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"O'clock I'm Connor Shreve on K Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the bed, Fred Sports Traffic Center Taking a check of I 25 really starting to see some heavy snow falling along the Palmer Divide 3 to 5 inches already 25 stop and go volume. It is slick as you travel from just south of Castle Rock into Colorado Springs. We're gonna use the gap. Give yourself extra time. Highway 83 good quality alternate. Not much happening there between Parker and she had it towards the black forest. Taking the checkered by 25 in the city. We're in pretty good shape. No major backups between C four seventies yet up to Fort Collins now starting to stick on the road I 70 near Floyd Hill. Thanks. 31. Pinpoint weather, Rain and snow tonight 2 to 4 inches possible lows of 26 Tomorrow Snow till about 11 In the morning highs of 39 in Denver. We have snow showers and 35 coin flip is the world's leading Bitcoin HCM operator Coin flip makes buying Bitcoin so flipping me. Find your nearest coin flip eight cm at coin flip dot tech Use promo code A coin flip 2021 for 15% off Ease off your first transaction. I'm told to borrow one K o a news radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Wouldn't it be nice to escape your own condo in the mountains somewhere? You can get away for long weekends or even work remotely. Hi. It's Mike Rosen for American financing, reminding you that a new home is very affordable right now, thanks to interest rates at record lows, And when you work with American financing, you don't Just benefit from custom loans. You actually get the full home buying experience because they partner with some the top Realtors in Colorado, so you can feel confident your buying the right property at an affordable price with the best possible loan program. They really are in it for you your one stop shop when it comes to home, buying their open seven days a week, including evening hours, So don't put that dream home off any longer move up to something bigger or by a vacant Asian home by calling 303695 7000 that's 303695 7000 or visit American financing dot net and unless 182334 regulated by the division of real estate Sportsman Rod Smith here to let you know about the new welcome offer from Bedford Sports. When you download the APP, they will match your first wager. Upto $500 Win or lose. You heard that right? You're guaranteed to get your wager match..
Djokovic out of US Open after hitting line judge with ball
"And in sports. Novak Djokovic no longer allowed to play in this year's U. S. Open this after a ball he had struck a line judge video shows the top seed, hitting a ball behind him in anger, which then strikes the official It happened during the first set is Djokovic had just fallen behind his opponents and the Rockies and Dodgers rubber match of a three game set against the division opponents tonight our coverage at seven Next update update at at 6 6 30 30 I'm I'm Connor Connor Shreve Shreve on on K K Away. Away. NewsRadio, NewsRadio, 8:50 8:50 A.m. A.m. and and 94 94 1 1 FM FM
Large Denver Physics Conference Canceled Over Virus Concerns
"Morning there are now two deaths in the United States from the spreading of coronavirus both of them are in Washington state however the trump administration says more could be on the horizon there will be more cases and possibly more deaths and you know the it is possible vice president Mike pence speaking on CNN's state of the union yesterday he stressed that the average American is still at low risk of getting the virus but those risks mean at least one canceled event here in Denver K. always country joining us live with those details yeah that was the March of physics conference being put on by the American physical society because of those concerns it says the decision to cancel was based on the latest scientific data being reported in the fact that a large number of attendees were coming from outside the U. S. up to ten thousand people maybe even more were expected to attend that was set to begin today at the Colorado convention center many travelers were already here or in route when the announcement was what made and all its website organizer's empathize with those travelers but also explained quote this decision was made out of deep concern for the health and well being of our registrants staff vendors and the Denver community attendees will manage to get their conference fees back but may not be so lucky when it comes to hotels reporting live Connor Shreve came away
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"A. Connor Shreve came away news the Denver Broncos are six to nine heading into the final week of the NFL season running back Philip Lindsey had a big day for the orange and blue as they beat the Detroit Lions twenty seven seventeen straight I formations right they handed off to the straight ahead this is news twenty fifteen he always voice the Broncos Dave Logan their postgame Lindsey had nothing but praise for his offense of line we had to to lime and they had to step in and made a great job you know in this is preparation for pain every day and we got to do with you know but would like to say will produce was supposed to come and you do your job this is your job you get paid to do this so for me I get paid to run the ball in the rough yours and that's what I need to do Lindsey is just over forty yards shy of one thousand yards on the season while next up will be the raiders on Sunday our coverage starts early at eight AM with kick off at two twenty five on K. away the voice of Colorado judge picked up a couple of endorsements in Iowa over the weekend the presidential candidate was endorsed by the mayor of fort Dodge and a Hollywood celebrity known for playing in Iowa farmer academy award winning actor Kevin Costner is officially endorsed mayor PP jets for president is a man who not only understands how the world looks at us but how history will and how we ought to look at ourselves Costner registered independent introduced me to judge at a town hall on Sunday afternoon in Indianola Iowa in front of a crowd of twelve hundred people the field of dreams actors that he isn't in the habit of endorsing presidential candidates and doesn't want to make it one but said something feels different this time around Justin Gomez ABC news des Moines ia fellow presidential hopeful Colorado senator Michael Bennet wraps up a three county tour of Iowa today he spent Friday and Saturday in New Hampshire is making a push to hold fifty town halls in the granite state have the February primary so far Bennett has failed to gain really any traction in this race a bunker trump says her father isn't all that bothered by his impeachment he's energized as our sixty three million plus voters who elected him to office of aka trump serves as a senior adviser in the White House she told CBS news face the nation that her father's been so busy with the twenty twenty campaign that he didn't even feel like he was being impeached she expressed disappointment over what she called the quote unprecedented resistance president trump has dealt with since taking.
"connor shreve" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Reporting live Connor Shreve came away needs if you are heading to the high country today plan ahead rock blasting on I seventy will shut down the road in both directions through Clear Creek county a couple weeks ago there were rocks had fallen down in this is why we are doing the mitigation work to prevent any future on the scheduled all the eastbound lanes on I. seventy being close that silver corn it is a precaution because some of the rock fall during the blasting may fall into the eastbound lanes he mentioned Silverthorne eastbound traffic I save seventy will be stopped in just a few minutes eight fifteen in that area see that's for its home and also says the closure starts at nine o'clock this morning hoping to get that work done by noon a Denver judge giving attorneys more than six months to prepare for the trial of a man accused of planning to blow up a Jewish temple in pueblo U. S. District Court judge Raymond Moore decided this week to set July thirteenth as a start date for the trial overture Holzer Holzer was arrested on November first at a problem motel after seeing the plan to blow up temple Emmanuel the next day he's charged with attempted arson attempting to obstruct the free exercise of religion and attempted use of explosives or fire that is K. was chat Hoffman reporting Colorado parks wildlife seeking information about a possible illegal crossbow hunting at the coal creek canyon area mule deer Buck was put down by wildlife officers Sunday after it was found to have a crossbow bolt embedded in its head while an active hunt is going on in the area CPW still investigating how the deer was injured anyone with information is asked to call the agency so what's the busiest place in Denver this time of year the postal service procession and distribution center at a million square feet the Denver processing and distribution center Tom others are being sorted by zip code the machine can scan nine letters every second the workload is impressing we're averaging about a quarter million parts of the night and for the letters were about one point five million in cancellation last night was a very good night forcing it over two million willow with the postal service says thanks to hard work in technology this facilities are too caught up with the Christmas rush rooms in those out in the same day Kaley news special delivery Sox headed to the Samaritan house donation center in Denver today were donating a little over two hundred pairs here but we're collecting here in Chicago and in New Jersey or over two thousand pairs Jan Mar now ski with foot prints to recovery she says socks are among the most needed items at homeless shelters and prosecutors say actress Lori Laughlin was in charge when arranging to get her daughters and U. S. C. the full house star and her husband are fighting federal charges and paid five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters into the school in this week Loughlin's argued prosecutors had evidence showing she believe the cache was a legitimate donation however the feds fired back saying the ringleader of the college admissions scandal investigators that she was aware of the entire operation coming up down and out in the upper middle class we'll talk about that money news on the Broncos get back to practice today may middle but a practice ahead of the lions coming to town all that about five minutes first John Morrissey is checking that commute outside how we doing John somewhere fight that saw this morning eastbound I. seventy was close to the base of Floyd hill just because of sunshine and all your east on route to the pretty tough as well that's been the worst of this morning there are still lights that are out Alameda and pay goes expect delays there treat that as a four way stop eastbound I. seventy should close in silver form so were the rather in less than ten minutes this is because of blasting that's expected to start and close both sides of I. seventy starting at nine o'clock this morning so you get free stock closure about a fifteen west bell to close at the but red red Beaverbrook I read around nine o'clock this morning we'll also have a closure of another highway that's that ramp from westbound C. for seventy on the westbound I. seventy that closure to last five or six hours this morning the golden area a lot of the pavement is really to work they just got to get it repaired this report is sponsored by a local BMW center into the B. M. W. road home sales event receive a credit up to forty five hundred dollars on select models now through January second see a Colorado B. M. W. center today for details or visit BMW Colorado dot com next update ten minutes okay away eight fifty eight ninety four one FM have you finish opting for everybody on your it's your last chance to have a great holiday gift this decade and dell has new deals every week day save big on dell computers with.
"connor shreve" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Live Connor Shreve kit way news holiday travel wraps up today it D. I a and across the country on Sunday there were delays really across the board due to weather in other parts of the country like the northeast this woman out a D. I a told fox thirty one she felt fortunate her flight wasn't affected very very fortunate especially with the holiday travel so happy to get home and hopefully no issues more than three point one million passengers were expected to fly Sunday on what was going to be the busiest travel day of the thanksgiving period at al Dora mountain the storm damage shutting down some of the ski lift several lists that outdoor ski area were closed on Sunday after damage from high winds on Saturday L. door open the lower mountain after telling skiers and riders earlier in the morning not to come because the chairlifts wouldn't be running all upper mountain list stayed closed on Sunday they were closed on Saturday because of hurricane force winds and white out conditions the ski areas as the storm also down some trees Laura hatch Kaylee news last week's storm still taking a toll on the metro area roadways not just the side streets they continue to have the hard icy strips and patches it's also sidewalks ice covered walk ways make travel make travel particularly difficult for the disabled all well will shovel the snow out of the fight like but the lonely published on the curb ramps they can you do to prepare is responsible for the coverage to that is Denver city councilman cris Hines he had a difficult time getting home after city council meeting and wound up in the hospital with a fever homeowners are required to shovel their walks within twenty four hours after stop snowing for businesses it's four hours Minnesota senator presidential hopeful Amy club shard doesn't see any chance that she could have quit president trump I'm someone that wants to look at every single count I've made very clear I think this is impeachable contact the White House.
Arkansas Schools Closed After Shooting Outside High School
"Away the shared in school district will be closed today after shooting at Sheridan high school yesterday okay always Connor street is live with the details one boy was shot during a fight between a group of students from another school and a group from Sheraton high school that happened when the group from the their school confronted a girl from Sheridan high school as you mentioned shared in the high school is canceled classes today but says that practice was an isolated incident Sheridan police chief mark Campbell says the suspect it initially get away the only car description was made available to us from witnesses is some type of white sedan they didn't give a make or model and the description is what they believed to be a juvenile Hispanic male about five foot six and the district has also confirmed that the boy who was shot is not a student at Sheridan high school rather a neighboring district reporting live Connor Shreve K. way
Colorado Governor responds to limited refugee numbers
"Governor reacting to a plan by the feds to greatly restrict the amount of refugees coming into this country okay always Connor Shreve is live with more on the story yeah governor Polish says we need to recognize all the factors that are driving people from their homes from famine and war along with religious persecution he says Colorado can lead on the issue in a better and more inclusive way while still protecting safety and security earlier this year the governor did sign the refugee services program into law in in his statement yesterday said that most refugees just want to use that program to rebuild their lives he also called an economic issue saying that refugees can benefit Colorado's economy in a number of ways
"connor shreve" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Connor shreve has live at Bronco stadium at mile high with more on that part of the story. Connor. April we think about him overseeing some of the team's most successful seasons bringing the Super Bowl title here to Denver. But league-wide the Broncos Jim saccomano says bolan will be remembered as an innovator father Sunday night football which has become the premier. It's become Monday night football used to be. Former NBC sports chairman, dick Ebersol echoing that sentiment calling bull in the single biggest force in the creation of Sunday night football now, right here at the bowl in statue on the south side of the stadium, things pretty quiet. I imagine as people wake up and hear the news, this will become something of a makeshift memorial to Boland's life. Reporting live at Bronco stadium at mile high Connor schrief KOA, NewsRadio a little bit later. They'll be setting up for a big barbecue. Weekend out there at Bronco stadium at mile high supported by the Denver Broncos. We'll talk more about that throughout the morning bowl in his own the Broncos team since nineteen Eighty-four, leading the team to all three of its Super Bowl wins and titles. He stepped aside from day to day ops five years ago to battle Alzheimer's. He was seventy five years old, to politics now where they're strong reaction coming out of Capitol Hill after comments, the president made telling ABC news, he'd, be willing to listen, if foreign countries offered damaging information on his twenty twenty rivals President Trump's setting off a political firestorm for suggesting he'd consider. Election, help from foreign entities. When a president feels it's more important to win election and conduct a fair election. That's what dictators believe Senator, Chuck Schumer among the many Democrats swiftly condemning the president's remarks. But on the other side of the aisle, Republicans are also struggling to defend Trump wants to come out of the twenty sixteen election with some real bright lines that no party should be hiring foreign agents to look at their opponents. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham went onto called Trump's comments a quote mistake Mona Kosar, ATI ABC news. Washington Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo, blaming Iran for attacks on tankers in the Gulf of them on. This is only the latest in a series of attacks instigated by the Islamic Republic of Iran. And it's so against against American and allied interests on pay says Iran's actions are clear threat to international peace and security. He's accusing Iran of ratcheting up tensions in the volatile Middle East Pompeo said, Iran should engage in diplomacy. Not, quote, tear bloodshed and extortion. Former Colorado, governor John Hickenlooper current US. Senator Michael Bennet. They're going to be part of the first presidential primary debate the Democratic National Committee, making the qualifying lineup announcement yesterday Hickenlooper in Bennett are going to be appearing alongside eighteen other candidates because of the long list democratic hopefuls, the debate will be held over two nights, June twenty six and twenty seven we talk live with Senator Bennett at seven forty this morning. Blood supplies critical for modern medicine beyond life. Saving transplants to raise awareness, June fourteenth has been set aside as world. Blood donor day. It's the birthday of Austrian Dr Carl land Steiner who developed modern blood type classifications and made safe. Transfusions possible recapping our top story Broncos on her. Pat Poland has passed away at the age of seventy five. He fought a five-year battle with Alzheimer's. We'll have full coverage on morning. We'll talk live to or insider, Mike Klis coming up right around right after the break, and we will look forward to that conversation. Colorado's morning.
"connor shreve" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Connor shreve is here now. So is Mark Kennedy changing any minds as he goes around. The state it sounded like some people were skeptical at his first town hall of a week long Senate town halls at every C U campus that he'll be scheduled for this week after he was announced as the lone finalist foresees, president students criticized his person. Politics, mainly on LGBTQ issues. He says though that he's volved we have protection in there in terms of our policy as they haven't come on last night. He said he'd check his personal politics at the door. He'd value faculty as the heart of university and heels touted his experience as a businessman he says that qualifies him to lead the multibillion dollar organization that is the university of Colorado. Today's town hall is at UCS in Colorado Springs. That'll be followed by a gathering at the end shoots medical campus in Aurora tomorrow. Reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. The Denver city council. Moving forward with plans to guide the city toward additional growth over the next. Two decades. Council voted to approve two parts of its Denver right plan last night. The land portion of the plan was approved tended to the comprehensive plan. Eleven to one the plans outlines tragedies and goals for the city, which is expected to grow by two hundred thousand people by the year, twenty forty House Democrats pumping the brakes on impeachment. Talk in a conference call yesterday. Den leaders reportedly refused to commit to beginning impeachment proceedings. Vermont Senator and presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders says such talks are not the party's advantage to their advantage twenty twenty and not talking about healthcare when talking about raising the minimum wage to a living wage what I worry about is that works. Trump's advantage CNN or Sanders was speaking CNN townhall event last night, the conference call some Democrats reportedly pushed for impeachment proceedings, saying the mother report presents enough evidence for them to act now the House Ways and means committee awaiting six years of the president's tax returns today and other deadline approaches. Trump administration is expected to ignore the second deadline imposed by the House Ways and means committee demanding six years worth of President Trump's long hidden tax returns, the committee argues that congress has the authority to obtain the president's tax returns under existing law. But sources indicate that the department of treasury is not going to comply with the deadline to hand over those returns and officials plan to formally convey that decision to the committee. A letter missing. The second deadline will undoubtedly move to branches of government even closer to a vicious legal fight that could take months or years to resolve Mike Bauer. NBC News Radio state lawmakers are hoping to legalize sports betting. The house finance committee is giving the thumbs up to a Bill that would legalize sports betting in Colorado. The measure sponsored by majority leader Alec Arnett would still need voter approval. If it's passed by the general assembly Garnett says Colorado should have the option of getting on the Rockies in the World Series or the Avs in the Stanley Cup. A ten percent tax on net sports betting. Proceeds would go to fund Colorado. Water plan projects Scott Seger. KOA newsradio. Meantime, apps fans are betting on who the team will face in the next round. They're going to get the winner of tonight's game seven matchup between the sharks and the Golden Knights. You're weighing in on Facebook. Who do you want the Avs to play most people picking Vegas right now? And other saying how about you know, multiple overtime. Whoever the ads play they're going to be very tired. Austin not well rested. There are shocking new of sex abuse allegations against the. Boy scouts of America. In york. Attorney Jeff Anderson represents alleged victims. He says there are more than seven thousand abusers defiles have all been reported to.
Colorado man beat fiancé to death with bat, burned body: police
"Two. On Colorado's morning news. The teller county man will stand trial in the disappearance and presumed murder of his fiancee KOA. Newsradio is Connor shreve is live with what happened in court yesterday. And where we go from here. Connor lots of testimony from investigators who interviewed the nurse who dumped Kelsey Berith cellphone, Idaho. She apparently told investigators she saw Patrick phrase a bag she thinks inclu-. Barrett's body and the bat she says phrase used to beat the mother of his young daughter to death. She apparently was in a relationship with Frasier. The nurse was in says he tried to get her to kill multiple times. But that she couldn't bring herself to do it. What she did do was cleanup Barrett's home where the alleged murder took place a scene. She described as horrific with bloodstains over the walls and floor and furniture and toys Frasier apparently told Kenny he wanted Berith dead because she was a bad mother to the couple's daughter next up a hearing four Patrick Swayze. That is now set for April
"connor shreve" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Newsradio is Connor shreve has live at the state capital with the detail on details on all the festivities. What's going on today? Connor well right now, they're setting up the public viewing area. It's just a little fenced off space inside Lincoln avenue, which is closed by the way, where you can come and watch the state's forty third governor be come inaugurated that happens at eleven o'clock today, then the governor focuses on his inauguration ball tonight tickets for that are already sold out, and then perhaps a little bit less. Celebrate Tori, more substantive day on Thursday when he delivers his first state of the state speech now Colorado politics, getting a little bit of the national spotlight today because when police becomes governor he will be the first openly gay governor in the United States as you can imagine right now security is high. There is a huge law enforcement presence police Colorado state patrol syntactical teams here as well. And that's making driving and the road's in this area near the state capital awfully congested. With those details all send it over to John Morrissey Vig roads as you make your way through the state capital area are closed this morning, including lake industry, which. Issues to get down down a fourteenth is also closed. That's the. Road that goes to the east that one way that goes to the east just south of the state capital, it's causing some pretty good sized backups right now, and we'll be all day long. Couple of roads are open in the area like Colfax and Broadway. But really it's best to avoid the area. Unless you're going down to watch the inauguration eleven o'clock just avoid that whole area. The barriers should be removed by eight o'clock tonight. I'm John Morrissey. KOA newsradio. Thanks, john. Thanks conor. You can watch all of today's festivities on KOA, NewsRadio dot com along with our partners at CBS four. It starts once again at eleven AM gay rights activists.
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"Of the buildings KOA. Newsradio Connor shreve has live with the story. Connor. Yeah. Imagine having just rented your place, and then being woken up in the middle of the night with a car coming right through your living room. That's what the tenants of this place experienced at the country club villas off of Parker road. And Florida last night landlord says she was woken up with a late night. Call from those tenants. They said you need to get right here. You know, there is drunk driver. That went through the wall. And. Romaine our in our unity down apartment. They say that driver got out of the car naked screaming get me out of here. Police telling me that that driver and one person in one of these two apartment units affected by that crash have been taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. Couple of officers were assaulted last night on the sixteenth street mall. Now police are investigating sources at the scene. Claim the officers were actually bitten by the suspect. Those law men taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. Police say the officers were dealing with somebody who is clearly unknown substance at the time so far there's no word on possible charges that suspect also taken to the hospital. Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio national news now where a former Trump associate could face a long prison sentence and find out more today. Former personal attorney Michael Cohen due in federal court in a few hours to find out his fate. He's pleaded guilty to tax and financial violations. Maybe see legal analyst Royal Oakes. Cohen has an uphill battle convincing the judge to spare him from prison time. Prosecutors. And the probation department urge several years and the government claims that Cohen acted in coordination with and at the direction of Donald Trump in violating campaign laws. He told federal prosecutors in New York that the president directed him to break campaign finance laws in two thousand sixteen and arrange hush money payments to two women who said they had a fares with Trump. Federal prosecutors are recommending substantial prison time for Cohen Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, hoping for a smooth ending to a growing dispute over funding that massive border wall was maximum cooperation. Magic things happen at Christmas. And that's what I'm counting on talking with the media at the capitol yesterday McConnell said he's also optimistic about a Christmas miracle that would avert a government shutdown December twenty first meantime, the Senate will hear from US border patrol today. The patrol chief will testify on how well the US is doing unsecure in the area from drug cartels and undocumented immigrants are state is now home.
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"Coverage begins with KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve who joins us live with the latest Connor April. It was three suspects in a stolen SUV that led police on this chase through parts of centennial. And Greenwood village reportedly throwing things out of their vehicle as that chase went on. And according to. Douglas county sheriff Tony spurlock shooting at police at multiple points on that chase that lasted for five miles there to other locations for sure where the suspects fired on our deputies while they are in pursuit. We have officers following that route right now. Officers did perform a maneuver here. A pit maneuver to stop the car, then a shootout occurred. They killed one of the suspects injured. Another a third is in custody and dry creek east and west right at I twenty five remains closed for the investigation. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio in southeast Aurora. Police are investigating a situation at a local high school. Cherry creek spokesperson, Abby Smith. We were made aware last night of a possible threat on social media against the school. We contacted were police department. That threat reported by students at Cherokee trail high school near Rapa when smoky hill Smith says parents were made aware of the situation last night via a robo-call. There was chatter on social media that somebody was talking about bringing a gun to school some parents in the area keeping their kids home today. Classes at Cherokee trail Cherokee trail are in session this morning. Initial news President Trump back in DC after rallying voters in Mississippi last night. President Trump will be keeping a close eye on the results have Mississippi's run off election today. The president traveled to the state Monday to hold to rallies in support of Republican senators Cindy, Hyde Smith, urging voters to get out to the polls. She's smart, she's tough. And she loves you, Cindy, Hyde Smith, we have to get her in Republican officials are feeling more confident about Hyde. Smith's chances of fending off her democratic challenger, Mike Espy? Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Three US service. Members are dead after an explosion in Afghanistan today. The NATO resolute support mission says three other. Others were wounded when an improvised explosive device detonated southwest of Kabul. An American contractor was also hurt convicted. Colorado murderer Christopher watts being held in a Denver facility while state prison officials assess his physical and mental status. Watts is going to be held at the Denver reception and diagnostic center until officials determine what state prison house will permanently will house and permanently. The Federick man was given three life sentences after pleading guilty to the deaths of his wife and two daughters. Governor lectured police says he's already looking at ways to lower your tax bills. He talked yesterday in Colorado Springs going after.
"connor shreve" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"This holiday week is all set and done more than one point two million people will pass through this airport. That would be a record the busiest days still to come. That's expected. To be Saturday and Sunday at DIA, Connor shreve. KOA newsradio. It's also a slow go on the highways. The I seventy corridor in the high country will be busy people ready to hit the slopes and then returned back home, see dots. Working to ease. The pain construction is suspended until Monday in less. Something happens. A big pothole opens up sinkhole or something occurs. It's considered emergency. See that's Bob Wilson says last year the day before thanksgiving saw forty four thousand vehicles travelling to and from the high country Lieutenant governor, Donna Lynne will be leaving Colorado for new job has been named the CEO of Columbia doctors and the COO of Columbia University Medical Center in New York, Denver Nuggets and the Colorado Avalanche. Both win last night nuggets on the road. They beat Minnesota. The avalanche on the road beat the LA kings. Our next update at three thirty. I'm Roger crystal on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one. FM? Couple of new accidents coming in the first one, I seventy eastbound at chambers. The second one I two to five northbound at Colfax. Neither accident is causing any backup. So delays rights now. But please do watch out for any emergency crews that might be working the scene outside of that roads in delightful shape, right now, the rest of I twenty five I seventy I two to five and two seventy wonderful in wide-open and off highway all your major routes are also wonderful in wide-open, federal Colfax, Sheridan and sixth all without any delays. You'll CBS four weather today. A little sunny mixed in with some clouds, a high of sixty one with an overnight low of thirty to your current temperature is thirty four I'm victim at your on KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station before the.
The Details of Chris Watts' Triple Murder Case Are Even Crazier Than You Realized
"Even started divorce proceedings. She also never knew that. Watts wife, Shannon. Watts was pregnant she says watch changes story so often she believes he's also lying about Shannon strangling couples two daughters. Reporting live, Connor shreve. KOA newsradio. Thank you. Connor the atoms. Fourteen school district in commerce city being ordered to get a new management entity. See this comes after eight years of dismal student performance in the district, the Colorado state board of education, directed the atoms. Fourteen school district attorney over full management of the district to an external organization superintendent harbor Abrego has a message for parents. We want them to be relieved because
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"In our state KOA. Newsradio Connor shreve is live with more on that picture in April. They make up about twenty eight percent of registered voters here in Colorado and right now Republicans and Democrats running within about three percent of each other right now in terms of early ballots returned none. Of course means the unaffiliated vote could swing things have been two or three polls over the last thirty to sixty. Days. And when you you look at the how the unaffiliated leaning, they were leaning democrat political analysts Floyd Lee who says those numbers are in line with what we saw in June's primary election. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio on the National Front. One week ahead of the midterms. The airwaves are getting pretty nasty with those attack ads. Any Republican candidates running as close to the president as possible end adopting his signature combative style while on the democratic side the exact opposite many candidates calling for unity, but Democrats are also on the attack hitting their opponent's hard on top issues like the economy and healthcare ABC's Mary Bruce in DC, the president will be in Pittsburgh later today to honor the victims of Saturday's synagogue shooting. Anti-semitism is a plague to humanity, and it is responsible for many of the worst horrors in human history. We all have a duty to confront anti-semitism in all its forms and everywhere and anywhere, it appears that is press secretary, Sarah Sanders. Calling the attack an act of hatred inactive evil in an emotional statement. Sanders said the nation mourns the loss of Lebanon extraordinary people who were killed in. That shooting Boulder County is taking steps to combat hate crimes. Earlier this month district attorney Michael Daugherty launched a hate crime initiative as the state and country saw the number of reported incidents rise working with the Anti-Defamation League training, salon forcement and for prosecutors. We also established.
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"Connor shreve has more on the story. April eight hundred thousand dollars is the settlement that commerce city will pay out to a man who was beaten taste and pepper sprayed by police officers who mistakenly believed driver, Chris Liedholm was drunk. I'm coming out of this saying that I am diabetic. I'm sorry. I don't know what happened and they're telling me, that's that's low f you you're not diabetic. If you were diabetic you and be fighting this elite home says he's never had alcohol in his life lead. Officer Chris Dickey did admit that the assault could have been voided if Paul. Police did a better job of communicating with lead home when they first arrived on scene. Reporting live Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio the president set to visit Pittsburgh later today. The side of the weekends mass shooting that left eleven people dead that's against the wishes of the mayor Bill Peduto. He says the city needs to focus on healing. And there's a lot of work that comes into planning a presidential. Visit and it would just be better to let the focus of attention be with the families and not trying to detracted or place it somewhere else press secretary, Sarah Sanders, defended the move saying the president has United the people. He has certainly I think found those moments to bring our country together, and certainly focus on some of the things that all of us can support and all of us can condemn as wealth the first funerals for the victims are going to be held today with the rest plan to through Friday. The president has ordered more than five thousand troops to be ready at the southern border to meet a migrant caravan making its way up from Mexico. This is such a wrecked response to that caravan. That is coming towards the southwest border. And not only this one caravan there now citing a second caravan with about three thousand migrants that they're concerned has already had some what they're saying are violent interactions with security personnel. They want to be ready for that. That's ABC's Elizabeth McLaughlin. The caravan has President Trump pushing the focus now to immigration with one week to go until the mid terms that's not necessarily what voters are concerned about the number one issue among voters is healthcare. And he knows I think the GOP knows that the Republicans are on the defensive on healthcare. So as we discuss all these important issues, the dominant issue for voters is healthcare ABC chief political analyst, Matthew Dowd here locally, there's a push to get more women to the ballot box next week since two thousand and eight at least fifty two percent of voters in Colorado have been winning the Democratic Party believes it benefits from a so-called gender gap. So a bus tour make several stops to rally women to the polls state Representative Dominic Jack. Speaking to women narrow voting center in park hill, we are filled with..
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"Mashed out on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM right now dark skies sixty one in Denver now on Colorado's morning news. There's going to be high drama on the hill on Monday next Monday supreme court nominee, brick cabinet and the woman accused him of sexual assault decades ago. We're going to be in front of the Senate Judiciary committee to hear both sides of that story on the chamber floor yesterday. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell slamming those allegations accusation of thirty. Thirty six year old misconduct. Dating back to high school has been brought forward at the last minute irregular matter. Senator minority leader Chuck Schumer had a warning for GOP counterparts. Too long women have made serious allegations of abuse and have been ignored or dragged through the mud. It would be a disgrace this body and our fellow Republicans. Let that happen. This move means a vote to push Kavanagh's nomination forward has been postponed will carry live coverage of the hearing right here on KOA NewsRadio starting at eight AM. This coming Monday, Democrats are even asking the FBI now to get involved in the investigation of that so-called sex assault. President Trump is declassifying documents from the Russia probe. The White House announced that the president has ordered the declassification of a surveillance warrant for X. Trump campaigned advisor Carter page investigators were looking into pages ties to Russia. Trump also ordered the release of text messages related to the Russia probe of former FBI agent. Peter Struck and his lover Lisa page. A former FBI attorney well here in Denver RTD is set to vote on some fare hikes or changes, which could be a good news, bad news scenario. KOA? Newsradio is Connor shreve breaks. It all down for us. That proposed rate hike would.
Colorado to vote in November on proposal to toughen oil drilling rules
"Another hot one, but not as bad high ninety Right now we've got those early morning dark skies since starting to slowly creep. Up in sixty two degrees in Denver now on Colorado's. Morning news Colorado voters going to be designing a key measure in November on a much tighter regulations. On the, oil and gas industry KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve has the latest on. This story it would require new, oil and gas. Rigsby at. Least twenty five hundred feet from ballots from buildings excuse me and it will make the ballot in November that ruling coming yesterday after they did gather enough. Signatures it's called initiative, ninety, seven it, would change the current rules that require oil and gas facilities be at least five hundred feet from. Homes, in about a thousand from schools and hospitals those backing the measure say health concerns those opposed worry about the economic impact the. Measure could have on our states oil and gas. Industry meanwhile the oil and gas conservation
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"Of eighty eight from CBS four master now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM clouds this morning. And right now sixty three degrees now on Colorado's morning news there is a search underway on the. Northeast side of Denver for missing boy Denver police have now called in the feds to help KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve donates live at the latest on. That story Connor yeah Denver police. Have. Already asked for the public's help if they know. Anything about the disappearance of seven year old Jordan Avante now they're getting the help of the FBI seeing FBI police cars and presence, here in this, neighborhood just north of I seventy And west of chambers Vong, went. Missing at about four thirty yesterday afternoon, he's being described as about three feet tall forty pounds last seen in, a grayish wet shirt and the police message rings true this morning if you know anything about where Jordan is or why he went missing they're asking for your help reporting live Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio Connor I'd love to know if you know this but why would they bring. In the feds it certainly doesn't. Seem like even twenty four, hours has gone by yeah that's a good question because generally you think of. The FBI getting involved if there's some kind of interstate element but there's actually a policy that the FBI monitors potential kidnapping. Cases. And. Will get involved if a child is under twelve years old that's what they call the tender age policy so I would. Say right now it's just a matter of Jordan Vong being seven years old all right thanks Conor. For that I appreciate it Well there could be another round of, severe weather on tap this afternoon Paul Schlatter with the national weather service says it won't be nearly, as bad as yesterday but southern Colorado could be in the bullseye eye again storms will be. South of Denver across the Palmer divide and south. Of interstate seventy the weather comes after a, massive hailstorm. Moved into Colorado Springs yesterday several people. Were hurt to animals were killed at the. Cheyenne Mountain zoo the large hail also left a path of destruction in, the parking lot there we had about thirty four hundred people. In..
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"Afternoon high temperature eighty seven, be happened to get a storm you'll probably get more wind and rain and most of us won't get anything at all tonight clouds decrease temperatures dropping to near normal for the. First night of August low sixty one tomorrow mostly sunny. And hot mainly dry high temperature ninety two first time we'll be back. In the nineties in about a week and a half and, then we stay in, the nineties for Friday in the weekend, from CBS four Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one, FM I clouds sixty one degrees now in Denver now on Colorado's morning news we're, learning more information. About the Aurora homeowner shot and killed. By police early Monday, raiders Connor shreve, joins us live now with details At that homeowner has been identified. As seventy three year old Richard, of. Black his attorney says there was a party in the neighborhood. The night. And morning of that shooting in that a naked man kicked in the door of blacks. Home hit him in the head with a vase and. Even tried to strangle blacks grandchild black. Then shot the intruder twice in the chest before. He. Was killed by police family friends Susan ask school Gary was protecting his family and the intruder. Was in there I understand police have nanoseconds to react to anything that transpires please do plan on updating us tomorrow about the situation they. Say the officer involved was also part of a deadly shooting in late June reporting, live Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio thanks last month's deadly fire at a Westminster apartment complex is now being investigated as arson. We're able to classify this, fire is incendiary or intentionally set that's Westminster police spokeswoman Cheryl Sherry spotty the flames gutted a good portion of one of the Bill Buildings at. The Westbury apartments killing two people and leaving fourteen others hurt investigators had completed their on scene work and have turned. Over the building back to the management officials say one hundred and forty people left without, a home because. We're the. Fire vice-president Mike Pence is going to be in Hawaii today to formally received the remains. Of more than fifty American MIA's from the Korean war President. Trump talked about that development at, a. Rally in Tampa yesterday our fallen warriors are finally coming home It rests in American soil North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon authorized the release of the remains after his recent summit with Trump a repatriation ceremony for the fallen soldiers was held this morning in South Korea. At that same Florida rally the, president also, advocated, for. Voter. ID laws Tampa Florida rally President Trump at. Time has come for voter. I d like everything out he explained you go out and, you want to buy groceries you need. A picture on a card you need you go out and. You want to buy anything you need ID and you need your picture photo ID required for, some things, like alcohol cigarettes cold medicine not. Groceries or almost everything else. Numerous investigations, found little, voter fraud, exists Chuck Sivertsen ABC news Capitol Hill social media experts will brief the Senate today on the latest foreign influence operations. Aimed at the midterm elections the open hearing will focus on how foreign intelligence agencies are using social media platforms to conduct influence and can Influence. Campaigns today's hearing comes a day after, Facebook toll congress the social media, giant has removed more than thirty fake pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram now here in Colorado Fremont county sheriff is stepping down sheriff Jim biker says he'll leave office September first after. Resigning his replace won't be selected, during November, general, election. Biker. Served fifteen years as sheriff but faced increasing. Criticism for problems that included. Having a dozen officers placed on administrative leave last year a, former detective is currently on trial as. Well accused of hiding murder evidence in connection with an unsolved. Case in the death of a teen a deputy is also accused.
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"Some neighborhoods yesterday we have more storm activity in the forecast for today and just, like yesterday some storms could be severe including some really heavy rain today's high about eighty seven degrees chance of rain this. Afternoon is about fifty percent and then the rain chance, increases this evening and even. Overnight tonight rain, in the forecast overnight lows in the sixties tomorrow partly sunny scattered thunderstorms once. Again in the afternoon tomorrow not as warm high eighty and then Friday we dropped the storm chance to about twenty, percent with a high of eighty five will hang onto twenty percents storm chances through the weekend with temperatures in the seventies and. Eighties from CBS four Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM partly cloudy skies sixty five degrees, in the tech center now on Colorado's morning news at five o two could be another active day when it comes to storms after very heavy rain hail. And wind blew in last night and created havoc all over the metro area. And Englewood woman. Is in critical condition today after she, encountered some flooding let's, get into that with KOA news Radio's Connor shreve. He joins us live with the details April responders I found a water all the way up to the ceiling of this basement when they arrived on the scene at this home near a coma and tufts angle would police say this. Was first reported by the neighbors upstairs They were concerned that there was extensive flooding in the basement and did not know if the resident downstairs was there They did rescue this woman who is now in critical condition at Swedish hospital. They also pumped that home in, pump that. Basement as, part of the. Search to try to make sure nobody else was there reporting live in Inglewood Connor schrief. KOA NewsRadio south metro fires Eric Hirst tells us his, crews also, had to respond to multiple reports of mother nature those included high situations where water with coming, into homes your businesses power lines down trees down a couple reports of houses being struck by lightning on the roads heavy rain created some, issues for drivers to the biggest was in. Sheridan where a, sinkhole, opened up big enough to swallow up car police say the driver of that, vehicle is okay despite the. Situation yes she actually was able to jump out before the car went down into sergeant. Greg Miller with Sheridan PD he says it might be a couple of days before they can get that car out Miller's own. Patrol vehicle fell into a sinkhole three years ago in that same area forecasters say there's a good chance of storms again today Hey which could bring. More heavy rain inhale to the metro will continue to follow it with traffic and weather together every ten minutes on. The tens the tapes have surfaced, to now. There's the, dispute surrounding claim. Of an affair with a playboy playmate the audio concerns a conversation between President Trump and. Longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen as they discuss payment for, silence the, recording peers to indicate the President Trump discussed payments to silence a playboy model from disclosing her, claim that she and Mr. Trump had an affair before the two thousand sixteen election Cohen's lawyer says the tape clearly shows that then candidate, Trump said they should quote pay in cash. Mr. Trump's lawyers, say, he actually said don't pay in cash ABC's Andy Field reporting the payment has, been attacked by Democrats as. A possible campaign finance violation controversy in DC not hurting candidates backed by the president Georgia. Secretary of state Brian Kemp is the winner in last night's Republican primary runoff for governor thank y'all so much for a great turnout and And, what a great night that we've. Had Trump gave camp his full and total endorsement last week calling him tough on crime and illegal immigration Georgia's. Republican governor endorsed Kemp's opponent. A plan to provide federal assistance to farmers hurt by tariffs is being. Met by heart cr- harsh criticism from Colorado US Democrats Senator Michael. Bennet Trump administration nounce yesterday we'll give twelve. Billion dollars in aid to the industry is a short term solution Bennett calls that plan coat as insane is the policy that got us into this mess the democrat also believes the. White House can't fix it with what he calls a multi-billion dollar slush fund meantime the Trump administration. Says its working on, trade deals as, a long term solution Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio. Democrats no not the only one slamming that plan Nebraska Republican Senator Ben. Sasse calls it, golden crutches for farmers for twenty years, congresswoman Diana to get. Has tried to get a Colorado Wilders act through congress and has failed. Not in the last she's going to try again One. Thing I've learned in twenty years of promoting this Bill it's not easy to protect public lands Bill, she's introduced. Would set aside thirty three sites covering seven hundred forty thousand acres of wilderness they get says. The Bill is balanced it keeps ninety percent of Biella managed lands open for oil and. Gas drilling pop superstar Demi Levato recovering after being rushed to the hospital after a reported overdose. The singers..
House to vote on two immigration bills next week
"To visit the area meet with fire officials later this week that'll happen on a friday well lieutenant governor donna lynne and other members of hickenlooper cabinet went with local leaders yesterday goodness where some residents there as well those evacuated in san juan county are being allowed back into their homes at eight am this morning they will also allow some evacuated people onto five fifty in the closure point on highway fifty five fifty also set to be pushed back to just north of purgatory ski resort later today as well reporting live connor shreve koa newsradio thanks conor will continue to get the latest on that fire throughout the morning as well on capitol hill the house will vote on a pair of immigration bills next week house speaker paul ryan's office announced tuesday after republicans spent hours negotiating behind closed doors the news follows weeks of open rebellion in the house by republican moderates who have tried to force a vote on a series of bipartisan immigration bills on border security and the fate of the dreamers the votes put immigration a divisive issue for the party back in the spotlight for republicans as they scrambled to protect their house and senate majority is next fall ben siegel abc news washington senate republicans are cautiously optimistic after this week's summit between president trump and north korean dictator kim jong un majority leader her mitch mcconnell says he does want congress to include or included rather in any long term deal on denuding in the region if the president can reach a significant agreement with the north koreans i hope it takes the form of a treaty that's what the founders of our country anticipated and that's why it's in the constitution mcconnell says lawmakers all hope the summit will lead to real results in the future to the political primaries across the country now where south carolina republican congressman mark sanford is being kicked out of his bid to try to reclaim his seat he lost his primary race yesterday to katie airing ten she was endorsed just hours before polls closed by the president time to reach out to our friends and our neighbors and it's time to unite and get to work and win in november the president stepped into the.
Durango, Elizabeth Leighton and Cbs discussed on Colorado's Morning News
"Same page ahead of that summit more recommendations are on tap today near durango is the poor sixteen fire burns so far it's over four thousand acres just ten percent contained new evacuations are expected at this hour more than fifteen hundred people already out of their homes elizabeth leighton is one of them and she talked with cbs four making choices that you don't think you're going to have to make what's important and what's not reliable thinner around six hundred firefighters are working on those flames you're probably already have your ballot in hand for the upcoming primary elections if you're unaffiliated you have ballots you get to a what do you do with the one that you can't turn koa newsradio is connor shreve joins us live with those details qatar and that's a critical distinction at if you are unaffiliated you only get to vote for one party now the elections division has marketed those separate ballots with red and blue respectively hoping that will eliminate some confusion there also asking that you destroy the one you don't use shredder recycling at just by carrying it throwing it for in a trash can or what have you and its full form isn't ideal amber mcreynolds with the denver elections division says because this is the first time colorado's allowing independent voters to vote in a primary ballot we could certainly see some refinement in the years ahead reporting live in denver connor schrief koa newsradio legal salem marijuana and canada's expected it may take a major step forward later today the canadian senate expected to vote for sweeping legalization of pot house has already passed its own legal we'd legislation in the canadian government expects legal sales to begin as soon as ten to twelve weeks from now there are estimates that legal sales of recreational weed would generate around three point three billion dollars for candidate by twenty twenty seven expected announcement today from nasa about something discovered by the mars curiosity rover the space agency says it involves new science results but the details won't be released until noon our time the over has been roaring.
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"For the annual four twenty festival koa newsradio connor shreve joining us live with those details connor yeah and that's because in large part mardi many of the people here have come from out of state so whether it's not gonna stop them now i've talked to people from illinois for milwaukee from texas that's where george george is from excuse me and he says four twenty is just a day to check his worries at the gate four twenty s when everybody gets together man when all the when everybody you know it's all love it's we set everything else aside and we just smoke or we you know i wonder how many worries he has to start with gates will open at ten o'clock this event goes until seven and then to avoid the issues that plagued this festival last year security will be on hand all night well the cleanup takes place reporting live connor shreve koa newsradio guys mellow most of the time thanks conor fifteen pages of declassified memos from former fbi director james comey are now in the hands of congress they detail meetings between komi and the president right after the election comey doesn't think there's anything in those memos that will impede the russia probe i don't know because i haven't gone through them in detail i think all the significant parts are also in my book which the fbi reviewed and approved as part of the people can review the memos are believed to be key to special counsel robert muller's investigation into possible collusion between russia and the trump campaign the president tweeting and response to the released today saying quote general michael flynn's life can be totally destroyed while shady james comey can leak and lie and make lots of money for a third rate book the retrial of bill cosby continues in suburban philadelphia in correspondent bills infor tells us the trial is moving ahead much faster than expected prosecution wrapped up their case thursday catching even the defense by surprise defense attorneys told the judge many of their witnesses were not ready judge steven o'neill directed the defense to begin their case in on the last meanwhile closing arguments in this case could come as early as late monday bills him for nbc news radio sundays earth day hand in observance no vehicles.
Schlitterbahn co-owner plagued with financial, legal troubles before murder charge in boy’s death
"Colombia there's also another shakeup in the trump cabinet the white house's confirming homeland security advisor tom bossard is resigning there are reports that came at the request of new national security adviser john bolton owners have construction project that went up in flames killing two people are denying responsibility for the debts and the damage koa newsradio is connor shreve is live with more on that story allante properties is issuing a reminder that the cause of that fire has still not yet been determined contractors part of local labor groups however have accused that developer of hiring subcontractors with no regard for safety you think of the strides we've made over the years mike concern is that all that goes out the window because we wanna cut some corners and save some money on the labor side of it it's not right and it's cheating people out of an industry in federal safety officials have said it could be months before a cause is known what will happen to that site at eighteen thirty three emerson street in uptown will depend at least partially on that investigation reporting live connor schrief koa newsradio one of the suspects charged in the execution style killings of to colorado springs high school students is pleading guilty to lesser charges gustavo marquez will be sentenced on august sixth in the deaths of natalie partido and derek greer back in two thousand sixteen marquez pled guilty yesterday the counts of second degree murder he's facing up to nineteen years in prison on each count another suspect involved pleaded guilty to kidnapping just this morning the daughter of a former russian spy is out of the hospital in the uk bo both she and her father are being treated following a recent nerve agent attack this is not the end of her treatment but marks a significant.