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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For highs today in the low to mid nineties, a chance for some afternoon storms Low nineties again for tomorrow. Our top story in Colorado's morning news. The city gonna be packed with sports fans again this evening with the 2021 Major League All Star Game festivities at Coors, But one concern is safety, Denver police division chief Joe Montoya. We have our finger on the pulse. We know what's going on, and we have the ability to respond. Office remind Toys says the city is safe. Parents are taking their own steps to ensure safety. This man talked with our partners at Fox 31 being extra vigilant, wanting to make sure that our Our kids are with us at all times. Police say, that's the right approach. They're also calling on people to keep an eye out around them and not to overdo it on the partying one player not attending tonight's game Rocky shortstop Trevor Stories taken a day off after being knocked out of the semi finals of last night's home run Derby, You know, take a break, Let the body heal. Give the minor break too, and just relax, get away from ball for a second spent some time with my wife and family, so I'm looking forward to it did slam of 518 Ft homer last night's contest that was the longest and home on Derby history. Slurpee. Alonso was the eventual winner, Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, announcing that the league intends to donate up $250 million to the players Alliance for Diversity programs built around participation in baseball. The funding will be provided over a 10 year period. Iraqis under Dick Monfort also spoke at the announcement. This is about getting kids. That maybe wouldn't be able to play baseball the opportunity to play baseball and that's really what we're all about. And that program along with outside fundraising, and they'll be officials say This will be the biggest financial commitment in league history towards improving black diversity on the diamond in the dugout in the front office sources say that it appears the people who were arrested at the maven Hotel Friday night. We're probably associated with the guns for drugs exchange, not terrorists. What caused police initial concern is that the hotel is just two blocks away from Coors Field. And that one of the people arrested at request little room with a balcony. Turns out that balcony was over an alley police found guns and drugs and two rooms and a ballistic vest, a large capacity magazine and a duty built inside cars associated with the suspects. Gerry Bell Koray NewsRadio. The suspects, three men and a woman are now facing guns and drug charges. The attorney for a 75 year old man allegedly assaulted by an Idaho Springs police officer demanding the release of body camera video from that incident. 75 year old Michael Clarke has been fighting for His life since May 30th that night, two officers from Idaho Springs shut up at the Bighorn apartments because the female neighbor allegedly accused Clarke of assault. Individual who falsely accused him of this assault was by the police reports She was too drunk to be interviewed on.

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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The scans did show some progression. Of cancer. Limbaugh says he feels like he's on second base instead of heading to third. We have some recent progression. It's not dramatic. But it is the wrong direction all and although Rush said when he was diagnosed in January, he didn't think he'd make it to October. No change today on the evacuation orders for the cowl would and left hand Canyon fires in Boulder County Damage assessment teams continued in the field on the cow would fire The left hand fire. We've not been able to get damage assessment teams into the field yet just due to theon going fire operations. Mike Wagner with the Boulder County Sheriff's Office says the number of structures lost to Cal would remains a 26 Our partners at Fox 31 did the math on Zillow and says that amounts to nearly $40 million in losses on the fire battle. Patrick Pearson is Operation Section chief for Cal would and the left hand Canyon Fire. With the objective of keeping the fire south of Highway seven here. And Pearson says the air attack on left hand Canyon was so aggressive pilots dropped nearly a million dollars worth of retardant on that fire. Joe Biden says climate change is contributing to the Cameron Peak and Cal Wood fires. The Democratic candidate for president released a statement about the Colorado fire, saying quote the science is clear and deadly signs like these are unmistakable. Climate change poses an imminent existential threat to our way of life. Biden goes on to say We need to act now to avoid a future defined by mounting disasters brought on by climate change the statement thanks all those working to control the fires, and Biden says he and his wife, Jill, are keeping Coloradans in their thoughts. Gerry Bell Koray News radio on Wall Street, the Dow lost 410 points today. NASDAQ Off 1 92 S and P 500 Down 56 in sports. The Broncos beat the Patriots. We just can't say it enough, but Here Come the Chiefs. We know who they are Their great great team and They score a lot of points. Their defense has gotten a lot better from early on last season, and there will be a major major challenge. Coach Fangio Broncos hosts the chief's on Sunday K Way coverage it eight kickoff to 25 Our next updated 6 30. I'm Cathy Walker on Ko in news. Radio. 8 50 am in 90 for one. If you think we're just four wheels and a grill,.

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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The presidential contenders last night, if elected, said Democrat Joe Biden on ABC. Then I go to every governor, I go to every mayor. I go to every council when I go to every local official say, Mandate the Mass on the NBC Town Hall President Trump. But just the other day, they came out with a statement that 85% of the people that were masks catches the president's mistaken about the small study from the CDC of people who said they'd worn masks. The CDC tweeted that people with Cove it were more likely to have eaten in a restaurant where they had to take off their masks to eat Chuck Fever. It's an ABC news president says If he loses the election, he will accept a peaceful trance. For power during the town hall. He once again brought up stories of ballots, having the wrong information and others being found in the trash. When moderators have added. Guthrie pointed that out that the FBI director found no evidence of widespread fraud. Resident accused him of not doing a very good job or any other town hall. Democratic nominee Joe Biden said If he loses the election, he'll think he's a lousy candidate who didn't do a good enough job. Speaking of the election and votes, ballots started being delivered to Colorado voters this week in many people have already voted. A lot of people got the voting early. We are already seeing a historical turnout. It's Colorado Secretary of State Jenna Grizzly 300,795 Colorados have cast a ballot as of yesterday, more than 100. 49,000 Democrats had voted. While close to 58,000. Republicans have cast their ballots and more than 100,000 independent voters have turned in their ballots. At this point. Early voting numbers are 24 times higher than they were 2016 Gerry Bell Koray NewsRadio governor Pulis touting the safety of Colorado's election system in the run up to the election. He spoke yesterday, calling this state and national model on howto hold secure, inefficient elections, The governor says, regardless of party affiliation, each person's ability to cast their ballot. It is a cornerstone of our Democratic Republican. As of late Wednesday, more than 300,000 Coloradans had already voted. A painting of two young 19th century skaters that was looted by Nazis in 1933, has been returned to its rightful owners. Among the more than 1000 pieces of art and artifacts sees from a prominent Jewish family in Berlin became really targets of the.

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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Be probably the most, uh, normal period that we'll see. I'm hoping and praying anyway. Federal planetary scientists say a La Nina phenomenon in the Pacific will mean a warmer than normal winter for two thirds of the US There shouldn't be much of a polar vortex winter wallop. Drought conditions are expected to worsen almost half the country is in drought, the highest level and more than seven years. You're listening to ABC News News radio time is 102. Ballot started being delivered a Colorado voters this week and many people have already voted. A lot of people got the voting early. We are already seeing a historical turnout is Colorado Secretary of State Jenna Grizzle 300,795 Colorados have cast a ballot as of yesterday, more than 149,000 Democrats had voted while close to 58,000. Republicans have cast their ballots. And more than 100,000 independent voters have turned in their balance. At this point. Early voting numbers are 24 times higher than they were. 2016 Gerry Bell Koray News radio When it comes to testing positivity for covert 19, Colorado is trying to meet CDC guidelines. We want to have our percent positivity. Over here, rolling three or seven day average, the act or below 5% at Sarah Tune Bird with a Colorado Department of public health and environment in the past week, the state has exceeded that 5% standard. The number goes up is more people are tested, but it also means the virus spread is on the rise. The best way to manage the virus where a Basque social distance wash your hands and avoid large groups of people. With the Cameron Peak fire, now the largest in state history. Smoke from the fire will continue to affect a wide area. Unfortunately, as long as the Cameron Peak fire continues to burn, we're going to have some smoke at times, ebbing and flowing in and out of the metro areas along the front range, and it will depend on the wind direction who has the thickest smoke most of the time. The thickest smoke will stay over the northern front range around Fort Collins, Loveland and the Greeley area. That's Fox 31, chief meteorologist A Fraser. Pueblo man admitting he plotted to blow up a synagogue. Federal prosecutors say Richard holes or enter the guilty plea Thursday to federal hate crime and explosive charges. The 28 year old was arrested last November after planning to set off a bomb at Temple Emanuel. Sentencing is set for January. I'm Chad Bauer on KO News radio, 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one FM. Simply getting to Game day. Positive covert tests.

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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Susan Wick in our top story, no charges filed against a driver of a jeep went through a protest tonight to 25 back in July, bringing traffic with Rick Morgan from the bedspreads Force Traffic Center. Looks like we have our daily crash on North tonight. 25. It's six. Everything's up to Santa Fe, Uh, also has some delays on westbound to 70 cross commerce. It usual spot there at Vasquez. But that's it. Rest of our driving great shapes. Faras. The highways go up the highway road work delays once again on lead. Stay liquid back. This report sponsored by the Colorado Department of Transportation 103. That's how many lives we lost A motorcycle crashes just last year. That's 103 too many. Look out for motorcycles before making a left turn. Look twice. It could save a life. I'm Rick Morgan on K away. These radio live everywhere of the I. Heart radio at Fox 31 pinpoint weather hazy, smoky skies again today, the highest going to be in the mid eighties Warmer force for tomorrow near 90 Right now we have 83 degrees, said DEA. The driver of a blue jeep that drove through a July 25th protests and I to 25 will not be facing criminal charges. District Attorney George Brauchler says. The jeep entered the highway and then a man driving a Ford F 1 50 swerved into the jeep. He says he was trying to protect protesters to the crash. Caught on video Jeep driver continued on and immediately contacted police after exiting the highway with people and a statement from a passenger in the Jeep explains why they didn't stop these protesters. I immediately started throwing projectiles of the Jeep as well as trying to get in front of the vehicle with bats. One protester fired shots at the Jeep and ended up hitting two other protesters. He's facing criminal charges. Gerry Bell Koray News radio. One Louisville, Kentucky police officer has been indicted in relation to the shooting of Briana Taylor, though no officers are charged directly with her death. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says the officers did not before entering Brianna Taylor's apartment in March. The officer statements about their announcement. Are corroborated by an independent witness, he says. Taylor was struck by six bullets fired by Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly and detective Miles cost growth who were fired upon by Taylor's boyfriend upon entry. Our investigation found that Mattingly in Cosgrove, We're justified in their use of force Officer Brett Hankerson faces three counts of first degree wanted endangerment. The attorney general says none of his bullet struck Taylor when he fired into her apartment. Right, BRO. ABC News The president says he will announce his choice to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court at three PM Mountain time Saturday. President says he will select a woman. Ginsberg is lying in repose of the Supreme Court building today and tomorrow. She will lie in state at the Capitol on Friday, and she will be buried next to her husband at Arlington National Cemetery. Gale Sayers, The man who scored 22 touchdowns in his rookie season, has died. Sailors died today at the age of 77. He wasn't died inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977. The country's top infectious disease, doctor, Anthony found. She says he is cautiously optimistic. A vaccine for covert 19 will be developed by the end of the year. The FDA commissioner is promising lawmakers his agency will not approve any vaccine that he would not feel comfortable giving his loved ones I have The complete and absolute faith in the expertise of the scientists who are terrific at FDA. If they were to make a determination and vaccine would be safe and effective. I would do that, and I would encourage my family to take the vaccine Corona virus has killed more than 200,000 Americans. The Dow industrial's right now down 509 points, the S and P 500 losing 71, the NASDAQ off to 91. Our next news update is at 1 30. I'm Susan Witkin on K O a news radio a 50 AM and 94 1 FM's Now more than ever doers. They're doing more to ensure their homes, their safe havens and communities. Air taken care off. The Home Depot is here to help you, Khun, Download a raft or go online to find the essential.

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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio thymus for O To Be careful what you wish for. We're finally seeing some rain here in the Metro area. Seed out says because of that rain. If you're traveling in the high country this weekend, expect possible closures on I 70 through Glenwood Canyon. And no reindeer Trinidad, where growing wildfire has closed to state wildlife areas. The fire is burning and remote and rugged canyons near the New Mexico border. Colorado Parks and Wildlife says the lake Dorothy in the James M. John State wildlife areas are closed indefinitely. So why is the super tanker aircraft being used on these Colorado fires? We got the answer from Congressman Jason Crow. Congressman, Crowe says. Our entire congressional delegation knows why we can't get a tanker and they aren't happy about one of the tankers sideline because it hasn't been inspected by the Forest Service. So you know we've all joined together and said, Get this inspection going. Meanwhile, Crowe says he's wondering how local fire departments will survive because of Copan. 19 tax revenues are down, and they rely on government funding for their payrolls. Crowe says. Any federal stimulus package Needs to include money for our first responders. Gerry Bell Koray NEWS radio XO Energy has sent nearly 250 employees and contractors help restore power after Hurricane Laura. 11 1st responders from South Metro fire apart, the Colorado urban search and rescue team also assisting in the area. At least 14 people are dead after Laura slammed into the Gulf The Broncos players had meetings this week to talk about the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, coach Vic Fangio says there's nothing specific the players wanted. We have your back as an organization will support him. Any way we can. But nothing truly specific that I could tell you. Rocky's fell to the Padres tend to for our next news updates of 4 30 I'm Tom Mustard on Ko eighties radio 8 50 AM and 90 for one FM, sharing.

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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And I'll certainly let you know pretty soon, but I'll be it was was not a good sight. Blake remains in the hospital. You're listening to ABC News. Waiting's radio thymus for O To Be careful what you wish for. We're finally seeing some rain here in the Metro area. Seed out says because of that rain If you're traveling in the high country this weekend, expect possible closures on I 70 through Glenwood Canyon and no Reindeer Trinidad, where growing while far Is closed to state wildlife areas. The fire is burning and remote and rugged canyons near the New Mexico border. Colorado Parks and Wildlife says the lake Dorothy in the James and John State, wildlife areas are closed indefinitely. So why is the super tanker aircraft being used on these Colorado fires? We got the answer from Congressman Jason Crow. Congressman, Crowe says. Our entire congressional delegation knows why we can't get a tanker and they aren't happy about one of the tankers sideline because it hasn't been inspected by the Forest Service. So you know we've all joined together and said, Get this inspection going. Meanwhile, Crowe says he's wondering how local fire departments will survive because of Copan. 19 tax revenues are down, and they rely on government funding for their payrolls. Crowe says. Any federal stimulus package Needs to include money for our first responders. Gerry Bell Koray NEWS radio XO Energy has sent nearly 250 employees and contractors help restore power after Hurricane Laura. 11 1st responders from South Metro fire apart, the Colorado urban search and rescue team also assisting in the area. At least 14 people are dead after Laura slammed into the Gulf The Broncos players had meetings this week to talk about the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. Wisconsin. Coach Vic Fangio says there's nothing specific that players wanted. We have their back as an organization will support him. Any way we can. But nothing truly specific that I could tell you. Rocky's fell to the Padres tend to for our next news updates of 4 30 I'm Tom Mustard on Ko eighties radio 8 50 AM and 90 for one. FM. I.

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"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"gerry bell koray" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Colorado's Morning news with April and Marty Bach's 31 pinpoint whether the heat come back comes back today. We'll hit the lower nineties mid nineties tomorrow 100 degrees possible over the weekend right now. It's 64 right now. On Colorado's morning news, just coming in to the newsroom at this hour Rising Koven, 19 cases in Denver and high are higher and then desirable positively rates and testing centers is leading to a new approach in reopening the city, Hancocks first step to address the issue, hitting the pause button on applications for variances from state health orders. I've always said that when it comes to reopening Denver was going to take a measured and responsible approach. To those efforts. So what's next? The Bear has directed city departments to prepare for strict enforcement of health orders and to set criteria if it comes down to a point where the city may have to roll back business openings, But as of now, he says, We're not there yet. Gerry Bell Koray news radio. The pandemic also has another school district, giving serious thought to pushing back the start of the academic year. DPS could delay a week toe August 24th District may also look at a phase and approach and have students code to go to school. In small groups. There's also the issue of heat. More than 50 Denver schools don't have air conditioning. Deputy superintendent for operations Mark Fernand, Fernand, Dino says they have a heat plan if it's really hot, will call either early release for heat Day or recalled the entire day off for heat. Fernandina for Andino says the district is wrestling with lots of different issues as covert 19 cases are on the rise in the city. There are also concerns today about new outbreaks in Colorado K Away News radio's Chuck Clark is live with that part of the story. April, The largest new outbreak in the state was at the point of Vista Correctional Complex for 35 prisoners and four staff members tested. Positive. But other outbreaks have happened at the Colorado Springs airport, Denver Water Department and the Colorado Academy Summer camp in Lakewood, which saw 21 cases Now, death tied to outbreaks increased by 2.3% last week to 987. That's higher than in the previous two weeks, but down from June levels Lower growth and deaths compared to cases may reflect that outbreaks..

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