In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Riley Carrol has the latest local headlines on this Sunday, while Sam Postich has the latest weather which has highs dropping into the 60's for Monday and Tuesday.
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News and Weather Update September 19, 2021
Bell & Pollock talk about the signs of a brain injury.
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In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Riley Carroll has the latest headlines, plus Sam Postich has the latest on the changing weather in Colorado Springs.
Most people that are home owners know about equity, however very few of them know how that equity can work for them to live debt free. Even more surprising is that people who are thinking about home ownership can do the same thing.
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News and Weather Update September 18, 2021
Barry Morphew, the man accused of first-degree murder following the disappearance of his wife Suzanne Morphew, was in court today and was made eligible for a $500,000 cash-only bond.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be back on the road in 2021 and will soon be announcing their annual holiday tour which will include 99 performances in 59 markets including Colorado Springs - over just 44 days!!
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Jonathan Toman with Peak Radar talks about what is happening in the Pikes Peak region.
An early morning shooting in the Cimarron Hills area, double fatal head-on crash investigation, your weather and more.
ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson previews season 2 of "The Morning Show", "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" and more.
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan talks about online romance scams.
Robert Dear is mentally incompetent to stand trial, again.
Pueblo East Eagles at Cheyenne Mountain Red-Tailed Hawks
Justin Hart sits down with Pueblo East Head Football Coach Tony Valdez and Cheyenne Mountain Head Football Coach Jay Saravis about their match up Friday night at 7pm.
Latest COVID case numbers, El Paso County not planning any new public health orders, your weather and more.
El Paso County Commissioner Stan VanderWerf talks about Ballot Measure 1A, future public health orders, your weather and more
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers talks about the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States forming a "landmark" defense partnership.
The top U.S. military officer today defended the phone calls he made to his Chinese counterpart in the final months of Donald Trump's presidency, saying the conversations were in keeping with his duties as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In a written statement, Gen. Mark Milley's spokesman, Col. Dave Butler, said Milley acted within his authority as the most senior uniformed adviser to the president and to the secretary of defense. "His calls with the Chinese and others in October and January were in keeping with these duties and responsibilities conveying reassurance in order to maintain strategic stability," Butler said. "All calls from the chairman to his counterparts, including those reported, are staffed, coordinated and communicated with the Department of Defense and the interagency." Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the president's top military aide, feared that Trump could "go rogue" after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, and worried that he could stoke military conflict to cling to power and derail the peaceful transfer of power, Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa write in "Peril." Milley was not the only senior Trump administration official worried about Trump's behavior and the potential national security implications. CIA Director Gina Haspel also worried that Trump would attack Iran after he declined to rule out military action over its nuclear program in November, the authors wrote.
Antonio has since spent years studying the pharmacy marketplace, publishing several analyses on the drug pricing code and pulling the rug out from what he believes is one of the most dysfunctional marketplaces in the world.
Crystal Volmer with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center highlights some upcoming hiring events.
Pfizer vaccine boosters starting next week, Pueblo Mayor Nick Gradisar explaining his controversial statements, your weather and more
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers talks about the sales tax numbers, Downtown Colorado Springs and more.
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan talks about climbing cases among infants and children.
It’s National Preparedness Month, when we remind everyone to learn how to be ready to respond – before there’s an emergency. Robin Adair is with the Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management, helping us take our preparedness to the next level offering some upcoming free training available to the community.
Some experts say newly drawn legislative maps would give Colorado Democrats an edge.
The Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC recently welcomed Mark Bittle as its new vice president of membership.
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan has the latest as Tropical Storm Nicholas drenches Texas and Louisiana.
Latest COVID-19 case counts, Pueblo City Council work session turns into an all-out confrontation, your weather and more.
Dana Schield talks about things to remember before traveling to the Colorado Springs Airport.
Dr. C. Rocky White talks about the importance of getting a vaccine.
Medicare Annual Enrollment Period is coming up soon. Everyone enrolled into a Medicare plan should be getting their Annual Notice of Change. Once you get that document, call us and we can help you understand what has changed.
A burn restriction is in effect across Colorado Springs as the weather continues to be hot and dry.
Andy called the White House Secret Service office to get his press pass renewed for that final moment, blissfully unaware of what was transpiring in New York. He had yet to turn on his radio. The woman on the other end responded in panicked voice, "Not a good time," she said "we're under attack.1' With the news that another plane had crashed into the Pentagon, Andy grabbed his gear and headed toward Arlington, VA. He set up to report from a hill overlooking the site where he would remain for a number of days, the smell of acrid smoke and the blackened side of the Pentagon a constant reminder of the unimaginable. Andy has vivid memories of that morning 20 years ago as well as from the days afterward when Washington became a ghost town: no cars on the roads and no planes in the air, except for the military.
Kathy Hook explains the new burn restrictions taking effect.
Colorado's vaccination percentage, burn restriction in effect, your weather and more.
ABC News Senior Investigative Reporter Aaron Katersky looks at the Surgeon General defending mandates.
ABC News Political Analyst Steve Roberts looks at the infrastructure deal.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Sydnee Stelle has the latest local headlines, while Nick Carter has the latest weather forecast for this upcoming week.
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News Update for September 12, 2021
Bell & Pollock talk about back to school carpooling.