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Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

"Sized sale auctioneers in France are getting ready to sell the skeleton of the world's biggest triceratops. Known as Big John. Just the skull is more than eight FT. Long and six FT. Wide, Big John was dug up in South Dakota in 2014. Now someone will dig deep to be his new owner. Bidding is expected to reach more than $1.5 million. Right now. On Wall Street, the

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Rage Against the Machine Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Rage Against the Machine Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

"Is asking the music industry to help get female guitar players out of Afghanistan, the rage against the machine guitarist advocating on behalf of students at a music school in Kabul. It's called Girl with a guitar, he says, Since the Taliban took over, the girls are in hiding. I can't believe I'm even

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'Rage Against the Machine' Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

'Rage Against the Machine' Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

"Asking the music industry to help get female guitar players safely out of Afghanistan. The rage against the machine guitarist is advocating on behalf of students at a music school in Kabul called Girl with a guitar. He says, since the Taliban took over, the girls are in hiding 7 18

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Senators Call on VA to Help Veterans Struggling With Mental Health

Lewis and Logan

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Senators Call on VA to Help Veterans Struggling With Mental Health

"Attacks in Afghanistan and the Taliban takeover are affecting the mental health of many veterans who served their congressman Tony Gonzalez, a Republican from Texas is one of them. And he has a message for his fellow vets to my brothers and sisters that bought in Afghanistan. We did our part. We kept America safe from terrorism. For two decades, the Department of Veterans Affairs says. Calls to the veterans crisis line have steadily increased since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in mid August.

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400,000-Year-Old Elephant Bone Tools Unearthed in Italy

Mandy Connell

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

400,000-Year-Old Elephant Bone Tools Unearthed in Italy

"Researchers say they've identified 98 tools from a site in Italy dating back 400,000 years. The tools come from the femurs and other bones from an extinct animal called the street tusked. Elephant, the researchers say the sites residents made the tools with a systematic, standardized approach, similar to an assembly line.

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Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

"Its CEO, How does having a really good week? Tim Cook got more than five million shares of Apple stock and sold most of them for more than $750 million. This is part of the compensation that cooked out when he took over as CEO 10 years ago. The

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Scientists Hope to Find Life on Earth-Like Planets Covered in Oceans

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Scientists Hope to Find Life on Earth-Like Planets Covered in Oceans

"Love space stories, a new class of earth like planets could lead to the discovery of life outside our solar system. Astronomers at the University of Cambridge say that could be possible. Within a few years, They found planets that resemble earth with hydrogen rich atmosphere is covered in oceans, a co author of the study says. It's exciting that habitable conditions exist on such planet. And of course, you know they will because it is so expansive that there is something else out there. If it's not life similar to ours, there's places where there's Types of life, right? No, it's just it's in fact, the role to think that we are the only thing out here. We're not. I say we're not. We're special. We're not that special because we like to say six or

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Don Everly of Early Rock ‘N’ Roll Everly Brothers Dies at 84

Broncos Country Tonight

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Don Everly of Early Rock ‘N’ Roll Everly Brothers Dies at 84

"Don Everly, Half the pioneering Everly Brothers whose hits like Wake Up, Little Susie, impacted the Generation of rock and roll, died at home in Nashville Saturday. According to his attorney and family spokesman Don was preceded in death by his brother Fill in 2014. Don Everly was

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Tens of Thousands Wait in Afghanistan as Evacuations Continue

Financial Awakening

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Tens of Thousands Wait in Afghanistan as Evacuations Continue

"In Kabul for President Biden to deliver on his promise to evacuate all Americans and Afghans who aided the war effort. Pandemonium outside Kabul airport as terrified Afghan families and Americans attempt to leave the country. President Biden varying this. All Americans will be evacuated from Afghanistan, but many Americans still not able to make it to the airport on Thursday, three Chinook helicopters picking up 169 Americans at a hotel just 200 yards from the airport. After a large crowd prevented them from walking there. That's a B C's Ian Pennell

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Alabama Hospitals Have Run out of ICU Beds

Mandy Connell

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Alabama Hospitals Have Run out of ICU Beds

"Alabama is out of I C u beds, State health officer Dr Scott Harris says. They've converted other rooms into makeshift ICUs. While some patients well, they're being forced to wait in the ER until a bed becomes available.

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Internal State Department Cable Warned of Kabul Collapse

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Internal State Department Cable Warned of Kabul Collapse

"Agency officials In the Biden administration about the potential collapse of Kabul soon after the US established in August 31st deadline for troop withdrawal in Afghanistan. The Wall Street Journal says the cable warned of rapid territorial gains by the Taliban and offered recommendations on ways to mitigate the crisis and speed up an evacuation. Ohio Republican Congressman Brad Win Strip. We need to look back and we need to look at who said what? And you know what was our intelligence. What did the military advised the president? What types of things were being done? The memo urged evacuation flights for those with special immigration visas to start no later than August. 1st. As of last weekend. Some 18,000 Afghans who have applied for the program, as well as their families remained on the ground in Afghanistan, with about half of them outside Kabul in areas already under Taliban control. And efforts to get them to the Kabul airport have grown more difficult by the day. The Texas

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American Airlines Extends Ban on Alcohol Sales to Main Cabin Passengers Until 2022

Mandy Connell

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

American Airlines Extends Ban on Alcohol Sales to Main Cabin Passengers Until 2022

"Airlines is not bringing back alcohol sales anytime soon. The airline suspension of domestic main cabin alcohol sales is being extended through genuine 18. The alcohol suspension is because of rowdy passengers.

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US Air Force Investigating Afghan Civilian Deaths at Kabul Airport

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

US Air Force Investigating Afghan Civilian Deaths at Kabul Airport

"Force is investigating the deaths of several civilians that the Kabul airport on Monday They're also investigating whether civilians spell from the plane as it was taking off and the human remains discovered in the wheel well of an aircraft. Air force officials say the plane is currently impounded. The

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Foo Fighters Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test for Concert Attendees

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Foo Fighters Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test for Concert Attendees

CDC Backs Third Vaccine Dose for Immunocompromised People

Mile High Retirement

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

CDC Backs Third Vaccine Dose for Immunocompromised People

"Are now available for immuno compromised Americans. The CDC officially recommending vaccine booster shots for the estimated seven million Americans with vulnerable immune systems just hours after the announcement. Walgreens and CVS, announcing they will administer third doses to eligible patients of the nation's top health officials say More research is needed to determine whether the general public will also need a third shot. ABC's

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U.S. Senate Pivots to $3.5 Trillion Bill, Key to Biden's Agenda

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Senate Pivots to $3.5 Trillion Bill, Key to Biden's Agenda

"Couple of massive infrastructure measures have passed the Senate late last night. It was the $3.5 trillion budget blueprint to improve human infrastructure that after easy passage of the $1 trillion plan to fix roads and bridges, The president says the plans will put people back to work makes key investments that will one create millions of good union jobs all across the country in cities, small towns. Rural and tribal communities. Now the House must approve the larger of the two packages before they vote on reconciliation. In the

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Senate Moving Forward on Biden's $3.5 Trillion 'Human Infrastructure' Plan

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Senate Moving Forward on Biden's $3.5 Trillion 'Human Infrastructure' Plan

"C going for it all. This is a very good day. We have come to an agreement. After all. Long, hard negotiating the stops and starts. We're here. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is the Senate is ready for a final vote on the $1.1 trillion infrastructure plan. But that's not all. Wait. There's more. The Democrats are introducing a $3.5 trillion budget resolution that addresses most of President Biden's a debt agenda. And right now we're looking at the political fight ahead on that, with ABC News contributor Sarah Isgur So Sarah, at least looking at the $1.1 trillion bill a lot of bipartisan support, and some said that that President Biden back when he was saying this could get done was You know, kind of, you know, being whispering in the clouds not realistic, but it looks like it's close to getting done. Finally so we could have up to 18 Plus Republicans voting Yes, at 11 A.m. Today in Washington, D. C, including Mitch McConnell, the Republican minority leader. What makes it all the more impressive is that Donald Trump has repeatedly said that Republicans need to vote against this bill. It gives Joe Biden a win that he didn't get. And he wants them to vote. No. And you have 18 plus Republicans, basically ignoring the former president, which is a an interesting break within the Republican Party. At the same time. Once this bill passes the Senate, it will go to the house where Speaker Pelosi has said She's not going to bring it up for a vote because she wants to see the $3.5 trillion spending deal. Get voted on first. So the bite administration, you know, it's one step forward two steps back. It seems like for his goal of a bipartisan infrastructure deal that he can actually put his signature on well back to these

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Rockies Say Fan Was Yelling at Mascot, Not Shouting Racial Slur

Big Al and JoJo

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Rockies Say Fan Was Yelling at Mascot, Not Shouting Racial Slur

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The KO Iraqis radio network. Here's the latest from KOA News Radio, a bizarre story out of Jefferson County today. Emergency crews responded to two separate hot air balloon crashes. Jeffco sheriff says one balloon crashed while trying to land near the swim beach at Chatfield Reservoir. Three passengers were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. The sheriff's Department says it believes a strong gust of wind caused that crash. A second crash landings reported at Waterton Canyon. No injuries were reported in that incident. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is part of a coalition of mayors from several major cities Calling for reparations for African Americans. Leaders of 10 cities nationwide have organized a national committee to push for reparations and advisory committee will set up a local reparations pilot project. This Rockies News update is sponsored by Colorado Farm Bureau insurance You deserve more. You deserve a promise. Cfb insurance dot com. I'm Tom Mustard on KO a news radio. Well, the big problem remains up, nor the crash site 25 C, um, quite a while ago. Highway seven or 165th Avenue, causing major delays North Baron and South Beyond pretty heavy traffic North 25 from Santa Fe up to Colfax, and we have a rule of our crash at Dry Creek and Holly. This Rockies Traffic update is sponsored by Colorado Farm Bureau insurance. You deserve more. You deserve a promise. Cfb insurance dot com I'm Bill Jones on K Away news radio. A motorcycle riders. It's Rick Lewis here. Did you know that 38% of all motorcycle crashes involve riders with no motorcycle endorsed license? By successfully completing a motorcycle skills course It waves the DMV. The testing requirement to receive.

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here to game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now.

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here the game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty.

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here. The game now on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here. The game now on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here. The game now on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here game now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies game here. The game now on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Due to major league baseball restrictions. We are not allowed to stream today's Colorado Rockies.

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Americans here on KOA NewsRadio Jerry Schimmel with you with Andy lower used the head football coach at Columbine high school, and if you caught the first segment, and he talked about his experience at the shootings in on April. Twentieth of nineteen ninety nine an anti described that that that scene and getting over to Lee would elementary school, which is very nearby exactly where it's at. And by the way, I've had the the blessing of meeting. Casper knobs, mom, a couple of times and. When you finally got home that night and kind of got an idea of what had happened. What went through hit? You know, we still do not know a lot even that night even up to the next day. They never released names. And we didn't know how many people, you know, is mentioned over at lea- would elementary in the gymnasium and those were the the families that were still waiting for their their kids. And so, you know, there's probably eight of them the families that were there and still hoping for their kids. Come back. We add some kids that that came back over there that actually fall one or two of them that were shot, and we knew that parents right there. We'll we're not the ones that break the news about that. But you know, I didn't realize I want, you know, casper and all her uncle, and I went to to say Bernadette together as young kids, and he was in the gym waiting, and what are you doing here and his my niece Cassie? And so you start putting things together MAC the characters like have you seen Matt? No, I haven't seen. I haven't seen anybody yet. You know? So but living back those are just those families. Again, we didn't know even that night. Who was still missing kids were coming over from Columbine library from all over the place or maybe back with their friends, and like I said, there's no cell phone. So people are still trying to track each other down at the time. So even getting home, I know when I went overly would I try to call my wife, and she was out, and I called my parents, you know, and and talk to my my mom and my dad, and they were worried that was I think one of the the first years of of nonstop, you know, CNN just live all the time. And I think that was the kind of what launched the, you know, twenty four hour news type things, and so they saw everything unravelled on the TV while we never we never saw anything on the TV. So we didn't we still didn't know we were you know, kind of in the dark on it. So getting home, obviously. Yeah, you're. Your wife and and your family members. They know my brother's the one that came and picked me up. We were not able to get our automobiles for probably three or four days. They were to the school, and it was all trying seen so you know, people to leave their purses and and all their belongings in the building. And until they open up for us later on that week to be able to go get it. So, you know, obviously, you you're just you're rattle. You're scared. You know, fear just comes across you know, that you're not thinking as clearly like you have a strategy for everybody's kind survival. There's teachers that have stories of of gravity thing. The thing closes to them to be able to protect themselves and people grabbing, you know, three three ring hole punches or or you know, stapler, you know, I was in the after the police officers, they'd say, here's my keys. What do you want me to do? And they get your by down stay down. So there was a baseball near me. So that was my that was my weapon of choice that I was gonna, you know, pay somebody I can hit the Brazil bar. But but that was my safety. So those are all the story where people like, geez. This kind of what I grabbed at try to protect so. Yeah, we still didn't know anything until probably later on the following day. They started releasing some names. When you saw the name catcher on your players. You remember that? I do I do I do remember and they released Matt and released all the kids, you know. And and there's a couple of you know, there's some situations where at le- would there's a guy that I grew up. I went to high school with and he was a Denver police officer. And he said, Andy I was in. I it's bad. They're they're thirty people. Plus that are killed up. There is bad. And so you start hearing some some kids at, you know, descriptions kids who you think gosh they were killed in. We end up is funny that I guess it's ironic that the first thing that people are trying to do is kick out of schools and kicked God out of out of you know, businesses and all that, but the first places that we went were to churches, and the church was the first place to open up their doors. And and so that night after the would we went over to to light of the world Catholic church and just went over there to pray and looked up. And I thought there was this girl that I thought by description where her sister or two of them that were ver- dead. And and there they were all right in front of me. And so you just your prayers and you're trying and and happy to see the kids but still just fearful of not knowing who. And so the next day knowing that there's thirteen victims part of it was better than having thirty or forty or fifty victims. But it was thirteen victims that we we miss and we missed to this day and feel horrible for their families. And they're still part of our our community, and in, you know, their support is help us out through all these years of it. But we miss their their kids. Just like they do. Matt catcher was one of the players your players that was killed as well. It was a teacher. You mentioned named Dave Saunders. We have mutual friend micro who actually worked here for a long time at at iheartmedia. And he was in that room. Dave Saunders, and basically watched your friend. I guy was that. They Dave was an education as a teacher and a coach for many years and kids love Dave Dave coach softball coach track. He, you know, just made an impact around her building. And Dave Dave died as a hero where he was down in the Fabu Lange watching win it all went down. And so he went running back up stairs to go and go try to put a stop to it. You know, as teachers we think you can say, hey, stop it. And they're going to stop all he went running upstairs and saw them coming in. And that's when day was shot was prior to go up to be able to do something. And that's kind of role that he was in the kids that were in that Bill. In that room with him for that afternoon that he's and his last hours and minutes with I know, those those kids are special people, I know that they talked about his family, they pray together with and they did a lot of things. And and I think if any of us ever passed we just want to know that people are are with us that that love us and in our with all the time with it. And so I know Mike and those kids just I know it's been a long hard road with them and that experience at the same time. I think that as a family member and somebody who would do that you just be so thankful and bless for Mike and all those kids on sharing their their those last minutes they and cherish those and just be able to know that our priest. You are Mike is very open about it. I probably talked about as well. But I've heard the story sober and over a couple of beers. A couple of times with Mike Tolan as tells the same thing you said we're in this classroom. And his chaotic and Dave Saunders comes bursting in and he locks the door behind said everybody get down. And then he collapses. Regained consciousness little bit later on. But that was him that you you described to hear right there. Andy, absolutely, absolutely. And there's so many teachers in there was. Teachers in the science department that we're kind of going out and keep an eye on where those two guys were in keeping kids protected, and they were running back and forth between offices and tell them people to stay down. And so there was so many Theresa Miller who who passed after that with cancer. But there was so many heroes in that building. What do we had a custodian who you know, is just an unsung hero that was that was spying on those two guys and in track him down, and then they would go. He would go up and up doors and get kids out of the auditory in different places, and they were jump over over the top into our common some probably ten foot drop or so that when they turn around and saw him. So you know, that was his name is J and J was just like I said an unsung hero that was going in and getting kids off into save places and rescue and kids a lot of great stories out there and a lot of blessings, you know, since then, but they how are are all school and community has rallied. -gether in the whole nation to be honest with you Andy lowers my guest this morning in amazing Americans. He's a football coach at Columbine high school. You wanna championship that fall after the shootings, which we're gonna talk about when we come back and how that team rally together? Like Andy said the community rallied together. And he's my special guest on amazing Americans today on KOA NewsRadio. We'll take a break in a second. Andy curious, are you still close to the character family? Yeah. Join in. Yes. They are. They're they're doing they're doing well doing well. They're part of our documentary that that were putting together. So it's been great to reconnect with them. And they were at the state championship game. When we wanted that fall too. So where we're able to to stay in touch. Good stuff. Anti lowers my guess, we'll take a break on KOA NewsRadio. KOA.

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"KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Well, you know, this is one of those shows for the archives. I think great work by the author CARA Robertson, we asked her for three hours in she's on the east coast on her tour. She was kind enough to accommodate I I couldn't get a fourth out of her. But I know that I also couldn't ask you all to not opine or to question. Some of the things we brought up earlier about the trial of Lizzie Borden. So we'll go to open lines and continue the conversation. Of course, you're always welcome to weave in something else about I it's on a wildcard line Mimi in Midland, Texas on coast to coast AM. Hey, Mimi guilty or innocent on Lizzie Bordon. Circumstantially I would say guilty. And especially what we've learned in recent years about that family. Well, there's a neuroscientist he did the original work with M R. I F got it on a grant at a maximum security prison to find out what's the energy, pattern wise and serial killers. And he went home to a family hotel on the family all about the research and his eighty plus year old mother popped up and said why you're dealing that. Check all of us because we're direct descendants of Lizzie Bordon. Okay. But the direct descendants because wait a second. She she didn't have any kids. I don't know that M did either. I don't know that her sister did. But I get your point so related to the board and family somehow, this is out of his own mouse. Anyway. Seriously. And the family and by their some soccer bass in the family. There's also later murders that happened in the board and family, but not to do with Lizzie. Oh, interesting. And he admired this man because he is allowed himself a psychopath, which no one. I mean, they always knew he was different. They didn't think it was that. And he's allowed himself to be research his murder threw out that a psychopathy for for murder based on some sort of. Biochemical structural problem in the brain of the Borden family. On my screen. It says here locks on all doors. What did you mean by that? I have heard that. There was not a random in that home that didn't have multiple lock. And I've always found that curious, you know, that came up earlier. So you may have missed that part. When you're having the conversation CARA was talking about she had the plans from the the architectural plans, the layout of the house, and you're exactly right. And she even mentioned that there were these sort of unusual. Door situations where they were locking each other out at I never thought of that till I saw it on my screen that maybe that's an indication that they were all suspicious of each other or that one of them or more of them could have been suspicious of Lizzie and and therefore in order to sleep at night. They they all wanted locks on their doors to keep away from each other. I hadn't made that connection. But there is this very hinky thing about a house that's small with all of these locks on the doors, even the and everybody being compressed into the same space. Are those have really interesting observation? Thank you made me. Let me go to let me go to Tim in Boston on a wildcard line on coast to coast, Tim guilty or innocent for Lizzie Borden. I think that's an event based on actual lack of blood evidence. Because Mudd is very messy. It gets in your hair fingernails everywhere. And nobody said anything about tracks or fingerprints or any other out evidence of outsource. Well. I mean fingerprints should there would have been all over the house for her. So that wouldn't have been. Well. Clean something up. There's there's there's there's just leave a trail something. It's fair enough. I mean, but even so even if she had touched blood in the house by seeing her father or her stepmother that would even they're just even explained a little bit. But your point on the forensics is taken there really was very little evidence. And I think as pointed out that's kind of the deciding factor. The even though we're talking about the rudimentary days of forensic crime science. There's nothing that backed up the claim of guilt on Lizzie Borden. And that's why you know, the people often go with the she was naked. When she when she committed the crimes, and or that, she was covered in a sheet or something like that. But they never found a sheet. And so that goes back to your point about the lack of blood evidence. And I do think that's fairly exculpatory. And maybe even today it never would have gone past. A, you know, the the inquest that they had for the for the deaths. It may have just been right then and there. They just decided well, they would have to have blood evidence. And there's none. So we can't proceed I don't think there's still should have been at least. What prints? You'd think. No, I'm with you one hundred percent and there just weren't. And I think that's really the interesting case about since they're since there were not footprints of any types in blood, or whatever that that would point to her innocence. I think you're you're exactly right on a wildcard line in California. Open lines on coast to coast AM, John. Yeah. So so basically, my my great grandfather wrote a book called psychic phenomenon. And basically, his his hypothesis was was that the subconscious mind is what drives a spiritual. He basically went around, and basically, you know, analyze like seances first hypnotism, and he was very much against the way people were taking advantage of books published in eighteen ninety three name was Thomas J Hudson. And so I've taken to that this. I tried to extrapolate it and started looking at like cases of, you know, poker Geiss cases of of you know, possession and so forth, and I've been working on my own hypothesis extended to say, yeah, you know, if you look at what people in Vancouver police force. We're looking at poker guys causes and so forth. What if you have a situation where essentially the her her her conscious mind got so deep down so hopeless that essentially her subconscious mind using as crazy as it sounds like telecom medic abilities, actually was the one that actually committed the accident self and was done. So in hidden from her conscious mind, as we know the subconscious mind can hide things when it wants to. Yeah. This is. Its own. Crude way was kind of proffered at the time. It it certainly has come about become more popular since then that this was represented a major fracture. And you really if you look at at Lizzie borden's life afterward. She I mean, she stays in town. Right. She doesn't move all the money in the world. And she buys a modest house with plumbing and electricity. But she never leaves the very town where people sneered at her with suspicion. And she stayed right there. And I was so that was sort of an interesting psychological reflection. If you hate the fact that people can't stop thinking of you as a murderer. Why stay why? Why why key to really excellent point? Because I mean, well, certainly people with social tax or or other problems might have more detachment. The truth is is that when someone has confidence in what they believe. They don't care what anyone else says, it's only when you having security is about what you believe that you really care. So obviously, she didn't chew believe bothered by one said, so whether she was diluted or correct, she did not believe she did anything wrong. So guilty or innocent, John. Innocent assuming that you believe what I said, but because causes cause and direct action is wreck action you could easily have ruled or especially in that time guilty because there was no one there it happened because of her existence. You know, this this spr speaks to this argument that people have about evil that they somebody has been overcome by an evil spirit and many people make this claim. Oh, there's no way that they did it sanely. And did that they committed this crime because because they had evil thoughts. But that's not really their fault. And I think that's I think that you know, here we are with the legal system that sort of has to go one way or another. You can't have you can't have guilty but innocent by reason of evil thoughts like possession by the devil or everybody could make that claim. So it does come down to the physical body having committed the crime, even if the mind wasn't intentional. And or what we usually call that is that you know, that falls under the category of of of innocent by reason of insanity. But they never offered that they just simply said. Nope, innocent period. But John appreciate that really enjoyed that. You're smart guy, east of the Rockies. Sean is in the L on coast to coast AM, Sean, hey, how you doing tonight doing all right guilty or innocent. I say innocent of everybody else. Just before we kind of discovered it the evidence is circumstantial, even if she had taken her clothes off. There would have been a basin. Or a towel or something with blood on it from reclaiming or body. Yeah. Well, there was see that's because there's no running water in the house right in that sense. You have a wash basin with with with with with with with a pitcher. I have I have one. I still have one slot pots. I've lived in a house with no running water that make you feel somebody because the neighbor has it, you know, it's funny. The last time I I think well, maybe not the last time I saw when I think the first time I ever saw house without running water was just outside of Atlanta. I lived in. I lived in Georgia for a long time. And it didn't take long like like, fifteen minutes out of town going up four hundred and we were going to something. I can't remember what it was. And we went past a bunch of what were existing tar paper shacks, and they're all over down here. Yeah. But I mean, it was you know, how it is in Atlanta. They were like they were fifteen feet away from some dollar mansion where you know, it was these beautiful six with the BRIC brick and face front and then three sides, citing. And I mean, they were right next to those. But it was just the smallest little house on the edge of a golf course. And somebody told me later on the didn't even have running water. I have a quick time for a off topic comment about Wright Patterson. Sure. Okay. Friend of mine, I've had a couple of sightings of my life, a friend of mine who is very elderly. I help out. Sometimes he was blind gentleman had a friend of pass away several years ago who basically gave them a deathbed confession. The guy's been in the air force. He'd worked on like astronaut uniforms and equipment and stuff. And eventually he got to Wright Patterson. He told my friend and basically a deathbed confession because nobody because he informed never the hell anything again he'd been stationed there. They were real you've seen them in Madame not. He couldn't tell any more that was it got passed on me a few weeks ago. There was a deathbed confession in the case of Lizzie Borden. The the maid. Bridget Sullivan had supposedly death bed can confession to her sister. That said she lied under oath. They never explained what it was she lied about. But she said apparently on her deathbed that she wanted to get that offer chest that she lied under oath..

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"By just inputting KOA as they're a coupon code starring. Oh, nice of you to do that. That's great. We've got about a minute and a half left here L A. But once the event is over what we do next. So of course, we always encourage attendees to advocate for and make informed decisions about their health. And if they're interested in learning more about clinical research participation they're always more than welcome to visit the script web site. That's C I S as in Sam CRP dot org. We're always happy to share educational resources with them. And I'll just mentioned to real quickly about the appreciate on. We're awarding prizes to our spirited teams. Biggest individual cheerleaders top fundraisers, and we'll be hosting roaring throughout the month of February. And we're raffling off some fun prizes. Like air pods giftcards, fitness, and here packages and sports personality and some other kind of fun online promotion and folks in register as a team of up to five people or they could just do it as an individual. And then we can do multiple teams if they hashtag a similar name. We can keep track of them as an entire group. But we always encourage people to reach out to us anytime if they. More information. And I'm happy to answer any other questions. You got it. All right. I I like everything you've said here, you know, volunteers really have a choice how they want to participate. They get a Pat on the back because they get to know the results important to share this information with doctors who really might not have the ability to do some of these research clinical trials, so we're out of time here, but I want to thank you again for the appreciation on it is WWW med hero dot org. That's where you want to go. And you learn all about it. And ellen. I can't thank you enough for being with us this morning. Oh, thank you so much, and we hope that the KOA listeners will participate and show support for met heroes at WWW dot net. Hero dot org. Abs I'm sure they will. Thank you and continue. Great success. Thank you. Cheers. Well, this is KOA QNA. I'm Ed green..

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"With Michael Brown. You're on the radio on KOA NewsRadio. Six minutes after good evening. I'm John Kelder. I'm remember way back long time ago. I think he was trying to remember. Just after radio was invented. I actually used to talk to people on this station at this hour. Yeah. It's all starting to come back to me. I I used to talk on KOA. Now, maybe it was a dream. Probably just a dream. Give me a call three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five seven one three eight five eight five. Our last caller said. If the attack the rich the rich will restructure themselves. It's true. But what that really means is the rich will keep their resources. Away. They will take this incredible engine for creativity. This incredible fuel. For multiplying wealth, and they will just be very conservative with it. Thinking about it this way..

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

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"KOA NewsRadio time three oh. To a gun safety townhall this afternoon in Denver. New congressman Joan do's and the father of Columbine shooting victim, Daniel Mauser, Tom Mauser. Among the attendees Bill talk about strengthening the country's gun laws. The town hall this hour at the Washington street community center, Denver public school district formerly asking the Colorado department of labor to intervene in the labor dispute with the teachers union the union now has a ten day period to respond, Donna Benton is a mother of two children in Denver schools and tells CBS four she supports the teachers think that what they're requesting right now is absolutely reasonable. I think it makes up for a lot of what they haven't gotten over the years if the state does get involved in the dispute a strike that was set to begin Monday could be delayed for up to one hundred eighty days governor polish issuing a statement this week confirming he's not made a decision. Vision to intervene. A fifty two year old man's been arrested on suspicion of attempted. First degree assault of a police officer and reckless driving. Police say Jeffrey Huntley confronted a state patrol trooper yesterday afternoon near sixth and seems in Lakewood apparently intentionally ramming the trooper's cruiser with his pickup truck police say Huntley threatened the officer who then tased him both were taken to the hospital the trooper released it's unclear what huntley's injuries are. And they call it Puffer week next week marks the time each year insurance officials and police remind Colorado ones that leaving cars running in unattended while they warm up is illegal Carol Walker with Rocky Mountain insurance information association says that reminder is urgently needed for getting it. There's a real disconnect between people starting to understand. This is a real crisis in Colorado. We're seeing auto theft skyrocket. The dangers associated with it. Again, Puffer week next week next update at three thirty David KO KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

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"On KOA NewsRadio. Time to go to the phones we've been halfway through the show haven't gotten to a call. We're going to start in Somerset, New York. This is Kathy. Welcome great to have you on the network. Hello. Love you rush. And I am so embarrassed about governor devil incarnate coamo and the legislature of New York kilson gillibrand in Chuck Schumer, unsure were behind this also of killing babies it is a dark day when you kill a baby. And I'm just so upset I've been thinking of leaving for Tennessee. Ask you out, Kathy. Let me ask you a serious question is killing babies is that. I know that's gonna be the result. Here. Do you really think that is their intent here? I'm don't don't interpreted tone in my voice. I just do you. Do you think that is their intent to kill babies? It's obvious. Yes, there's serial killers. They make they're making it legal. I mean, everybody knows that premature baby can be five six months. Not you know, why why why do you think they want to do that? I think they want to control the population and bring in a third world countries and keep the weight babies in black babies. I think that they're going for a whole new world order. We know that. So they want to eliminate as many, quote, unquote, native born children as they can. And replace them with the flow of people we see from poverty stricken places all over the world. Exactly. Okay. I mean are ready. We've got a sanctuary state of New York. Buffalo in Rochester. No, no. I just I'm not disagreeing. I just I just wanted to make sure I understood where you're coming from. I appreciate the.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"KOA NewsRadio time ten thirty Torney general nominee, William bars. Standing up for the importance of the investigation into Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election bar facing questions in the first round of his confirmation hearing with the Senate Judiciary committee Barr says special counsel, Robert Muller should be allowed to finish his probe and that he should not be fired unless there's just 'cause Israel's defense force has completed its operation to destroy Hezbollah cross-border attacks in the north Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, threatening more strikes in tough rhetoric that began after President Trump's decision to pull US troops out of Syria get out of Syria fast because Israel's policy of going on the offense will continue quote without fear and without pause. That was the message to Iran from Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaking at a military ceremony Netanyahu dismissed Ron's claims that it has no presence in the war-torn. Country. Netanyahu's remarks come just days after he admitted Israel has bombed hundreds of Iranian positions in Syria. Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem. Our next update at eleven o'clock, David KO, KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Pretty much on a remarkable Dr on the metro area freeways, you've got an overnight roadwork causing any problems at the moment. There's no storms across Houston. Speeds pretty close to normal just about everywhere. I seventy looks good across town. Get nothing slowing down on C four seventy four seventy thirty six between here in boulder speeds normal. There's no delays on sixty Lakewood on I twenty five through the tech center. You've got new issues and pin boulevard to and from the airport. You're gonna make really good time. The CBS four weather after an overnight low of twenty five expected to be partly sunny tomorrow with a high of fifty tomorrow. Nice low route twenty eight then on Thursday, it's going to warm up to about fifty five with the low near twenty nine currently it's thirty I'm very, although on KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Twenty.

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"KOA News Radio time, seven thirty attorney general nominee, William bars. Standing up for the importance of the investigation into Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election bar facing questions in the first round of his confirmation hearing. He says special counsel Robert Muller should be allowed to finish the probe and should not be fired. Unless there's just 'cause Israel's defense force has completed its operation to destroy Hezbollah cross-border attacks in the north prime minister Netanyahu threatening more strikes in tough rhetoric that began after President Trump's decision to pull US troops out of Syria. Get out of Syria fast because Israel's policy of going on the offense will continue quote without fear and without pause. That was the message to Iran from Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaking at a military ceremony Netanyahu dismissed Ron's claims that it has no presence in the war torn country Netanyahu. Remarks come just days after he admitted Israel has bombed hundreds of Iranian positions in Syria. Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem. Our next update at eight o'clock. David Kay, okay. Away. Newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Struggles on southbound northbound two to five where we have an accident that's approaching I seventy that's going to back you up to Colfax and other accent is on southbound I twenty five on the off ramp to Bellevue. So be aware. They're also up north at north US US eighty five right at Colorado county road, eight.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"KOA NewsRadio time is three. Oh, two. I'm Roger Hudson an amber alert issued late Tuesday for teen who police say was taken from a parking lot. By her boyfriend is now been cancelled according to share it in police seventeen year old Samantha Herrera has been found in nineteen year old Ronnie Brown her boyfriend has been placed into custody. Police say the boyfriend has a history of violence in had access to weapons Harare had also had a protection order preventing Brown from contacting her John Elway has made the call Chicago Bears defensive coordinator, Vic Fangio will be the Broncos next head coach former Bronco's safety Steve atwater likes the choice everybody on the team, especially that defensive side. I can imagine those guys are you kind of jumping around wherever they are there on the beach are there in their homes. They're jumping around water says the Fangio will bring an aggressive approach to the defense. Some Colorado drivers will be getting a refund from the DMV. That's. After a computer, glitch, overcharged on license. Plate renewals spokeswoman, Sarah. We're says that it affected. Registrations expiring in December for a handful of model years absolutely committed to making it right for these people. We just haven't determined the way in which that is going to occur yet. So if you were overcharge, you do not need to take any action at this time, we will contact you letting you know, what the next steps will be you can't of course, look for more information on the Colorado department of revenue website. There's some rumors out there. The congressman Ken buck may be running for state Republican party chair KOA political analysts fluid surly. This is a very big decision for the Republicans, and they did very very poorly in the midterms and you don't want to their general rules. You don't want to wait. You wanna wanna get started right away? Throughly says it's unusual for a Colorado congressman to take on this kind of state party chair job, but bucks high profile would help him get the work done. Our next update at three thirty. I'm roger. Hudson. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"KOA NewsRadio time is to to Roger Hudson. An amber alert issued late Tuesday for a team who police say was taken from a parking lot. By her boyfriend has now been canceled. According to Sheridan police seventeen year old Samantha Harare has been found in nineteen year old Rodney Brown her boyfriend has been placed into custody. Police say the Brown has a history of violence and had access to weapons Herrera also had for a protection order preventing Brown from contacting her John Elway has made the call Chicago Bears defensive coordinator, Vic Fangio will be the Broncos next head coach former Bronco's safety Steve atwater likes the choice everybody on the team, especially that defensive side. And I can imagine those guys are you kind of jumping around wherever they are there on the beach are there in their homes. They're jumping around and water says if Fangio will bring an aggressive approach to the defense, some Colorado drivers will be getting a refund from the DMV after a computer. Glitch over overcharging, a license plate renewal fees spokeswoman, Sarah, we're says that it affected. Registrations expiring in December for a handful of model years. We're absolutely committed to making it right for these people. We just haven't determined the way in which that is going to occur yet. So if you were overcharge, you do not need to take any action at this time, we will contact you letting you know, what the next steps will be you can look for more information. It will come on the Colorado department of revenue website. There's some rumors that congressman Ken buck, maybe running for the state Republican party chair KOA political analysts Floyd really this is a very big decision for the Republicans, and they get very very poorly in the midterms and you don't want to their general rules. You don't want to wait you want to want to get started right away. Truly says it's unusual for a Colorado congressman to take a state political chair job, but bucks high profile would help him get the work done. Your next update at two thirty. I'm Roger Hudson. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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