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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"How much you could save today. All state you've never been in better hands. This is all ST dot com. We're calling Agent to get a quote. I'm Rick Morgan on K away. NewsRadio live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at Fox 31 pinpoint whether partly sunny skies and cold temperatures today right now we have 25 degrees that dia. We saw some big fires in the Metro area yesterday. The fire near Bear Creek State Park is now 100% contained it burned over 400 acres. And that fire at Cherry Creek State Park is 50% contained and it did not grow overnight. It has burned between 101 150 acres. There is high fire danger south of Denver, starting at the Palmer Divide all of El Paso County. And into the Southwest foothills southwest of Denver. That's a lot of Jefferson County above 6000 ft. There's also red flag warnings there. Paul Schlatter with the National Weather Service is the dry and windy conditions will last through most of the week, along with the cold temperatures that are hitting the metro area by this weekend. It's looking more likely that we will be even more cold than we are now across all of the Metro Denver all of eastern Colorado says You can blame those cold temperatures on the polar vortex that's hitting the rest of the country. Raising the minimum wage could put 1.4 million Americans out of a job. That's according to a report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office on raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. But the report goes on to say the number of people experiencing poverty would be cut by almost a million in the impeachment. Brief. Former president Trump's attorneys accused Democrats of exploiting last month's violence at the capital for their own political gain. The riot January. 6th, his lawyer said, was not inspired by the president's speech of the Ellipse, and they wrote it a pre trial brief. Mr Trump's speech was never directed to inciting or producing any imminent lawless action. They said a small group of criminals completely misunderstood him and call that absurd for Democrats to claim he could be responsible. Former President Trump is not expected to testify, but his lawyers made clear he intends to convey no regret nor conceived the falsity of his claim to have won the election. That's a B C's. In Qatar ski automakers Hyundai and Kia confirmed that they are not developing a self driving vehicle with Apple. The company's making that announcement today after there were reports that the iPhone maker was looking to partner with the South Korean automakers. Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak is retiring and his replacement is a son, Clint. You may remember. Gary Kubiak is the Broncos head coach and also former quarterback. Clint Kubiak has been the quarterback coach for the Vikings. Now moving up to the O. C position. Dow Industrials Up Right now, 152 points S and P 500 gaining 17 the NASDAQ Up 80 Our Next news updates at 1 30 I'm Susan Witkin on K O A news radio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM. The thing about comparing rates at progressive dot com is that by now you've heard a lot of ads.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on NPR News Now

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora Raum in North Carolina. Democrat are locked in a tight race for a congressional seat best been vacant since state election. Officials declared the two thousand eighteen race was tainted by ballot tampering voters go to the polls in a special election Tuesday from member station W. UNC Rusty Jacobs reports Democrat Dan McCready came up just short in the twenty eighteen contests. The new races considered tossup between him and republican state senator. Dan Bishop McCreevy Marine Iraq war veteran spent this final day campaigning in downtown Fayetteville. Please spread the word okay. It's a very close back. Thank you McCreevy's. Republican opponent is getting a boost from the White House with the president holding holding a rally for Dan Bishop in Fayetteville far less well funded candidates from the Libertarian and green parties are also on the ballot for NPR news. I'm Rusty Jacobs Chapel Chapel Hill North Carolina the National Weather Association. A gathering of meteorologist is holding its annual meeting in Huntsville Alabama. A major topic is Hurricane Dorian oriented and that president trump insisted that Alabama was endanger. The Birmingham Weather Office immediately corrected that assertion then last week the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the Birmingham Office shouldn't have done that Paul Schlatter as president of the National Weather Association. He says Noah was wrong. Felt like it was coming against operational meteorology what we do to make the forecast we message what those impacts are going to be to the best of our abilities in a way that decision makers can make decisions and it felt like that was was being questioned when the office in Birmingham was just trying to relay that there wasn't any real threat to the the citizens of Alabama Schlatter says the meteorologist make forecasts they don't deal with politics coastguard workers rescued four crew members from capsize cargo ship off Georgia Monday all four were described as alert and in relatively good condition the ship had rolled onto its side and caught fire Sunday morning. Twenty crew members were rescued. South Korea says North Korea has fired more projectiles into waters office East Coast Jason Structure Reports South Korea's Joint Chiefs of staff say the North's military fired two unidentified projectiles as part of another apparent weapons test so-called an emergency meeting following the early morning launch there have been several rounds of such test-firing since President Trump met North Korean ruler Kim Jong Hoon inside the militarized zone in June Tuesday's launches come come just after Pyongyang said through its official news agency that it's open for renewed denuclearization talks with the US later this month but vice foreign minister chase on he said in the statement that Washington must come up with a more acceptable proposal for NPR news. I'm Jason Structure and soul this is NPR on the last leg of his three country. African tour Pope Francis urged government authorities on the island of Mauritius offshore tax haven in the Indian Ocean and to do more for the economic well-being of citizens NPR's Sylvia Jolie reports the pope also had words of praise for the multicultural nations respect for religious and ethnic diversity addressing severe youth unemployment and the income gap Pope Francis Urge Maurice's leaders not to be tempted by what he called an dollars economic model feels the need to sacrifice human lives on the altar of speculation and Prophet alone to the detriment of the poor the environment and its resources his Meritas is president and prime minister. Thank Francis for referring to a group of islands contest between Mauritius and Britain as CHATO's instead of British Indian Ocean territory they include the island of Diego Garcia which Britain leases to the United States and hope to a major military base the UN General Assembly demanded in May that Britain give up control troll of the goes in a vote that was a diplomatic blow for both Britain and the US Sylvia Poggioli NPR News Port Louis Mauritius federal authorities authorities are trying to determine if a crime was committed in last week's fire aboard a scuba diving boat off southern California thirty four people died investigators have collected electronics employee records and business documents during searches of the company's Office and two other boats owns. The fire broke out early Monday trapping thirty three passengers and one crew member for the crew members and the captain survived. I'm Nora Raum N._P._R. News in Washington.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Bishop in Fayetteville far less well funded candidates from the libertarian and Green parties are also on the ballot for NPR news I'm rusty Jacobs in Chapel Hill North Carolina the national weather association a gathering of many allergist is holding its annual meeting in Huntsville Alabama a major Tom because hurricane Dorian and that president trump insisted that Alabama was in danger the Birmingham weather office immediately corrected that assertion then last week the national oceanic and atmospheric administration said the Birmingham office shouldn't have done that Paul Schlatter is president of the national weather association he says no what was wrong he felt like he was coming against operational meteorology that what we do to make the forecast we message what those impacts are going to be to the best of our abilities in a way that decision makers can make decisions and I felt like that was was being questioned when the office in Birmingham was just trying to relay that there wasn't any real threat to the citizens of Alabama the letter says meteorologist make forecasts they don't deal with politics Coast Guard workers rescued four crew members from a capsized cargo ship off Georgia Monday all four were described as alert and in relatively good condition the ship had rolled onto its side and caught fire Sunday morning twenty crew members were rescued South Korea says North Korea has fired more projectiles into waters off its east coast Jason's brother reports south Korea's joint chiefs of staff say the north's military fired two unidentified projectiles as part of another apparent weapons test so called an emergency meeting following the early morning launch there have been several rounds of such test firing since president trump met north Korean ruler Kim.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Forward. If you want a great deal on your next car truck rice, UV, get your local Ford store today. Bill Ford proud next update. Eight forty KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Hey, Cavani seventy eight degrees yesterday today. We're going to be around thirty eight this afternoon. So a forty degree temperature drop little breezy as well. Rain and snow in the forecast specially for the foothills and mountains where they'll be some big accumulation in some areas down. Here we get any snow cumulation. It's going to be as slushy answer to mainly on the grass that chance continues into tonight with a low of thirty three tomorrow rain still makes possible for the morning and otherwise rain showers in the afternoon, high fifty three still a chance for some rain on Wednesday, high fifty two and then sunshine for the end of the week much warmer as well from CBS four Massa teary on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM cloudy, overcast thirty two degrees downtown at eight thirty two on Colorado's morning news. There is a definite change in the weather. You're noticing today. We're expecting a quick little brief shot of winter national weather service. Forecaster Paul Schlatter says little really impact the higher elevations snow especially in the foothills and the mountains of they'll get a good shot of snow especially starting later today and then into Tuesday as well in Denver. We're looking at a shift coming in just a few hours at least metro Denver probably won't get going until around midday around the new our so slaughter says the rain is expected to turn to snow tonight. With the recent warm weather, though, it's not going to add up to anything on the roads. But it could make your driving tomorrow a little slick spots. Learning more about the driver accused of setting of setting off that last week chain reaction crash along I seventy KOA.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"An accident path back. It's got your slow back twenty five it's over on the right shoulder. It's out of traffic. Hey, good morning. Eight forty degree temperature drop today compared to where we were yesterday that will put us in the lower thirties this afternoon, rain and snow in the forecast today. High temperature sixty the chance of rain and snow continues into tonight if you get any snow in your neighborhood accumulation, assuming you're below sixty five hundred feet is going to be very minor and intra to maybe on grassy surfaces. That's it certainly a lot more than that possible in the foothills and certainly in the mountains today tomorrow on rainstorm mix possible early and then rain showers in the afternoon tomorrow, high temperature fifty three so not as cold for Tuesday Wednesday will hang onto the chance for a few more showers who stay in the fifties and sunshine returns for the end of the week with temps back in the sixties and seventies from CBS four master now theory on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM now thirty one and clouds at seven thirty two on Colorado's morning news time to flip the calendar. Back to winter, national weather service. Forecaster Paul Schlatter says it could be a rain snow mix today starting around midday across the Denver metro. Area. We don't expect too many impacts. If it does no temperatures are so close to freezing. And the road conditions should be pretty warm different story up in the high country though Breckenridge saw seven inches of new snow Saturday. They're going to get more today. There could be as much as three feet of spring snow at the higher highest elevations spring, especially at the highest elevations. And we're talking about ten thousand feet is where the heaviest snow expected. This is this is pretty normal for this time of year in the Denver metro we could see things impacting bridges and overpasses tomorrow morning as the weather creates some slick spots, the semi driver.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Twenty-five. Don't any big problems Siri for seventy this morning up in the culture. They dropped the laws attracted log on. I seventy up by copper about over Vail path. So really no chain advisories or or snow advisories up in the mount hurt says, it's Bob you out Valia right around eighty five of that's not removed. See this. Jerry says the bow to get quite a dump. And even some of the foothills drive gonna get quite a dumping his your drive on the north side in pretty good shape. Twenty-five it's getting heavy southbound as you come down toward eighty four but pretty good getting ready to get into down from the north. This report sponsored by death's door. The color was both anticipated community needed to hope Interport Jesuit twenty five thousand dollars toward a new during the reign dates community grand opening festival rolling giveaway brief Bob Hope towards it's all four the vivid Windsor. No purchase necessary for fisheries. Stakes rules. Visit rate dance Colorado dot com. Next update six forty KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Hey, good morning. Eight forty degree temperature drop today compared to where we were yesterday that will put us in the lower thirties this afternoon. Rain snow in the forecast today. High temperature sixty the chance of rain and snow continues into tonight if you get any snow in your neighborhood accumulation, assuming you're below sixty five hundred feet is going to be very minor and intra to maybe on grassy surfaces. That's it certainly a lot more than that possible in the foothills and certainly in the mountains today. Tomorrow, rainstorm puzzle early and then rain showers in the afternoon tomorrow, high temperature fifty three so not as cold for Tuesday Wednesday will hang onto the chance for a few more showers who stay in the fifties and sunshine returns for the end of the week with temps back in the sixties and seventies from CBS four Massa Terry on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. We've lost a few degrees since we've been on the air thirty one right now in Denver now on Colorado's morning news at six thirty two time to flip the calendar. Back to winter briefly, national weather service. Forecaster Paul Schlatter says it could be a rain snow mix today, and it starts around midday. Metro area. We don't expect too many impacts. If it does no temperatures so close to freezing. And the road conditions should be pretty warm up in the high country. There could be inches of snow in some spots. They're saying up to three feet spring, especially at the highest elevations. And we're talking about ten thousand feet is where the heaviest snow is expected. This is this is pretty normal for this time of year. Heavy wet stuff not too much fun to ski on in the Denver metro area. We could see things impacting bridges and overpasses tomorrow morning as the weather create some slick spots learning more about the driver accused of setting off last week's deadly chain-reaction crash, along is seventy KOA NewsRadio country doing live with what we know. Now, his family members speaking out saying the trucking company he worked for how to history of operating trucks with brake issues. The federal Safety Administration says Castellano three trucking out of Houston has thirty violations. Dating back to twenty seventeen ten of which related to the truck's brakes, the company operates just five. Trucks. Addio Medeiros told police officers after the crash that his brakes were not working when he was coming down. I seventy but there's also reportedly video showing him pass a runaway truck ramp. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"After you not just your account. It's free for card members. Just sign up online. Discover dot com slash free alerts. Limitations apply next update at five ten on KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather stations. Hey, good morning. It was seventy eight degrees yesterday today. We're going to be around thirty this afternoon. So a forty degree temperature drop little breezy as well. Rain and snow in the forecast, especially for the foothills and mountains where they'll be some big accumulation some areas down here, if we get any still cumulation it's going to be as slushy institute mainly on the grass that chance continues into tonight with a low of thirty three tomorrow rain still makes possible for the morning and otherwise rain showers in the afternoon, high fifty three still the chance for some rain on Wednesday, high fifty two and then sunshine for the end of the week much warmer as well from CBS forum Ashton Altieri on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM clouds at this hour and thirty six Denver now on Colorado's morning news. It's nearly may but we could get a taste of winter later today. National weather service forecaster Paul Schlatter says things could get interesting around midday and stretch into later this evening. Warm enough shouldn't stick to roads. If it does snow could be a rain snow mix. And then it'd be after dark when conditions could possibly bridges overpasses might get a little flick. Now, we're not expecting much in the way cumulating snow here in Denver, but in the high country a much different story anywhere from one to three feet could fall, but mainly the places were impacts of be would be that the higher mountain passes seventy corridor slaughter says it'll be a typical spring storm. The truck driver accused of setting off last week's chain-reaction crafts seventy that killed four people being held on four hundred thousand dollars bond. Rogue L aguilara.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Hey, good, Tuesday morning wind and snow this morning. Most of us in the metro area. Seeing no more than an inch or two of accumulation higher amounts to the south and to the east of e four seventy that's where we have a blizzard warning that continues through eleven AM temperatures struggling to get above freezing today with the strong northerly. Wind wind chills will be in the teams most of the day tonight, clear skies later win that's gonna make for really cold night. Low thirteen tomorrow, mostly sunny near normal high forty four another chance for flurries back in town on Thursday with a high of thirty five from CBS four master Terry on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM blustery is the word of the morning. Twenty-five degrees in Denver at five two. It's Colorado's morning news winter weather, making your commute a little slow and sloppy this morning. I'll say a storm blew in last night, leaving the roads a mess in spots. National weather service. Forecaster Paul Schlatter could definitely be slippery. Because roads are already cold at any additional snow could make a pretty slick for the morning commute. So just just take care out there on the morning commute. Most of the snow right now concentrated south and east of the metro area from last night's storms and things could pick back up this morning as well. They're saying more snow could start around now to an hour from now as far as the roads, go seats Natasha Farah says it's mainly wet. But there are spots of snow and ice on the pavement as you get up and out this morning. Watch out for ice slowdown. If you have to leave a little bit earlier in the morning, please do that. We do have those trucks out there. We do have our our snow out there. So be mindful of them.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A, missing child in northeast Denver neighbors describing the seven year old as, a good kid a quiet kid and one. That rarely. Ventured outside the confines of his front, yard they're. Expressing frustration in. Shock that he could be gone, in the blink of an eye Eerie very I think it hits. Home to a lot of, people because the child police are. Still asking neighbors to check vary arts and even parents of friends. Of Jordan von to check their homes in Montebello Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio this search area is near chambers road. Just south of green valley ranch boulevard Jordan was wearing a gray shirt and gray sweatpants he has Brown is a little over three feet tall and weighs forty pounds a day after, that, nasty hailstorm in Colorado Springs that. Sent several people to the hospital the HALE in dent company of Colorado fielding a lot of calls Frank early killing KOA NewsRadio the damage is serious obviously broken glass broken windshields and rear. Glasses broken paint even on where the painters pop clearing clean off the car because the end is so deep, in stress stretched out Erling says cars parked at the Cheyenne Mountain zoo may have. So much damage they may be totaled by insurance companies meanwhile because of previous storms repairs Does that include a paint job may take months to complete. More, severe weather is possible today in El Paso county not as strong as on Monday but there is still a, pretty good, chances of your weather from Colorado Springs and south Paul Schlatter with the national. Weather service Ford has. A new solution that could help prevent wrong way collisions the automaker has a. New driver assisted feature called wrong way alert the. Technology allows the vehicle to read do not enter signs in the Lert the driver a. Display flashes a note for the driver to trick driving direction to avoid danger, so far that technology is available only in Austria Germany and Switzerland but, it, could expand to. More European markets it's. Unclear, whether the, technology can, work in the, US do, to varied road sign age and the mysterious Hollywood studio that swiped the Brady bunch home from Lance Bass, is being. Revealed HGTV announcing, it won the bid executives say the network plans to restore. The home to its nineteen seventies glory. And, more details about the project We'll come in the next, few months next update at eleven thirty David.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Clouds will continue to increase this afternoon and after about three. Pm we have, a chance for thunderstorms, that chance, continues into the evening just like the last couple of days. Some of the storms could be. Veer and a few spots could see, some large hail especially in Douglas county's today's high eighty four tonight we drop to fifty nine. Tomorrow mostly sunny and even smaller chance for storms about a twenty percent chance on Wednesday with a high of eighty six Thursday Friday sunny with highs. In the eighties we'll see in the upper eighties to near ninety for. The weekend from CBS four mashed theory on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety. Four one FM seventy five degrees in Denver police asking for, the public's help in finding a missing boy KOA NewsRadio. Is Connor shreve has more police are now getting the help of the, FBI this, morning in the search for a missing seven year old boy. Jordan von was seen yesterday afternoon for the last time at about four thirty near chambers road and bowling. Drive, that's near I seventy and chambers and that's where. This a large police presence is, right now large FBI presence police They're also saying that if you. Know anything about where Jordan is or his disappearance they need your help they're asking you, to call them he's. Described as a little bit more than three feet tall and forty pounds last seen wearing a grey shirt and gray sweatpants Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio you can find a picture of little, Jordan, Vong on our Facebook page and. Our website KOA NewsRadio dot com more severe weather possible today in El Paso county Paul Schlatter with the national weather service says the same area we'll be under the gun but probably won't, leave behind sweeping damage strong on Monday but there is. Still a pretty good chances of your weather from Colorado Springs and south huge hailstones sent several people to the hospital hammering cars at the Cheyenne Mountain zoo, damage there has forced zoos closure for today the sexual harassment scandal that rocked the Denver mayor's office now resulting in some action from city council, the respectful workplace policies process for complaints against council members it calls for outside, invest Nations to accusations. At least one councilmember Paul Lopez. Worries the policy could be used as warfare against political enemies President Trump continuing. His working vacation in Bedminster New Jersey Mr. Trump. Will meet tonight for. Dinner with business executives President Trump will host a business leaders for dinner at his Bedminster golf club among the. Companies represented Fiat Chrysler FedEx Boeing and MasterCard the. Outgoing, chief executive of PepsiCo ingenuity will also attend the dinner. The White House says the, dinner offers the president a chance to hear the business. Leaders perspectives on the economy and their priorities for the year ahead are let signs ABC news the White House the president's daughter and son-in-law Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner also expected. To attend that meeting Rockies outpitched the. Pirates last night hometown boy Kyle Freeland goes seven strong. Innings to notch his tenth victory of the, season the final a shutout to nothing Colorado game two. Of that series plays out At Coors, field tonight the Rockies now two games out of first place next update at. Ten thirty David kale KOA NewsRadio eight fifty. AM and ninety four one FM Take it like it is and make it like you want. It you've heard that before right well. That applies..

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Start the day with sunshine and then clouds will be on the increase, this afternoon scattered thunderstorms expected. Once again today but there will be fewer storms than yesterday the severity of the storm's should. Be less as well high temperature today right around eighty four degrees similar to yesterday tonight. Will fall into the fifties chance for storms wraps up this evening tomorrow mostly sunny and even smaller chance for. Thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon with a high of eighty six and then we go to sunny completely. Dry weather on Thursday with a high of eighty-seven full sunshine on Friday eight and eighty nine on Saturday afternoon ahead of the Broncos preseason game from CBS four I'm Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one. FM right now on Colorado's morning news sixty seven degrees. In clouds in Denver police are making a plea to, the public as they search. For a missing seven-year-old KOA NewsRadio is Connor shreve has history still this morning police are walking around this Montebello neighborhood knocking on doors asking neighbors for any help any information in the search for missing seven year old Jordan von Among the departments Marijke Putnam says they haven't given up. On any leads Dorgan is a family friend of any children out there and the parents. Possibly have in spending the night please call the police department this search now more than sixteen hours old in. Montebello Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio you wanna see a picture of Vong it's on our Facebook. Page this morning and that KOA NewsRadio dot com in Iowa the father of missing college student Molly Tibbets is holding out hope that his daughter will be found alive she's been missing since July eighteenth rob Tibbets says his daughter maybe. With somebody who misunderstood her intentions and created a situation. That's now spiraled out of control and don't get very, far in a small town. If you become a sort of irritant for negative person and so She's just a really good positive person, and so that's why I don't think I don't think anybody set out to harm don't she disappeared while jogging and hasn't been seen since. The Cheyenne Mountain zoo in Colorado Springs not going to be open today after strong storms move through the region yesterday dropping baseball sized hail the weather sent eight people to the hospital caused a lotta damage zoo. Spokesperson Ginny cook as soon as we can make those buildings safe and get people back up to the. Zoo and resuming our normal lives we will definitely do that and the hill killed. Two animals at the zoo the storm also battered cars in. The parking lot shattering windshields as far as today the national weather service. Forecaster Paul, Schlatter says well we won't see. A repeat it won't be as intense as it was on Monday but. There still could be some storms. With a small hail the, best chance for storms today going to be south of the Palmer divide Paul manafort's former business partner back on the witness stand right now that after admitting that he committed crimes with the former Trump. Campaign chair Regains took the stand yesterday to admit. He was hoping to get a lighter sentence in order to testify against his boss Manafort faces Bank fraud and money laundering charges in Virginia today. Gates testified on emails that showed Manafort directed money. To be moved that his consulting company earned through Ukraine President Trump is, calling, on, voters. In Ohio's twelfth congressional district to get out and cast ballots for Troy baldur's Balderstone the Republican candidates in a tight race, with democrat Danny O'Connor it's. In a district that Trump carried by eleven points. Back in two thousand sixteen President Trump had some personal involvement in this race over, the weekend heading out Toho to campaign with, Alderson, on Saturday so he will. Be watching this race very closely the final Republican versus, democratic notch up for November's elections ABC's Arlette signs reporting the department of homeland security says the suspect in a shooting that injured a Colorado. Springs police officer was set to be deported from the United States two years ago at mossy was released by ice in two thousand sixteen After a ruling by the tenth circuit court of appeals justices ruled that the government's definition of an aggravated felony was too vague leading immigration judge, to dismiss outcome deportation case he's now facing attempted first degree. Murder in the shooting of officer Jim Denzel who remains in critical condition at a Colorado Springs hospital Chad. Hoffman KOA NewsRadio new report from the Colorado division, of criminal Justice breaking down the numbers involving DUI offenses in the state's democratic state Representative Jonathan singer says the report, shows that. Thirty eight percent of all DUI arrests in two thousand sixteen involved repeat offenders putting the fear of God in them is it working then either we've, got a step up the volume level or change. Your tune in do something that's a little bit. More right thighs or people and singer sponsored the Bill to have the report. Published every year he expects state lawmakers to use it to push new legislation involving you. Is in the twenty nineteen session Rocky Mountain accurate providing a. List of your news nine thirty six Colorado's morning news on KOA NewsRadio Today at. Four Lewis and Logan just for the record we don't have anything no reason root against Paxton into a great quarterback yes but we're going to know.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thunderstorms later today but overall we expect fewer storms compared, to yesterday the storm, should not be quite as. Strong as yesterday either high temperature today right around eighty four. Degrees that chance for storms. Does not move in until late afternoon it'll. Wrap up this evening we'll fall to fifty nine tonight and tomorrow mostly sunny a twenty percent chance for an afternoon, or evening storm on Wednesday with a high. Of eighty six Thursday sunny and dry with a high of eighty seven eighty eight on Friday and. Then upper eighties to near ninety for the weekend from CBS four I'm Ashton. Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM so some clouds this morning. And it looks like we, have about, sixty five degrees in Denver now on Colorado's morning news Denver police asking for your help to find. A young missing boy KOA NewsRadio is Connor shreve has the details police are now getting the help of the FBI, this morning in the search for a missing seven year old boy Jordan von was seen yesterday afternoon for the last time at about four thirty, near chambers road and bowling drive that's. Near, I seventy and chambers and that's where this Alaric Police presence is right now. Large FBI presence police are also saying that if you know anything about where Jordan is or his. Disappearance they need your help they're asking you to call them he's described as. A little bit more than three feet tall and forty pounds last seen wearing a grey shirt. And gray sweatpants Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio, and you could help in this process and take a look at his picture it's on our Facebook. Page Jordan Vong on KOA NewsRadio on that Facebook page in our website KOA NewsRadio dot com southern Colorado could see, more powerful storms today national weather service forecaster Paul Schlatter says the same area will be under the gun but it probably won't leave behind sweeping, damage like it did yesterday On Monday but. There is still a pretty good chances of your. Weather from Colorado Springs and south springs is you know got hit hard dropping baseball sized hail on. Some spots and left several. People hurt in two animals dead at the Cheyenne Mountain zoo this man says it came. Out of nowhere so the storm rolling in, and we're like okay. Might be a little bit of rain but then the wind, really started to pick up and realize okay this was pretty bad HALE also. Hammered cars leaving, behind shattered. Windshields in that Cheyenne Mountain zoo parking lot a lot of insurance. Claims to be filed today to the west coast in California wildfires plaguing that region, the mid to seato complex fire in the northern part of California now the largest in state history. Flames have, burned close to three hundred thousand acres and that's just one of the areas, on fire more. Than fifteen thousand firefighters and they're working to contain eighteen large wildfires across the state of California Cal fire spokesperson Lynette round she. Says that thousands of residents remained under evacuation orders across California the US appears to be out of, step with, Europe after re-instituting sanctions against Iran Iran represents a clear transatlantic parting of the ways while the US has reimposed stiff sanctions on Tehran. Europe says encouraging trade with Iran is crucial. In maintaining the nuclear deal EU foreign policy, chief, Federico Margarita we believe that it is. And it has to be up to the the appearance in, this, case to the site With home, to trade with so there is, also a matter of trade sovereignty EU is as you blocking statute to protect European businesses from the impact. Of the US sanctions Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk it could be the battle of transportation issues are upcoming November ballot two initiatives with two different approaches to. Funding, projects delivered petitions to the secretary of state's office yesterday just in time to. Make it on the ballot let's go Colorado wants a sales tax increase that. Would amount to an extra six cents on every ten dollars you spend. That would raise, about eight. Hundred million dollars in just its first year and win the revenue. Is bonded it will bring about six billion dollars for projects across the state some, county Commissioner Dan Gibbs who favors the tax increase the other initiative is called fix our damn roads. It would, require the state to allocate funds to leverage three point five billion dollars in, bonds without raising. Taxes another case of West, Nile virus in Colorado this time it's in delta county last week the first case year Was found in weld county you can get west now from, his -squitoes, last year there were sixty eight. Cases in Colorado including four people who died not all counties tests from -squitoes so the health department says it's important, for you to protect yourself by using bug spray with dis you could also avoid getting bitten by. Staying inside at dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio county suspect something out of this world may have killed several animals on his land Thomas Walker says for animals died within. Days of each other. And did not have any marks on them and did not die, from poisoning or, other contamination not satisfied with official explanations Walker has turned to a nationally known UFO investigator. That investigators said.

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And get people back up to, the zoo, and, resuming our, normal lives we will definitely do that left at least. Two animals. At the dead the storm also battered cars in the parking lot. Shattering windshields and as his. Forest today the national weather service forecaster Paul Schlatter. Says it won't be a repeat. It won't be as intense as it was on Monday but there still. Could be some storms with a. Small hill the best chance, for storms today are going to be south of the Palmer divide voters in four states head. To the polls today it's another round of midterm primaries twenty eighteen midterms are just about three months away. And today Voters in Missouri Kansas Michigan in Washington, all head to the polls in Missouri. The race to watch who Republicans will pick to phase out with democratic Senator Claire mccaskill on Michigan in addition to voters selecting governor that will be on the ballot orders and five congressional district will also be selecting their representation. In Washington three congressional districts select two will, be on their ballots but unlike other states they don't do it by party but the, top, two winners. From the primary are the ones who advance Serena Marshall ABC news Washington Paul manafort's former business partner admits he committed crimes. With the former Trump campaign chief gates took the stand yesterday to admit. He was hoping to get a lighter sentence for testifying against. His boss Manafort faces Bank, fraud and money laundering charges. In Virginia gates says that he and Manafort. Did not report more than a dozen foreign Bank accounts, even though they knew it was illegal the department of homeland. Security says the suspect in a shooting that injured a Colorado Springs police officer was set to be deported from the US two years. Ago or at mossy was. Released by ice in two thousand sixteen after a ruling by the Tenth circuit court of appeals justices ruled that the government's definition of an aggravated felony. Was too vague leading an immigration judge. To dismiss outcome deportation case he's, now facing attempted first degree murder and just shooting of. Officer Jim does l..

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of eighty eight from CBS four master now on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM clouds this morning. And right now sixty three degrees now on Colorado's morning news there is a search underway on the. Northeast side of Denver for missing boy Denver police have now called in the feds to help KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve donates live at the latest on. That story Connor yeah Denver police. Have. Already asked for the public's help if they know. Anything about the disappearance of seven year old Jordan Avante now they're getting the help of the FBI seeing FBI police cars and presence, here in this, neighborhood just north of I seventy And west of chambers Vong, went. Missing at about four thirty yesterday afternoon, he's being described as about three feet tall forty pounds last seen in, a grayish wet shirt and the police message rings true this morning if you know anything about where Jordan is or why he went missing they're asking for your help reporting live Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio Connor I'd love to know if you know this but why would they bring. In the feds it certainly doesn't. Seem like even twenty four, hours has gone by yeah that's a good question because generally you think of. The FBI getting involved if there's some kind of interstate element but there's actually a policy that the FBI monitors potential kidnapping. Cases. And. Will get involved if a child is under twelve years old that's what they call the tender age policy so I would. Say right now it's just a matter of Jordan Vong being seven years old all right thanks Conor. For that I appreciate it Well there could be another round of, severe weather on tap this afternoon Paul Schlatter with the national weather service says it won't be nearly, as bad as yesterday but southern Colorado could be in the bullseye eye again storms will be. South of Denver across the Palmer divide and south. Of interstate seventy the weather comes after a, massive hailstorm. Moved into Colorado Springs yesterday several people. Were hurt to animals were killed at the. Cheyenne Mountain zoo the large hail also left a path of destruction in, the parking lot there we had about thirty four hundred people. In..

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"paul schlatter" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"paul schlatter" Discussed on AP News

"The las vegas shooting a piece jackie quinn with more investigators say it appears steven patrick kept to himself but it's also possible he received help obtaining all those weapons and planning out the attack they wanna make sure there are no complice is out there who could have stopped the massacre the sheriff of clark county says it looks like the gunmen planned to get out of the mandalay bay hotel alive but instead shot himself after a security guard approached his room congress is looking at banning bump stocks florida republican congressman carlos cabello said both sides working on it we can respect the second amendment uphold the second amendment and at the same time keep people say with sensible restrictions alesi cloud like pattern drifting across the denver area radar screen tuesday turned out to be a seventy by wide wave of butterflies paul schlatter the national weather service says people on social media helped to figure it out until maguire the former governor and an actor spoke before the nation's highest court a p entertainment editor oscar wells gable reports is calling on the justices to terminate that entrenched political practice arnold schwarzenegger joke to reporters that usually when you see enacted leaf court it's because he's gotten probation this time he says the mission was different he is asking the supreme court to do something about gerrymandering the drawing of congressional boundaries to favor one party over another sorts any says both sides are guilty luke is not a republican issue at is though the democratic issue while he says that the twoparty problems what's an says it produces a single result politicians choose the bodos rather than the bodo does choosing the politicians he says he's asking the supreme court's helped because politicians themselves won't do anything about it i'll squirrels gabriel washington it's time of year the rock and roll hall of fame nominees are out will be looking at the new list along with what's happening in.

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