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"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Fire is 20 miles south of Rangeley has spurned 5000 Acres. Red flag warnings are in place until nine tonight. The sylvan Fire is 12 Miles south of Eagle. It's burned 400 acres near Sylvan State Park and the muddy slide fires in a remote part of Route County That's northwest of Kremlin has spurned 100 acres. Utah Senator Mitt Romney says because of climate change, the American West is increasingly at risk for large, destructive wildfires. The fires are becoming bigger. The loss of life is more significant and continuing to do the things the way we done in the past doesn't make a lot of sense. Over the weekend, Romney proposed creating a Federal Commission of experts to come up with new ways to mitigate fires put them out when they happen, as well as find ways to quickly recover from the destruction that's been caused by the wild fires. Romney and Arizona Senator Mark Kelly have introduced a bill to create that wild fire Commission. Colorado's introducing a Keep Colorado wild pass. It's going to cost half the current price of a state parks passed. And you'd be able to purchase it. At the time of car registration. You can opt out of buying that pass. For now. The past will cost $40 a year. It would allow vehicle access to all 42 state parks and starting in 2023, the CEO of the largest carrier at DIA, is warning There could be a pilot shortage in the future. United Airlines boss Scott Kirby points out that far fewer pilots are being produced by the military than we saw during the Cold War. Did you travel for Father's Day that you did on Sunday close to 2.2 million people went through airport security checkpoints in the U. S. According to the T. S. A. That continues a trend during the pandemic of Sunday's being the busiest travel days that nearly 2.2 million is the highest numbers seen since the start of the pandemic and only 23% lower than on the same day in 2019. That's a BCS Alex Stone. Dow industrials closing Up today. 587 points The S and P 500 gained 58 the NASDAQ was up 111 Our next news updates at 2 30 I'm Susan Witkin on K Away. NewsRadio,.
"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And he said something to me that I thought was really interesting. And it stuck with me A very until now at least. And that is when people are locked out of the normal economy. They will create their own economy, and he was kind of explaining why, you know, poorly educated, especially young black men who didn't have a lot of opportunities would end up dealing drugs or living in a in a world of crime, because people are always going to have to be a part of some economy. They're always going to have to eat and feed their families and and have a place to live and things of that nature. And this is exactly what you're talking about. When the economy When you have been locked out of a certain economy, people are going to find a way to create their own economy. And you guys did with milk. Now. Did your dad profit? I mean, what did he church? What was the up charge for this for your neighbors? Well, I know that he charged less than milk was priced in Pennsylvania, so made it. Uh, beneficial to the our neighbors. I don't recall that's that goes back some 50 years, so I don't know what the actually 60 years. I'd love to know what your dad's markup was on that I'd like to know what your dad's take on their name and earning windfall. Exactly. He has this massive criminal enterprise that he's you know, making all this money selling milk to the neighbors. I actually love that story. And I've you know, by the way many that's some very famous people have been involved as smugglers in the underground economy over the years, John F. Kennedy's father, Joseph Kennedy. Yep. Yeah. Joseph Kennedy. He was a bootlegger during Prohibition. This is John Hancock. A big strong where I didn't know that America's founders was a smuggler. He was the one, of course, who wrote his name at the bottom of the declaration so large that even King George the third without his glasses, could see his name. He was very proud of his resistance to the king long before he signed the declaration. So he was a bit of a scofflaw anyway, though, Oh, he was he was violating all kinds of British laws, all designed to benefit British merchants back in Britain at the expense of the columnist here in America, including, You Know the navigation acts that were in action 16 51. They said that you could not engage in the In trade the Caribbean unless you did it on British made vessels and that's on all kinds of smuggling using American made vessels. So you know when, when laws are stupid, and people can't see the the sense of it, and it's it's a victimless offense. Uh, they're gonna do it. Yeah, And frankly, I don't blame him. Larry Raid is the president emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education fee dot org is an incredibly good resource. And Larry writes great great columns. Very easy to understand. I've got a couple more on the on the blog today, the hypocrisy of the global minimum tax being floated by Janet Yellen and Joe Biden Talk about anti competitive Holy cow corporations are moving their headquarters to countries like Ireland that have a 12.5% corporate tax rate. And now Janet Yellen and Joe Briner like that's not fair, and they're trying to make everybody else. If I was another developing nation in this world, I'd be like, go pound sand, like, you know, Larry, I want you to. I'm going to challenge you to look into something that I found very interesting on my recent trip to Costa Rica. In Costa Rica. They get 99% of their energy from renewable sources already because they have a lot of aqua a lot of what's what's the water, power, hydropower, and they've got solar and whatever, but 99% of their energy comes from renewable resources will now That's become a marketing tool, because if a company moves one factory to Costa Rica and has that factory running on 99% renewable energy, it meets all of the targets for an American corporation. That are being put on by the government. And that has created a very interesting opportunity both for Costa Rica and for American companies that are looking to meet those standards without making any real changes to their factories here. I think it's fascinating. I I want your opinion on that. If you can find anything about that, uh, because I just thought it was really, really interesting What they're doing down there, and more American corporations should take advantage of that kind of stuff. I was not aware of that. And I will dig into it in time for our next discussion. Which is what the second Monday of July camper? Well, yes, the second Monday of July after fourth of July weekend, That's Yeah. We're not here that way, Larry. I appreciate your time so much, and I always learn so much talking to you. And I hope our audience does too. Thank you so much, man. He's been great again. All right, I'll talk to you soon. My friend that is Larry Reid and again visit fee dot org. Four all kinds of information. About economics, and it's all free market economics. You're not going to find any canes and crap there. If John Maynard Keynes is mentioned in any way, it's in a disparaging fashion, and that's all I care about Susan Witkin, What do you have for me? I just have to say that is the coolest. The best organization around love it. They're amazing. They help kids, they they also help educators. And Yeah, anyway, So, uh, we've got a lot of stuff coming up at two o'clock on cable news radio. A lot of things about coronavirus, the vaccines, getting them to all kinds of communities out there and the All Star game is coming up.
"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Counts for 26.1% of the homicides that we've had in 2020 and 49% of all of the shootings that took place in our city. The troubled areas are near federal and Alameda, Colfax and Broadway. Colfax and Yosemite, 47th and Peoria and MLK and Holly. The FAA is charging five passengers who refuse to wear masks with fines up to $15,000. In a typical year, the FAA seize up to 150 formal cases of bad passenger behavior. However, this year that number has jumped to 2500. Rocky Mountain National Parks decision to move to a reservation system again this summer is drawing opposition. There is now a petition to stop those plans. The park is bringing back timed entry reservations this summer and fall. The reservations are meant to keep the park It's 75 to 85% capacity as to avoid overcrowding in degrading natural resource is it's up from 60% last summer? Our next news updates at one o'clock, I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane, NewsRadio, a 50 A, M and 94. When I found out there's a check on traffic with Rick Morgan on the bed, Fred Sports Traffic Center in great Shape of 25 across downtown getting there no worries from you to side of the city at the moment. A couple slowdowns to deal with the usual spot. They're both directions of 2 70 slow across Commerce City. Also little slow eastbound. I 70 through that new tunnel configuration roadwork on inbound paintings still slowing things down just past 56 approaching tower. But that's a look at the rest of the drive in pretty good.
"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Wait. You're right, Dave. There you go. Oh, wise, good news. I feel better anymore. So this one won't be attacks. I have to pay any who check that out on the block today. The Biden administration a big case yesterday it was clinically a versus strong and it involved in it Matters in Colorado. This is why I bring this up. So, ah, cases before the Supreme Court, a guy was having a mental health crisis His wife calls the cops during his crisis. He had handed an unloaded firearm to his wife and said, Just shoot me and put me out of my misery. Well, obviously, that didn't happen. Cops show up the convinced him to go and have his mental health check out which he did. But before he left, he said, You're not going to confiscate my guns, right? The cops said, No, we're not. After he left. The cops, then went in, search the house and confiscated his firearms. He sued and yesterday he won and it wasn't even close. It was a 9 to 0 decision. Even the liberal justices said that in your home You have the highest level of protection from unreasonable search and seizure and a warrantless search and a warrantless seizure of firearms violates that on every level. There's no interpretation. This is serious. It's a practically a quote from the Constitution, For God's sakes. Yeah, exactly. Uh, by the way, you know, did support the position that cops should be able to come in. Do a search without your permission and take your things without a warrant. The White House, the Biden Department of Justice had filed an amicus brief supporting the warrantless search and seizure as some kind of nonsense public good argument with the justices just did not give any merit to whatsoever. So you still have the right to avoid unreasonable seat search and seizure? As of right now, Dr Fauci, you know, Dave, what we always like to say about Dr Fauci. Shut up. Talk of Fauci doesn't even matter for together anymore, doesn't even matter. He admitted on Good Morning America that he wore masks indoors as political theater. He didn't say political theater. I didn't want to send the wrong message. What? That the vaccines don't work. You mean he lied to Rand? Paul? Yes, Dave. So funny. You should bring that up because Rand Paul accused him of wearing a mask after being vaccinated as political theater. And Dr Fauci. Oh, there we are with the theater again by Ma. Too bad He was right hurts when you get nailed right there in Congress doesn't in the Senate floor. Thing. It's like today we have to shut up Dr Fauci stories. You always get it. Least one a day. Yes. So you know, keeps giving it really is. I mean, I'm gonna be kind of No, I'm not gonna be sad when I never hear his voice again. It's gonna be like the last time I heard Ross Perot. It was. I don't know which I'd rather have less of hearing his voice. You're watching him throw out the first ball in a ballgame. Well, if you do that, that's on you. You have to seek it out now. Hey, Dave. Remember when it was Neanderthal thinking when Texas dropped its mask mandate back in March and Bye, this stupid can a state be? Come on, die. They're gonna be dying in the street. Oh, reckless it. Gavin Newsom from California called it reckless. Dave and her doctor Fauci agreed to. Yeah, exactly. And Texas just so you know, on Sunday reported zero covert deaths A few would covert cases in 14 months in the lowest number of covert hospitalization since March of 2020. That was last Sunday, But I'm sure today Texans are going to start Keeling over left and right, just falling over in the street's Dave. Falling over. We're not even through all the block yet, And there's some good stuff on the block will come back to win the two o'clock hour because I got the mayor coming up next. That's Mayor Michael Hancock coming up next from Denver. And first we're going to check in with Susan Witkin and find out what is coming up in her news. Or we're not. Grant Susan No one. You know Susan yet? Oh, dang. Well, that's embarrassing. You know, somewhere for her than for you. Well, she's not. She is okay. Now she's there. All right, Susan Weekend. She's she's down. She's actually signed up. I'm not down. Don't count me out. Mama. We've got some information coming in. I'm waiting for my computer to load Got this crazy Weird day. They're gremlins and the computers almost four years ago. The body of a 17 year old girl was found in her burned out home. And Bailey will now the Park County Sheriff's Department is confirming It was a hate crime. We've got the details for you at one o'clock right here on K O a news radio a 50 A M and 94 1 FM. I'm Dr Baker and er physician..
Evanston, Illinois to pay reparations to Black residents over housing discrimination
"Assistance, home repairs or property down payments. Residents are eligible for funding if they are the direct descendant of a black person who lived in the city between 1919 and 1969 and experienced discrimination because of city policies. Our next news updates at one o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane, NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them is a check on traffic. Here's Rick Morgan. In the bed
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"Is planning to be at Rex Nordic Center instead. Attorneys for Donald Trump say the impeachment case against the former president is political retribution. The gathering of President Trump's supporters on January 6 was supposed to be peaceful, and attorney Michael Van Ravine says most of those who attended were peaceful. And those who breached the capital hijacked the event to claim that the president in any way wished, desired or encourage lawless or violent behavior is a preposterous and monstrous lie. Lawyers for the former president. You have spent a lot of time showing clips of Democrats using the word fight and political speeches accusing impeachment managers of hypocrisy on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News, big drug trafficking and Money laundering ring operating in Colorado has been busted. This was an international drug trafficking network that trafficked not only fentanyl but also heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says the drug card Tells have been pushing opioids and heroin on addicted Coloradans 64 individuals have been indicted by a state grand jury 12 of them were charged with violating Colorado's Crime Control Act. A new realignment of minor league clubs from Major league Baseball. The Rockies will now have four affiliates, the Triple A Albuquerque isotopes, the double a Hartford Yard goats, the high a Spokane Indians and the low a Fresno gorilla Grizzlies. Wall Street's now mixed the Dow industrials. Losing 60 points. The S and P 500 is positive by three. The NASDAQ is now now up. 17 our next news updates at 1 30 I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane, NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. Hi, friend. It's your home speaking and I need.
"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Story on day three of the impeachment trial of former President Trump House manager's alleged Trump had a lack of remorse about what transpired at the U. S. Capitol in his name House managers wrapping up their case that former President Trump incited insurrection leading to the deadly capital siege, Representative Diana to get of Colorado and their statements after the attack. Insurrectionist routinely echoed What they had said before and during the attack. They were there because the president told them to be lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin. My dear colleagues. Is there any political leader in this room who believes that if he is ever allowed by the Senate to get back into the Oval Office Donald Trump would stop inciting violence. Dave Pack or ABC News. South Metro Fire says last Sunday's brushfire a Cherry Creek State park was human caused. They're not sure if it was intentional or accidental. Smoke was first reported at 4 P.m. Sunday on the east side of the reservoir. If you have information or photos or video South Metro Fire would like to hear from you. The White House looks for CDC school reopening guidelines to come out tomorrow. The guidelines of the next step to getting students back in classrooms nationwide. Our next news updates at two o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on Kaylie NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them is a check on traffic with Rick Morgan. Good for Sports Traffic Center. A couple of big backups Do what one downtown crash on both on I 25 23rd already backing up. North found back to Santa Fe. And it's backing up south calendars. Wells keep that mind heading downtown to take a few minutes to get into there and across there, and still those big delays on South found 2 25 into the roadwork in Yosemite. Solid backup Still back toe I.
"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Right. Well, no, it's a living thing. You have to continue to take care of it. Mandy is trying to teach me this lesson with plants and it will die on me. And I think that's that's probably why I think Okay, I've watered you. I And she also also wants me to speak nicely to it. You've got to speak nicely, just like you need to speak nicely to yourself when you're talking about your own health, So we're going to help try and help people over the next 12 months creates unhealthy habits. Instead of getting so caught up on those outcomes. Michelle maintains that if you just engage in healthy habits than healthy outcomes will follow. And I have no reason not to believe her s o. We're going to do this. Over the next 12 months. You can go to the blogged. And download that checklist. You'll be surprised. It's not what you think There's no measurements on there. There's no B M I. There's none of that stuff. It's it's more of a mental tool than anything else, and next month, we will give you another little tip to move you in the right direction. In the meantime, you could go to our block sight to get to Michelle's website. Better beings dot net is her website. She's got her books available there. I have read all of her books. I have not seen the Pff is your BFF, not cookbook is that what it's called is like is it called that? I keep calling it the not cooked because because I said Michelle was your cookbook coming because it's not a cookbook. Wasn't okay. Pff is you're being have not cookbook. It's a handbook. I had Buck Eye handbook. There you go. She also has a journey. A journal. Excuse me. If you want to have some place to kind of document your progress, you can get all of that there. But There was one thing I was going to ask you about it. I can't remember now. So what? What? Well, do you know what we're going to dip our toe into next month? Michelle? I don't know. I think we'll just have to kind of see what flushes out in the next few weeks. I'm sure we'll come up with something great. So I would like to let's talk wise next next time because the Y is a big, big, big deal. Michelle's owner, a joy seeing it was always you make everyone's posture better when you're with us, because all the great but I forgot about that. We got so comfortable listening to her. We'll talk to you again. Month, my friend. Thank you. All right, That's Michelle's owner. Find out more about her and get her awesome book. I love Michelle because she doesn't make crazy, silly, stupid promises. That won't come true. That's that's really what it's all about. When we get back. We got Steve Moore. Economist advisor Tonto former President Trump. I think he has some words about by economics, so we're gonna talk to him next. But right now, Susan Witkin is teed up and ready to go What you got for me, Susan. We are going to hear from one of the former president's defense lawyers, who is now talking in Washington, D C. And Colorado's governor is defending Colorado's ranking when it comes to giving out covert 19 vaccines. Have it all for you At two o'clock on K away news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM In an unbelievable discussion on MSNBC. They discuss using drone strikes against extremist Americans in America. Hey, it's Michael Brown. Join the situation. Okay away news Radio tonight at six. You know, fix the 24 7 is our go to for anything mechanical that breaks in our house. Whether it's our air conditioner. Our furnace are hot water heater, and I know that some of you say that's redundant. But whatever our plumbing drain work, electrical work. They've literally done it all in my house. As a matter of fact, they were here this morning doing our annual drain flush for our hot water heater. Now fix the 24 7 has technicians that are skilled in all of those areas. They never try.
"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Heart radio at Fox 31 pinpoint whether mostly cloudy today the high is going to be in the low thirties warming tomorrow to the low forties. Right now. We have 18 degrees A DEA chili. The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump has started Democrat House managers get to go First House managers they're laying out their case to show the trial is constitutional. Colorado has to house managers on the case. Congresswoman Diana to get and Congressman Jonah Goose. No goose laying out the Democrats case to have the trial. President Trump was not impeached. For run of the mill corruption. Misconduct. He was impeached. For inciting a violent insurrection. Insurrection where people died. In this building because said if Congress does not hold the trial, it would invite future presidents to use their power without any fear of accountability. Trump's team argues, cannot be tried in an impeachment case because he is no longer president. Colorado's covert case numbers are dropping drastically over the weekend, 32 counties moved down to yellow level restrictions and covert numbers are dialing down as well. State health officials reported 721 new cases of covert 19 Yesterday two weeks ago, there were nearly 1200. The number of people hospitalized is 535 down from 706 2 weeks ago. The only thing Colorado isn't doing well. Compared to other states is vaccines. We were ranked in the top 10 of the state's population that's been vaccinated. We've fallen now to 25th and are under the national average Chuck Clark a way NewsRadio Postal Service is saying an 11% jump in revenue for the quarter that ended Christmas and included it. A market watch reporting that the postal Services revenue surge comes after a record 1.1 billion packages were delivered as many Americans chose to male holiday gifts rather than deliver them personally. Powder house or celebrating with all the recent mountain snow and more is on the way. Starting today, getting some lights, though maybe over the high mountain passes amounts have been pretty much on the light side. But we do have advisories that will be in effect through tomorrow morning. Not interesting with the National Weather Service says the Steamboat Springs area could get a foot of snow. Wall Street's mixed with the Dow Industrial's up 30 points the S and P 500 losing one. The NASDAQ is up 20 to our next news. Updates at 12 30. I'm Susan Witkin on K O A news radio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM. Here's something gross to think about. Dirt, dust, dander and allergens. All trapped inside your home deep in your carpet fibers turned to the pros it zero red carpet. Cleaning. To get it all out. Their system is proven to remove more soil and bacteria than the other guys. Zero raises the on Lee. No residue carpet cleaner that works on carpet upholstery and tile to right now.
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"Story National Jewish is vaccinating people 70 and over this weekend tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday the vaccinations air for everyone over 70. They do not need to be patient at National Jewish. They can sign up if they go to our website. National Jewish health dot org's William all steadier at National Jewish says, Go to the site to get signed up for future events, too, If they're already full for this three day weekend event to people in South Carolina are sick with the highly transmissible Corona virus variant that is from South Africa. General Motors is going all electric GM says by 2035. It'll end the sale of all gas and diesel powered cars and SUVs. Medium and heavy duty trucks are not included. GM says it wants to be carbon neutral by 2040. Denver's five star covert program is about to roll out. We are excited to announce that applications will be opening on Tuesday, February 2nd at 10 A.m.. So we can begin pre certifying business is a city officials say 500 businesses will be eligible for the five star designation in the first round of the program. Now once inspected and certified, they could increase capacity from 25 to 50% Our next news updates at two o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on Kaylie NewsRadio, a 50 A. M and 94 1 out found there's a check on traffic with Rick Morgan. From the bedspread. Sports traffic Senator. Why don't we drive across town right now? As far as the highways go accident stall free on I 25 from north Wind of the Tech Center. I 70 looks great from Wheat Ridge across to a roar off the highway. Couple crashes on Santa Fe sent off in Florida also crashed Alameda in.
"susan witkin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"They saw a woman in a wheelchair and her son were the victims shot. They are believed to be okay, nonlife threatening injuries at the hospital right now. The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. It's believed he got away in a black BMW sedan. Governor Polish is expected to give a covered 19 update at this hour. The White House says the president is connecting all the dots to understand where the hold ups aren't Corona virus vaccine distribution. The president said yesterday that he wants everyone to have access to the vaccine. By this spring, the White House press secretary clarified and said the president knows it will take months for the broader population to be vaccinated. As of today, a negative covert tests for anyone over the age of two flying into the United States from another country. It's mandatory on every flight. Already, airlines and resorts say they're seeing a huge number of cancelations to places like Mexico, where people wanted to sneak away from covert rules and go for a few days. But as of today, heading back to the U. S from any other country, Mexico and Canada included will require an approved negative cove in test within three days of flying or passengers must be denied boarding. Some passengers fear getting stranded in another country trying to find an approved test or just don't want to take a test. Alex Stone, ABC News Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen now on the job. She was formally sworn in by Vice President Harris Today. Outside the White House. Yelling is the first woman to head the Treasury Department. She is a former chair of the Federal Reserve. And Tony Blinken has been confirmed by the Senate as the new secretary of state. 58 Year old is a veteran diplomat and foreign affairs adviser. If you're having a tough time connecting by Internet email, or zoom with friends and family in the northeastern portion of the U. S today, It's because there's a widespread Internet outage from Boston to Washington, D. C. Verizon says one of his fibers was cut in Brooklyn and that might be the cause. Dow Industrials Right now Up 49 Points S and P 500 is up by four. The NASDAQ Up 20 Our next news update is a 12 30. I'm Susan Witkin on K Away NewsRadio a 50 A M and 94 1 FM. When.
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"Okay. Denver Fire Department Rescue vehicle was responding to a report of smoke in the building when it collided with a passenger vehicle Saturday afternoon. The DFG rescue vehicle was using lights and sirens that had slowed to clear the intersection at the time of the crash. One person in the passenger vehicle passed away at the scene to other passengers and one firefighter are being treated for injuries. Collecting antlers that have been shed by animals in the high country is illegal. This time of year, you cannot collect shed antlers on all public lands west of I 25 from now through April. 30th State wildlife officials say the reason is to reduce disturbing wintering wildlife. Biologists say if big game and other wildlife are bothered by antler collectors, it forces them to move and burn calories unnecessarily, making it tough for them to survive the winter. You can be fined $100 and lose hunting license points if you violate the antler hunting law. Susan Witkin Keohane news radio. I'm sorry. Ever Hard Kaylie News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. James Brown and build our welcoming you back to Dennis Melvin's House. It's time for the midnight snack run. This is one turkey obstacle course. Sticking The healthy habits in this kitchen is going to take focus and determination, but it can be done, JB. He's already into the snack part of the course. And he's eyeball in a jar of chocolate candy. That is tempting right off the start. Oh, he's reaching Bill, but he pushes it away. Great, stiff arm. He's approaching a plate of delicious will keep Iced cookies or Dennis, you only want one of those heat blows right by and for the apple. The fridge is make or break time. J. B. He stares down some, which looking treats. Oh, looks like he's headed for the soda. Wait. Hey, Juice, left, grabs the water bottle and shuts the door with his elbow in liquor time, Believable lube. I got to see that again and he's out. The even turned off the light. That's the way you execute a midnight snack or stand up to cancer and rally. Want you to reduce your risk for cancer. Take a healthy stand dog Walker. The following program is sponsored by Piece Lutheran Church. Identity is rooted in something else. Myself worth and value is rooted in something else. My identity is found in Someone else. Good morning and welcome to peace to you from Peace Lutheran Church in Arvada, Colorado. My friend. In what ways do you find your identity in what you have? What you do. What people think of you. Well. Today, Pastor Dave Almond will talk about the biblical source of identity and why we needed in our lives. Now, here's Pastor Dave Gotta be real honest with you and tell you that I've used this term a lot down through the years. Um and Without really explaining it well. And I I'm gonna make that attempt to explain it well today and the Concept I want to get through today Is this to find or identity?.
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"Heart Radio at Fox 31 10 Point Weather Sunny today High in the mid fifties. Tomorrow, it's going to be Here. 50 degrees right now. 58 degrees at DEA President Biden has arrived at the White House after being sworn in as the nation's 46th president in his inaugural address. The president said. America needs unity and with unity there can be progress. We could put people to work in good jobs. We can teach our Children in safe schools, we can overcome the deadly virus. We could reward reward work and rebuild the middle class and make health care secure. For all we can deliver racial justice and we can make America once again. Leading force for good in the world. Colorado Democrat Jason Crowe says he supports President Biden's call for unity. He thinks there's a real chance that Congress will answer that plea with collective action. I do think there's an opportunity for us all to take a step back and the lower the temperature in the room, they say, You know, we have more in common. And some of our differences might suggest, and we got to get some things done. Crow says that the biggest challenge is meeting the pandemic so we could save lives and get the nation's economy back on track. Colorado health officials hope a change in the White House will lead to an improve rollout of covert 19 vaccinations. Governor, Pola says. There's now an easy way for folks to sign up to get the shot. You go to covert 19 dot Colorado got tub and you click on list of providers. You see how the Kaiser your local pharmacy, You don't have to be a network. It doesn't matter whether you've been there before. Over 287,000 Coloradans have been immunized with one dose of the vaccine. So far, the state of Colorado is starting the process of Decommissioning the Colorado Convention Center as an alternative care site for covered 19 patients. State officials believe the site should be returned to Denver counties. Oversight by the end of March. Wall Street closing positive today with the Dow Up 258 points the S and P 500 game 53. The NASDAQ was up 260. Our next news update is a 2 30. I'm Susan Witkin on K O a news radio a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs benefits that may be available to veterans..
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"That hospitals throw out one batch of the modern a vaccine after several people reported severe allergic reactions. This is a B C K away news. Radio time is 40 to governor. Polish ordering Copan vaccine providers to use second doses of the vaccine immediately. So far Colorado has received about 200002nd doses would only administered about 50,000 Polish requesting providers managed vaccine supply on a week to week basis on Leigh, keeping enough second dose is required for the current week. In a letter, the governor told healthcare partners that anything beyond that should be used as a first dose. The governor says the request does not change the policy to administer two doses of vaccine either 21 or 28 days apart. Metro area. We'll get snow flurries overnight. But not much accumulation. Zack here is with the National Weather Service says the state will remain dry for a while. Definitely still in a drought and definitely no real scientific improving substantially in the near future, he says. Even though the mountains are getting snow, the snow pack levels in the high country are below normal. And iconic Denver business is shutting its doors for good rumors about the fate of the Denver Diner began swirling when it did not reopen a 25% capacity earlier this month and announcement confirming the restaurant's closure was posted to its Facebook page. It's been a staple at the corner of Spear and Colfax for three decades. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science continues its mission to entertain and educate during the time of mask wearing and social distancing. The I Max Theater is back open with reduced capacity limits of fewer than 90 people allowed in a theater that normally seats 3 50. We have adjusted our H vac systems and our filters throughout the museum. The theater included. To push more fresh air into the building and cycle. The air going through the building more frequently more. O'Neill with the museum says they have great exhibits opening like Sue the T. Rex and Stonehenge and the girls and science event will go on in a virtual format will have life programming as well as onto me and content available through the month of March. Susan Witkin Kaylie News radio Our Next update at 4 30. I'm Chad Bauer on K O A news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1, FL. In front of Ben Friends points Traffic center. It's great stunt you drive this morning on the main highway scandal, major incidents and delays to worry about. There is no overnight roadwork that's gonna be causing any problems on I 70 between roar and gold. And everything looks real good. You get into the high country you do Attraction Law Center. In fact, between C 4 70 Idaho Springs and the U. S to 85. Also, you've got Chain in traction laws, and that's gonna be between Morrison and Pine Junction Funks 31 pinpoint whether you could expect it to be cloudy with a high of 36 Tonight. Sloan's gonna drop down to about 20 tomorrow. Expect behind your 50 with a low of 22. Then on Thursday, it's going to warm up to about 46 with a little 27 currently it's 23. I'm carry on going. Kaylie News radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Start this year off right, smiling with a healthy and beautiful smile that you are proud of when you take off your mask. If you.
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"There are a few things that we all need to take away from this Corona virus Pandemic number one Take vitamin D countries were a vast majority of the population have vitamin D deficiencies have had a way worse outcome. Italy is at the top of that list. Number to maintain a healthy weight because obese people have been absolutely destroyed by Corona. Virus Number three. Make sure your gut health is good if you take nothing away from the rest of this Take away those three things and your life is going to be better off in the long run. When we get that Congressman Can buck joins us. We're talking impeachment with him. But right now, Susan Witkin is in the newsroom to tell us what's coming up in her new. I just want you to know that when you were talking about siblings and beating each other up On, Dave said he has no idea what we're talking about. He's a freak. Okay, I just want to say, Dave, we love you. But honestly, Cathy Walker by our news director here, and I looked at each other said What? Of course we pummeled each other are our siblings. Of course we did it, but we love them now. Susan, I have a question for you. I thought about this last night. Don't you think that all of the people who are only Children now during this pandemic are gonna end up having more than one kid Because they were bored to death during the pandemic with no one to play with? I'm dead serious. I think we're gonna have a little mini baby boom in 10 years. You know what? Maybe we will. You know, we had two kids because I have honestly, the second one was to help the first one deal with us. Yeah, well, I had one because I was old when I had her, and I was like, never again. Have you in that? Well, right, but I was young enough. I could do it again, and I was like we got to because it would be a curse to have him just deal with us by himself. That's not nice, and they're the best of friends. Duster morning. We have up for the Eastern Plains today in Colorado State capitals on the alert. I've got all the details coming your way. 12 30 Right here. Kayleigh news radio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may.
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"Search, and there's never a fee. Kaylie NewsRadio Time is 2 30 to our top story. 10 House Republicans plan on voting to back the impeachment of the president for a second time. The House already has enough votes to impeach Trump for inciting violence at the U. S. Capitol. The voting is continuing on the House floor governor published says the decision on picking Huntsville, Alabama, as the permanent home for Space Command is deeply concerning. News reports say. The military selected Colorado Springs as the permanent home of the command. On Lee to be overruled by the president. The governor says the president's action appears to be politically motivated. The president picked Alabama is the state that includes six lawmakers who objected to the election results last week, Republican Mayor John Suthers says the decision is definitely a political. One. Bottom line is they're significant political connections. Between the president and the congressional delegation in Alabama. And what perhaps he hopes they may be of assistance to him is this thing Um, reveals itself as other says he and our congressional delegation will be asking the incoming Biden administration to overturn the decision. They'll be budget discussions ahead. And somebody's going to have to address the question. Do we really want to spend billions of dollars moving Space command when it's in it particularly stable place where space command personnel including the guardians and the This'll billion personnel loved to live. Our next news updates the three o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on K O a news radio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM Check on Traffic with Rick Morgan from the Bedspread Force Traffic Center in good shape on the high will drive across town right now no major backups to deal with Kravitz spots and it was found to seven across Commerce City Stop on 2 to 5 approaching. I 25 pretty slow through there as well and we'll crowding or 5 25. Between sixth and Colfax heading into downtown. But that's it the rest of our drive in pretty good shape right.
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"Heart radio at Fox 31 pinpoint weather Partly cloudy today The high will be in the upper forties Lower forties expected for tomorrow. Row. President elect Joe Biden, speaking right now blaming President Trump for yesterday's attacks on the capital, saying, We saw this coming for four years as Trump has had contempt for the rule of law and democracy unleashed. And all out assault on our institutions of our democracy from the outset and yesterday was what the culmination of that unrelenting attack. Is, in fact, the free press. Who dared to question his power. Repeatedly calling the free press the enemy of the people A day after the storming of the U. S Capitol. There are calls today to remove the president from office President Costis The president is on fit. The president is unwell. And the president must now relinquished control of the executive branch voluntarily or involuntarily as Illinois Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger. Also today, Senator Chuck Schumer is calling for the president's immediate removal from office. Colorado Democrat Congressman Ed Perlmutter says the president cannot be gone from the White House. Soon enough, Perlmutter telling Kay away NewsRadio, the president gets a good portion of the blame for what happened at the U. S Capitol yesterday. The president inside it a crowd and whip them up, and some of them were looking for trouble anyway, and they came to the capital, and they just wanted to cause mayhem. And they did, the congressman says yesterday he was numb. Today he is angry about what happened. Washington D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser. Service seeking the creation of a nonpartisan commission to investigate the violence at the U. S. Capitol. She said the events were textbook terrorism. Facebook is now blocking the president from posting on the social media APP until inauguration Day, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said yesterday. Shocking events proved that President Trump plans to spend his remaining time in office, undermining President elect Joe Biden. Zuckerberg wrote that Trump used the platform to condone Rather than condemn his supporters behavior. The company's extending the block on Trump's face. Like an instagram accounts indefinitely until the peaceful transition of power is complete. Michael Kastner Wolf straight is moving higher today. Financial experts say they are betting on the Biden administration to give more help that read that more money for those on the unemployment line. The market is wagering. There will be more checks to small businesses and two individuals. If they will spend the money and help the economy. The tech heavy NASDAQ is crossing over 13,000 for the first time ever on the NASDAQ is up 304 points at 13,045, the Dow industrial's up 236 points in the S and P 500 up by 56. Our next news update is a 12 30. I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane, NewsRadio a 50 A. M and 94 1 FM. You know if you find yourself in a situation where you've been hurt, and it's someone else's fault, you need to talk to the team at Belle and polic their personal injury attorneys. They help people in a wrongful death situation to help people who have been hit by someone else driving, maybe doing something like drinking or texting. They help people get the damages that they need and deserve to be made whole again. This these these guys and gals of melancholic are just incredibly nice. And if you need help, this is who I recommend you call just call for a free appointment. They work on a contingency fee basis. That means you don't come out of pocket on anything. So just call 303795 59 100. That's 795 59 100 or find him online at their excellent website. Lots of good information champions of the people dot com. This is the team you want and tell him you.
Dozens of species declared extinct in latest IUCN report
"The International Union for Conservation of Nature, says 31 plants and animals have been moved to the extinct category. Now that includes 15 freshwater fish species that are native to a lake In the Philippines, Experts are blaming overharvesting and destructive fishing methods. They're the group also knows that every freshwater dolphins species in the world is now threatened. With extinction. Our next news updates at one o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane,
US Ride-Share Drivers Ready for Massive Countrywide Strike Ahead of Uber IPO
"Address for the Northridge rec center. This is where parents who have children at the stem school need to go. It's eight hundred Broadway in highlands ranch. And that is the Northridge rec center that is where Douglas county sheriff's officers are asking parents to go pick up your students. Do not do not go to Northridge elementary. That is what was I put out go to Northridge rec center that eight hundred Broadway to pick up your kids if you have children at the stem school in highlands ranch. We're going to go back to the interview with Brad vilely. He has a son at the highlands ranch stem school. We may have to interrupt it to go there there. Jerry. What do you have for Jerry bell? We've got a lot of people on cellphones. So that's why I'm going to have a Bill the difficult getting a but in front of the school right now all kinds of fire apparatus emergency equipment lights, flashing people are walking up the street here on dad Corp, which turns into centennial up toward the school. I'm doing the same thing. Trying to find out what what's going on. But I can tell you this. The response. This is very large. I don't see people in any kind of panic at least where I am right now. But again, obviously concerned parents want to come close to that school and try to find out what's going on with their kids. All right, Jerry. When you get more information, please give us a call. And and let us know what's going on the scene cetera. Of course, and all and we do know that we can tell you that apparently two people are in custody and two students were injured in the shooting at the highlands ranch stem school. That's k. Newsradio Jerry bell to forty five on KOA NewsRadio. Susan Witkin, Mandy Connell. And earlier mandate. I spoke with Brad violate he has a student in the classroom where this shooting happened. And we're gonna listen to a little bit of that interview and swung around. They took a couple shots. Two two. Another took a shot in the wagon, and they were able to disarm the two gunmen in the police. You said were there it seemed like just literally seconds later the place for on site. But they were able to get the weapons out of the hands of the to shoot of before. You bales got hurt. Brad. Are you saying that your son was in this classroom and the gunman came into your son's classroom? Yes. That's what he what he told me. Do we do does your son know if these are students? Yeah, he I won't say their names by both students. Okay. So he identified the there are two shooters in your estimate that came into the classroom. Yes. And your son's friends were injured. Yes. One friend got shot twice in the other friend got shot once, but they were both still stable they were conscious and aware and my son was not shop, but they're able to get the weapons out of the hands of the shooter's. We're speaking with Brad vilely. He's a father of a student at the stem school now the stem school in highlands ranch serves elementary middle and high school your son is a senior in high school. Yes. If I could ask a question ending. Join. So are is the school on lockdown currently and have you been given any? So you're waiting to hear back on when you can pick up your son. Yeah. I'm actually at my other son's middle school right now trying to get him. So we can get this whole family together. So you know, I've got people trying to call into my phone right now. So five cut the short, I apologize. But that's everything you gave me, but he's fine you safe. And he said, it's friends even though they were Hitler. They're both doing well when he talked to them what we're talking with Brad bylines, the father of a student at the stem school in highlands ranch. His son was in the classroom where to shooters came in and shot a couple of those kids. Now, apparently, you say that those two shooters were disarmed by students. Police are saying that the there are two people in custody in their possibly engaging third did your son say anything more about. Just the two that came into the classroom, and he recognized both of them. But. Did they seem to be targeting a specific student or targeting those students that were shot? He decided he sweeped around really quickly and it happened so fast. He just reacted. They went after they basically the three that soon that were involved with two that got shot in him as soon as they saw the shooter skipping. They both got up and went after them is what he described it to me. What did you send do in this situation? You said was he also injured, sir? He was not he said the guy surprise you wasn't the barrel one right by his face. And did he go after these shooters? And who disarmed them specifically was it your son in somebody else? Heated and one the other kids also got shot. All right. That's Brad Bali. He's got his son who what a great kid. I gotta tell you. I I'm stunned by that. I in a good way. I'm just stunned by that turn of events, and we need to clarify where exactly the
Guido, Interim President And United States discussed on Mandy Connell
"Clearly not a coup we recognize one Guido as legitimate interim president of Venezuela and just as it's not a coup on the president of the United States gives an order to the department of defense. It's not a coup for one Guido to try and take command of the Venezuelan military national security adviser John Bolton says when it comes to US involvement all options are on the table history is being made by Minnesota model as she is the first woman to wear a burkini in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. She will be in the may eighth issue. Our next update is at four o'clock. I'm Susan Witkin KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Got.
Senator John McCain, President and NASA discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"NASA says astronauts successfully. Plugged a hole in the international space station the ISS crew used to cloth wife saturated with sealant. To stop air from leaking through that whole there's no immediate word on what caused the. Two millimeter wide hole in the space station but. NASA says the crew was never in danger a small, leak was found on board sensors Wednesday night and that's not spend. It yesterday and the Russian Soyuz ferries ship
Trump prepares to announce Supreme Court pick
"Of sunshine this afternoon and it will be hot will be up around ninety eight degrees we get their that will tie daily record high for denver set in nineteen eighty nine tonight down to about sixty four degrees with clear skies and light win it's a hot one again tomorrow right back to around ninety six we stay in the nineties for the rest of the week from cbs four i'm meteorologist chris spears on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm is how we've got ninety two degrees at aurora the heat record for denver on this day is ninety eight and we could get there again today in the meantime cbs sports crispier says this summer has a chance to be the hottest on record in denver today will be day number twenty eight with temperatures at ninety or higher in denver at this point in two thousand twelve we were at twenty five days so we're currently outpacing that record hot year back in two thousand twelve denver hit ninety degrees or higher seventy three times between the months of may and september from cbs four i'm meteorologist chris beers on koa newsradio local company is on the front line of the cave rescue in thailand inter map technologies have douglas county created a three d map and model of the flooded cave where rescuers are racing to bring out the soccer players and their coach supporting them with this intelligence that they can't otherwise you know make really efficient decisions without so things like the depths things like the flow factors where water is likely to go as these water levels rise the companies patrick blots so far eight of the boys have been rescued crews are preparing to go back into the cave to bring out the remaining four boys and their coach president trump is said to announce his nominee to the supreme court this evening abc supreme court reporter kate shaw says judge amy coney barrett is the conservative favourite at this point she's young she can easily serve on the court for four decades she's viewed as very conservative probably the most conservative of the four finalists and she does seem to be the safest vote to overturn roe versus wade if in fact that's what the president wants in his nominee as he promised repeatedly during the campaign and you can hear the supreme court announcement on koa newsradio at seven o'clock at the lake christine fire nearby salt the citations issued a two people accused of accidentally started the fire by shooting tracer amunition have now been upgraded to felony arson warrants fires burn close to six thousand acres and it is thirty one percent contained the dow industrials closing up today three hundred twenty points s and p five hundred gaining twenty four the nasdaq up sixty eight this news is brought to you by armor roofing our next news updates at two thirty i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm.
White House attorney McGahn to lead Trump's Supreme Court search
"The economy for the rest of the year see you economist richard watkins says trade policy and political uncertainty are worrisome i think that's weighing on business leaders a little bit and that's reflected in a little bit less positive view on hiring a little bit less positive view on capital investment while they can says colorado business leaders are starting to feel some of the effects of the tight labor force president trump says he has so far interviewed four potential nominees to the supreme court trump says he will announce his nominee for the court next monday july ninth the white house counsel's office led by don mcgann well once again oversee the selection of president trump's supreme court nominee and manage the confirmation process as it did for justice neal gorsuch last year deputy press secretary raj shah who sometimes holds briefings for sarah sanders we'll step away from that white house role in order to work full time on the supreme court nomination shall will oversee communications strategy and messaging coordination with allies on capitol hill karen travers abc news the white house there are reports president trump could be holding his next meeting with north korean leader kim jong un in new york city unnamed us officials say trump might offer kim a meeting in new york as a reward for moving to denuclearize the communist state if he's still say the meeting could happen in september during the un general assembly dow industrials losing seventy six points right now the s and p five hundred off five the nasdaq is up eighteen our next news updates at one thirty i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one.
This is how much coffee can keep your heart healthy, study says
"A couple of thunderstorms possible this is when you need a caddy this cinderella story is gonna have a happy and we'll advise you when to play through sunny skies statewide and much warmer and went to head back to the clubhouse you know i think this heavy radio i heart radio station newsradio time is one thirty good afternoon i'm susan witkin president trump introducing family members of those who had loved ones killed by illegal immigrants known as angel families president said the media ignores these families and then he had about a dozen family members speak telling their stories of their loved ones who were killed they employed more media coverage of their stories and reporting more on illegal immigrant crime a new study claims drinking coffee is a good way to keep your heart healthy german researchers say downing about four cups of coffee each day boost certain proteins inside cells of older adults now what did the lead researcher says drinking four to five cups of coffee a day seems to improve what he called the powerhouses of cells the rockies play the miami marlins tonight at coors field our coverage of the game starts at six o'clock and we've got of course first pitch at six forty our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am ninety four one fm here's traffic and weather together here's rick morgan backup speed on on northbound two.
John Dowd resigns from Trump's personal legal team
"And sixty one degrees in centennial a key member of the president's legal team is stepping down trump's lead attorney for the ongoing russia investigation has resigned john dowd tells abc news in a statement quote i love the president and wish him well it was just last weekend when dowd sparked controversy when he issued a statement saying he hoped the justice department would end the special counsels russia probe he said he was speaking for himself but another attorney on the president's team tyco later issued a statement saying the president wasn't considering or discussing firing robert muller karen travers abc news though the white house to house has passed a one point three trillion dollar spending bill that keeps the lights on in washington past friday the bill now goes to the senate the white house says the president will sign it this jury bill that spending bill doesn't include protections for colorado's recreational marijuana industry senators michael bennett and cory gardner and congressman jared polis in ed pearl butter wanted a provision in the bill that would have stopped the us justice department for cracking down on recreational pot in states that have legalized it but that provision didn't make it into the bill jerry bell koa newsradio he called china a friend at a signing ceremony but president trump move forward with tariffs on imports from china the president says he's moving to even the score with china the white house says every one billion dollars in trade deficit costs a us six thousand jobs the tariffs he announced the signing ceremony affects imports ranging from clothes and shoes to let tron ix we have a trade deficit depending on the way you calculate of five hundred and four billion dollars a senior administration official says the tariffs are valued at fifty billion dollars in we'll target thirteen hundred products the treasury department will release a full list of products tariffs within fifteen days in washington rachel sutherland fox news on wall street stocks are down on news of the trade tariffs against china and fear of retaliation with the dow off two hundred seventy one points right now the s and p five hundred is losing twenty seven points and the nasdaq the techheavy market is now down seventy five points our next news update is at twelve thirty i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm i'm tom shane lots of jewelers are doing.
United Airlines mistakenly flies Kansas-bound German shepherd to Japan
"A school safety bill to increase security funding it happened on a day when thousands of kids walked out of classrooms around the country high school students in denver and around the country demanding action as a way to mark one month since the mass shooting that killed seventeen people at a school in florida the student from denver's east high says it's frustrating to have to be part of an event like today our lives matter and the fact that we have to come out here to be heard instead of just it being the norm and tonight students and parents come together at denver's north high school for a six o'clock townhall on gun issues colorado supreme court chief justice nancy rice's retiring the nominating commission will meet may to interview candidates chief justice rice's retirement effective july first attorney general jeff sessions is considering firing former acting fbi director andrew mccabe just days before he's set to retire the cape step down from the bureau in january it was set to retire march eighteenth being fired could put the twenty one year fbi veteran's pension at risk longtime cnbc commentator larry cudlow says he will be the new chief economic adviser at the white house and the airline already under fire for the death of a dog in an overhead compartment now making headlines for another blunder mix up by united airlines sending a family dog to japan instead of kansas city missouri cara swindle and her two kids were in the middle of moving from oregon to kansas landed at that airport tuesday went to pick up their german shepherd ergo who was slated to arrive ahead of them on a different flight and finding instead a great dane sitting in the kennel labeled with burgos paperwork the airlines saying an error occurred during connections for two pets sending the ten year old dog back to the us a nearly seventeen hour flight the family says it's planning legal action against the airline lilian woo fox news our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one.
London, Florida and Michael Hancock discussed on Mandy Connell
"Five seventy madeleine these guys are real estate elevated climate change i guess i haven't made up my mind yet but i do know you can never be sure what our weather's gonna be from one day to the next know what to expect with colorado's news traffic and weather station iheartradio station we newsradio time is one thirty good afternoon i'm susan witkin secretary of state rex tillerson's talking about his firing tillerson says he's focused on an orderly and smooth transition in this tap deputy secretary of state john sullivan to lead the state department until a new secretary is confirmed by the senate the president is nominating cia director mike pompeo as secretary of state tillerson last day will be march thirty first the president has picked gina house bowl to replace pompeo at the cia she's the first woman chosen to run the spy agency and currently serves as the deputy director of the cia governor hickenlooper says he is reluctant to talk about sexual harassment issues involving state senator randy baumgartner and denver mayor michael hancock everybody wants everybody to a pine on everything john always constructive asked about the denver mayor today the governor says what happens next is up to city council and is the baumgartner case the governor says he's found that anytime he tells lawmakers what to do it doesn't go very well british police now investigating the death of another russian exile in london nikolai glushkov was found dead in his home in south london he was a close associated of leading critic of ladimir putin in florida prosecutors say they are seeking the death penalty for nicholas cruise the student charge and the parkland school massacre cruises attorney called the announcement unexpected saying cruise was ready to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence the dow down one hundred seventy one points right now the s and p five hundred losing eighteen the nasdaq off seventy nine our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm traffic and weather together now here's rick morgan.