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"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We had Debbie does doughnuts in Fort Collins. What was that, like? Was that like an X rated donut joint? What is that? Look that up? Debbie does doughnuts or maybe don't. I'm not looking it up on a radio station when that was in Colorado? Yes. For Collins. Oh, actually, I just found it. By the way the doozy is, ah, cuz is that does Oh, now, here's misty was a topless doughnut shop. By the way, That's what he looked at a pawn. Gotta work Computer. By the way, there's nothing no pictures here and it's if you type in Debbie Dio eat donuts. It gives you a description of what it wass. Do not click images. All right. So what did it get closed down? Obviously, yes, there was actually back in 2014. There was Michael Oh, there was 600 Vegas In June of UH 1989 More than 600 people flooded the Fort Collins High School gym for a rally. At which Larimer County Sheriff Jim Black referred to the donut shop as a front.
"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And thirteen ten KFI K. By the way banking off the stream media hysteria about the increase of a covert. Cases which is to be expected by the way well. Of course, we're going to be able to chart that increase as more testing becomes available a reference the fact that. Increases in Larimer County covid nineteen cases, threatens the continued reopening of the county. It's important not only to look at the aggregate number of cases, but the number of hospitalizations, which indeed they are doing in Larimer County. Now there are seven hundred forty eight, according to positive swab tests, seven hundred and forty eight covid nineteen cases in Larimer county probable cases, thirty eight suspect cases two. Two, hundred and eighty two these are as symptomatic folks with a positive antibody tests total deaths in the county. Stand at nineteen, but here's the hospital utilization number fifty percent. Keep in mind. Low risk is less than seventy percent. They're good there I, see you. Utilization however is sixty five percent. Low risk is less than seventy percent so It is getting close there as they consider. Their reopening schedule all right coming up looking forward to our conversation as always with the Greeley mayor. John Gates going to talk about that. Open Air Food Court how that's working out in downtown in Greeley. Thirteen ten KFI K. Greeley by best UNC bears targeting game coverage lives on thirteen ten KFI K..
"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Denouncing Zanan Kfi am thirteen ten Kfi K.. A. Dot com mornings. Gail fueled by great. Western petroleum live and local via the auto collision specialists studios all right, so did you watch the trump rally from Tulsa Oklahoma be interested in your thoughts on that nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten i. mean you had the mainstream? Lame stream media calling president trump always a super spreader I. Don't know it gets back to the hypocrisy here. which protests are acceptable in a time of cove nineteen, and which are not, and is there indeed? No, it's not rhetorical. Is there indeed a double standard here I mean? The media rarely cited the virus a during the social justice protests, but oh my gosh, the uproar over the trump rally, but asks the question. It begs the question. I should say did tick Tock and K pop K. pop is Korean. Pop vans sabotage the trump rally in Tulsa. It's kind of interesting. Oh. Yes, we haven't had. A HICFA knee of the day for quite some time, but after top Democrats gloated that teenage activists had sabotaged. At President Trump's. Oklahoma rally on Saturday. Trump campaign fired back within hours, saying that media organizations are complicit in spreading false narratives about the event and that protesters and the corona. Were indeed the real culprits Inter representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez specifically, asserting taking to twitter that teenagers allegedly reserved scores of tickets for the Tulsa Event Online, then failed to show up thus preventing others from being able to attend. Here's what a cause.' Oh Cortez road to. Trump campaign manager Brad Scowl referring to a popular Chinese video, sharing social media application actually. She, said debris I'd Brad. You just got rocked by teens on. TIKTOK now a spokesperson for the Tulsa Fire. Department said that fire marshal records so that just under sixty two hundred scan tickets were logged for the rally at the. Center the figure doesn't include trump's team. Staff members I believe six of them Oh. Yeah, this was e- latest outcry on the mainstream media was just kind of following this. In advance of the rally O- six campaign workers tested positive for Ovid. Oh, it's the end of the world as we know it. Because member I'm not making light of it and I'm not diminishing the number of people that have died as a result of cove nineteen, but this is a two tier to track conversation with. With more testing. You're going to get more positive results. Eighty to eighty five percent of US don't even know that we have it or we have the sniffles, or we have to clear our throat of APPs. We have a cough. Not Undermining the upward white of one hundred twenty thousand people across the country who have died from it, but you need to separate numbers in terms of testing from a spike in hospitalizations. I know I. Keep Repeating that, but it's important that we keep that in mind meanwhile. Back to this piece out of Fox News, guilty as charged, yeah, the president and his campaign this in advance of the rally at talented one million ticket requests, the area the arena's capacity is nineteen thousand scale for his part. countered by explaining the campaigns process for screening out false ticket requests, which was implemented after activists made similar efforts to derail previous rallies. It's not their first Rodeo. They know what's going on. He said leftists and online trolls doing a lap thinking they somehow impacted rally attendance. Don't know what they're talking about. Or how rallies actually work reporters, who gleefully about tick, Tock and K pop without contacting the campaign for comment behaved unprofessionally, and we're willing dupes. So the charade now here's something else to think about. If Cossio Cortez's claims about TIKTOK Richard. Well, wouldn't that represent? Unprecedented, foreign-based election interference that Democrats ordinarily claim to oppose because think about it tick. Tock is owned by the Beijing based Technology Company. Bit Dance Eight fifty-seven now thirteen ten KFI. Weber holes bored story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI, K..
"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"At accessories with player hair down. But how is the beauty business community? Let's take it from the macro to the micro house. The business community coming together to support one another in Greeley. Well everything is about collaboration and so downtown Greeley we try to make community that everybody wanted to did, and that's that we're still trying to. Do you know what the stores went to promote the restaurants and vice versa, and because the more people we can get down there. Of course we don't have our. Friday fast right now. Some all the other festivals. So we've done some marketing. maybe was unique, but you can't. You got it. That's our positive thing is trying to keep in front of the public and when they're ready to come out. We want them to know that we are ready. for me my hair salon. You know I booked the appointments far apart I'm always wearing a mask and everything is sanitized between every clients you know and so I had people from eight states last week there people are traveling and they are coming to downtown Greeley, so we appreciate that more than they'll ever know so. We're open and ready. You know it's interesting, and this is well kind of a negative slant on things, but I just come across a piece. from Estes Park, in which Obviously an international tourist destination, and sadly there was a car with an out of state. License plates up and Asda's, and there was a note put on the windshield that essentially said. Any other time we welcome you, but now and then it got kind of crass and vulgar. Want you to go away and you know it's really really sad because you've got businesses, estes park going. No, no, no, hang on, wait a minute. That wasn't us. We have no idea who that was, and we welcome you. So what is the temperature in Greeley when it comes to? Because as you said I, people from eight states are coming in What is the reaction from the business community? Row We want them downtown of course I I don't know if every business requires a mask, but people usually come in and say. Do I need to wear masks? and I I leave that up to you I will on your behalf. And I have a lot of mass I mean my my clothing. Companies weren't selling clothing for quite some time, and so they would use their remnants to make. The fabric math, good, old, American ingenuity and creativity. You gotTA. Love it. Yeah, we've all had to do that, so you know men and women and little kids. Little Kids Math. I don't know how keeping on a baby, but I do have some tiny so anyway you know people are are thinking about it, but they need to get out and feel good about themselves, and you know we've got a beautiful downtown, so we're ready for them to come back whenever they are ready. Linda winner ex owner accessories with the player in hair in downtown. Guerrillas look for that signature red awning again. Thank you for expressing.
"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Offices will be closed on election day. I made that announcement last year that I would forevermore closing on. On Election Day because of the need to utilize vehicle licensing workers to assist with the election, so please don't procrastinate with your vehicle, licensing transaction either June. The thirtieth is a grace period deadlines for those who had a May renewal, so they have a grace period until the end of June and so don't procrastinate. Bind yourself on June thirtieth without your Your tags that you need. And you must be reading my mind. Because falls squarely into that category, so thank you for the reminder yeah. Couple of other things scale you know. We found this year on the back of our envelopes. We had our printer. Put a hole on the back of the envelope this year. used to be that was on the front behind that whole. You'll notice that there's a bar code. And that code is used by the printer only to make sure they get the correct ballot with to the correct voter, and so what we've found this year is some of those whole gotten caught on postal processing equipment and having little tear at that whole. It does not indicate that somebody's trying to to know variously. Look at your ballot information. It simply is a processing challenge that we have this year, hasn't it is it's happened on quite a few ballot envelopes, but it doesn't indicate anything bad happening. It's just a a design flaw, a slight design flaw that we will look at for future elections. Good to know Angela Myers Larimer County. Clerk and recorder thank you so much for taking the time during a very busy time. Certainly do appreciate all the information and again just a reminder. If you haven't dropped that ballot in the mail today Angela is the last day calibrate me on that. Yes, last day is June thirtieth and one last thing to remember if you're an unaffiliated voter, and they make up our biggest block their county do not return more than one voted ballots. They receive both major party ballots in their packet. Only return one voted, or neither one will count. But today is the last day to drop your ballot in the mail. Right? Absolutely, Yes. Thank you so much Angela? Certainly do appreciate all you. Do you bet? It sixteen.
"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Well I know we're all a little off balance. These days a little out of step of his new to all of the changes that we have seen that have been wrought by cove nineteen all the restrictions so many asking what's open. What's close, but one thing that remains constant that June thirtieth primary election just eight days away. If I'm doing my math correctly and well, there's some things that you need to know. Join this morning by Larimer County, clerk and recorder Angela Myers, and so I welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it very much and. So Eloquently Well thank you. I appreciate that as well now. Things are a little bit busy for clerks, clerks and recorders around the state. Your no exception, right. No exception here and you know that's pretty much the way it is all the time but as. Election season. So. Tell us what we need to know. I wanted to ask you. Because here's what I did I did. I did my due diligence Angela because I live in Larimer County, I live in Loveland and so I went and dug through my mail baskets and yeah I found my balance. I've got my ballot, but it's too late to mail it right. Oh today is the last eight of male. Okay. Yeah, today's your last male Yep. All right, so I can still drop it in the mail and make sure that it's counted by then we get to the vote early portion of the conversation, which is a good thing early voting it's that's fine, but voting often not so much. We can still only cast one ballot. Against so eloquently said you are absolutely correct. It is time however to get that valley. You did receive in the Mail on its way to us. And if you don't put it in the mail, drop it in a twenty four hour, dropbox. And there's one in every municipality and Labor County and all across the county. So there's many opportunities for you and we can just go to your website. Right and get all those dropbox locations well absolutely, but even better, Gail. You can grab it out of your instructions. Voter instructions team your ballot. All information is right there. Your fingertips thing on looking. I'm looking at my. Why you are absolutely correct, thank you so much. Instruction reader, either and I always tell people. Have a lot of great insulin of Avalon. Exactly that's of like your last default position. Read the instructions. Gentlemen I'm talking to you. My friend I'm with you. All right now. What about the changes that? We have seen in terms of voting relative to covid nineteen. You know I'll tell you what Gail. The most important thing for people to remember. Is You know we have a wonderful system in Colorado views it don't go into a voter service and pulling center unless you absolutely have to get that ballot that you received in the mail back to us as quickly as you can. Don't wait until the day before they can just drop the twenty four hour box. You'd be to that Dave Election Day and what happens if you spoil it or you spill coffee on it now you end up vs because you waited too long for another solution so Please get those ballots into us before Election Day if you possibly can. As you bring up a very cogent pointed I am a coffee spill from a long way back particularly. If I'm wearing something white, I mean that that just narrows the timeframe and wished in which that white shirt is sullied, but what happens if you do, spill coffee on your ballot, or if your kids breakout the crayons and coloring on your ballot? You're going to want to contact our office. Nine, seven, four, nine, eight, seven, eight two. Two Zero and ask us let us know what happened, and we'll do our best to help you without your having to go into a voter service and pulling center whatever that might look like so give us a call I, 'cause we want to keep as many people out of that at that in-person site as we can, because of social distancing and covert so call us first, and you're going to want to replace that, Alad. All right. That's good to know Finally. There's a lot of. Consternation a lot of conversation about the efficacy, the safety, the security of mail in ballots, and I find it fascinating, because Colorado was kind of a trailblazer in that arena, right? Well. Absolutely we're one of three states across the nation that actually do mail balloting and have done it for a while. The other would be Washington. And Oregon and I. Tell You what we do. Have a wonderful system. I asked often about broad. I will tell you in Larimer County. I see nearly none of it when I do see someone who who crosses the line. It's usually someone who was confused. That doesn't matter Gail. However, confusion doesn't get you out of it. You still could visit from RDA but but you know usually what we see. Someone just got. You know life is happening for them. What happens to your brain? When you're when your wife ends up in the hospital emergency room or your child is is You know broke their leg or you poke something in your eye, you know people's lives are happening until they do stupid things when when their lives are full of other things going on, so, but that doesn't matter we still we still send him to. The and RDA is very. cares a lot about voter fraud and is very active and doesn't let those things go, which were very proud of. A friendly visit from the DA well. You really don't. Walk. Yes exactly and I'm sure I'm sure. The DA is a lovely individual, but yet when it comes to voting that something, we all take seriously so Dan. Yeah, despite the the noise that we are hearing across the country. Colorado's voting system mail in balloting. has proven to be very very safe. When it comes to fraud, you are absolutely right and I'll tell you what couple of things I wanted to let. Your listeners know about that are really important with respect to larimer county. All of our vehicle licensing.
"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Empty Metal seat with you. So many unanswered questions but Well we have clarity now because frontier airlines ditched that thirty nine empty seat offer well before it even got off the ground. Eight forty one now thirteen ten. Kfi A thirteen ten KFI K. A. Dot com mornings with Gail live local. Fueled by Great Western Petroleum. Where pizza by Joe Rubino out of the Denver Post Yeah The Denver based budget carrier Wednesday night pulled the plug on its more room sales offer. Where once again you could buy that middle seat on flights for thirty nine dollars and up and up deal was heavily criticised including by congressional leaders. So what frontier did do well. You had frontiers. Ceo Berry beautiful sending a letter to several congressmen saying his airline would rescind the more room pricing policy that was set to take effect on frontier flights Starting tomorrow the letter was apparently in response to correspondence from the leaders of both Houses of Congress. Earlier that day. Now here's what befell roads. We recognize the concerns raised that we are profiting from safety and that was never our intent. Well then why did you put this offer out on the table to begin with because it didn't seem like you were making a little bit more money in order to bolster? Its tough times for airlines these days but really taking advantage of Cova nineteen because whether be careful the message you sent. That's the bottom line isn't how isn't that how it was perceived? Isn't that how you saw it? When we talked about the fact that you could pay thirty nine bucks and procure that empty metal seed devil went on to say we simply wanted to provide. Okay enter enter the excuse phase of the analogy here We simply wanted to provide our customers with an option for more space. Okay then begs the question. Why not just give them more space? This text book at Pick Public Relations. Fail VIP went on to say we will leave the seats blocked which were associated with this project. product an honor purchases made by all customers who bought the product. That's more room product up until now. Hey I'll tell you what if you want to perhaps Put some bomb on the public. Relations wound Mr Bethel coming from a public relations. Background seems to me. What you might want to do is refund those who already paid the thirty nine dollars and up to procure an empty middle seat now..
"larimer county" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA
"Good Wednesday morning northern Colorado. Thanks for joining us here on. No Co now I am. Tanner swint. Mikey kilpatrick tune the production work. We are excited to be with you. once again to provide the latest and the most relevant information regarding cove nineteen some business changes and allowing this time for northern. Colorado to let their voice be heard. And we're excited to continue to do that fund. Show ahead of us again today. We'll talk with Kobe. Oh a little bit later on work our way through some news stories As there are a ton of those every single day And then we will talk with. Nicole Quin with United Way of Weld County We will highlight some of the some of the great programs that they are working through. Nicole is the volunteer engagement coordinator for United Way of Weld County. She'll be talking about the Mass Cup for Weld Mascot for well so we'll be talking with her later on in the program to Work through what? That is all about excited. Every time we get somebody on from United Way. I'm I'm always thrilled to get a chance to talk to somebody who plays a role in impacting our community. So so very much. Want to hear from you today as always nine seven zero three five three thirteen ten nine seven zero three five three thirteen ten or you can text in to that. Kfi Text Line at three one nine nine six three one nine nine six textures. All you have to do is text. Kfta to subscribe. And you'll be ready to roll. WanNa start the show off by talking about a couple of new stories That that was released here this first one from JC Marmaduke Out of the Colorado in Fort Collins considers requiring masks inside businesses to prevent corona virus spread. Now as we work our way through this article keep in mind. That larimer county has been much more Much more strict with their attack against corona virus with the lockdowns the stay at home order that they implemented They actually put in place before the statewide stayed home. Home Order. was put in place and was actually stretched longer than the statewide so Going we work through this. This is really doesn't come as any surprise for calling city manager and City Council. Want to require those masks and face coverings well inside businesses during the outbreak city manager. Darren atteberry brought up the idea which still needs to be fine tune in drafted into ordinance form at a city council remote work session Tuesday night council members expressed unanimous support city leaders agreed any requirement should reference face coverings not just masks so residents understand. They can easily comply without needing to buy personal. Protective Equipment meant for healthcare and frontline workers. This is something that I am actually relatively surprised that has not been a statewide ordinance yet. I the way that governor police has been pushing for this I am. I am surprised that we have not seen a statewide Mask wearing requirement. I and I know that he's felt pressure to do it but he has been hesitant to do it. Throughout this Cova nineteen pandemic. The Article Continues Council members Backed the idea of requiring face coverings inside businesses and ask staff for more information about how the city can encourage but probably not require a mask wearing in public spaces like parks and trail so this would just be inside of businesses. When you're going in to pick up you know what if it's food or you know some of these retail businesses opening back up the salons that Lopin up on Friday this is just saying inside of those businesses. It will be important for for you to be wearing a mask and we'll be required Possibly by Fort Collins Let's stay in Fort Collins. Larimer county area. This is big news again. Coming out of the Colorado Fort Collins icon holiday twin drive in plans for weekend opening a holiday twin drive. In of course been around forever a favorite of mine as well and they are opening Friday with the blessing of the Larimer County Health Department. Make sense right. You're you're not getting packed anywhere you're going to be in your car the entire time and They are ready to roll the Popular Collins. Venue is operatives is on an operating plan for addressing the crossovers to the health department on Monday that expected to be approved. It did get approved Public Health Director Gonzales told Kennedy Commissioners Tuesday the drive INS plans meet county and state requirements for maintaining safe social.
"larimer county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Just going to meetings, but is protesting that the group. Because around that time something called amendment two was proposed in Colorado, the amendment bans or repeals any state or local law that protects homosexuals from discrimination. Up in Colorado. So we got ourselves pretty organized. I went to larimer county Republican convention thing on my God. Really? Oh, so you so you became something of an activist. I was a spokesman for the student. So you really found a home there? What I started waking up or being woke or whatever the term is. Start start eating too. I'm a lot more won't now than I was then. There was one problem though, living as a gay, man. I was at that time. Dana was not gay. They felt at home as a gay man, but they were mostly attracted to women and towards the end of college in their late thirties hurt school working in the fibers department. Doing my studio clashes woman. Winnie kept coming in watching me work. She got the Romi I got to know her. And we started dating we got married, really. And seven we got divorced. Yeah. Didn't work out. We both had issues we weren't dealing with Dana says this period of their life up through the marriage and through the end of it. It was very confusing. They're just trying to figure out where they stood and they were trying all these terms like. Also prayer. How did that idea?.
"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The air this morning more than a thousand flights canceled airlines issuing flight waivers to travelers affected by the storm. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time seven oh. To some in Capitol Hill say they're concerned about the number of cars that are jumping curbs and running into houses and buildings. Walk. Denver's Jill local Tory says Denver should make some adjustments to streets that the longer the city delays in reading redesigning streets to be safer for everybody. The more people who are going to be hurt. Neighbors in Capitol Hill safe for the fifth time a car has wound up in the yard of a home at thirteenth in Lafayette local story, telling CBS four certain streets, like thirteen should possibly be narrowed to slow traffic. Another suggestion is that one way streets like thirteenth be made to way larimer county deputies arrested three juvenile's after they drove a car straight at a deputy who was on foot. The deputy leaped out of the way, we were very poor Schnitt. The deputy was able to get out of the path of the vehicle. Jared Kramer with larimer county says a second deputy was able to use his car to pen the juvenile's car in the. Deputies had responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle in a remote part of larimer county early Saturday morning, some Colorado Springs families, got an early Christmas present thirteen families of fallen US servicemembers treated to an all expense paid week at Walt Disney World, Colorado Springs, mayor John Suthers were community that we've got.
"larimer county" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Do, you mean they won't? Answer my call they don't know well hold on now? There's a whole bunch don't there's a? Whole bunch, of difference in what you just said they don't know they won't answer. Your call or they, won't tell you well which one is it did you actually talk to someone at, the body shop Yes okay and you said you. Wanted to know. More details about it and they said we refuse to. Tell, you know I asked? Him who made the second claim and they didn't know And my insurance adjuster, said he was working on it good that's we need to rely. On, we need to know who made the claim that's the first thing. Debbie I promise you we want to help, you but you have to at least tell us who filed the claim we. There's. No. Way for us to help without you finding that out your insurance will know, somebody put the claiming, otherwise you're, going to refuse to pay it because you didn't put it in And then and. Tough daycare I don't know, how anyone's going to hold you responsible for a claim that you. Didn't, put in so they better tell you who put it in and. Please stay with us we'll give you a, phone number to call us back Suzanne just have her call us back but Information, you do now certainly they have to tell her her insurance company? Has to tell her who filed the claim if not flat out refused to pay for it three. Zero three seven one three talk and Ron the state electrical board simply doesn't. Show up for your final inspection did you do it. Yourself. Or did you have a licensed, electrician It had to be done. By license love it actually doesn't have to be done by a licensed electrician they let you? Do it yourself if you want to do it yourself as long as it's inspected but you had a licensed electrician and he called for an, inspection and, these, people, did, not show up actually. Called perform specs oh my goodness and they didn't show up did. They say they were coming, and did not show up four times Yep so this is costing you money why is this a final certificate of occupancy and you want to close. Out your construction, loan well it has to. Be done before we can get the certificate certificate from the county right So it's costing the electricity time and? There, have been very generous this isn't very rural this terrible on where are you located. Larimer Off the end. Of bull mountain in the sand creek listen I don't mind them delaying saying to you you know what we're, really busy urine line you'll be taken in order but to say four times. That they are showing up? And not show? Up one he got lost and the electricity offered to meet them. In the closest town. And what's the second one what's the? Second Okay but the election. Was already there but what? Else what else I couldn't? Find out why the other. Two, okay listen what's the guy's name, I don't have? The name Okay can? You do us a favor Again we wanna help we. Wanna call we need the guy's name we need to know who to. Complain about and who who scream about so we need the guy's name. And we need to know, the dates he did not show up and we're. Right. On my mother filed a complaint Electric has filed a complaint but that doesn't matter it's nothing happened. Right and the head of the larimer county building department filed a complaint okay Did they file did they file it. Against a person yes give me the guy's, name okay you're not, saying, because they all filed a complaint you..
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"A happy ending for the owners of a lost dog the search began at about nine forty this morning when a holland tunnel security guard spotted the schnauzer makes jumping into the hudson river the search continued for more than an hour before the the dog was finally found under a nearby peer the port authority says they've since track down the dog's owners and it appears that rosie had escaped from their home in chinatown and then ran twenty two blocks to the river the dog is microchipped and home again it sent out an alert they have now marked rosie found on their website a family is recovering after a bear attack in colorado the family of four was in a camping area and larimer county north of denver colorado parks and wildlife says a man was inside a tent that was trampled by the bear that man was taken to a hospital with injuries they believe the bear was likely attracted by food smells now tramps have been set up and officials are trying to track the bear to remove it from the area it's the second known bear attack in colorado this year correspondent alex stone reporting wins news time three thirty six as he swings through europe the israeli prime minister is finding strong resistance to at least one of his policy benjamin netanyahu's aggressive stance against iran is not gaining any support here the french finance minister in paris is told him that his country is pushing to maintain european trade with iran which is allowed under the nuclear deal earlier this week netanyahu met with french president macron and german chancellor merckel who both reiterated their support for the accord next stop for the israeli leader london correspondent tom rivers an investigation by a group of senate republican says the obama administration secretly sidesteps some sanctions kept in place after signing the thousand fifteen nuclear deal with iran according to the senate permanent subcommittee on investigations in two thousand sixteen the treasury department issued a license that would have allowed iran to convert nearly six billion dollars held a bank in oman into euros by first exchanging the money for us dollars they note that the license was legal but that the administration never told congress about it samantha b plans to address her controversial comments about trump but our tv show full frontal tonight previously be admitted she crossed the line with vulgar remark about the.
"larimer county" Discussed on Here & Now
"I know now talking to the border sheriffs that i work with on a regular basis and doing my own research that the number of children who are abused as their brought across the border the number of women that are raped the number of individuals who essentially are exploited coming across the border is outrageous when you really research that and so i think the attorney general's looking at that issues you know somewhat of a tough love to say you know what we've been pretty lax on our borders for quite some time and it has not solved the problem it can sound a little difficult to say we're gonna enforce the laws that are there but he nothing what i heard from general sessions says that he's going to go beyond the the laws that are authorized but i think we have these discussions we certainly have to understand the consequences of allowing this to go on and you have the coyotes bringing people across who are doing terrible things to these individuals and if it takes a little tough love put a stop to that it certainly may be something this country needs to look at well you call it tough love some people are calling it inhumane why i think inhumane is the number of rapes that go on the pictures of the rape threes down on the border with they've hung women's undergarments as they've been sect but that's being done by criminals not the us government and the way to stop those criminals is to secure the border it's happening because individuals are either seeking their way across the border being ferried and again keep in mind how many times these individuals coming across or breaking up families coming across because that's happening just as often if not more often than what's being talked about is the breakup once they get here jeremy sheriff where you are in larimer county colorado there is the city of fort collins and last year the city council approved a resolution to clarify that police cannot ask residents about their immigration status unless that information is required by law for cons has stopped short of becoming.
"larimer county" Discussed on WTMA
"Take that in from more pot dispensaries than they have starbucks mcdonald's and seven elevens combined in the city of denver since two thousand thirteen denver has seen crime spike the two thousand sixteen crime rate increased four percent the violent crime rate was up nine percent but the denver police say the data is inconclusive it's inconclusive and they do have all of these that's just a coincidence and look the advocates did say at the time that you'd expect crime rate to go down because people are mellow when they smoked dope but you see come a magnet for deadbeats and all of that good stuff if a marijuana dispensary is burglar burglarized that because it was a marijuana dispensary if it were a liquor store or a stereo store would it have been burglarized as well well i if people were looking for stereos or what whatever then yeah i would be but if people are looking to steal lots of pot then you see you don't rob a stereo store see how that works the data is so tough to nail down and say this crime happened because of marijuana it's just almost impossible to do that two years ago denver mayor michael hancock blamed illegal marijuana for drawing people to a pedestrian mall downtown where violent incidents were happening in one case a transient swung a pvc pipe at people nearby police did not classify that crime as marijuana related site remember the old saturday night live they go to central park to buy marijuana and get killed every time in fort collins colorado larimer county sheriff justin smith is one of the few law enforcement leaders in the state to publicly blame legal marijuana for rising crime it doesn't claim that smoking a joint makes you more likely to rob a bank the connection between cannabis and crime has often indirect and not captured by official statistics he said it's not a casual thing the sheriff said arguing that instead that legal weed is attracting a growing seasonal transient population a population that he said is more likely to commit crime every third inmate and the larimer county jail he said is a transient and you go by and ask them and they'll tell you we came here because of marijuana.
"larimer county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And larimer county searchers when into the area and the first day of the search they found a food cash and a food cave that he had made west of underpass no fresh tracks and they thought well we're we're gonna find him now and what they looked for was human waste in the area they couldn't find any and based on the amount of food that he had left behind and what he had eaten they figured he was only there for a day maximum maybe two and he'd only taken his day pack and left a major pack behind well one unusual part of this research is that as you read these stories in search and rescue logs and law enforcement reports seems an extraordinary number of times the aircraft associated with the search have some kind of engine problems and this instance the helicopter they were using had engine problems and had to be grounded so they couldn't search from the air well four days of searching all they found was that cave and the next summer they brought in a huge number of people in search the same area went downstream upstream ski boots polls skis bindings everything that you would expect from a nineteen eighty's product would still be around forty years later and they've never found anything and the national park report and i got this report from the national park service at rocky mountain stated something very interesting and what it said was is that on the last day of the search team of searchers heard nineteen forty two german sonar type sounds near lulu mountain that's all the reports said in that was pretty weird little detail what does that mean nineteen forty two german sonar found how did you get that report out of the park service you had the guy's name so they had to give it to you or that was that was a roundabout way so when we were making the movie missing four one one we had a meeting with the larimer county undersheriff and we interviewed him about a disappearance of a boy named jared outta darrow one of the last things i always ask law enforcement website with him as i said hey are we missing a case in your jurisdiction that's really odd this guy looked at me and goes oh you know the case of rudy motor i've never heard of it and he said oh he disappeared in rocky mountain national park and.
"larimer county" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Knew a rocky mountain national park and he wanted to spend a week camping in the park under winter conditions and he had all of the right equipment and if there was anyone that was probably suited for that environment in all of colorado it was rudy twenty seven years old absolutely perfect condition well as friends dropped them at the lake zimmerman trail trail head on february thirteenth and he was last seen on skis going up towards thunder pass well his friend returned six days later and at a pre designated spot he wasn't there well thirty to rocky mountain national park rangers and larimer county searchers went into the area and the first day of the search they found a food cache and a food cave that he had made west of underpass no fresh tracks and they thought well we're we're gonna find him now and what they looked for was human waste in the area they couldn't find any and based on the amount of food that he had left behind and what he had eaten they figured he was only there for a day maximum maybe two and had only taken his day pack and left the major pack behind well one unusual part of this research is that as you read these stories in search and rescue dogs and law enforcement reports seems an extraordinary number of times the aircraft associated with the search have some kind of engine problems and this instance.
"larimer county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Knew a rocky mountain national park and he wanted to spend a week camping in the park under winter conditions and he had all of the right equipment and if there was anyone that was probably suited for that environment in all of colorado it was rudy twenty seven years old absolutely perfect condition well as friends dropped them at the lakes zimmerman trail trail head on february thirteenth and he was last seen on his skis going up towards thunder pass well his friend returned six days later and at a pre designated spotty wasn't there well thirty to rocky mountain national park rangers in larimer county searchers went into the area in the first day of the search they found a food cash and food cave that he had made west of underpass no fresh tracks and they thought well we're we're gonna find them now and what they looked for was human waste in the area they couldn't find any and based on the amount of food that he had left behind and what he had eaten they figured he was only there for a day maximum maybe two and he had only taken his daypack unless the major pack of behind well one unusual part of this research is that as you read these stories in search and rescue lobs and law enforcement reports it seems an extraordinary number of times the aircraft associated with the search have some kind of engine problems and this instance.
"larimer county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Knew a rocky mountain national park and he wanted to spend a week camping in the park under winter conditions and he had all of the right acquitted and if there was anyone that was probably suited for that environment in all of colorado it was rudy twenty seven years old absolutely perfect condition well as friends dropped him at the league zimmerman trail trail head on february thirteenth and he was last seen on skis going up towards thunder pass well his friend returned six days later and at a pre designated spot he wasn't there well thirty to rocky mountain national park rangers and larimer county searchers went into the area and the first day of the search they found a food cash and a food cave that he had made west of the underpass no fresh tracks and they thought well we're we're gonna find him now and what they looked for was human waste in the area they couldn't find any and based on the amount of food that he had left behind and what he had eaten they figured he was only there for a day maximum maybe two and he had only taken his pack and left a major pack of behind well one unusual part of this research is that as you read these stories and search and rescue lobs and law enforcement reports seems an extraordinary number of times the aircraft associated with the search have some kind of engine problems and this instance.