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Mudslide Traps Over a Hundred Motorists Overnight in Colorado

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00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Mudslide Traps Over a Hundred Motorists Overnight in Colorado

"And over 100 motorists were stranded on a Colorado highway this week after mudslides shut down the interstate. The Colorado Department of Transportation says the motorists were trapped on I 70 in Glenwood Canyon overnight on Thursday, and about 30 of them took shelter in the hanging Lake tunnel. Crews were able to clear a path to rescue the travelers. On Friday morning, I 70 and Glenwood Canyon remains closed as flash flooding continues to create mudslides and the burn scars of the Grizzly Creek fire in western Colorado.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"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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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"At abusers. The president is heading to Kenosha, Wisconsin today, meeting with local law enforcement, he was asked if he was going to meet Jacob Lakes family I don't know yet will see will be making that determination. I don't know what the president did say he might be meeting with Blake's family's pastor, and that his trip to Kenosha will help heal the community. We now know the Grizzly Creek fire near Glenwood Springs was human caused, firefighters say containment has increased to 75%. The fire has burned 32,400 acres. Much of the Pine Gulch fire north of Grand Junction is now in mop op mode and containment of 139,000 acre fires now 81% That fire was started a month ago by lightning. A dusting of snow in the high country last night, Fox 30 One's Brooks Gardener, says that it's not unusual for this time of year quickly. The first snow does happen during the first couple of weeks in September for those high country locations, but some areas above 13,000 FT had several inches of snow, especially down through the Telluride area. Snow fell in Loveland Ski area, the scarier plans to start snowmaking in a month. Many Colorado ski resorts have said they're opening days for mid November. Dow Industrials Up Right now, 100 won points the S and P 500 gaining 15 in the NASDAQ's up 140 for our Next news updates at 12 30 I'm Susan Witkin on K O A news radio 8 50 AM and 90. For one of them, It's your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword home to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation, text and info, standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest that's.

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05:48 min | 1 year ago

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"5 31 pinpoint weather a little hazy out for obvious reasons. We got smoke blowing in because of the wild files, wildfires around the state and the heat doesn't help, either. We've had 98 yesterday. Hi Anticipated of 99 today, which would be a record and again we have those hazy, smoky conditions. We've still probably got, um The utilities that are working along that corridor, replacing the pools that have Could have burned. That's Grizzly Creek Fire spokesman Brian Scott on work this past weekend that had to be done to try to get I 70 reopened through Glenwood Canyon. Well, as you know, see, that was able to open the interstate about 24 hours ago, allowing cars and crucial commercial traffic to travel through the canyon. And that's got to be some relief for Glenwood Springs and Glenwood Springs. Major Jonathan Goddess who joins us this morning, Mr Mayor, Thanks for your time and I imagine I'm trying to get a feel. What is the feeling like for yourself and for your citizens in around Glenwood Springs with these fires? You know, really the last 48 hours. A lot of relief to be to be quite Frank the You know, obviously we were very Scared when everything started flaring up, but, you know, going through the canyon now. It's not decimated its you know. Yes, it burns their sections that are burnt, but it's It's not this. Ah, you know, decimated Hellscape, So I think people are going through it for a lot of reports. I've gone through it several times and Hanging lake was spared. You know, one of our big attraction. So you know that with the interstate being open and the people being able to get here and and our people being able tto be connected to the front range. I feel like there's a lot of optimism Early, just wonderful. I talked to you last week, and it's just was depressing to talk about how this is such a main thoroughfare, not just for Colorado. But really for the country to go East and West and you know for commerce. So it is a relief that it's open. Do you predict it will continue to sort of open close open close as we see additional rock slides. He absolutely has told us that, you know, Expect rockslides and closures with even as little as a quarter of an inch of rain, So I think that you know and Says. We have dealt with kind of what the new normal is with Cove it and have adjusted so that the Canaan is going to be one of these unstable geological anomalies that for the next 235 years that when it rains or when the snow melts off We're going to be very, very cautious on DH. Very conservative on how we do it, so I wouldn't even yesterday it open 24 hours a day hours ago. Never really excited. 12. Hours later, it shut for three hours way We will continue to see these disruptions. I'm sure but boy if we did not have the 14 days in the middle of tourist season That that would be helpful. I'm going to go on the premise, Mr Mayor, that that your citizens your folks because of the topography where they live in Glenwood Springs. Ah, higher country elevation, the dry conditions that they air Mohr than aware of of the fire dangers in those concerns, But can you emphasize enough to people who are travelling through your towns and your area's about how serious it is? Because if I one of these fires I understand might've been sparked by somebody dragging a chain tow hitch or something like that House A simple spark. Can make a blaze like this. Can you emphasize enough to people about how careful they have to be? Ah, when when they're in and around these environments. Yeah. I mean, I don't know if I could emphasize enough. I mean, that's like weaken. Tell people as much as we would like that. Especially people traveling through the area. It is just a tinderbox we've had Oh, boy, I think in the last weeks since we talked last had three additional fires flare up and thank goodness we had a level one response team that was here fighting the Grizzly Creek fire because they were able to send over a Rh support right away and not down What could have been massive fires. One year rifle falls another one about five miles away from the current fire. And so you know it is. It's changed. It is. Obviously people always go to you know, people are careless and throw cigarette butts. But You know, a blown tire on a trailer in those trailers get pulled recreational trailers. I mean, I have a boat trailer and you blow a tire and it shreds that rim grates on the concrete And I mean that that you might be throwing gasoline out there. Mayor. We hope that Ah, lot of people come visit you over the long Labor Day holiday weekend. But have you been able to do any of the numbers on the financial impact of not only the fire burning but also the I 70 closure? You know we haven't. It's just It's a little too soon to get our character safe back. But we mean the feel of town just just anecdotally is about when the height of covert happened in the end of March or early April, so we are anticipating. Asleep at August being pretty similar to that, But I just have to report you to the skies are clear. There is no haze or fog that while the fire is on ly The third contained. Technically, there's fire lines and control points throughout the place, so I don't think that anybody should feel Hesitant to come out to Glenwood and visit us. The pools are open. The Tran is open. Why we're open for business. I was just up there a couple weeks ago, and it was beautiful. Glenwood Springs Mayor Jonathan Goddess. Thank you so much for your time. Stay safe. Thank you so much really appreciate it Love the hot springs, even in warm weather. It's always a fun experience, A 29 and Colorado's morning news, smoke and haze outside right now, here in the metro area, bad air quality because of all those fires burning in our state house the commute right now, though, John Well, underneath that bad here. Not bad. Not bad at all. We're doing pretty good this morning. Able we haven't had a.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Radio time 102 Grisly Creek Fire officials say they're working to get I 70 through Glenwood Canyon re opened as soon as possible, but that there's still lots of work to do. We've still probably got The utilities that are working along that corridor, replacing the pools that have Could have burned. Fire spokesman Brian Scott says new crews arriving have the number of firefighters now at more than 800. The Grizzly Creek fire has burned about 30,000 acres. The closure of I 70 through Glenwood Canyon has caused transportation delays as trucks have had to take the long way around the canyon Governor Polish moving last call for alcohol from 10 to 11 o'clock effective tonight. The governor says covert 19 data convinced him to extend last call by an hour and he's hinting another extension may not be too far away. My hope is it, Khun B. Ah, you know midnight as soon as possible, and hopefully the data will bear that out. The 11 o'clock. Last call applies to restaurants and bars that served food. The idea behind an early last call is to stop people who've been drinking from mixing and spreading the virus. In sports. The Broncos say no fans in the stadium for the season opener against the Tennessee Titans. That's Monday night, September 14th. But the team says it is hopeful a limited number of fans congratulate be allowed over the course of the upcoming season. The Broncos say they're working closely with the state to make sure fans can eventually attend games. And the team has announced plans for sanitizer stations and improved H Vac system and Touchless technology for bathrooms. Also the ABS and Stars Game one this evening and the Rockies at the Dodgers tonight. You can catch it on news radio or on the I Heart radio APP. Next update at 1 30, David Ko Ko Way News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM earlier crash.

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Await news Radio time is nine o'clock. I'm Chuck Clark. Our top story a sad story as the search for a missing park ranger and horse tooth was far has come to a tragic end. Sadly, the Larimer County Sheriff's office now confirming that missing Park Ranger, the body of the mission Park Ranger has been found here in the waters of forced tooth Reservoir recovery made about 3 30 this morning. He was part of a rescue team that was trying to save two people late yesterday evening here in horse who they were able to be shaved with no injuries whatsoever. But once restaurant who's got back to shore and realize that the one Ranger Was among the missing himself. A search effort overnight included the Denver police helicopter, several Jones and boats on the water, but the body of the Ranger was recovered at about 3 30. This morning. No, I d on the range reservation but a very impressive sight here as the body was escorted from the shores, of course, Tooth reservoir by law enforcement officers from all over Larimer County. Just a short time ago on Fox. Everyone's Jim Hooley for K Way. News radio. In other news, four major wildfires continue to grow across the state and the Grizzly Creek fire still has I seventies shut down through Glenwood Canyon. Si dot hoping it'll be days, not weeks before the roadway reopens, officials say parts of canyon look destroyed. Somebody specifically tell me they went through it and cried when they saw so there's some areas out there that are pretty bad. Regional director Mike Goolsbee says. It looks like the bridges have not been heavily damaged by the fire if you don't says his longest aerial operations are underway. Interstate Can't reopen The Pine Gulch Fire north of Grand Junction is now about 122,000 Acres. Officials there say it'll take rain to put that fire out thunderstorm development to the north and the Northwest. That's pushing this fire to the South..

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Biden accepted the party's nomination for president, declaring this plenty of work to do. Job creation, the pandemic and subsequent economic carnage. Race relations will be the work of the next president to restore the promise of America to everyone. He reached out to so called progressives not satisfied with the pace of change they want. This is thrust. One more urgent task on US Will we be the generation? It finally waits out the stain of racism. Former national character. The president phoned into a TV show Thursday night to make an announcement about preventing voter fraud. On November 3rd President Trump was asked during a phone interview on Fox News, Hannity Thursday night. If there would be pole watchers to try to avoid voter fraud, we're gonna have everything we're gonna have sheriffs and we're going to have law enforcement and we're going to have hopefully U. S attorneys and we're goingto have everybody and attorney General's There's never been any evidence of widespread voter fraud. Chuck's Iverson. ABC News. Former chief White House strategist Steve Bannon is out of federal custody who posted a $5 million bond after his arrest on fraud charges accused of diverting money private citizens donated to build a section of border wall and spending it on himself. Officials Reportedly five people killed in the dozens of wildfires raging through northern California. Tens of thousands of homes were threatened. Alexei Navalny, most prominent opponent of Russia's Putin remains hospitalized in Siberia unconscious after taking sick from what many suspect is poison. What the spokesperson for the Valley has said, is that they say that he was poisoned what she has alleged. Is that the only thing he had that day was a cup of hot tea at the airport in the morning, and she alleges that that he was poisoned and that is what has led to his illness. A B C's IAN panel You're listening to ABC News away news radio time. 1027 people accused of trafficking women from China for sex at Denver massage parlors. Have been indicted on 33 counts related to human trafficking. The stuff of defendants ran a dozen massage parlors in Denver and are facing charges of racketeering, pimping, prostitution, money laundering and tax evasion. Their illicit partners generated millions of dollars. District Attorney Beth McCann says quote. We believe the defendants were hiding in plain sight as they trafficked women from China to engage in sex with their customers. Those massage parlors have now been shut down. Jury. Belle que away news RADIO The Grizzly Creek Fire closure of I 70 between Gypsum and Glenwood Springs has impacted a critical corridor for truckers. Greg Fulton is president of the Colorado Motor Carriers Association and says the run between Denver and Western Colorado forces truckers to choose long detours. Trips that may have taken about four hours are now taking eight hours or longer. Fulton says it all comes at a critical time when Mohr items ordered via the Internet need to be delivered. No timeline yet for when the interstate through Glenwood Canyon, Khun be re opened. Feingold fire north of Grand Junction is now at about 122,000 acres, and officials.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"News Radio Radio Time is a 30 on Colorado's Morning news. Chuck Larkin for Marty's back next week. April is here. Fox 31 pinpoint whether 68 outside with a high again in the mid nineties, adding to that already growing fire danger. With no relief in sight nineties in the forecast for the next several days, Our top story on Colorado's morning news is what the hot dry weather is creating, and that's fires all across Colorado. The fire crews are still working day and night to try to get a handle on those raging wildfires near clan would springs. It's the Grizzly Creek fire that's causing concern. It's burned more than 27,000 acres. So far, officials say, conditions just haven't been in their favor Temperatures as Like everywhere else in the West are very I abnormally high and the the relative humidities air very, very low. The the amount of moisture in the air have been seeing a single digit readings, which are extremely low throughout the Glenwood Springs area and throughout Colorado. That fire has caused the closure of I 70 through Glenwood Canyon For the last several days, Governor Pulis's taking a major step to stop new wildfires in Colorado. The governor's issued an open fire band for the next 30 days. Which is in effect, stay wide. Three of the four fires that are we're currently fighting we're likely caused by human activity. And the hot, dry weather is making fire behavior Extreme. The ban applies to campfires fireworks in any open sources of ignition. You can still cook on your patio grill or use a camp stove. Fires are also okay. An approved covered fire pits policies. Many counties had already taken similar action, but he felt a blanket order was necessary.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Of Colorado Use radio time is 5 30 on Colorado's Morning news. I'm Chuck Larkin for Marty Lens with April Zesbaugh Fox 31 pinpoint whether 68 degrees outside with the high again in the mid nineties, adding to the already growing fire dangers. There's no relief in sight, either. It's 97 the forecast for the next several days, and that's where we start Our top story on Colorado's morning news fire crews across Colorado still working day and night to try to get a handle on several raging wildfires. Near Glenwood Springs. The Grizzly Creek fire has burned more than 27,000 acres. Officials say conditions just haven't been in their favor. Temperatures as like everywhere else in the West are very I abnormally high and the The relative humidities air very, very low. The amount of moisture in the air been seeing single digit readings, which are extremely low throughout the Glenwood Springs area and throughout Colorado. They're hopeful that some possible thunderstorms on the horizon could change things. The Grizzly Creek fire is one of four major fires burning in our state. It's considered the top fire priority in the country right now, because of the lack of access on I 70 Governor Pulis's taking a major step to stop wildfires in Colorado. The governor's issued an open fire band for the next 30 days, which is in effect stay wide. Three of the four fires That we're currently fighting we're likely caused by human activity. And the hot, dry weather is making fire behavior Extreme. The ban applies to campfires fireworks in any open sources of ignition. You can still cook on your patio grill or use a camp stove. Fires are also okay. An approved covered fire pits. Pulis's many counties had already taken similar action, but he felt a blanket order was necessary..

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Be approved as needed. Our next updated six I'm Cathy Walker on Koray NewsRadio 8:50 A.m. in 90 For one check on traffic. Here's John Morris. Couple of right lanes are blocked by crash She's found by 70. Havana. Back up start before Call back before you get to 70 trying to head up to the war area and you'll find a busy driving the Aurora area South found 2 to 5 years. You have your own cold facts. Nora found 2 to 5 coming out of the tech center. So that ramp from I 25 on 2225 that's really jammed up to downtown's a pretty heavy, slow drive. Gotta crash south on I 25 at Colfax Downing is shut down in both directions at Colfax, just east of the skyscrapers that because of investigation into a shooting 12 hours ago, we started our commute to work this morning at about 5 30 with the closure of US six through Clear Creek Canyon. It was a bad fiery wreck. Now we've got a second one. It's like deja vu all over again. US six is closed through Clear Creek Canyon between 1, 19 and Highway 58 in both directions by another crash that cops think may have been caused by a medical issue. 5 31 pinpoint weather Partly cloudy and 64 overnight 90 for tomorrow. 99 right now, this reporter sponsored by Knappen other parts with thousands of locally on apple stores across the nation. Chances are that wherever you call home, they do, too. So whether you stop by your local nap out of parts store Annapolis care center or visit knave online, you can count on Napa knowhow. I'm John Morrissey on Kaylie News Radio live everywhere on the I heard Radio up tomorrow on Colorado's Morning news. Kanaan is incredibly steep canyon with challenging terrain. Why the Grizzly Creek Fire is the number one fire priority in the US, We'll talk about it on.

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Firefighters Battle Massive Fires In Colorado

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03:46 min | 1 year ago

Firefighters Battle Massive Fires In Colorado

"More than two thousand firefighters are battling four major blazes in Colorado. Michael Hayden is incident commander for a wildfire in the northern part of the state we're working with the other fires right now trying to share resources we said just about everything we have out and recalling from resources all over the nation. Colorado public radio reporter Michael Elizabeth Sacrifice joins us from the town of Eagle that's near a large fire in western. Colorado. Hi there. Hi there. Thanks for having me on. So tell me exactly where you are what you can see what's happening there. I'm not far from Dot Sarah which was one of the areas on pre evacuation notice which means folks need to be ready to leave at any moment the Grizzly creek fires burning in a canyon nearby about a mile east of glenwood springs and this Canyon is one of Colorado's natural treasures. One firefighter I spoke with described seeing it burn as heartbreaking. This fire has shut down interstate seventy, which is the main east-west highway into and through the mountain communities, and this shutdown is causing major issues for businesses and commuters, and because of this is the number one fire priority the nation to try and get it contained and the highway has been shut down for more than a week already. So the number one priority in the nation. But as we mentioned, there's three other big fires in Colorado right now, what's going on with those? Yeah more than one hundred and thirty thousand acres have burned in total and a few hundred people are evacuated some from their homes others from campsites and trails. There hasn't been any structure loss yet firefighters are working really hard to try and keep that from happening short the playing. The penguins fire north of Grand. Junction is now the fourth largest fire in Colorado's recorded history and these fires are hardly contained all at this point and it's really smoky close to these fires especially. But around the whole state, the State Health Department has issued an air quality alert for the front range and surrounding counties, which warns that at risk folks especially should stay inside let children older adults in those with heart or lung disease. Yeah. I was GONNA ask how the pandemic is affecting all this. How what do we know about how covid nineteen may be affecting? Either the people trying to flee the fires of the the firefighters trying to fight them. Right, the State Health Department warns that there is an overlap the people who are most impacted by wildfire smoke are the people who are most at risk for the worst symptoms of Corona virus. The state said the meeting of Kobe nineteen and the smoke is quote a real public health issue. Some research has shown that exposure to air pollution can worsen the outcomes of catching the virus, and while fire smoke can irritate weakened the lungs and immune system making someone more susceptible to infection the state suggestion to stay inside to avoid the smoke they say is now even more important because it can also help stop the spread of Code Nineteen as well. What do we know by the way about what has caused these Colorado I? Let's see Mr with me. Start Your back high. I was asking about the cause of the first. Yeah. Going there under an investigation, the largest fire was caused by lightning. And right now in the Grizzly Creek fire, the canyon fire was likely sparked by a chain dragging on the highway or maybe a cigarette out the window at originated in traffic. But what's really fueling these fires statewide drought and heat, and we haven't really seen those monsoon rains just yet. Right thank you so much for your reporting. Stay safe. Appreciate it thanks for having me on. That is reporter Michael Elizabeth sacrifice with Colorado public radio.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Door styles and find a CLO pe dealer near you by visiting CLO PE Door K Way. NEWS RADIO time, 11 30. The CDC is offering new guidance for people who've recovered from covert 19. It says people are likely protected for up to three months after having the virus but that it's still possible to get reinfected. And that having at once does not mean one is immune. Federal health officials recommend getting retested if symptoms show up again, especially after that three month period wildfires across the state putting a damper on summer. Sometimes when you get up in the morning, the smoke is pretty epic. And so that makes it not as much fun either. Louis works at the hot Springs pool in Glenwood Springs and knows people in some nearby towns have been evacuated because it when it jumped across the river. So if there's still a lot of concern, because you just don't know what's gonna happen, the Grizzly Creek fire burning in Glenwood Canyon and closing I 70 east of town now at 26,000 acres, the state's largest the Pine Gulch in Mesa County, now at more than 81,000 acres. David Ko Ko, a news radio 8:50 a.m. and 90 for one. FM. Well, a very good looking drive around the metro area on the highways of 25 I 70. All the highways, with one exception are flowing smoothly. We do have closure, actually South bound on the 4 70 at Smith Road for some construction. No, but slow and go north and South bound on Barker Road around Orchard Road evidence about it. We had a crash has been cleared south down I 25 near Toma Road. We still have some delays in the area. There is traffic, it.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"grizzly creek" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR's Amy held reports that now Democrats in Congress are considering returning early from their August break to address the unfolding crisis. This weekend. Some protests outside the Washington home of Postmaster General Lewis to joy, the Republican mega donor who took over in May has cut costs slowing down the mail. Democratic Congressman Jerry Connolly tells NPR that with the pandemic and the upcoming election, the timing could not be worse. This is when you decide to implement changes that you know will have the effect of the laying male I'm sorry. The timing is not coincidental. It's deliberate. President Trump has falsely claimed that mail in voting leads to rampant fraud. Universal mail in voting is going to be catastrophic is going to make our country a laughingstock all over the world. The USPS is counting on Congress for billions of dollars, but talks over a broader pandemic relief package have broken down. Amy held. NPR NEWS, Western Colorado now where the Grizzly Creek fire is burning and sound charge more than 19,000 acres in the western part of the state, but appears to have spared one of the state's most popular hiking destinations. Colorado Public Radio's Stina Sieg reports When the Grizzly Creek fire burned through the area of hanging lake Can Murphy feared the worst? His business. Glenwood Adventure company runs the permits for the hike to the Alpine lake, known for its emerald color and waterfalls, when he finally saw images from a fly over of the seemingly untouched lake area. He says it felt like a miracle. We have that patch of greenery amongst all the The.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Matter. You're listening to ABC News can win Use radio time is to go to you can smell all the fires burning in Colorado. The Grizzly creek firing. Glenwood Canyon has swollen from 14,000 acres to close to 20,000 acres. Some businesses and Glenwood Springs there, seeing a downtick, courtesy of the Grizzly Creek fire that closed I 70 through Glenwood Canyon. Luis works at Glenwood Hot Springs pool Normally our weekend. They're pretty busy and this weekend. There's not much of anything it is because people are having a hard time. Getting here, she says they're getting smoke from the fires from both the east and west of Glenwood. Denver's mayor Michael Hancock, says he's opposed to a city ballot measure to abolish diverse police Department and replace it with a peace force. Measure proposed by Councilwoman Candy Sit Ibaka. Hancock calls the proposal reckless and irresponsible. The pine Gold's fire outside of Grand Junction has grown to 78,000 acres. Hot, dry conditions in Mason County Continue Fire spokesperson John Peterson feel extraordinarily dry. I mean, extraordinarily so. The thousands and thousands of fuel, which are like big logs, Kenan flawed stammered marks bigger is less than 10% there at 7%. And what that means is that a big night they're going to burn all the way down the ash and soon cried because very combustible, Petersen says. The good news is the wind is blowing from a different direction, and it's blowing the fire back on itself. There is an ongoing concern about funding of the U. S Postal Service and its effect on male and ballots. Control of Secretary of State Jenna Griswold says she shares that concern but says that our state is well situated to handle the issue. You know the fact that we send out ballots so early we ask Colorado's to stop sending them back through the mail eight days before the election will help us mitigate some of the issues we're seeing from the post office. Secretary of State Jenna Griswald. Our next updated to 30 I'm Danko Shell on camera news Radio, 8 50 AM in 94 1.

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04:00 min | 1 year ago

"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News. I'm Brian Clark less than three months to Election Day, and more states are expanding mail in voting, but they're now warnings from the Postal Service's ABC is Rachel Scott, New Jersey, the latest to announce that all 6.2 million of its residents will receive a ballot in their mailbox in critical battleground states like Pennsylvania and Michigan, where the president one in 2016 by less than 1%. Voters are able to request absentee ballots just a few days out from Election Day. But the Post office says those deadlines are incompatible with their delivery standards. The Postal Service recommending anyone voting by mail request a ballot at least 15 days ahead of time. President Trump Friday said he would be willing to okay funding for the Postal Service. If Democrats quote, give us what we want. The Democratic ticket is complete. Joe Biden Kamala Harris signing official paperwork Friday to appear is the party's nominees. Mohr from ABC, Keira Phillips. Ella Harris, saying Biden deserves credit for picking a black woman. Joe Biden had the odd death. To choose a black woman to be his running mate. How incredible is that Democrats now focusing on pulling off an entirely virtual convention Monday speeches from Bernie Sanders and Michelle Obama, top Democrats on display all week, including the Clintons and Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez. Florida and California, reporting declining Cove in 19 hospitalization rates. But Dr Julie Morita, the executive vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, says regardless of rates in numbers, testing and quick turnaround should be the priority. Widespread testing is really the cornerstone top strong public health response and in order for public health agencies and officials to really controlled outbreaks. We really have to have widespread testing available with quick turnaround times, so In California rolling blackouts to ease the burden on power grids and in a heat wave. You're listening to ABC News awakens. Radio Times 602 lots of work ahead today for firefighters across the state as wildfires continue to rage this morning. England would canyon Grizzly Creek Fire has torched more than 13,000 acres of zero containment there north of Grand Junction, The Pine Gulch fire burning a devastating 73,000 acres. That one is 7% contained. The Williams Fork firing Grand County burning 1300 acres at last report, and the Cameron past fire, torching 4600 acres in Larimer County will continue to update those numbers throughout the day. All the smoke could cause a change of plans for your weekend. At times will have thick smoke. At other times, it gets a little bit better. But the bottom line is that at any moment this weekend, you may smell the smoke, which indicates that air quality locally where you are is definitely not the best. That's Fox, 31. Meteorologist Brooks Corner governor. Polish has formally signed an order extending Colorado's mask mandate for another 30 days. It is now in effect. Until mid September. There's ongoing concern about the funding of the U. S Postal Service and its effect on mail in ballots. Colorado's Secretary of state Jenna Griswald, says she shares that concern. But speaking to our partners at Fox, 31 says our state is well situated to handle the issue. You know the fact that we send out ballots so early of more than three weeks before the election. And that we asked Colorado's to stop sending them back through the mail eight days before the election will help us mitigate some of the issues we're seeing from the post office grows well as there are more than 300 drop boxes across the state or voters, Khun drop their ballots off in person and a voting center. The Colorado Avalanche beat the Coyotes last night to take a to nothing lead in their first round playoff series. The final they're 3 to 2. Game three is set for today. And the Colorado Rockies fell to the Rangers 3 to 2 last night. They'll be back at it today predated five o'clock first pitches. 6 10 Right here on K Away. NewsRadio. Next update comes your way at 6 30 I'm Patmos, Ellie. On K Way news Radio a 50 a. M 94 1 FM..

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"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away. NewsRadio. Time is 102 wildfires are taking center stage here in Colorado and Glenwood Canyon. The Grizzly Creek fires towards more than 13,000 acres with zero containment. The pine Gold's fires burned a whopping 73,000 acres plus your grand junction at fire, 7% contained. Other fires are burning and grand and Larimer counties and those fires could put a crimp in your weekend plans. If you have any camping plans up in the high country, call ahead, make sure that your campsite is still available. There have been several closures. Fox, 31 meteorologist Brooks Garner. He says poor air quality could also impact your exercise routine even here in the metro area. Meanwhile, si dot is encouraging Mountain travelers this weekend to head north or south away from the fires. I 70 is still closed in Glenwood Canyon, as his highway 14 between Cameron Pass and Rustic independence past is open, but motors are being told to expect Significant delays. The city of Littleton has put his weekends on main outdoor dining program on hold in. Some business owners say they're not happy about it. Every Friday through Sunday, the city shuts down Main Street, swapping out cars and trucks for tables and chairs. The city says money and not cove. It is causing the cancellation, but they've already spent $150,000 allotted for the event. They have received a si dot grant to continue the event for several weeks in September and October. The Abbe's word action today, looking to take it to zip Lee in their playoff series against the Arizona Coyotes. Markovski is on scene for the Avalanche. Murkowski turns fires a pass for cadre, He'll chop out quite open..

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"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Top story ofthe battle against Fire rages on across Colorado. First, What's gonna check on John Morrissey been kind of a battle on the highways. Couple of left lanes blocked north and 25 between university and downing, and that's got you slow. Way back into the tech center South bound affected with a lot of curiosity, slime coming out of downtown that drive on I 25 downtown, heavy in both directions. Tween I 70 and Santa Fe. Another tough drive has been westbound. I 70 heavy and slow from Havana all the way to steal Vasquez. There was a center lane stall. But Denver police got behind it with the push bumper and push that puppy off the highway. Thank you very much to 70 is heavy in both directions. Lot of traffic heading up to the mountains down. Start to see things jam up on I 70 westbound getting crowded around, Jenna. See, And that 2 85 drive as you make your way down toward Conifer, this reporter sponsored by the color of the Department of Transportation, Everybody has a reason to buckle up. Maybe it's for your kids, Your spouse, your dog. Whatever Your reason is remember wearing a seat belt is the best way to protect yourself into crash visit beltless dot c o d o t dot gov and find the reason to buckle up. I'm John Morrissey on Kaylie News Radio. Live everywhere on the I. Heart radio app Fox, 31 Pinpoint Whether partly cloudy tonight Low 61 94 tomorrow. Arrow. It's 92 degrees in Denver. Si dot is pleading with us. If you want to get to the mountains this weekend had North or South away from the wildfires. The closure of I 70 through Glenwood Canyon is filling up other roadways across the street as traffic works the long way around the Grizzly Creek fire some of those roadways that normally don't carry interstate type traffic. Are experiencing that right now today and will continue through the weekend. And as long as these fires continue on I 70 remains closed. Si dot spokesman Bob Wilson points to highways like 2 85 southwest of Denver, 40 in Northern Colorado. Highway 50 across the central part of the state are all much busier than usual. Because of the I 70 closure. It's an incredible battled really to fight the Grizzly Creek fire near Glenwood..

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"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I 25 to learn more Visit Express lays dot C o d o t dot gov I'm Rick Morgan on K Away. NewsRadio live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at Fox, 31 Pinpoint whether another hot day today and tomorrow, the highs both days in the upper nineties. Right now, we have 91 degrees. A D I. A wild fires on the Western slope are getting bigger. The Grizzly Creek fire near Glenwood Springs has burned 6200 acres that Pine Gulch fire just north of Grand Junction. It's burned 68,000 acres, and that fire is 7% contained. You can smell the fires, which is bad for everyone particulate matter being lofted into the skies by the distant fires, including ash and dust that is well getting into your lungs can cause irritation and ground level ozone, thanks to the bright sunshine, bombarding that air pollution, transforming it at the atomic level into an entirely new molecule of 03 That's ground level ozone. Fox, 31 meteorologist Brooks Gardener says there is no moisture in their future. The dress Out is full on the president's announcing a peace agreement made between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. President Trump announced an historic peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Speaking to reporters in the Oval Office, Trump said after 49 years, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will fully normalize their diplomatic relations. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors and begin cooperation across the board. And on a broad range of areas including tourism, education, healthcare, trade and security. The president said there would be a formal signing of the agreement at the White House in the coming weeks. Catherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington.

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"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"grizzly creek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio. Hard radio. Thursday edition of Colorado's Morning news here on news Radio. April ZESBAUGH Marty Lens Fox, 31 pinpoint whether 64 right now today gonna be in the upper nineties. Not going to see any relief from the heat until possibly Sunday, the forecast dipping down into the upper eighties. We've gotta wildfires wildfires rather blowing up in western Colorado, The Pine Gulch fire now estimated. And get this nearly 60,000 acres. It's burning near Grand Junction near Glenwood Springs. The Grizzly Creek fire is burning in Glenwood Canyon. It's grown to more than 4600 acres and it 0% contained incident. Commander Jarod Hone our number one concern. Ensuring the public safety and are firefighter safety. Then we're also looking at infrastructure and also homes. We want to ensure that we try to do the best I can to protect People's livelihoods, their homes and that's a very high priority forces. Well, the I 70. Closure in that area is also a concern, Also by 70 Corridor, huge infrastructure program for this area community tourism, trying to get that quarterback. And also the railroad tracks, he says with other fires nationally, allocation of resource is is starting to grow thin, especially with aviation assets. If you are traveling out West, si dot is advising people to stick to the detour around because it could lead to even more headaches. Kaylie news radio check collecting us Live with those details pretty. It's a pretty detour. Pretty long, the Grizzly Creek fire caused folks to hit independence pass and that quickly became a big headache. Since Monday. Pitkin County deputies have turned around over 75 trucks because they're just too big vehicles over 35 feet long. Aren't allowed on any past about didn't stop some of the big rigs from giving it a shot and that resulted in multiple vehicles getting stuck. I saw pictures of people trying to drive through mud roads and getting stuck and Now there will be officials up there in the past, making sure no one gives that ago. Ironically, the cost of the Grizzly Creek fire may have been a spark from chains or passing traffic. Well, there isn't any getting through now. And it's 2 85 2 US 52 grand junction from Denver or book a flight. Clark News radio. Thank you, Chuck three North metro firefighters taken to the hospital after battling a brushfire west of Anthem Ranch on Boulder County Open space. Our partners at Fox 31 report. The firefighters are suffering from it. Issues related to extreme heat and smoke. Two engines were damaged while fighting that fire The band Emmick Front and center at the first campaign events of new running mate Kamala Harris alongside former VP Joe Biden. It was a V P reveal, unlike any other in recent memory, no crowds to cheer the candidates onto the convention. Just a high school gymnasium was socially distance chairs for reporters and staff is a result of covert 19 focal point of the candidate's message to voters as they criticized President Trump's handling of the crisis. There's a reason it has hit America Worse. Than any other advanced nation. It's because of Trump's failure to take it seriously. From the start..

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