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02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And out of Centennial Airport for several months. It's a very busy airport. We know both planes involved were cleared to land on parallel runways. Don't do that. Follow them are only 17 right. Cleared to land here. I'm 9 70 Roman wants the left clear to land when something planned what seven left. But Coleman says those parallel runways operate on separate tower frequencies. People in the West Runway may not be aware of everything that's going on on the east and the same with people in the east versus the West NTSB. Investigators interviewed both the serious and metro liner pilots. They also plan to interview the controllers who worked with the pilots before the crash. They would have probably done a blood test to see if there was any toxicology things that would come up out of there, look at histories on the airplane so that he comes from maintenance records and a lot of that other stuff, Coleman says. To get an idea of what goes into this investigation, take a look at the report from another recent midair collision. This one in May of 2019 Year catcher Can Alaska Six people died when two sightseeing planes collided. Thea NTSB just released their full findings a couple weeks ago. In that case, they found obstructed views and problems with an alert system caused the crash. The report details everything from safety issues to probable cause and recommendations to the FAA to keep this from happening again as an investigator never to do speculation you follow the facts. Follow the Where the things are going on. That will kind of leaves. You know what happens, The NTSB will release a preliminary report within the next 14 days. The full investigation will take 12 to 18 months to complete. That's Fox 30 one's Rachel Scott of reporting. As we continue with our news coverage this morning at the latest drought monitor map is out, and there's good news for front range communities front range from the top of Monument Hill through the Metro across the foothills to the west of Denver, and all the way to the Wyoming border. Even up the ice 76 quarter to northeast Colorado is out of the drought. It's only 13% of the state that's out of the drought, but we are out of the drought. As of right now we will take that. 13% Fox 31 chief meteorologist, Dave Fraser says They're still extreme drought conditions, though in the western part of the state's ready to roll Watch some great movies. The Sundance Film Festival coming back to Park City, Utah, next year, but it will look different. Organizers say they'll use the hybrid format in January. With film showings in theaters and online. The move comes is the festival is still working out details for creating covert safe environments for live audiences. 2021 all virtual festival drew over 2.5 times its normal crowd, even with fewer films showing I That's an event I would actually like to partake in and go go partners basically go go to physically go. Yeah Park, Sit your hugs and your fur coat. See if I see Robert Redford wave and say hi, six or seven of Colorado's morning news we've got Became sports The Colorado Avalanche, clicking clinching the top spot in the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs will be ready for home ice advantage. Money News with Pat the Dr John Morrissey on the road this morning. What do you see it? I'm seeing a lot of love on the road this morning. I don't see a ton of problems in your annual way at all. There is the crash on the west side of.

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"They did toward the existing sites and liked what they saw. That is Fox 30 one's Kim Posey reporting this fall. Harvard will require all students living on campus to be back. Fascinated against coronavirus. They're joining a growing number of universities to do the same. Students must receive the vaccine approved by federal regulators or the World Health Organization. Two weeks prior to arriving on campus, Harvard will continue with Corona virus testing on campus in the summer and the fall. I guess this is a much to ado about nothing because it looks like Britney Spears. She's not looking to get out of her conservative ship anytime soon. TMZ is reporting. She wants to talk to a judge about getting her father, Jamie and removed from the guardianship next month. And the source of Spears, though, doesn't feel trapped in the 13 year arrangement, noted that she has 99% of the freedom she would have outside of this conservative ship. They say spirits has no restrictions. It just stops her from doing crazy things like maybe buying three cars at one time. So if I'm reading this correctly, she wants her dad removed. But she's not opposed. Maybe somebody else to oversee it. Yes, sir. But you know somebody who's maybe has a little more financial acuity and a student. Maybe pause the brakes and say You sure you want to do this? Just to look over a few missing her assets and keeper solvent? Maybe an attorney. Somebody who's unbiased, not one of her family like like, be a good I'd like a trust attorney. I have one I could recommend anyways, It's 7 37 here on cholera. Harley looks great on the air. 7 37. Colorado's morning news is we look at your Dr John Morrissey, where you start this one. Let's start on the eastbound. I 70 crash at Colorado's Got You slow. You're backed up on Lee back to 25 troubles on Colorado to in the bed, Fred Sports Travis Tanner. You gotta crash South bound Colorado at MLK. Your Drive on the West Side of town looking pretty good this morning. You're heavy out of Lakewood on eastbound Sixth Avenue. You're to 85 drive out of lake with you, Sheridan in Inglewood and over to I 25 Is busy. Two on hand in east of I 25 popular. They're cleaning up a crash and a lot of busy traffic on the South. Found 2 to 5 Drive from.

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Coverage on cable news radio screaming free of charge and I are radio comes your way at three that sports and reading crystalline Caitlin his radio on the Rockets. Iraqis News Radio time is 5 16 are Top stories kayaker found dead at Cherry Creek State Park over the weekend has been identified as 26 year old Christopher Carmen of Aurora. His body was pulled from the water Sunday night after crews were called out around mid day. There were reports of a person going under the water and not resurfacing. Witnesses say Carmen was not wearing a life vest when the kayak likely capsized, made gusty winds and choppy water. A man is facing felony charges in Park County after campfire turned into a wildfire burned about 45 acres. That fire happened Saturday near County Road. 56 Forest Service Road a 13. It's about five miles east to Jefferson. The Park County Sheriff's office charged Philip Reicher with intentionally setting the wildfire and second trigger degree arson, as well as two misdemeanor charges. We know it and we love it. But Denver once again near the top of the list for popular places to move to the city, came in at number three in the 11th annual report from Penske Truck rental Las Vegas number one, followed by Phoenix in the second slot. AUSTIN Atlanta rounded out the top five Denver's made the list for 11 straight years. State Health Department is confirming that a case of the Brazilian burying of covert 19 has been discovered in El Paso County, the P one version of the virus reported last week. El Paso County Public Health says they're likely other cases of that variance circulating in the area but just have not been counted. Varian is thought to be highly contagious and could reinfect those who have already had cases of coronavirus Pueblo Police are bringing the Corona virus vaccine to the homeless population there. Police Sergeant Frank Ortega says officers want to make sure everybody, including the homeless have the chance to get the shot. They really don't have access to go to the sites where they're offering the vaccines. Notes. There are plenty of people who were already inoculated against the virus and expects the department to go back out in the future and bring covert vaccines to the homeless. President Biden urging hesitant Americans to get vaccinated. Now the end of the summer will be in a very different position. We are now During an appearance in Southern Virginia, the president arguing vaccination levels must continue to growth to ensure herd immunity. Pharmacy chain CVS and Walgreens may be responsible for wasting thousands of doses of the vaccines. The two chains combined, let nearly 130,000 vaccine doses go to waste. As of late March, There was a total of 182,000 wasted doses, meaning the two chains seem to allow more doses. Go on use that all states and federal agencies combined. Angry doesn't have NBC news radio. Ensured. They say that was in the early days of the pandemic. They were getting to the nursing homes. And so I guess they probably had more supply than they did demand based on the basis of the nursing homes and didn't have probably quite the right amount of storage for one of those issues. That's what they're saying. Just been a problem since the beginning for some of these places, hence why the JJ was a big deal. When that came out, you'd have to start those those temperatures coming up here in Colorado's morning news. We are looking at the latest mask mandates and the continued effort to get people vaccinated for covert here in the state will check in with the professionals at Denver Health next Right now that Dr John Morrissey very certain downtown night. 25 looks good. You're I 70 drive to 79 76 in Commerce City in great shape, and that 2 to 5 driving Aurora,.

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Now. On Colorado's morning news. The U. S denying Report that there is an agreement in place with Iran for a prisoner swap. White House chief of staff run claim We're working very hard to get them released. We raised this with Iran and are in the locket tours all the time. But so far there's no agreement to bring these four Americans home. On CBS's face the Nation. The White House chief of staff said that they'd be delighted to confirm the news. If it was true. South Carolina Senator Tim Scott says police reform maybe closer to happening than ever before, he says the biggest question he's had about police reform is how to change the culture of policing, as opposed to having one officer changed or not changed. We'll have all officers. Transforming because the departments were taking him or that burden. The Republican senator also noted some Democrats have shown support for a proposal to allow civil suits toward departments instead of officers personally top public health expert emphasizing the ground game in the ruling remaining part for the race to get Americans vaccinates about making it extremely easy walk in clinics, getting into doctors offices and then also working with trusted voices, religious leaders, civil society leaders. To advocate for getting people vaccinated on ABC is this week. Brown University's doctor A. She's Joss says the goal should be to get at least 70 to 80% of American adults vaccinated. More help is on the way for India as that country battles and explosive surgeon coronavirus cases, the U. S has sent military planes loaded with supplies. Hospitals are said to be so overwhelmed there that They're either turning away sick. Patients are leaving some to die in the waiting rooms, a new travel ban from India into the U. S begins tomorrow, coming up here on Colorado's Morning news. There's a change to mask mandates in the state. We talked with Denver health about the changes, vaccines and more. That's coming up next right now on your Dr John Morrissey. Anything changing?.

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"15 as well. Marty's Randall take on second seat Utah State in the semifinals. The Mountain West Tonight at nine at Sports and Reading Crystalline, killing his radio over the Broncos buffs carry news Radio times. 7 46 right now on Colorado's Morning news is we've been telling you some serious snow is in the forecast for the week. We're expecting major accumulations across the front range, The high country could get even more. And that is happy News for Colorado ski resorts Vail Resorts Cyril A. Cocoa joins us Live from Summit County. Good Morning, Sarah. Good morning. How are you? Well, we're good. What are you hearing about? Just how much snow skiers could see it places like Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, etcetera. Yeah, We're checking the forecast that open snow and it's looking like our summit County resort. So keystone and record probably gonna see up to two ft by the end of this weekend and close totals as well at Vail, Beaver Creek and a swells are Crested Butte Resort, So we're pretty excited to see you could see the snowstorm coming through this weekend. Should make for some great skiing and riding. I'm guessing you're expecting the bulk of skiers to try to get up the hill today to avoid, I guess the roads and how they're gonna be this weekend. Uh, yeah, I would say that today definitely looks like the better travel day. For sure. It looks like the storm's gonna start coming through. Sometimes. Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon and Sunday is going to be our big, biggest storm. Total daze so definitely would recommend checking. You know Theo tripped out or toe look at road conditions and stuff Because I do think travel. Looks like it will be impacted in some ways with a storm for sure. Are you putting up all the road signs in those places to warn people to likely they're gonna have to stay put on Sunday. Not even be able to travel home to Denver until Monday. Uh, you know, Sita and the road crew definitely manage those signs. But, yeah, we'll definitely be working with our lodging teams and stuff to make sure that our guests are aware of what kind of the weather situation looks like in tow help as much as possible. But, yeah, I would take Theo tripped out organs really our guest best option for details on I 70 and kind of all the roads across, um, across Colorado. I'm gonna need to be reminded this Are you still doing the reservation system and trying to be careful because of covert right? So you might get more people up there, but it's not gonna be a mad crush because people are still relegated because of the pandemic. Is that correct? Yeah, we still have all of our covert safety protocols in place. And that is one of the great things about our reservation system this year is that we're managing access every day of the season. So regardless of kind of increased like the man that the powder creates, you're still going to need that reservation And you're still gonna have room to spread out on the mountain? Because we're managing that nothing around the mountain. So that's still in place. Don't forget your math master still required. You know what we're seeing other states lifting mandate. But regardless of that, they're still required at all of our ski resorts and, regardless of vaccination status as well, so really trying to keep that message out there that covert safety is still something we're taking very seriously at the resort. How has this season been in the midst of the pandemic? Every time I go? I'm impressed by how well things are working, and, frankly, how many people are allowed to ski. Yeah. You know, our goal was we wanted to get as many people on the mountain as we can safely accommodate in this situation, So I'd say we're really happy to see how things were going. We're just stoked to be open and able to provide skiing and riding for guests this winter. The great opportunity to wreck create outdoors when so many people have been kind of inside for so long, so it Z provided that opportunity And it's been yes. I'm really great to see our operational team. Just getting Get even more used to our new protocols. You know, we're loading list differently on by doing all of these different things to insure Stacy and I think we just continued toe refine and get better at them throughout the season and so excited as we're heading into a spring break here to see the snow and you get people out skiing and riding their resorts sterile, Coco Thank you, sir. Thank you. 7 50. We're gonna get update from Brooks Garner about the storm moving in that in a moment, we get an update on the Dr John Morrissey. Pretty decent drive on a Friday morning just before we get hit with the storm. Looks like you drive on South tonight. 25 Heavy right around 84th at downtown drives a little bit crowded, And so is that South found.

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Push it up court across the timeline is high on the right side. The Williams step back wide open is gonna take the three he will take it missed it. Rebound away to McKinley. That'll give him Dutch in double digit rebounds and the column bottle buffaloes victorious. In Palo Alto 69 51 are Johnson the call Right here on K Away last night, So you kicked off four game road trip and picked up their third straight that winning Stanford. You heard Mark mentioned McKinley right, the fourth, who finished with 14 points, nine assists and nine rebounds. And is now just two rebounds away from 600 his career whenever he does grab those two boards will become the first player in the history the Pac 12 Conference to score 1600 career points, Dish out 600 assists and grab 600 rebounds. He'll have a great look at that tomorrow in the bus late, Cal our coverage right here on K Away starts at 7 30 tip off at eight. Nuggets will try to make it two wins in a row tonight when the thunder roll into town tip of a ballerina at seven. The Broncos Addison defensive line depth yesterday signing Isaiah Mac, a third year player out of Tennessee Chattanooga. Over the first two seasons. He's played 21 games with the Titans and Patriots. One other name they could add to the defensive line, although it seems unlikely is former three time defensive player of the year JJ Watt, who was released by the Texans this morning. He is now a free agent. The real question is, is that proceed? The move of trading quarterback to Shawn Watson, that sports and grainy, crystalline, killing his radio on the Broncos buffs and Rocky's Hey away news. Radio time is 8 47. Now on Colorado's Morning news today, it's the Trump team's turn to present their case in the Senate impeachment trial, House manager Jamie Raskin says the defense will have a lot to respond to our friends must work to answer all of the overwhelming, detailed factual and documentary evidence we have introduced of the president's clear and overwhelming guilt. But they may not have the numbers in order for Trump to be convicted. 17 Republican senators would have to cross the aisle and vote along with Democrats. Three Republican senators met last night with Donald Trump's lawyers ahead of today's impeachment defense. Trump lawyer David Show and said the senators were very friendly guys who just wanted to make sure they were familiar with procedure on the eve of Trump's defense in the Senate trial, the senators who met with Trump's attorneys last night Lindsay Graham, Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, US is ramping up its efforts to buy more Corona virus vaccines. We signed the final count. Tracks for 100 Million more Madonna and 100 Million more. Fizer vaccines. President Biden says the U. S will now have enough of both to get every American inoculated by the end of July. German Chancellor Angela Merkel extending the country's growing virus lockdown. It was originally supposed to end Sunday but now will extend until March. 7th Miracles cited getting virus spread further under control to combat a possible third wave of infections because of covert mutations. German officials also working to get schools where you open for in classroom learning city of Our office is in a number of facilities are closed today for an employee furlough day one of five put in place because of the pandemic. Closures include all municipal offices, courts and libraries coming up here in Colorado's Morning news. How can the trump team re but arguments from house impeachment managers when they present their case? Today we go get the latest from D C and talk with ABC Legal analyst Dan Abrams next right now we check the Dr John Morrissey. What he's seeing.

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Good luck for money on the hour and Keohane news radio right now, on Colorado's morning News House impeachment managers wrapping up their prosecution of former President Donald Trump yesterday with more video of the January 6 the riots. By attacking the defenses. The defense's argument of Trump already being out of office in his First Amendment rights, that defense of the former president actually begins today. So how's the former president likely following all of this? And what's next for him? ABC News chief White House correspondent author of Front Row with the Trump show Jonathan Karl is here with that. Good morning and good to have you back. Hey, thank you for having me based on your coverage of his presidency. What does this all mean for Trump? Do you think and for his legacy and for his future in politics? Well, I think that they can You break it down into two questions here. One is at what effect will have on the on the actual vote counting. I mean, it was a powerful, searing presentation definitively laid out what happened on that day. What Donald Trump did Leading up to that day and what he failed to do to stop the riot from from happening. It's damning. It's searing, but I don't think it effects anything in terms of the vote. You have 44 Republican senators. Who voted twice even before this trial started to the end and the trial so it doesn't affect that But your question gets out. What? What does it mean for Donald Trump? What does it mean for his political future for his role in the party for how he'll be remembered in history, and I think I think that this will be a defining moment for for him and for the way he is viewed And it is quite damning and in a way, much more profound than what may happen in terms of a final vote in this trial, this was a definitive timeline of events. That definitive historic record of what went down. As you say It's a foregone conclusion that he won't be if you want to say found guilty in this process, but also I've heard other people say this gets those Republicans who don't vote for this on the record to show that basically, even if they don't agree with the process in the realities of the impeachment based on the coast. Detention allergy. They're getting on the record to show that they to some degree are saying it's okay. What happened to the capital just because of the processes of it, so getting them on the record, they say, maybe damning as well. For those Republicans who vote well, it poses a real dilemma for for these Republicans. If don't believe it's constitutional. That's a legitimate argument. I mean, you know, frankly, the record is mixed on that I mean that that the Constitution Is not crystal clear. You could make compelling arguments on both sides. I truly believe. But then, if you decide that you can't convict him because it's not constitutional, The question is, what are you going to do to show that you disapprove? You condemn what he did and how he behaved and you know that's where this question of center comes up, and I don't see any movement towards that. So the question I am asking over the next couple of days of these Republicans is OK, You're going to vote not guilty because you don't think it's constitutional. Then what are you going to do anything? Get on record. This was unacceptable, and I think that's I think that's a big question that will haunt the party for for years to come. Let's talk about Donald Trump's political future. Those conservatives who are maybe more in the middle, probably won't support him again. But what about those to the far right? Doesn't this process make trump even more of a martyr? And isn't that dangerous? It is, and that's a real that's a real effect here, and you do. You do see that? You know the case that you see some of his fervent supporters say is look, they were out to get him before he got elected. They were out to get him during the entire four years of his presidency, and now they're still out to get him even after he's out of the White House, and there is a martyr effect. There is a rallying around trump effect, and there is no question that there is a Fervent base of support for Donald Trump. Even after all of this, that it was, the fervency will not will not be diminished at all. Maybe increased his results of this, but it's you know, it's not a majority of the country and it is right now. Probably a majority of the Republican Rank and file base. Um, but the question is, what do the leaders in this party do? Did they try to move the party in a different direction? Because it's not. It's not something that's gonna that's gonna be a winning message. NATIONAL. The president's been neutered because he's not on Twitter. But if he weren't had the ability to tweet with the mood of what's going on with the trial and just the atmosphere of all, would it be different? Well, it probably helps him that he can't tweet because Right now. He's got it baked in 44. Senators not gonna vote to convict him. If he started tweeting, you could see him, you know, shooting himself in the foot like he often did during his presidency with his tweets. Be honest. Do you miss him? I don't know if that's quite the weight. Oh, say it, but but I do. Look forward to talking to him again. I'm working on a second book, so I I hope to take it down there and And actually talk to him about what's going through his mind right now, Jonathan Karl. And Of course, his first book is front row at the Trump shown. Of course, you know him from ABC News. He's the chief White House correspondent was always Jonathan. Thanks so much for your time. Great. Thank you. We've also got Dan Abrams, legal analyst for ABC coming on later on this morning. Yeah, I look forward to having the discussion time watching him quite closely. Yesterday with some of his analysis. 5 29 here in Colorado's morning used the newscast moments away the Dr John Morrissey early Friday morning..

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's 8 16 our top stories. On Colorado's Morning news, Johnson and Johnson requesting the FDA grant emergency use authorization for its Corona virus vaccine. NBC's Miguel Almaguer, the one dose shot one step closer to being rolled out in the U. S. Perhaps 100 million doses available by June. It could be approved by the end of this month. The single dose vaccine reportedly 66% effective in preventing the virus and does not need to be kept at those super cold Temps. Ah, large scale cover 19 vaccination events set for tomorrow in Denver between SCL health and two dozen community organizations. The event at the national Western Complexes has a goal of getting first doses into the arms of 5000 people who are 70 and up. Also specifically targeting underserved communities, no walk ups that will be accommodated. All the appointments have been booked Governor poll is extending our state's statewide mask mandate for another 30 days, he says. Widespread mask uses a low cost highly effective way to reduce the spread of Corona virus infections. There are exceptions for people who've got medical conditions that put them at risk for wearing a mask. Official business in the Senate yesterday was interrupted at one point by Democratic senator Sure, Sherrod Brown, who had had enough of Rand Paul shirking of covert 19 protocols would like To ask Senator Paul in front of everybody to start wearing a mask on the Senate floor, like the entire staff does all the time Senator Paul chose to remain massless. He tested positive for the virus back in March. Months later, he famously insisted that he and others who contracted covert are now immune strip clubs in Florida are working to take advantage of the Super Bowl weekend despite the pandemic. Clubs across the city of Tampa, including major locations like the Penthouse Club have sunk millions of dollars into Cove. It's safe renovations after being allowed to operate since November. Staffers say table reservations and temperature checks are now regular club standards. The club owners claim they'll be strict enforcers of health precautions because they quote, feel blessed to be able to conduct business in the states. They don't think the health protocols for something I was worried about what they sanitize the dollar bills, you know before they frankly you can't sanitize those places and I know you probably can't speak into the Super Bowl. The preparations that go into a Super Bowl are usually extensive, but at a pandemic. And they become much more complicated. We get a look at some of those preparations next right now, taking a look at the Dr John Morrissey. Lots of love in this drive this morning, even that crash that we've been dealing with on the eastbound 60 of your caliber. Looks like it's starting to ease its grip on us. You're doing a lot better still love his slow approaching Kalamazoo.

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Decision to deal third baseman Nolan Ah, Renato to ST Louis. The trade was finalized yesterday. Owner Dick Monfort says he still has belief in the team despite being without their superstar. We have an extremely talented team. They're built to compete. It is time for them to take the next step. We're excited for our season ahead and look forward to the challenge is Rocky's gym. Jeff Brighter, says Nolan's departure does not mean more trades are coming. This certainly is not a total tear down and rebuild, like Um, you know, certain teams have chosen to undergo overtime right? It submits that over time. His relationship with our Renato changed and are not a wanted out of the deal with the Rockies swell in light of the recent comments that you just heard by the GM, and by the owner, can the Rockies still feel the competitive playoff team You're weighing in this morning on Facebook and Twitter? No, and you are sure where he is. Colored of Parks and wildlife, says he's found in color Gray wolf near the Colorado Wyoming state line. The GPS collar will allow biologists and wildlife managers to track that wolf. The Wolf has a four year old male weighing £110 is traveling with a wolf from the Wyoming Snake River pack and Super Bowl spreads could be lacking a popular game day food this year. The Georgia Poultry Federation says a chicken wing shortage is possible during Sunday's big game because of the demand during the cove in 19 pandemic, that's largely because wings are delivered. Friendly, which has been a plus for restaurants while in person dining is limited and estimated 1.4 billion chicken wings are expected to be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday, so viewers who want them on their menu are encouraged to call in orders early. Sarah Bartlett, NBC news radio at one time before I had a child, my husband, I would go to these sports bars or whatever, and we thought we would write a book on Who's Got the best hot wings, Colorado. We love them. I didn't have one of those in a few years. I'm not a big wings guy. Yeah, so you don't mind about the shortage That does not impact me whatsoever. Now there's shortage of beers, beers, and I would be. I would think there's a shortage of Super Bowl parties isn't there you would hope you would think in these instances to keep safe 6 37 Year on Colorado's Morning news BK with sports Money News with Pat Wednesday morning, Dr John Morrissey. It's people calm.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Other is that it's a single dose vaccine, and it's easier to administer because it does not require sub Arctic freezing temperatures for the latest on where and when the next vaccination drive up events will be keep it here on K Away. NewsRadio 7 29 Right now we check that Dr John Morrissey with cloud cover with sunshine, but look, traffic. Maybe they're a little this A little of bad. Yeah, we've whatever's in the covered here in the traffic studio right now. They're your drive on westbound. I 70 has been slow approaching. I 25 but I got good news. In the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center. They just cleared that crash. Westbound. I 70 in Washington approaching, I 25 back to back to about Yale, but I'm sorry, York the other Y s o back to back to about the dog chow plant. But after that you're in good shape over to I 25 on your waist downtown. They called out a crash south and I 25 it's spear. I see a little bit of slowing sound tonight. 25. Around Colfax. Not huge. So imagine if there is a question there is just a little fender bender. But that would be a little bit slow through there. And you've got a crash coming out of Henderson in Brighton from Henderson heading down toward I 76 crash right there. South found 85 at 104th. You're also jammed up in Glendale because of a crash on Colorado at Cherry Creek Drive South. That drive on the South Gonna be heavy south tonight 25 from you 70 over the eye. 25 Parker Road is loading up with traffic Still good on cnni 4 70 don't see any problems on the Northwest Parkway, either that Commerce City drive your usual slowing onto 79 76. This report is sponsored by Audible Audible delivers the best audio entertainment All in one app choose a plan that's right for you and make it a year of audible originals. Best selling audio.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio. Six people have died in a poultry plant in Georgia and a liquid nitrogen leak is being blamed 11 people right now are in the hospital. 11. Soldiers from Fort Bliss in Texas were injured, two of them critically. The Army says they ingested a substance during a training exercise, and there is an investigation. Ongoing gun sales. Still hot supplies of handguns, long guns and ammunition were already running short at the end of last year with the coming of 2021, says Gun shop owner David Prince. The gun's disappeared. We couldn't get him in fast enough. So why are so many people buying their first firearms because of the state of affairs today specifically Says Sean the riot at the Capitol. She has now signed up for a gun safety class toward getting her concealed carry permit. If you buy something, you have to know how to use it properly as shop owners try to meet the growing demand for guns generally in ABC News, Ah, whole lot of folks trying to learn more about the stock trading apt Robin Hood, but they didn't find what they were looking for on Twitter when they followed Robin Hood on Twitter. They were following the worldwide Robin Hood Society about the legendary outlaw who robbed the rich to give to the poor and Facebook is issuing Apology for consistently flagging references to a British landmark as offensive, the social media giant said. It's Facebook community standards, repeatedly sanctioned post, referring to the Ho spelled H Oe in Plymouth. The Plymouth Hoe is residents have dubbed it refers to a coastal landmark in the south of England. It's almost like these, you know, you talk about sort of the robots that work over and Facebook and Twitter. The algorithm is that human beings doing this gotta have somebody said Yes. So when when you do it like that you take out any, you know, understanding or knowledge or nuance, a 37 year cars for kids this time around. Helping out with the news that Dr John Morrissey helping us out.

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04:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Movement to not move the county line but moved to ST Line the political committee. Weld County, Wyoming, wants to put the measure to a vote in November. It would instruct Weld County commissioners to officially engaged and explore the annexation of Weld County. With the state of Wyoming Legislature If Weld County joined Wyoming, the funny thing is the state's population Would more than double is over 320,000 people living in Weld County. Remember, a similar idea was proposed in 2013 under the failed 51st State Initiative, Chuck Clark a way news radio. If any of those secession is need help paying their rent, they may want to stay in Colorado for a little longer. They may even want to move to Denver. This city is getting $22 million in federal rental aid. 90% of the money is going to go to cover back rent, utilities and Home energy cost 10% supports and administrative costs and housing stability services. And if you live in Denver and need rental assistance, you can get more information by dialing 311, another national spike and covert 19 deaths. Nearly 4000 were just reported yesterday. But President Biden says he's confident the numbers will soon go down. We now have a national strategy to be coping knighted is comprehensive. It's based on science, not politics. It's based on truth, not denial. He says. That includes picking up the pace rapidly of vaccinations. In the past few weeks covered 19 cases, Hospitalizations and deaths in Colorado have been trending down. But state epidemiologist done to Rachel Hurdle, he says. It's still estimated that one in every 115 Coloradans is infectious with coronavirus, she says. It'll be a while before we see significant impact from the cove in 19 vaccines, we really don't see the full of fact or benefit of the vaccine for many months to come. And so during this time, all of the strategies that we have in place really continue to be important for months to come early, he says. The protocols we've been following, such as wearing masks and social distancing are working compliance is that 78%, and that's why covert numbers have been declining. Jury Bell Kaylie news radio The governor is applauding. You see help for vaccinating 1000 people, of course field over the weekend. They're doing another 10,000 this weekend, but with only 70,000 doses being sent to Colorado every week. The Gulf says he doesn't seem or vest mass vaccination sites coming online soon. We don't want to use all 70,000, of course, feel they need to be in Grand Junction and Pueblo in Colorado Springs and Lakewood and Fort Collins. And really, But, he says, if the state does got a larger supply of vaccine, Maura of these high volume drive up sites might be possible. President Biden plans to take more executive action today, focusing on climate change. Aides say Hill Band new oil and gas drilling on federal land, leaving the industry worried about job losses. The Senate is now in the jury. It's sworn in for the impeachment trial that will start the week after next. As much as we want to move to unity, I do think is well, we need to move for some level of accountability. Senator Mark Warner and the Democrats accused former President Trump of inciting the deadly attack on the U. S Capitol. They hate Donald J. Trump and and they're engaging in an act that I think is petty. I think it is retribution. I think it is a vindictive that is Republican Senator Ted Cruz. He says at least 17 Republicans who voted against the measure to make it dead on arrival. Some Democrats are demanding increased surveillance on Americans in the wake of the surge of the capital. But others fear security overreach when former Democratic lawmaker and one time presidential candidate warns of a growing police state inside the US John Brennan's Adam shifts and the oligarchs and Big Tak who are trying to undermine our constitutionally protected rights. And turn our country into a police state with KGB style surveillance are also domestic enemies and much more powerful and therefore dangerous, and the mob that stormed the capital Tulsi Gabbert comments come days after the former CIA director John Brennan said the new by administration should focus on crushing what he called a pro trump insurgency. That is Fox is Lucas Tomlinson and Denver Day, Beth McCann is joining a push to end the federal death penalty. She's part of a bipartisan group of criminal justice leaders that sent a letter this week to the Biden administration. She says the death penalty is unnecessary to protect public safety and can also suffer from racial bias. 5 37 here in Colorado's morning news, the ABS getting a nice win last night of ball Arena will get more on that from BK and Sports and Money News of Pat's. And your Wednesday morning, Dr John Morrissey, some slick spots and issues already. Yeah,.

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KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Morning, Dr John Morrissey. Good morning snow in the higher elevations, but down here not so much so far. Not so much just kind of Ah, dusting hardly at all. But you will get well. See that brush a little bit off your cars. You get out if you parked outside last night. Yeah. You guys were talking about the fog man. It is foggy and Marty, you know, Do you live up there up on that? I 70 drive up in the foothills. It is definitely a foggy drive. It's hurting your driving. Slowing you down on I 70 and onto 85. It's also a real foggy, Dr. Down toward monument and his cold is it is this morning. It could be freezing fog. If it starts to condense on the roads. We could have ourselves a real mess. So be careful this morning. Kind of tread lightly till we get this thing under control. Not a ton of problems out there on the highways, But this is the kind of morning where straight slick spot can cause a huge rack Because we're just not ready for. It s so watch yourself up in the foothills of the Bedford Sports Traffic Center. It is a pretty good drive. But you will find that you got a little bit of slickness is you head out. Morning. I'm John Wars Janki await his radio live everywhere on the I heart radio out free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans affairs benefits that may be available to veterans. Via is focused on customer service, like never before. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all time high.

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KOA 850 AM

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In the Supreme Court. And when that plan failed, The New York Times says he allegedly plotted to remove his acting attorney general and replace him with a trump loyalist who was willing to help him fight Joe Biden's victory in Georgia. Baddest NBC's Alex per share reporting, President Trump's Senate trial will begin the week of February. 8th also word today that thousands of National Guard troops we're gonna be staying in the nation's capital for now, political reporting that as many as 5000 soldiers Could remain stationed in the nation's capital through mid March to deal with possible demonstrations around the Senate's impeachment trial of former President Trump US is surpassing 25 million cases of covert 19 worldwide. That number is getting close to 100 million to stop the spread of the virus. President Biden is enacting a ban restricting travel from South Africa as well as reimposing. The van from Brazil, the UK, Ireland and 26 European countries. It comes as the White House faces growing push back after unveiling its $1.9 trillion covert relief plan. The package would include another round of direct payments to most Americans this time for $1400, although they say they're open to putting more money in ABC is Kenneth Martin reporting. Also today, President Biden is set to sign up by America executive Order. It'll make it tougher for federal agencies to buy imported products back here at home. There were a fire crews have put out a house fire this morning, Your Hampton in Genoa. From pictures. It appears there was significant damage to the home's roof. It is I could produce a coating to an inch by daybreak tomorrow. That is Fox 30 one's meteorologist. Brooks Garner. So snow is what we need. Kaylee newsreaders Sheckler join us live with more more more of it, too. Yes. Cue the Andrew True connection there. Marty 2020 was the second driest year on record in the state since 80 95. If you've been hiking in the high country recently, you've probably noticed how dry it is. Forced soil is dried up, and we know what that conduce specially after last summer, scientists are thinking well, they're hoping a new administration will be an opportunity to ramp up federal of work to save forests. Has him in this dry in Colorado since the record drought a year of 2002. But remember, that was abruptly ended when a historic blizzard dropped up the 3 Ft of snow in a few days in March. A lot of winners still in front of us, including one are typically big snow months in California's high countries getting dumped on now here in Colorado. We may not need a blizzard, but we definitely need some snow days. Chuck Clark a way NewsRadio, Colorado health officials want to make sure the covert 19 vaccine is distributed equitably across the state. Officials with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment say a person's immigration status won't prevent them from getting access to the vaccine. Getting covert vaccines into communities of color is a top priority in Denver, moving forward these kind of vaccine clinics or something Denver leaders are trying to replicate this becomes head of where relationships and community become the most critical factor number. Councilwoman Jaime Torres represents a large Hispanic population living on the West Side of Denver. Since the beginning of covert, it's been a real frustration. Of language access data indicates Hispanic and minority vaccinations are falling behind. Only about 4% of all people vaccinated in Colorado are Hispanic. One. Roughly one in five Coloradans identify us such but that data isn't perfect 22% of vaccinations are attached to unknown ethnicities. The biggest barrier that I'm hearing from folks is really the registration, the other barriers, tourism leaders face or how people get information on signing up transferred. Nation and hesitation for how safe the vaccine is here. A West Denver Councilwoman tourist is working with a group of local lawmakers to make these drives available at different churches or service hubs, making sure that the Latino community here has access to the vaccine as Fox 30 one's Alex Rose. The search is on for suspects after an attack in Indianapolis. After that attack, it left six people dead, including a pregnant woman, right words to say. At this time. And in our community must come to terms with the largest mass casually shooting. And more than a decade. That's Indianapolis police chief Randall Taylor. One more person. A young boy was critically hurt in a shooting. Investigators believe it was targeted a targeted attack by multiple shooters. There were protests into come a Washington after a police officer apparently hit at least one pedestrian with his patrol car while trying to clear a crowd, protesters started ah fire and damaged several buildings into coma. And the ST Louis area couple accused of calling in a bomb threat to a day care just so they could get the day off, police say. Twice In one week, a bomb threat was phoned into the day care center in ST Peters, Missouri, just outside of ST Louis, leading to an evacuation of some 90 people from the facility, including several babies in near freezing weather. No bonds were found in either incident on investigation show the threats were hoaxes. They've been made by a woman and her boyfriend who admitted to the hoaxes so the woman could take the days off with pay, both of in charged with making a terrorist threat and filing a false Long report can pardon ABC News ST LOUIS Europe Today it is six or seven here on Colorado's Morning news. We will get you to some money news with patent Sports of BK. The Super Bowl is set on that Monday morning, Dr John Morrissey.

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KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"47 right now. On Colorado's morning news up to 15,000 National Guard members being deployed to the nation's capital days ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration 10,000 are expected to be deployed by Saturday, with another 5000 having been given authorization. Multiple agencies, including the Secret Service requested the guardsmen. NBC News Radio's Tom Roberts, the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, claims President Trump has to be impeached A second time. Nine days is a long time for this president to do damage. He showed that on Wednesday when we were going through what should have been And order historic but ceremonial process of counting the electors. California Democrat Adam Schiff, Democrats have introduced an article of impeachment against the president. The impeachment is on a fast track, it could happen tomorrow. California's governor doesn't really want to talk about whether President Trump should be impeached. Gavin Newsom says he's not losing sight of what's important to a state. I'm all for it, but I'm Be candid with you. I'm focused on this vaccine distribution. My focus candidly is on you and your family and your safety governor Newsome says Dodger Stadium Petco Park in Sacramento. Cal Expo gonna be used as mass vaccination distribution sites. Parlor is suing Amazon. NBC's Chris Baloney Reports cite favored lately by conservatives and even far right extremists was taken down Monday after its Web host Amazon said moderators didn't do enough to remove violent and threatening posts. The AP also accuses the e commerce giant of a double standard motivated by politics town. A monument is challenging the governor's authority to restrict businesses during the pandemic. The resolution calls the governor Pulis's actions unconstitutional and asked him to classify every local business has essential. Town officials say also that the town will not abide by any executive orders limiting attendance and free speech at public meetings. A consumer electronic show 2021 kicked off on Monday as a virtual only event. Lot of the new tech is featured, drawing inspiration from the way the pandemic has changed our daily lives that includes things like smart masks, touchless doorbells and air purifiers you can carry with you. Coming up here in Colorado's morning news. What happens next is House lawmakers seek to remove the president from office will head to D C and try to get some of those answers next on that Dr John Morrissey what he's seen on seeing delays.

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"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"dr john morrissey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"36. We've got sports would be cake coming up two of our college basketball teams having some nice victories yesterday last night, and we'll also get an update in money news with Patterson of those jobless numbers coming up for December. Right now we take a look at that Dr John Morrissey. One of the slower drives in the morning is he's bound to 70 this morning. It slow like molasses. It is a crash. He's bound to 70 approaching Vasquez. It's got you backed up solid back to high 25. That's the slow down that will cause you to be late for work. Or at least be a good excuse. Why you overslept this morning. You driving westbound? I 76 heavy from Commerce City. Exit down 2 to 70 westbound to seventies. Heavy right there. Invest guessed your drivers in pretty good shape. Although somebody's reporting an accident right there, it's Sixth Avenue and I 25 The report is its North bound to it. We'll have to see how that develops, slowdowns developed, but that Sixth Avenue I 25 drive is a busy spot in your drive, and so will be islands and Parker work continues on that water Main break from yesterday in the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center Sun's coming up That means the speeds on I 70 are slowing down. Especially eastbound. I 70 east of Idaho Springs at the Blackhawk exit at the base of Floyd Hill. Si dot has put up a safety closure again this morning for sun glare on that eastbound I 70 drive. They've got too deep. We're set up US six to us. 40 takes you the top of Floyd dealing back on the highway. This reporter sponsored by Woodley's Fine Furniture Happy New Year, joining Woodley's New Year's sale. It's the biggest of best sale of the year with 40% off retail savings, plus 24 months. Special financing,.

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