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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:45 min | 8 months ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Warrant for suspected child pornography. A true protector of those she loved and cared for. She tackled everything at full speed, never slowing down even as she was crossing the finish line friend Brenda Chavez, describing her as determined thing she always gave 110% Schwarzenberger spent much of her career. Fighting crimes against Children Line up Boys. ABC NEWS Miami Winters hitting Colorado's northern mountains, including Grand Jackson and Route counties, higher elevations above 9000 ft. For snow and wind and then once again what snowing wind and snow on the ground. You have blowing snow concerns. And then Doreen Zoe's with the National Weather Service and Colorado's covert dial is changing. And for the first time, it will reflect vaccinations. The changes to the dial allow counties to move more quickly between levels. Governor Pola says These changes are possible because Cove in numbers in Colorado are going down and because people are getting vaccines, while this update of the dial is a major update It is also the first update that ties in the dial to vaccines successfully distributed. The changes will move counties in Metro Denver and much of Colorado from level orange to level yellow. That means restaurants and some other businesses can increase capacity to 50% or 150. People. Laura HANDS Kay away news radio Our next update said to 30. I'm Jodi Jordan Kayleigh in his radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 effort from the Bet. Fred Sports Traffic Center. Looks like all of your earlier crashes cleared up so roads across the Metro in delightful, straight writes down 25 wonderful in wide open from Fort Collins.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Padilla, with the small Business Administration says there are a lot of businesses and employees suffering in Colorado due to covert 1999.5% of all private business of Colorado is considered small and pre pandemic times would employed over a million people. The loans are meant to be used for job retention and other expenses. Last year, P p p loans amounted to more than $10 billion for Colorado businesses. Governor Pola says Colorado has made progress battling climate change, but he wants to do a lot more. Today, he announced the greenhouse gas reduction Road map. This is by far the most ambitious and expansive planning document that Colorado has ever produced on climate change. The road map calls for the swift transition from coal to renewable energy. Well, this also once deep reductions and methane emissions from the oil and gas industry. The road map also calls for promoting the use of zero emission vehicles and reducing emissions from buildings. Jefferson County Public Health says nearly 19,000 of its residents have been vaccinated. 3800 of those have received both doses of covert 19 vaccine. Those numbers mean about half of the Jeff Go residents and Phase one A and one B have been vaccinated. Parlor will likely remain off line after a judge said she's not interested in moving quickly. In its case against Amazon Web services. The giant tech company claimed it shut down parlor server because it broke its policies on violent threats. The two sides were before a U. S. District court judge in Seattle to argue their case Parlor is suing Amazon for a breach of its contracts. I'm Chad Bauer on K O a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. They started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it. Your life is over. I didn't even realize that I need to help until, like the day that.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away News. Radio Time is 12 02. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has named two members of Colorado's congressional delegation to be impeachment managers in the potential Senate impeachment trial of President Trump. Jonah Goose and Diana to get are among the nine members of the House named as impeachment managers. The House set to vote later today on impeaching President Trump for the second time in a statement, no Goose said the president has betrayed his oath of office is no longer fit to serve and his removal is of the highest urgency. The Goose says impeachment is a solemn duty and when he doesn't take lightly to get, says Trump should be removed from office immediately, and she looks forward to doing her part to ensure that happens as soon as possible. The FBI warning states that a capital buildings could see armed protests in the coming days before and up to inauguration day. Governor Pola says Colorado will be prepared. I have been briefed by State Patrol. We're prepared to address any threats were monitoring the security situation working with our federal partners as well, but the governor is not providing any details about the plan to deal with possibly violent protesters. Lakewood Police shot and killed an armed suspect around noon On Tuesday, police were called about a man trying to break into cars at prestige imports on west Colfax. Then they got a call of a robbery in progress. The Safeway store across the street. Later agent spotted a man fitting the description of the suspect as they attempted to contact him in the driveway of a nearby home. He turned and pointed a gun at police. They fired their weapons, and the suspect died at.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"But now that fred sports dot com must be 21 gambling Problem 805 to 2 47 100 Iraq Morgan On K Away News Radio live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at 6 31 Pinpoint weather sunny and mid fifties for us for today, windy 60 degrees tomorrow. Right now we have 54 degrees. The DEA governor Pola says it will be a while before Colorado implements new CDC guidance to provide covered 19 vaccines to people age 65 up, You will be updating that will announce the date the people 65 up will be eligible. I expect that gate will be in a couple weeks. In the meantime, we want to focus on 70 enough, he says. People 70 and up are the most vulnerable for serious illness and death if they get over 90 And Kaiser Permanente says both its members and nonmembers who are in faces one into what A and one B, including those aged 70 and older can sign up for vaccination clinics. Appointments can be made it 13 locations on the front range from Pueblo north to Loveland and Longmont, and the governor says the state could give more vaccinations if it had more doses from the federal government. During the day last week, 27,000 Coloradans were vaccinated in just one day and that that rate Colorado could vaccinate a lot of people. That would be the equivalent of 140,000 week. We're only getting 70,000 weeks so we could even a current levels and it's even beyond that, even a current levels we could administer more if we had more. There is hope for more doses now that the Trump Administration plans to release all of its doses in federal storage. They were being held back for second doses of the vaccine. Thea FBI says No Stone is being unturned in the investigation of last week's deadly siege at the U. S. Capitol. FBI's also warning of credible threats of violence plan for this Sunday at the Minnesota and Michigan State Capitals and another FBI document reports that protests and possible violence could take place in every state capital. And the U. S. Capitol in the coming weeks. The president made his first public comments this last week Storming President Trump today defended his comments at his rally last week, even as Republican lawmakers have publicly condemned him, some even explicitly blaming him for the violent insurrection of the U. S Capitol. They vandalized my speech, in my words and my final paragraph my final sentence. And everybody took the key thought it was totally appropriate. House Democrats are moving forward with a second impeachment vote charging President Trump with incitement of insurrection..

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fox 31 pinpoint whether snow moving out of the area as the afternoon wanes, then mid forties for tomorrow and low fifties Sunday. Currently 36 in Denver Governor Pola is confirming Colorado's getting fewer doses of the Fizer vaccine than originally promised. And he blames the federal government's operation Warp speed. I saw advisers Announcement that they had dose is waiting in the warehouse, and they just needed to be told where to send them. We say send them to Colorado. But we encourage the federal government to Get those distributed out. They're not doing any good in a fight, Sir. Warehouse, the governor says the good news is that there's 20% more vaccine in each vial that's sent out. Colorado Republican Ken Buck says he won't join other members of Congress who will get the covert vaccine. I'm an American. I have the freedom to decide if I'm going to take a vaccine or not, and In this case, I am not going to take the vaccine. Buck telling Neil Caboodle on Fox Business Channel. He's more concerned about the safety of the vaccine, and he is about the side effects of the virus. But Buck supports offering the vaccine to frontline medical workers and the elderly in nursing homes. More than 100 Denver restaurants or getting a financial boost from the city of Denver, the city doling out $970,000 to restaurants and bars to help offset the cost of outdoor seating areas. The money is part of the federal cares at and is in addition to $435,000. The city had previously been allotted the city reports. Reimbursement checks have been mailed to businesses this week. Cares Act paid $150 billion to local governments for them to use to help private businesses struggling from the effects of the pandemic. Washington D. C has closed another location because of covert. They've hung out the clothes for covert sign that the Washington Monument because Interior Secretary David Byrne hard tested positive for the virus after he gave political appointees a private after hours tour there this week, the park Service temporarily ending public Washington Monument tours. They test workers and clean anything secretary and friends might have touched. They expect to reopen the monument Monday. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington, Bernhardt grew up in rifle and has been interior secretary for 3.5 years. Sports. The Broncos call off their walk through today after a strength coast tested positive for Cove in the team finishing up its preparation for Buffalo tomorrow, virtually and on Wall Street stocks pulled back from record highs is fiscal stimulus talks go down to the wire in Washington. All three major stock indexes lost ground. The Dow fell 124 points. NASDAQ was down nine. The S and P off 13. Next update at 3 30, David Ko Ko Way news Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM..

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"33 degrees in Denver. It was a fabulous day on Wall Street, the Dow closing above 30,000 for the first time ever. It's taken seven months for the stock market to recover its stunning 10,000 point. Pandemic drop and reached this record shattering 30,000 point mark just seen positive thoughts and optimism coming back into the market vaccine Monday has now become the norm Aviva investors, US equities head Susan Schmidt says ending the election winner. Uncertainty also lifted the market. And you feel the ABC News Washington The Dow gained 455 points today to close the 30,046 NASDAQ added 1 56, the S and P 500 gained 58 when a cove it 19 vaccine arrives. It will not end the need to wear masks and follow social distancing rules. Governor Pola says a shot in the arm won't give you instant immunity. There's two shots. It's it's likely that the first shotgun first some immunity but then 30 days later, there's another shot in two weeks after that, you're immune, so that's a 45 days. Process, so it's going to take a while to get to a place where herd immunity is achieved to stop the spread of covert 19 right now, the governor says one in 41 Coloradans is contagious with the virus. The state is tracking ICU bed availability. The current projection says We could Max out in early January, but if we lose control of the virus spread over Thanksgiving, it could happen sooner. That's when we have the potential to really significantly exceed our ICU bed capacity in the state, and that could happen in this figure as soon As mid December that state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Herlihy Ah, battle of words.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"If there's any heat left in them fighting the East. Troublesome fire enters a new phase. According to incident Commander Dan Gleason. We are now tio repair and rehab. Some of the dozer lines and other things that we did during the suppression activities. These troublesome fire has burned about 194,000 acres and his 37% contained Over 19 numbers in Colorado, rapidly increasing over the past three days. 2500 new cases each day the testing positivity rate approaching 10% statewide, the CDC says it should be below five. Governor Pola says This kind of fire spread does not bode well for our hospitals were reaching an alarming inflection point. If this trend continues, our hospitals will run out of capacity in the weeks ahead. The governor says he hopes the latest news on Cove in 19 will serve as a wake up call, he says we need to do better wearing masks, social distancing, avoiding large groups and washing our hands are whether this week going to be hot and dry. We're rolling into the month of November with another dry stretch out there and temperatures which looked to stay about 10 to 20 degrees above normal in Denver. Right now, our average high should be about 58 degrees. We've got seventies all week. Week long out there. That's Fox 31, chief meteorologist. Day Frasier. I'm Chad Bauer on Koray News Radio, 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one FM Friends Sports Traffic Center. It's gonna be a typical drying on the main highways. It's gotta be Cohn tone activity has an impact and we haven't been driving. 25 is closed in both directions. Atonal road. On. I 70 you've got some real.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Time is 7 30. Our top story statewide, Governor Pola says Cobain 19 numbers are going in the wrong direction. We're now hitting an all time high with the number of cases, Detective Hospitalizations also have been increasing over the last seven weeks. The latest numbers more than 1400 new cases today, 538 people hospitalized. The testing positivity rate is ranging between seven and 8% to avoid continued spread. The testing rate should be under 5%, the governor warns. We could be stressing Colorado's hospitals by mid November if we don't turn this around. Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris, say their hearts are broken after another black life was taken by police video shows Walter Wallace walking tour to Philadelphia officers reportedly with a knife is Mom says he had a mental breakdown and tried to stop him. But the cops opened fire. The Biden Harris campaign says We cannot accept that in this country. A mental health crisis ends in death. The city seeing more protests and unrest tonight. Our next update at eight o'clock I'm Chad Bauer on K Away News, radio 8 50 AM and 90 for one. FM check on traffic with Darren Copeland. Well, er from the bed, Fred Sports Traffic Center. Very quiet Drive right now. Actually, still seeing that slowing south out 25 as you're making your way towards monument to the Gap project and still have that construction working. So be aware 25 through town looks great. I 70 through town in great shape. No problems on 2 to 5 all our problems on Parker Road around everywhere. Just be aware that as we get colder of those wet roads are going to turn icy again. So just make sure that You don't fall for India of those slick sponsored her around Fox. Everyone pinpoint whether tonight it'll be clear low of 18 tomorrow Sunny and a high of 45 currently 31..

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Listening to ABC news. When use radio time is 90 to dry and hot conditions. Continuing. Colorado crews responded to a new wildfire burning northwest of Boulder. All evacuation orders the east of North Foothills Highway have been lifted town of Lions residents, including those in Apple Valley Road upto Highway 36 are being advised to prepare to evacuate. Strong winds are expected in that area tomorrow. Keith is there from up here in north Boulder? There's no smoke here where we are. We can see a big plume of smoke up near Jamestown Sheriff's deputies say the fire's burning near the cow would education center. The sheriff's office has closed Boulder County Road 87 along with the hall Ranch area. No word on what started that new fire as Denver's covert 19 cases continue to rise. Mayor Hancock is implementing some new health orders. Masks will now be required outdoors as well as indoors and gatherings will be limited to five people. Why the tougher restrictions? We are as accounting brimming on the edge of a crises that could further and dangerous people, individuals health as well as damage our economy. Denver is very close to going into level three. On the state's covert 19 dial. If that happens, capacity restrictions for restaurants and businesses would be required. Denver says it will increase enforcement of the new mask and gathering orders. Enforcement will apply two groups of people as well as individuals. Governor Pola says the numbers are not looking good. 1312 confirmed cases, hospitalizations 352, it continues to increase. This is the most since late May, the governor speaking on Friday, Governor Pola says you should limit contacts with others. Beyond your family. About one in every 260 Colorados are currently contagious with Corona. Iris Governor Pulis are next up. They coming up in 9 30. I'm Janko Shell on K away news radio 8:50 a.m. in 90 for one of them. From the best friend. Sports Traffic Center Stone on really good shape this morning on Main highways, you've got no major incidents to place to worry about. No overnight world worked, installs crashes At this moment. I 25 north of Fort Collins. You gotta find high winds and there's icy spots along. I 70 in the high country from Georgetown to a bomb field and you get traction laws in both directions when you were six. Loveland Pass.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Snow denied along Denver, Fort Collins Greeley, all getting 3 to 7 inches of snow twice as much of the high country Denver will drop 2 29 degrees overnight. 42 tomorrow 55 on Thursday. It's 36 degrees in the rain in Denver. Some of us are going to get to see Tom Brady. I'm thrilled to announce today that the Denver Broncos game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 27th. Will allow a limited number of fans to attack Governor Pola, saying the state will allow 5700 fans to go to empower field at mile high. That's about 7.5% of the stadium's capacity. Britney Bull and with the Broncos spells out how it will work, in addition to mask and social distancing requirements. Seating will be done in small pods. And sections will be broken into groups. There will be 175 people in those groups season ticket holders are being offered the tickets, you'll be seeing less of Broncos head coach Vic Fangio on the sidelines more than £30 less. He talked about his trimmer physique with Kay Always. Logan and Louis today tried to cut down on the cards, which Didn't help my pasta and take that down on the sweets and I worked out some more. Coach Fangio. Ifyou're a Kaiser Permanente member. Getting a flu shot this month is pretty easy. You Khun do it at a drive up site members were protected and our staff are protected and it's very convenient. They just drive up, get their flu shots and they're on their way. Dr Amy Duck, Roe tells Kayo Way news radio. You have to make an appointment to take advantage of those drive up flu shots. Forest fan has died. Who's that? Well, he's the Santa Fe art dealer and author who hid that treasure chest. Some died trying to find it was located in Wyoming In July, Fen was 90 on Wall Street. Major indexes down 2 to 4%. Today, the Dow lost 6 30 to the NASDAQ gave up 4 65. The S and P 500 lost 95 in sports. You athletics partnering with points bet for a five year sponsorship deal. It's the first exclusive.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away. NewsRadio. Time is 302 Governor Pola says Colorado's covert 19 positivity rate is just under 3% over the past seven days, he says. That's a good number that makes it safer to have schools in person. Pola says the state is helping by providing masks as part of working to support our schools and our teachers in the state. We've survived. We've provided one medical grade mass for weak toe. Every teacher in the state on every student facing member of school staff in the state police visited southern Colorado Tuesday, making several stops, including at an elementary school at Fort Carson. A grisly creek fire in Glenwood Canyon has burned more than 32,000 Acres Incident Commander nor McDonald talked about keeping I 70 open in that area for every hour. That highway's shut down. That's a million dollars of commerce. So that is a huge impact to Colorado and And the nation. So one of our primary objective is keeping that corridor open. The Grizzly Creek fire is now 75% contained training camp is winding down. With final roster cuts do by Saturday and the Broncos opening game less than two weeks away. Cornerback age A. Bouvier talked about the most difficult part of preparing for the 2020 season. I think the biggest part especially for me, coming to a new team, just You know, you learn the playbook. You see it on film. But just not having those walk throughs, Extra reps. And today's special with the guys I should be playing with. Those have been tough, says he's learning every day, and he's watching the other cornerbacks that have been in the Broncos scheme and how.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On Colorado's morning news President Trump considering taking action on unemployment benefits during the outbreak at it, we're also looking at Uh, various other things that I'm allowed to do. Under the system. The enhanced unemployment benefits that were included in the cares Act expired last week. That's been one of the sticking points between Republicans and Democrats. Keeping them from making a deal Seems the president may be reversing course on male and voting, at least in one states. President Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon that whether you call it vote by mail or absentee voting in Florida, the election system is safe and secure, Tried and true NBC News radio Sarah Bartlett, she says the president's tweet Went on to encourage voters in Florida to request mail in ballots. Good news when it comes to a vaccine from Novavax. The company reported on Tuesday that all of their trial volunteers developed antibodies for the Corona virus through Operation Warp speed. The federal government granted Novak's over $1.5 billion to create a covert 19 vaccine. NBC News Radio's Mark Mayfield reporting, Governor Pola says Colorado seeing a leveling off of covert 19 cases after recent increases, We saw drop off of new cases of the onus last week after six week of rising numbers. Pullis adds that the Colorado was far from out of the woods and people still need to keep up their end of the bargain. When it comes to personal responsibility, the U. S Navy seals, they're severing their ties with the Navy Seal Museum. The move comes after a video surfaced of a museum directed military dog demonstration with the victim. Dressed in a Colin Kaepernick jersey over his protective gear. Brian shook NBC News radio. The museum is independently operated apart from the military branch coming upon Colorado's morning news. We're going talk to Denver teacher about the fall semester. It's gonna look like in the preparations there making to teach whether hybrid or in the classroom will have that conversation. In a moment as we check your drive right now, John Morrissey what he's seen on the road. I'm seeing a pretty crowded drive.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Check right April has started, with the Denver cops seeing smoke than several 911 calls. Police eventually showed up to the House at 53 12 North Truckee already in flames at about 2 55 this morning. A huge fire. Police tried entering the home that were pushed back by the flames. We know now that five people have died from this fire three adults and two Children. Three others got out. The individual's jumped from the third story are the second storey Siri Individuals jump from the second story, Tio remove themselves from the effects of the fire. Greg Pixley now after putting out the fire investigator determined that it involved a potential case of arson, so it's an ongoing investigation. There was some damage to neighboring homes. The fire crews were able to minimize that again. Three adults, two Children die in a house fire in your 56 Compagnia three got out. No other injuries and early indications are that causes arson. Chuck Clark News radio. Thank you Check sad story. There are signs of encouragement in the battle against covered, 19 in the state governor, Pola says, after weeks of case numbers trending upward. There's now a downward trend. But that means people need to keep up wearing masks and social distancing adapt. We do things in new and safer ways. Andi. I think that the balance of the last couple weeks week or two is what we need to be prepared to live that way for several months, Governor Pola says the infection rate is in a relatively stable place for the time being, but he did warn people It's not time to slack off and think we have beaten the virus amid the pandemic school district's in our state are working to help parents decide when students actually can Get back into the classroom over a public schools board member Marquez Ivy says they'll find a way to train young students on how to behave during a pandemic. We're dealing with Children, so we're going to try to model What we want them to do, and we're going to try to do that by our teachers and our staff. Being that example of how we social distance and doing gentle corrections. A PS is one of several metro area districts that has decided to start the school year fully online. But getting to school for some might be an issue. Denver is pushed back the start of its in person, school year toe October.

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"governor pola" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Okay, how news time? 11 03 There's a statewide mask order due to covert 19 place across the state today, governor pull a signed off on it yesterday, but there's a split when it comes to whether or not state leaders support the mass quarter. Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman joined the governor yesterday in the signing, he says he previously wasn't in favor. But now he's concerned if people think Oren are wearing a mask is our ship. They need to think about the others in our society that had been suffering that would suffer Mohr. Uh, if we have to re enact even more of these restrictions and not go forward and open up this economy. Some Colorado Republicans call it an overreach. But Governor Pola says he did the order because the case numbers and hospitalizations air up and they're heading in the wrong direction. The data is beginning to be alarming. The order took effect of midnight requires Coloradans age 10 and older to wear masks and indoor public spaces. If you've been starved for music at Red rocks, the Colorado Symphony will be there. There's five nights of acoustic show is set for July 29th through August 2nd. That's the latest IM chat off no impact traffic. This report is sponsored by express pros dot com Big delays heading into downtown Good news, though that earlier stalled vehicle North bound I 25 spear blocking the left lane and shoulder well, that's been cleared out of traffic. Still residual backups to Alameda. It should start to improve on the front end of that stretch, though. Getting reports of a crash off highway at fifth and Callum Matt so watch out for rescue vehicles arriving to the scene and in the high country drive North bound highway to 85 got reports of a semi fire in downtown Bailey. Traffic is backed up in both directions on that stretch. The weather forecast could be sunny and hot with a 20% chance of afternoon thunderstorms. Ah, high near 96. Right now it's partly cloudy in 83 with your impact.

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"governor pola" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Okay. How news time? 503 Governor Pola says with Corona virus case is increasing in Colorado. It's up to the individual to slow the spread Your decision to wear a mask when you're around others, it's your decision Toe keep six feet apart eight feet apart. If you can from others. It's your decision to stay safer at home when you can to enjoy our outdoors in a socially distance way. It's your decision to continue to protect those among us who are most vulnerable. The governor says many states in the country are facing economic Hardships because they let their guard down. And he says Colorado cannot become complacent. Thie governor has signed a bill that raises the aides for buying tobacco and nicotine products in Colorado from 18 to 21. The new law also closes online loopholes and requires that people selling nicotine products get a license to do so. The governor. Also signing a bill that establishes paid sickly for Colorado workers. About 40% of Colorado workers do not have paid sick leave plans at work at Golden Gate Kenyan State Park. You now need a reservation to get a back country campsite. That's the latest I'm Susan Wickens. No impact traffic, Thiss reported. Sponsored by express pros dot com. Rain showers, wet roads, adding two delays godowns along the highways. 25 Busy in the downtown drive. There was a wrecked stuff in 25 years. Fear just cleared something 25 heavy for my 70 by 25 north down the base begin right around downing heavy downtown. And stones up near 84th Avenue to 70. Running busy both directions. 70 corridor started see delays as well. Sat down to 25 jammed up there trying to get.

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"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"governor pola" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Ning News. Governor Pola says he is not going to issue a statewide mask mandate, Pola said. Half the state has local mask orders and local buying is important for mask orders toe work, But the governor got a little testy at a press conference when he was asked if he thought people wouldn't listen to him about wearing mass. You're somehow waiting to wear a mask till the governor tells you to I hope you've heard that I'm telling you to. And if if I haven't been clear, I'm telling you to wear a mask where a damn mask During that press conference of governor said 11 out of the last 14 days have seen increases in Cove in 19 cases and the spread right has tipped above one jury. Bell Kaylie News radio, The pharmaceutical company Modern are thought to be one of the company's hot on the trail of a covert 19 vaccine will conduct vaccine trials here in Colorado vaccine is being evaluated for its efficacy. And not necessarily preventing infection but preventing people from getting ill once they get infected. It's Dr Thomas Campbell. You see health, he says. Over the next two months, 1000 patients we're going to be recruited for the trial. The participants will be in the high risk population for Corona virus. Those 65 older with Cora Mobility's morbidity is like diabetes and obesity. The participants are gonna be monitored for at least a year determine if the vaccine is safe. To speak about the trial with you and shoots vice chancellor for research shot 7 24 Douglas County is planning to leave Tri County health over new mask wearing requirements, according to Abe Laden, one of the county commissioners. The rationale behind the move, according to those commissioners, is the one size all mask order just doesn't gel with Douglas County, pointing to data Show's over 19 cases and deaths and Douglas County are much lower than the numbers in both Arapaho and Adams County. It really is. Freedom over force really does signal a new era for Douglas County that we can't have our policies locally dictated by the numbers we're seeing in Arapahoe County or in Adams County. So the biggest question now is what's next by statute, Douglas County must give Tri County health years notice of their intent to leave the department. Fox. Anyone has also obtained a letter that the director of Tri County Health John Douglas, sent to his staff that reads in part, I am sorry to share the breaking news. After 50 plus years of partnership, there is never a good time for such a decision. But it's occurrences in the midst of the covert pandemic and is particularly challenging Fox 30 one's Kegan Harsh of reporting. We'll talk live with one of the commissioners in our seven o'clock hour this morning. A judge in Jefferson County says a temporary restraining order against band Emir Speedway will stay in effect, which means band Emir cannot hold events that attract more than 175 attendees. The same order was in effect last weekend when thousands gathered at the raceway over the Fourth of July. The judge says she extended the injunction because she doesn't want to rush the case. Jeffco Health Department warns large crowds with not enough social distancing Khun Spread Corona virus Banner says it can't afford to operate with severe crowd limitations. They do have events on the calendar this weekend. See if they go on as planned a mixed bag for President Trump from the Supreme Court. The justices ruling that in New York prosecutor can get access to the president's tax records. However, the House of Representatives can't ABC is Devon Dwyer still quite possible that President Trump will have to turn over these records, including his tax returns, but it's much left. Likely that will happen before November. House Democrats now need to go back to court to justify those subpoenas. And even in New York, where legal experts say that prosecutor is a much stronger case, well, grand jury proceedings are secret by law. And so the public if that case moves ahead more quickly, was still not be able to get to see the documents. The president, calling the two rulings, part of a witch hunt and a hoax. The Pentagon's top leaders have told Congress U. S intelligence has not yet corroborated reports that Russia paid bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan. You know, Mark Millie said The reports are still being investigated, but warned that the United States would respond if they're proving to be really if, in fact this Bonnie's I am outraged General Defence Secretary Mark Casper said that though not corroborated, the report was still taken seriously. We take force protection very seriously and take all those actions regardless. Of the credibility of a report. We take all that seriously, both aspirin, Millie said. For now, the alleged Russian program has not been linked to any U. S. Military casualties. Martinez ABC NEWS Washington President Trump heads to Miami today in the middle of a virus case surgeon that city and state ABC Sandy Field reports. The president is not going to discuss the pandemic. The president making two stops in Miami Dade first discussing drug trafficking of seven command just miles from his Darryl Golf Resort, then later, a political fundraiser. Some local officials not happy. Having to devote limited hospital and police resource is for the president's trip during a pandemic. Miami's mayor, saying the president should issue a national mask mandate to stop the virus spread, saying it's no different than requiring someone to wear a seat belt while driving. After meeting with supporters at a private home, The president will hop back on Air Force one to be back at the White House by 10 tonight. He'll head to Walter Reed Medical Center this weekend and Portsmouth, New.

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"Some snow coming for the front range overnight CBS fours, David air Gilera saying the most of it will stay on the grassy areas. The biggest issue with the latest winter storm. We'll be traveling in the high country, which weather advisory still in effect all the way through late morning on Thursday for most of the northern central bounds. What could we expect snow and blowing snow? We're looking at about five to ten inches of snow on average for the mountain locations and up. The sixty mile per hour. Winds that's gonna limit visibility and make things really difficult for traveling snow will continue to fall throughout the morning drive in the metro area. Governor Pola says he's taking aim at the high cost of healthcare in Colorado on Wednesday. He created the office of saving you money on healthcare. There's a lot of departments across state government that handle healthcare, but there's been no office until today dedicated to helping us save money on healthcare. And that's what this office will do. And that's what's changing today for Jovan her says he wants to import cheaper drugs from Canada. And also says he'll look at the state supported option for healthcare insurance. It was enough to take your breath away. If you're watching from below two men were able to escape the scaffolding at the four seasons building in downtown Denver on Wednesday scaffolding became unsecure on the twenty four four of the building at broke through a window while the two men were on it. But workers were eventually able to get through an office scaffolding into a window. Both. Both were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. Our next update at three thirty. I'm Roger Hudson on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Eastbound C four seventy and twenty five then Rams close till five thirty off using alternate growth and westbound I seventy the ramp to Havana's also closed, and that's going to be somewhat of an inconvenience. To get around that after that.

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