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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Seven Children. The White House maintains President Biden's directive that employers Make coronavirus vaccines mandatory for businesses with 100 employees, they say will stand up to legal challenges. And, you know, a data shows the meteorological Summer, June, July and August in the U. S was the hardest on record. You're listening to ABC News News. Radio time is nine to a jury has found a former Denver Broncos guilty of attempted murder. Former defensive tackle Justin Bannon was accused of shooting a woman in the shoulder in Boulder in 2019. He shot the woman after saying the Russian mafia was after him. Bannon's defense team said Bannon's long football career and concussions caused a mental condition that lead to paranoia. He pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. Laura Hatch killing NewsRadio. If you're not vaccinated against Covid 19. The numbers are not in your favor, and Colorado state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley says the unvaccinated or filling up Colorado hospitals. Colorado's hospitals are reporting that 81% of currently hospitalized patients are unvaccinated and many of the unvaccinated do not survive. 85% of Colorado's recent deaths were among unvaccinated individuals, she says, largely pushed by the unvaccinated. Colorado's daily case. Count is now about 2100. Made of steel salvaged from the twin towers in New York. A 9 11 memorial now stands outside Firehouse. 35 a. D I A Denver deputy director of safety Mary.

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is we check in again with path high hopes for a jobs report We're going to see in less than an hour. Economists can hardly contain themselves because they expect to see Seven figure number when it comes to people going back to work. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal are forecasting that employers added one million jobs compared with a gain of 916,000 and March and project that the jobless rate ticked down to 5.8% from 6%. Even with another solid gain, the economy will still have millions of fewer jobs than it did before the pandemic. Hillary Bars Ski Box knew the head of one of the country's biggest banks has this description of President Biden's infrastructure and tax hike. Plan a little crazy Jamie Diamond, which JP Morgan Chase says corporate tax rates If they go up will hurt the economy, He says. The government needs to be more specific. Also on Hominy miles of high we're going to be built. How many bridges repaired etcetera Bitcoin, another crypto currencies are all the rage right now, but a growing number of market professionals say they're dangerous. In a new survey by the Federal Reserve about 20% of the brokerage firms and investors responding say crypto currencies are a potential threat to the existing financial system. The head of the SEC doesn't go quite that far. But in testimony to the House Financial Services Committee, SEC chairman Gary Against Lor hinted there could be a need for more regulation of crypto currencies like Bitcoin Right now, there's not a market regulator around these exchanges. And thus there's really not protection against broader manipulate. Many investors have piled into crypto currencies as their values have surged so far this year. Elizabeth holds the ABC NEWS Washington What a difference a year makes. When it comes to Mother's Day anyway, the National Retail Federation projects Americans will spend a collective $28 billion on mom this year. That's about a billion and a half dollars more than last year, when coronavirus lockdowns kept so many people at home average spending on Mother's Day gift this year. $220.48 Mother's Day is Sunday. That's right. This Sunday is in two days from now. Next money update coming up in 6 12 that watered K awaiting radio. That's right. Put it on your calendar. Folks. Don't forget Mom. 5 44 time for sports. Now, as the Rockies BK are going to see a familiar face when they get to ST Louis. They know it or not it with two birds on his jersey across the diamond takes some getting used to for Iraqis, players and fans alike. But they're faced with that reality. Tonight in ST Louis, is Iraq's open up a three game series with the Cardinals. Those 18 wins or tied for the most of the National League. Popular Charlie Blackmon played with No one for all eight seasons are not a was Iraqi and talk during spring training about what things will be like with the future Hall of Famer in another clubhouse. Anytime you take a great baseball player off of a team, you're going to lose some, whatever that production is, and him being a good player. We're gonna lose some production. Now I'm thinking, okay, well, you know, how do we move forward in the wake of his absence? And and and that's the part that doesn't scare me as much as it did initially, when it first happened. You know, when I look around, I see You know the town in the locker room? Who's going to replace him and what it means for our team like I think we I think we still have a good team. We have lots of talent. Rocks have their hands full tonight in Game one. Jack Flaherty looks to go on MLB six. You know, as a starting pitcher for the Birds Austin bomber who came over his part of the Arnada trades on the hill for Colorado. First pitch 6 15, our pre game coverage on cable news, radio and screaming free of charge and I Heart radio starts at 5 30 yesterday and Big Alan Judd Rose show New Nuggets guard Austin Rivers stopped by Fresh off a 25 performance. His best is joining the squad last month and said it's been nice playing with the Joker and being part of such a good team. You know, besides the obvious of us having you know the M V P F 14. Probably We have a great coach. We had talented players around him. You know, even though we've had losses, this'll year, huge ones. You know, we have really talented players that know how to play with each other and our teams based on a lot of ball movement and playing around the big fella and we defend. We communicate well and Everybody kind of has an idea what they're supposed to do and be and you plant the first place Jazz tonight and you talk to seven o'clock tip off the avalanche of close out their regular season playing for their final five against the King's first tour in L. A Tonight Tomorrow at Staples Center. Tonight, they'll drop the pocket eight o'clock that's sports and bring in crystal and killing his radio on the Broncos buffs and Rocky's Daily News. Pretty good time 5 46 our top story. State health officials have identified the first cases of the covered 19 variant, first identified in India. State epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says Colorado's kids are showing the highest rate case rates for covered 19, or highest rate of disease transmission is among 11 to 17 year olds. So that represents middle school and high school students in the state. That next highest rate is among those over the age of 18 with a relatively flat trend, and the doctor says those ages 11 to 17 are driving many of Colorado's ladies covert 19 cases. You see, help now, allowing walk in vaccinations that it administrative center on Pikes Peak ABS. That's for anybody. 16 years and older 16 and 17 year olds are asked to bring a parent or have a parental consent form signed the clinics held from seven a.m. 2 30 P. M. Most days the former ambassador to Mexico under President Trump, Christopher Lando says the U. S needs to look in the mirror when it comes to stopping its current surge in illegal immigration till we get serious about making it more painful for employers to hire people illegally. We're always gonna have a migration crisis at the same time, he says. We also need to make it easier for people to come here. Lee Really to work, and that includes expanding visas. A case regarding payments to women from former President Donald Trump is being tossed out. The Federal Election Commission officially dropped the investigation into whether Trump illegally made large payments to women. Head of the 2016 election. One of the payments was too adult film actress Stormy Daniels the F. He said The case was dismissed because Cohen that's his former personal attorney, Michael Cohen. Had already faced legal punishment for the matter, and further investigation was not necessary. Senator Lindsey Graham says the Republican Party cannot move forward without Donald Trump. He made those comments in an interview with Fox News. He was criticizing Republican congressman Liz Cheney, who wrote an op ed saying that they should steer away from any anti Democratic trump cult of personality. Graham disagrees, stating she's decided the Republican Party can grow with Trump. I've determined we can't grow without him. Coming up is the GOP at some sort of inflection point is list training right in saying Republicans must either choose between truth or trump. We'll talk about it next on a live interview as we go live to DC at 5 54, but first traffic every 10 minutes. John Morrissey house Friday morning drive. It looks marvelous matter of fact, if you were single, you might want thinking about marrying it..

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of covert infections. State epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says schools have become the growing site of community spread deepest increases that we're seeing right now. Among high school and middle school students were also seeing increases and Elementary school students and have seen increases and outbreaks and school settings as well. Dr Eric France is the average age of those hospitalized has gone down as well. It's the unvaccinated middle aged persons in Colorado who are suing the hospital bed. Total hospitalizations as well as the positivity rate seemed to be flattening his vaccination rates increase the state says there's now more vaccine supply than demand. Joel Hill in K Away NewsRadio President Biden First Lady Jill Biden, celebrating his 1st 100 days in office during a drive and rally and George The president again urged all Americans to get vaccinated. Now, everyone over the age of 16 is now eligible to get vaccinated right away. So please do it get vaccinated. Now, now, now now, the president noted the success of administering more than 220 million corner virus shots during its 1st 100 days. I'd also dealt with an interruption during the event, resulting in him promising to close private detention centers. The CDC predicting that over a third of the United States has had the coronavirus set one point in time, The new research released Thursday says the agency believes more than 114 million people have been infected with a little over 97 million experiencing symptoms. Those figures would be almost four times higher than the official case count. The agency's recognized US count of the respiratory illnesses over 32 million infections. I'm Brian Shock after the Grizzly Creek fire threatened the popular mountain destination outside of Glenwood Springs, Coloradans will be able to hike the hanging Lake trail again. Starting May 1st, and that is good news. If you like to explore and you've never been. This is one of the best places.

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Marty Lens along with April despot, Fox 31 pinpoint whether 41 right now but wet outside And some, you know, at least kind of spring driving conditions were used to this time of year. Yeah, that wintry mix were talking about his reign has turned to snow in spots. See, that's Tamar Allison joined us earlier and has some advice. If you're just getting out there this morning. Give yourself a little more time, Tonto. Get to work. Give your give yourself a little more commute time this morning. Do there could be some potentially slick conditions out there, Rawlinson says. Despite it looking like rain on the roads, conditions could be deceptive. See that has some crews out this morning. Some plows in places travel conditions, of course, more dicey in the mountains as result of the weather. The Boulder Valley School district has some of its mountain schools closed for the day. President Biden going to be on Capitol Hill, spotlighting tonight for his first address to the joint session of Congress. He's gonna be touting his 1st 100 days in office, as well as plans for moving forward, ABC chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl with a preview. He's looking forward to his infrastructure bill. You know the so called American Jobs Act, which is over $2 trillion and beyond that, coming right off the heels of that he's hoping to do the American Families Act, which is even more expensive than his infrastructure bill. So, so he's Looking forward to a really substantial expansion of the role of the government Inn in American life, and by the way part of that's gonna be some pretty sweeping tax increases on the upper income, wealthier people in this country to pay for it all we're going to carry, of course, the speech live tonight as funny accent but with the Rockies playing on K away, you can hear it on freedom. 93 7. Now there will be no designated survivor for Biden's address. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says most of Biden's Cabinet won't be there in person because of the pandemic. Normally, the commander in chief picks a high ranking official to miss the address in case of an incident that, you know, injures the president or kills the president and other Cabinet members here. President Biden's address to a joint session of Congress tonight at seven o'clock on freedom 93 7. There would be virtual guests for President Biden's address, congressman. No Goose invited Susanna Crawford, the CEO of this Mr Carman Community Center on over 420% increase and rent assistance requests over the last year, Nagu says The center also helps provide food to the needy and uses cares act money to support the community of Lafayette. There's a concern about covered 19 cases in the state rising among the young population. Kaylie NewsRadio struck. Clark has more on this Marty Dr Rachel Hurley he had State Health Department says the most recent spikes are among kids ages. 11 to 17. We're really seeing our most rapid Increased right now in the state among middle school and high school students. Their rate is much higher than what we're seeing on average for adults in the stage. Officials believe school Associated outbreaks are a factor but also vaccinated parents resuming social activities with their unvaccinated kids could cause give be one of the causes. Down on the springs of high school into middle schools are pausing in person learning this week because of the surgeon cases. We are currently talking shots with the Clark Twins, Highlands Ranch and Parker having a vaccine clinic for teenagers today and tomorrow. Chuck Clark, a away news radio. State officials also making a push to get more shots in the arms of Colorado's. In fact, you no longer need an appointment at any of Colorado's mass vaccination sites. Governor chair policies you can just show up. These walk in or driving as the case may be driving without employment experience is really a game changer in the race to vaccinate Colorado's because there are many Colorado who don't feel like they want to load up a Web page or sign up somewhere, the governor says there are thousands of vaccine openings across the state right now. Very good. Denver health officials are also looking to make in home covert 19 vaccinations a reality. This is a historic moment for 55 year old Anna Rivera were receiving her first dose of the maternal vaccine inside her Denver home I've had once it burn more Rivera is homebound and has been unable to get to a vaccine clinic. You have trouble with walking and stuff. So it's hard to get in and out of vans or cars and stuff. So it was nice that they could come here and do it for me. Today, paramedics from AM are delivering one straight to her door. Part of a program being pushed by the city of Denver. It's very easy.

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With anxiety before live shows. I genuinely feel notions on the David Show. I wake up. I feel who but Lord, When you have what it takes, you could be a voice thing or it could be all kinds of questions. Come into your head. The monkey gets on your back, and then the closer you get to the show, and he tried to get the monkey off your back. And if it goes well You know you take the monkey on stage with you on both. Have fun. Keep listening. Toe I heart radio for more of your favorite artists. Way away news radio time. 5 30, our top story state epidemiologist, Dr Rachel Hurley, he says Colorado has seen three cases of a new covert 19 variant. We do know that has caused some concerning outbreaks in California. And so while we're continuing to study it across the U. S and the globe, we are tracking it specifically here in Colorado. That new variant is the al 452 are variants. There are 13 additional cases of the B 117 variant so far in Colorado, three weeks after being diagnosed with lung cancer actor Dustin Diamond has died last month. We got word that Dustin Diamond, best known for playing screech on saved by the Bell was really sick and admitted to the hospital in Florida. What exactly was wrong? Wasn't cleared first. Then we found out it was lung cancer. Three weeks later, the 44 year old actor and reality stars died, his rep saying. The only positive thing about the pace is that it happened so quickly. Diamond didn't suffer. That's a B C's Jason Nathan's son. Well, an afternoon nap may help you think more. Clearly, researchers analyzed more than 2000 Chinese adults over age 60 and found that those who took afternoon naps..

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"38 degrees a DEA, the state Department of Health and Environment, says Colorado's covert case, Hospitalizations are on the way down. Once again, you can see that from our peak in late November early December, we really had a steady decline in hospitalizations in the state, and that trend has continued in the last couple of weeks. Just 7% of Colorado hospital beds are currently occupied by covert 19 patients. State epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says. We have seen covert 19 variants here. These 16 cases have occurred primarily in the Metro Denver area with a small number in the Western slope. Three of the cases are of a very if it's mostly been seen in California, and it's not yet being tracked by the CDC. CDC rule that goes beyond the president's executive order requiring face masks during interstate travel and on federal properties now requires all Americans to wear face masks on all public transportation. Explains. Busses, trains, subways, fairies and ride share vehicles. Almost 80 million people are under winter storm warnings across the country watches or ADVISORIES. Monster snowstorm is slamming the East Coast. At least 1600 flights have been canceled today in clave, including many into and out of DEA. If you rent a storage unit, the aware that there's been a serious of storage unit thefts in Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office says there's been an 80% increase in storage, You know burglaries from 2019 to 2020. Department says residents need to take extra precautions to protect themselves. Rockies All Star third baseman is heading to ST Louis, and many Rockies fans are not happy about it. On Lewis and Logan this morning, Rockies inside or Tracy wrinkles be said he understands the anger over sending the rocky start to the Cardinals. He also says it's important to realize that no one wanted out of Colorado baseball standpoint, I don't think it really makes a lot of sense. But I think there were there were the other issues there. Rockies also paid the Cardinals $50 million in exchange for several mid tier prospects. You can hear more from wrinkles beyond his website inside the seams. Dow industrials Up 322 points Right now, the S and P 500 has gained 68. The NASDAQ is up. 348 points. Our next news updates at 1 30. I'm Susan Witkin on Kaylie News Radio. 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 F..

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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03:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"K. a. dot com. Well colorado is making progress against covid nineteen. But we can pretty much expect mass and social distancing. Don't stand so close to me into summer. This according to a recent statements made by the appropriate officials as according to a piece in the denver post by mega wind girders showed up yesterday colorado again making progress beating back covid nineteen but will all likely need to keep a wearing masks but do we need to layer them as a Anthony fauci suggests and will need to practice social distancing well into the summer now this is according to a member of the states a covid nineteen modeling team. All the news is good as january comes to a close though virus related hospitalizations aren't dropping quite as quickly as they were weeks ago. This according to beth. Carlton who is an associate professor of environmental and occupational health at the colorado school of public health. The percentage of covid nineteen tests coming back. Positive fell below that five percent mark last week. Indicating that there probably weren't large numbers of undetected cases though it popped above that threshold again on sunday. Carleton went on to say. Colorado is a good place in a good place compared to our neighbors colorado department of public health and environment reported seven hundred and six people were hospitalized across the state with confirmed or suspected. Covid nineteen This as of monday afternoon. That's about a third of the number of people receiving hospital care for the virus at the worst point in early november cases a were also down from the covid nineteen peak in the state by about two thirds. Now while it's welcome news that cases and hospitalizations are on the decline state epidemiologist. Dr rachel hurley. Said it's important to continue practicing those precautions that we know so well at least over the next few months as the vaccination push continues again hospitalizations below their levels at the spring peak. But still about three times what they were during the low point in summer now. Apparently colorado is also dealing with a few So-called competing forces vaccine will gradually reduce the number of people susceptible could to covid nineteen But the state like many other states also facing a challenge from a new more contagious variant of the virus. Now if i'm not mistaken Pfizer on tech coming out and saying that they're vaccine. They have every reason to believe will be effective against those rogue strains of covid nineteen fifty seven. Now thirteen ten. Kfi gay party. Northern colorado's force thirteen ten kfi k. The block party wednesdays from four to ten pm. Local programming continues right after mornings with gala. Not now the power trip.

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It is deceivingly cold, even though the sun is out right now about 12 degrees, But highs today will be right around 40 to our top story on Colorado's Morning news more than 4000 Mork over 19 deaths across this country. That's a big spike in the nation's death toll As Colorado's numbers are actually on decline. We can thank Coloradans for following all the health protocols if we're able to maintain our current level of transmission control, so social distancing mask wearing The next few months, at least through June 1st. That's really our best way to limit the impact of covert 19 in the state state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says. If we double down on what we've been doing and continue to vaccinate, we could see the end of the pandemic, she says. By this summer Warning to uber and lift riders. You're going to need more than just the APP to catch a ride these days. K away News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with the story April unofficial over, statement says, when we say no Mass, no ride, we mean it and came to a hilltop in Breckenridge this week. Monday night, driver Michael Vanished, picked up a couple. He told him they need to put their masks on. Well when they refused, he said, Essentially, I'm gonna turn this car around. Well, the guy leaned up from the back seat and kind of wack McManus on the shoulder and it was all captured on his dash can look back and his wife girlfriend, whoever she was was trying to hold him back last night would be quite different. I believe she would have been in the car Mass told her partners of Fox 31 that he eventually returned the passengers to their original pickup location. It's not Mike's rules. It's uber's You have to wear a mask during the entire ride, Chuck Clark Day away, NewsRadio. Thanks Check the T s a caught 104 people with guns in their carry on bags. A DEA last year, the T S a says the ratio of people who packed Or heating carry ons. The DEA was just under 10 per million. That was up from six per million to 2019. The increased took place even as the T S a says it's screened 45% fewer travelers in 2020, and it did the year before. Firearms can be transported on commercial aircraft, but only if they're unloaded, packed to the hard sided case and placed in checked baggage. Cherry Bell, Kaylie NewsRadio Adams County investigators looking for two people suspected of shooting two others at a dollar General store. It fits. The third and shared in this happened yesterday morning. Police say two people walked into the store, one of them a woman made a purchase. The other man turned and shot two customers multiple times as they left the store. The suspects left the scene in a black BMW Crimestoppers offering a reward of $2000 for any information. Three people wanted for a variety of crimes over several jurisdictions around the metro area. They were arrested last night in Castle Rock law enforcement from Denver. Lakewood, Castle Rock, Commerce City and Douglas County. All converged on founder's Parkway over Interstate 25 last night to make the arrests. Is temporarily closed the ramp Denver police say the Safe streets task force, which is led by the FBI's involved in the case, all roads in the area have reopened. Joel Hillen K away news radio. Teachers in Chicago are still on strike and in New York City. The union isn't even sure they'll be safe. Come September stand for medicines, Doctor Ryan Riviera says in person learning seems to be low risk when done properly, But there are things to think about. There are some important caveats. Endorse sports, Certain extracurricular activities probably can't be performed safely. And most importantly, it really only holds. If schools they're taking substantial precautions. That means masking social distance seen small groups. A study looked at 17 schools in Wisconsin, where of the 191 Corona virus cases discovered, seven were traced back to in school Spread Heavy rains pounding parts of California today as an atmospheric river is making its way through the San Francisco Bay area. A B C's will car isn't Santa Cruz, where they're worried about mudslides and burn zone stripped bare by last year's wildfires. We are being told to get out now. This morning after we had a historic fire season last year here in California, people have been hoping for rain. But it's really a bit of a double edged sword were expected to get up to 10 inches of rain and the coming hours and that's gonna make all of this mud so slick that has the threat of coming down these hillsides with mudslides that could destroy some of these nearby communities. Now that why that system is causing peril in California, could bring some much need to snow to Colorado's mountains this weekend. Climate's going to be the focus for President Biden. Today he's getting ready to take some or executive action. The actions were designed the win the nation from fossil fuels, reduce carbon emissions and clean up communities. Blood by pollution. President Biden expected to impose a moratorium on all new federal oil and gas leasing, which oil industry groups are slamming his job killing. The person expected a pledge to protect 30% of public lands and waters by the end of the decade. Federal agencies will also be directed to factor climate change and regulations and legal second settlements. Climate envoy John Kerry has said the administration will treat the crisis as the emergency that it Isse that is Fox is Rachel Sutherland reporting, pointing out that many are worried The executive orders will cost the country jobs at a time when it can least afford it. The crew members of the first ever privately funded space mission have been announced. The crew will include a former Astronaut, former Israeli fighter pilot Ah, Canadian philanthropist and the second oldest person ever fly into space Axiom Mission one Commander Michael Lopez. L agree to back in the 19 twenties and thirties on Lee. Very, very wealthy people could fly Now, people get on an airplane to go to birthday party That's gonna happen in commercial human spaceflight. You're gonna go to a birthday party on Mars. Nice. The foreman will fly the DSS next year under a commercial agreement with NASA. It'll cost him a pretty penny 55 million bucks apiece got that laying around. There's someone out there with a Colorado lottery ticket worth $150,000, but it expires at five tonight. Lottery director Tom Seaver joined us earlier on Colorado's Morning news, and he explains what happens if the tickets not redeemed. It goes back into the bank account. And for us the bank account is our beneficiary. So We really hope they claim it. We are doing everything we can to try to raise awareness for that winner to try to get him to come forward at winning ticket was sold at the King's supers on Main Street in Windsor Back on August 1st. Where was I? August? It were you in Windsor? I don't think so. Cars for kids brings us that look at news Europe today. Today 37 with money, news and sports around the corner. First we check your commute.

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"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr rachel hurley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A warmer day today on tap sunny skies. We anticipate a high around 42 right now. Chili. Eight degrees Did you hear Friday's tempo 60? How about that? Our top story on Colorado's Morning news on a somber note more than 4000 Mork over deaths in one day, a big spike in the nation's death toll as Colorado's numbers actually decline. We can thank Coloradans for following the protocols if we're able to maintain our current level of transmission control, so social distancing mask wearing The next few months, at least through June 1st. That's really our best way to limit the impact of covert 19 in the state state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says. If we double down on what we've been doing and continue to vaccinate, we could see the end of the pandemic by the summer. A warning to uber and lift riders. You'll need more than the APP to catch a ride these days. K Away News Radio's Chuck Clark with that story on official company statement. April doesn't sugarcoat it when we say no mask, no ride, we mean it. It came to a held up in Breckenridge on Monday night. Driver Mike McMahon has picked up a couple told him they need to put their masks on. When they refused, he told him Well, he's turning the car around. At that point, the guy leaned up from the back seat and kind of wack McManus on the shoulder, and it was all captured on his dash Cam. I looked back and his wife, girlfriend, Whoever she was was trying to hold him back last night would be quite different. I believe she would have been in the car man has told our partners Fox 31 that he eventually returned the passengers to their original pickup location. It's not Mike's rule. It's the company's rule. You have to wear a mask the entire ride Chuck Clark a await his radio. Thank you, Chuck. The T S A says it caught 104 people with guns in their carry on bags at D I h. Last year, the T S a says the ratio of people who packed their heating carry ons. The DEA was just under 10 per million. That was up from six per million to 2019. The increased took place even as the T S A says it's screen 45% fewer travelers in 2020 than it did the year before firearms can be transported on commercial aircraft. But on Lee if they're unloaded, packed to the hard sided case and placed and checked bank itch, Suri Bell Kaylie News Radio Adams County investigators are looking for two people suspected of shooting. Two others had a dollar general store in the 53rd block it off their 53rd and shared and yesterday morning, police say people walked into the store. One of them a woman made a purchase. The other man turned and shot two customers multiple times as they left. Suspects left the scene in a black BMW Crimestoppers is offering award of $2000 for information. Three people wanted for a variety of crimes over several jurisdictions around the metro area. They were arrested last night in Castle Rock law enforcement from Denver. Lakewood, Castle Rock, Commerce City and Douglas County. All converged on founder's Parkway over Interstate 25 last night to make the arrests. Is temporarily closed the ramp Denver police say the Safe streets task force, which is led by the FBI's involved in the case, all roads in the area have reopened. Joel Hillen K away news radio. Thanks, Joel. In other news this morning, teachers in Chicago are still on strike and in New York City. The union isn't even sure they'll be safe comes upset September stand for medicines, Doctor Ryan Riviera says in person learning seems to be low risk when done properly, But there are things to consider. There are some important caveats. Endorse sports, certain extracurricular activities probably can't be performed safely. And most importantly, it really only holds. If schools they're taking substantial precautions. That means masking social distance seen small groups. There's a study that looked at 17 schools in Wisconsin, where of the 191 Corona virus cases found, seven were traced back to in school spread. Climate going to be the focus for President Biden today as he gets ready to take more executive action. The actions were designed to win the nation from fossil fuels, reduce carbon emissions and clean up communities. Blinded by pollution. President Biden expected to impose a moratorium on all new federal oil and gas leasing, which oil industry groups air, slamming his job killing. The president expected a pledge to protect 30% of public lands and waters by the end of the decade. Federal agencies will also be directed to factor climate change and the regulations and legal cycled settlements. Climate envoy John Kerry has said the administration will treat the crisis as the emergency that it is that this box is Rachel Sutherland. She points on. Many are worried the executive order will cost the country jobs at a time when it can least afford it. Pepsi is teaming up with beyond me to create plant based drinks and snacks. We get the details from Mark Mayfield. Joining forces means beyond convinced it from Pepsi's marketing expertise, and Pepsi can get its foot in the door of plant least foods while also working on its sustainability goals. Together, they form the planet partnership. However, they haven't revealed the products that they hope to serve together, saying the menu is still in development. I Mark Mayfield when I'm right, you're beyond me. I start laughing the name of beyond taste. Plant based Coca Cola. No Pepsi guess 6 37 in Colorado's Morning news, Let's head back outside and give him some time this morning. He needs it. John Morsi. That drive is a bear. It really is. It is awful this morning. We're dealing with not only leftovers from yesterday Storm but now freezing.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"For an experimental therapeutic against Cove in 19 that could be used not only to treat infection but to prevent it. Regeneron says. It's anybody Cocktail, which was given a former president Trump when he contracted covert. 19 has shown positive signs in a phase three clinical trial as a passive cove in 19 vaccine. The company says the cocktail showed 100% prevention of symptomatic infection and about 50% lower overall rates of infection. The company says the cocktail could provide immediate short term immunity for high risk populations, in contrast to typical vaccines that can take time for the body to create its own immune response. Marco Malard, ABC news state epidemiologist, Dr Rachel Hurley, he says the good news is covert cases. Hospitalizations and deaths have been trending downward in Colorado the past few weeks. But she says it will be many months before we see a significant impact from the vaccine, so it's important to keep wearing masks and practice social distancing. And no players received enough votes to be selected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. This year. However, last year's class including Larry Walker will be inducted this summer after last year's ceremony was wiped out due to the pandemic. Our next update at seven o'clock I'm Chad Bauer on K Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FF Now check on traffic with Darren Copeland. From the bed Friend. Sports Traffic Center is still a difficult drive. As everywhere you go is gonna be very slick, snowy, icy. My rule of thumb or everyone's here in the bed Friends course Traffic center is give yourself a little extra space and understand that you're just not going to break his quickly as you normally would. Or biggest problem's gonna be South bound. I 25 on that ramp to North bound to 25. That's looking particularly treacherous right now, as you head up towards the elevator portion will see some delays trying to get an accident out of the way. South Down by 25. A castle rock should be just about gone. A stall in the center lane South bound by 25 after 120th also should be gone old accident at the C 4 70 at right around 10 Carol is causing some problems of people keep seeing cars on the side of the road. So.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Is Dolly Parton is America. Well. Answers coming soon. On Dolly Parton's America. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. Hey away news Radio time is 3 33 our top story The new Senate is moving forward tenuously with a new power sharing agreements. This victory will let us move forward with a 50 50 power sharing agreement. Containing all the elements of the 2001 model because it will sit on the very same foundation Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell agreeing to move forward since two Democrats announced they want to keep a longstanding filibuster rules. The bottom line is Democrats control the Senate with a 50 50 majority because Democratic vice president Kamila Harris will have a tiebreaking vote when necessary. State epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says the good news is covert 19 cases. Hospitalizations and deaths have been trending downward in Colorado over the past few weeks, but she says it will be many months before we see a significant impact from the vaccine, and it's important to keep wearing masks and practice social distancing. They came to firearms detected by T SA officers at airport security checkpoints and 2020. The rate was significantly higher than the previous year. He s a cot, approximately 10 firearms per million passengers screen compared to five firearms per million passengers screen in 2019, the ranked fifth among US airports. With 104. Firearms detected at checkpoints. Atlanta was number one with 220. Our next update at four o'clock I'm Chad Bauer on K Away news, radio 8:50 a.m. and 94 1 ff. Now check on traffic with John Morrissey. This light snow we're getting this afternoon is really, really hurting your drive. Your drive is terrible, all over town..

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"On Monday. The state expanding the list of who can get the shot next, including daycare employees, firefighters and police officers and people over the age of 75. California reported another day with more than 50,000 new cases on Saturday. You're listening to ABC News. Hey, away news, Radio times, 102. I'm Brenda Stewart. The roads will remain. I see today, but at least the snow's stopped. We dry it out. We see sunshine return, although we could see some morning fog with African high temperatures in the upper thirties, That's 31 meteorologist Jessica Labelle says. We'll be back into the forties. Tomorrow. We're seeing a sharp rise in the number of people testing positive for Cove in Colorado reported more than 2500 new cases Saturday. 886 people are in the hospital, but state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says that could be Because of stepped up testing. We are rapidly expanding our surveillance in the state for not just to be 117 variant, but all variants, So our lab is now receiving specimens from a network of hospitals across the state. The seven day positivity rate in Colorado remains that 8% another 300,000 Americans tested positive for the virus yesterday. That's the most ever within 24 hours. Denver restaurants and bars grateful to be open again in time for the NFL playoffs. Tennis socks. We lost all the holiday money. That's our biggest season. January is our slowest months normally, but it's something you know better than being closed dumps, taverns, general manager Amy Burgess tells Fox 31. They're only allowing 23 customers then at a time, so it's first come, first served. The dreaming.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"It's been one of the worst public health catastrophes of you know of our generation. That's Dr Sam Tour body of Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles. You're listening to ABC News. Hey away news. Radio time is 10 02. I'm Brenda Stewart Governor Pulis promising the majority of people 70 and older will get the covert 19 vaccine by the end of February. The feds have promised Colorado 70,000 doses of the vaccine every week. But he admits we could see disruptions in the supply we have had under delivery, particularly on the visor vaccine in the last few weeks. Still, the governor says he's committed to having 70% of people 70 and older vaccinated by the end of next month. He's confident both Johnson and Johnson and asked Zeneca will get approval of the vaccine shortly, adding to the number of doses Colorado receives. We're seeing a sharp rise in the number of people testing positive for covert, but state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says. That could be because of the stepped up testing. We are rapidly expanding our surveillance in the state for not just to be 117 variant, but all variants. So our lab is receiving specimens from a network of hospitals across the state. Another 300 1000 Americans tested positive for the virus yesterday. That's the most ever within 24 hours. The Corona virus pandemic is taking its toll on Colorado's public land. Outdoor recreation has increased significantly and land managers they thousands of hikers in the San Juan Mountains are decimating sensitive Alpine tundra. Rangers say dogs are running off leash in the White River National forest, and owners aren't picking up their waste. The destruction could lead the state to requiring reservations at popular outdoor destinations. If you're suffering from cabin fever, several movie theaters in Colorado have reopened for the weekend. AMC Harkins and Sina markers still requiring masks and social distancing and Mostert 40% capacity or less employees are required to disinfect the seats after each movie. Our next update a 10 30. I'm Brenda Stewart. I'm Keohane, NewsRadio, Wait, 50 A M and 94 1 FM. From the Bedford Sports Traffic.

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03:59 min | 2 years ago

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"News. I'm Brian Clark. The pressure continues to mount on President Trump is wrong, most incompetent. Presidents in the history of the United States of America, President elect Joe Biden said Friday. The quickest way to get him out of office is for the Biden Harris administration be sworn in on January 20th. But Democrats in Washington want the president out sooner following Wednesday's violence of the capital. That's Democrats issuing a single article of impeachment against President Trump, charging him with willfully inciting violence against the government of the U. S. With his comments at a rally near the White House, the impeachment article says the president encouraged his Supporters lawless action at the Capitol. Nearly 75% of the House Democrats have already signed onto the bill and the field. ABC NEWS Washington That article's not officially been filed. Democrats indicate they could move forward, though, if the president does not immediately resign. Meanwhile, Twitter is permanently banned President Trump's accounts, citing the risk of further incitement of violence. Law enforcement is searching for the people who stormed the capital. Many of them posted photos to Social media. Richard Barnett was seen sitting at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office desk. He surrendered to authorities in Arkansas Friday. So Diane Upchurch, head of the FBI's Little Rock office, the one thing that Mr Burnett has done run right so far. It's the peacefully turned himself into law enforcement. Meanwhile, coronavirus continues to ravage the nation, especially in Southern California. In the past, 24 hours have a county telling 318, Maura Dad and 18,000 New Covic cases statewide. California reporting 493 more dead in the past day. After 583 were reported on Thursday. I see you. Availability in Southern California remains it 0% and more storage containers are being brought in to help the L. A County coroner. Hold bodies. Alex Stone, ABC NEWS LOS Angeles You're listening to ABC News Waiting for New York Times 102. Now, the two more cases of the highly contagious variant of Corbett have been detected in Colorado State says at this point, the very it doesn't have health officials alarmed. We believe that we're not seeing widespread transmission of the very in right now in Colorado, that state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley State continues to monitor for more variant cases. While more contagious, the very it doesn't make people more sick than the dominant strain of the virus and vaccines or effective against it. Governor Polo says People 70 and older are ready are already getting the cove in 19 vaccine in Colorado. We are rapidly inoculating people 17 up every day. But we are on Lee receiving at this point 70,000 vaccines a week from the federal government. That means some seniors will have to wait. When we extrapolate those numbers. It means everybody 17 up. Who wants it should be able to get it by the end of February. But it means that you might not get that appointment for this week or even next week. The goal is to have 70% of people 70 yen up vaccinated with the first dose by the end of February. Meanwhile, many hospitals were reaching out to seniors who were in their databases to schedule vaccinations. Denver Police have made an arrest in a murder case where human remains were found inside two suitcases. They were found on the 1700 block of south of job away on December. 29th. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of 28 year old Benjamin. David Satter, wait. He and the male victim were known to each other and no other details have been released and the Nuggets fell. 1 24, 1 17 and overtime at home to the Mavericks on Thursday. Nuggets guard Jamal Murray says they did not react well to what the Mavs were doing. And Denver will take on Philadelphia later today. Our next news update. 1 30 I'm Jodi Jordan on K O a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the BET, Fred Sports Traffic.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"To introduce a single article of impeachment Monday it's titled Incitement of Insurrection, charging President Trump willfully incited violence against the government of the United States. White House statement says impeachment of the president would only further divide the country. Congressman can box says Democrats are off target in seeking impeachment proceedings Bucks says Impeachment is a grave remedy that should not be undertaken as a rushed political stunt box says while the president has exhibited poor behavior and impeachment now would be a disgrace to the constitution. And the American people. When asked about impeachment, President elect Joe Biden says it's up to Congress. I thought for a long, long time. President Trump wasn't fit to hold the job. A new 7 ft tall fences now up around the capital after this week's riots, it's designed to be impossible to climb and we'll stay up past President Elect Biden's inauguration. This is similar to the large fence that was installed during black lives matter Protests over the summer. State epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley. He says Colorado is seeing a slight uptick in covert numbers. There are some early signs that we are seeing a small increase so far following Christmas. It is still too soon for us to see any potential impact of New Year's Eve one in 105, Colorado, is now believed to be contagious with the virus. The world of baseball Morning. Ah, legend Tommy Lasorda, the Hall of Famer who managed the Dodgers for 21 years, has died at 93 years old Tommy Lasorda in L. A legend passing away just days after being released from the hospital. He had been hospitalized for weeks here in Southern California at the time he was in the ICU. When he got out. He was said to be resting comfortably at home, the Dodgers say. Last night he suffered cardiac A Rass, Alex Stone, ABC NEWS, Los Angeles If you want Both you have almost a billion box. Tomorrow night's Powerball jackpot up to 470 Million. Tonight's Mega Millions. Jackpot. Ah, cool 520 million on Wall Street. The Dow is up 57 NASDAQ Rose 1 35 S and P 500 up. 21. Our next news update of 4 30. I'm start your new year's smooth.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Our top story now that two more cases of the highly contagious variant of covered 19 have been found in Colorado, the state says. At this point, the variant doesn't have health officials alarmed. We believe that we're not seeing widespread transmission of the very in right now in Colorado state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley. He says. One in 105 Coloradans is contagious. Of covert 19, the president tweeting today he will not be attending the January 20th inauguration of Joe Biden. Biden says. That's a good thing. I was told that on the way up here, way over here. But he indicated he wasn't going to show up at the at the inauguration. With a few things he and I've ever agreed on the president elect, says Vice President Pence's welcome to comment he'd be honored to have him there. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel will be getting another two year term. She was unanimously reelected during RNC meetings in Florida. Former L. A Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda died last night of heart failure. He was 93 years old. He spent 20 years with the Dodgers had guided them to two world serious titles. Our next news updates at three o'clock, I'm Susan with Yoon on Ko e news radio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. There's a check on traffic with Rick Morgan. In the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center Big delays across downtown both directions all due to what North bound crash involving four vehicles blocked. The left lane at Colfax North found backed up into the bridge is right now in south bound backing up since it is the left lane crash and South Downs backed up to I 70 rest of the highway drive. Really? No surprise is going to be slower. You'd expected westbound to seven across Commerce City westbound I.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Unbound dot orig Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice. Continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table. You can help change their future in a single moment. See how far your support can go at unbound dot orig. Way news radio time is 12 33. Our top story Corona virus continues to spread rapidly throughout the state because of the Christmas holiday. We continue to see a high level of disease prevalence in the state. So at this time we estimate that one in 105 Coloradans are actively contagious with covert 19 Colorado's Dr Rachel Hurley, he says. Next week, we will start seeing data from the New Year's holiday. We do have snow coming to the metro area tomorrow, Snowfall totals looked arranged for him. Between one has been he's four inches in Denver, with higher totals on the east facing slopes of the divide, and also down through the Palmer Divide from Castle Rock. Tim anywhere between three and six inches is so painful after Sunday, Fox 31 meteorologist Brooks Gardeners expects a warming trend throughout most of next week. Missouri Senator Josh Holly, now suing the publishing company that is backing out of a contract to print his book, The publisher announcing yesterday it would not publish the book because of Holly's role in Wednesday's riot, the capital. Senator was photographed appearing the egg on the protesters before they stormed the building. Our next news updates at one o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on K Away news radio. A 50 A M and 94 1 FM checking traffic Now years with Morgan. In the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center Big.