Clark tells us it happened around four AM near fifteenth and.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Work will keep snow from sliding onto. I seventy like it did last week the agency closed several sections of the road yesterday for work as crews launched explosives from helicopters to trigger slides. What are Colorado Avalanche information center? Forecasters are calling historic and unprecedented avalanche activity in Colorado. That's Tracy true. Love says they did the work because of the break in the weather yesterday, and because more snow is predicted for the high country this week. Meantime, new information about a massive avalanche south west of Aspen. The Colorado Avalanche information center estimates that slide was about a mile wide the over three thousand foot vertical drop caused so much momentum to be built up that the avalanche crossed conundrum creek and went several hundred feet. Uphill one home was damaged and they estimate several hundred to possibly several thousand trees were destroyed from CBS four. I'm meteorologist Chris beers on KOA NewsRadio slide closed castle creek road Saturday and knocked out power to some nearby homes in conundrum former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper says it's silly to sort presidential contenders as capitalist or socialist, he told CBS's face the nation. He believes in business we should be looking at some of the reasons behind why we have less and less stars. We should look at the reasons why you know, more and more people are wanting to start a business Hickenlooper. Of course, running for president in two thousand twenty he drew attention last week when he declined to call himself a capitalist during an interview with MSNBC in sports, the absolute to continue their playoff push when they host the hurricanes tonight. Colorado's seventy two points on the season, which is to back of Minnesota for that final wildcard spot the shutout the sabers three nothing on Saturday in the Rockies falling three two one to the dodgers in Scottsdale and split squad action. The other game in Mexico falling to the Diamondbacks. Our next news update coming up at four thirty on Chad Hoffman on KOA news. Radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Starting on a really good shape on the metro freeways this morning to worry about the normal just about everywhere through the tech center on both directions between encounter rock. Got nothing. Slowing down on C, four seventy four.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Next weekend. And of course, increase those avalanche dangers and speaking of which an avalanche warning still in effect for the Aspen area. The Colorado Avalanche information center saying the danger in the back country still very high the warnings as in effect through Monday at noon. Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper telling CBS face the nation that it is ridiculous for Republicans to label him and other Democrats is anti-business. Socialists. Once you get back into these labels and capitalist, Amaya socialist becomes kind of silly doesn't who can Looper drew attention last week after declining to call himself a capitalist during an interview with MSNBC Denver police are still investigating a shooting downtown the left one man dead and four other people hurt three of them critically Denver police department, Lieutenant MAC Clark. There was a conflict between two individuals in the fifteen hundred block working to determine what the root causes that wasn't where that started. But that escalated into a shooting all of the shootings happening at the well near fifteenth and market streets. According to Lieutenant Clark, and unfortunately, police still don't have a motive or a suspect in sports and other split squad day for the Rockies and spring training. The Rockies lost to the dodgers three to one in the first game in Arizona, and they also lost their other game in New Mexico where the Rockies only played the Diamondbacks. Five to to our next update at one thirty. I'm Roger Hudson on. On KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. It's quite drive on the freeways, you'll find around. Around. Wisconsin any major problems at this time speeds are normal and high seventy across town. Time on C four seventy and e Ford seventy and you've.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To avoid a route leading to some of the busiest ski resorts in the state after another round of heavy snow at least three major snow slides are avalanches buried vehicles and ruptured a natural gas line. Amazingly. No injuries reported the first avalanche early Thursday occurred near Vail pass along I seventy that avalanche. Caught a tow truck at its outer edge driver, wasn't Herpin and another tow truck had to pull his truck from the slide which left about six feet of snow on the road in that particular scenario a few hours later another avalanche. This is the one that ruptured the natural gas line to the east near Copper Mountain. Ski resort gas was turned off to several buildings that were served by the line a wastewater treatment plant and a gas station. Crews had not been able to repair the break because of the ongoing avalanche danger. According to XL energy. Thursday afternoon. An avalanche thundered onto state highway ninety one about a mile south of Copper Mountain that went engulfed at least three vehicles state patrol said all the drivers. And passengers were accounted for and safe state patrol said, those those vehicles were buried and. Let's see how we officials that slide goes about three hundred feet wide and up to fifteen feet deep. It was in an area where no avalanche hit before. They say no love no word on how long it was gonna take to reopen the highway there. Copper Mountain set on their website. The electric was out to some of the base village, not immediately low if it was related to one of those avalanches I seventy was closed for hours by the Vail pass slide as well. As later avalanches. That were intentionally triggered by the road crews trying to avoid more problems. Now, they say seventy was reopened this past evening. Colorado department of transportation, urging drivers of void traveling the highway in the mountains do much of the day Thursday. Yeah. The avalanche danger in the central mountains was was rated as extreme this past day. That's like the highest rating can get Colorado Avalanche information center said heavy March knows combined with strong winds at created some of the most dangerous avalanche conditions. They've seen in years. There was another on Sunday that stunned drivers along the interstate sweeping vehicles off the road. But again dough injuries, you all this new snow.

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"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"colorado avalanche information center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For parts of Colorado's central mountains through Monday night. But we could see some sustained thirty to fifty miles per hour with customer ninety miles per hour. That'll be mainly confined to more to the higher mountains and foothills Scott in green with the national weather service says we'll see high winds in the metro area thirty to fifty miles per hour that range into the wee hours to Monday, there could be some gossip to sixty especially right near the foothills say like boulder golden, and then up towards the Wyoming border. It's also snowing in the mountains, which could make for long drives on eastbound, I seventy we'll have the latest on ROY conditions coming up in traffic wants here is died in an avalanche in the San Juan mountains in southwest, Colorado. The Orange County sheriff saying that the victim was part of the group of five skiers that was skiing on red mountain pass in the back country when the avalanche occurred on Saturday. The other four skiers were rescued. The Colorado Avalanche information center expects avalanche danger to be higher in several areas, including Aspen, gunnison grand Mason, and the San Juan mountains parks and wildlife officers rescued a white tailed deer that had fallen ten feet down a wide. Manhole it happened on a construction site near sixth in Piccadilly in Aurora looked healthy when we found it. So how did been down there longer all through the weekend? Who knows what kind of condition? It would have been easy with park and wildlife telling CBS four Rangers tranquilized that deer pulling to ground level. And then releasing it officers say it had a scraped hind leg and the Denver. The dears was the only injury Broncos GM John Elway and company or in Chicago the viewing Vic Fangio Monday. He is the Vince coordinator for the Chicago beer bears. If the rumor mill is correct the Broncos could name their next coach head coach as soon as Tuesday the next update. Eight at seven thirty. I'm Roger.

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