El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman has last minute things to know for the El Paso County Primary Election.
Jordan Goodman talks about oil prices, Federal Reserve raising rates and more.
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan has the latest on 46 found dead in a tractor-trailer after a suspected smuggling incident in Texas.
Dana Schield Senior Public Communications Specialist Colorado Springs Airport - June 27, 2022 - KRDO’s Afternoon News
Travel at the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) continued to increase for the month of May. A total of 194,747 passengers traveled through the terminal in May, which represents a 17.4 percent increase from May 2021. The number of travelers who boarded a plane out of COS was 97,656 – a 17.7 percent increase from the same time last year.
El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman talks about the El Paso County Primary Election.
Kathy Hook talks about fireworks for the 4th of July.
Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management Deputy Director Lonnie Inzer explains how you can have a safe 4th of July.
ABC News Political Analyst Steve Roberts talks about the Supreme Court striking down Roe.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Sean Rice has details on a private event that was held today at the Flying W Ranch remembering the Waldo Canyon Fire ten years ago. Nick Carter notes more showers are possible in the area through Monday.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Spencer Soicher has details on a Canon City man being arrested and charged for murder, while a man was killed overnight in a Pueblo shooting. Nick Carter notes showers and thunderstorms are expected throughout the weekend.
This week Tara gives Tony Shore her co host the day off and teams up with her husband and partner Chris to discuss her new book. They are going to talk about the individual chapters and outline what you can expect. They are going to give you behind the scenes input with each chapter so you understand what went into it, and why the topics are important. If you have any questions call Tara and Chris at 719-210-4242 or online at www.nolanfinancialpartners.com
Justin Hermes does have a game plan for Inflation and Stagflation. If Stagflation is a term you have never heard of check this out! Justin is a very diversified Realtor and has grown up here in Colorado and has spent his life teamed up with his real estate father John. Justin knows every form of real estate and practices it. Justin will show you his game plan for Inflation and Stagflation.
This week Jay is going wild with the topic of rates titled "Rates Gone Wild". Jay Garvens and Justin Hermes of the Real Estate Realities show will let you know what to expect in the near future, and for the the next few years with the rising lending rates. Jay has a plan for home buyers and investors so they can still get in the market and work towards home ownership and debt free living.
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News and Weather Update for June 25, 2022
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Pikes Peak Community Foundation (PPCF) and Pikes Peak Real Estate Foundation (PPREF) today announced a slate of summer activities at Venetucci Farm, a beloved community icon that celebrates the legacy of Nick and Bambi Venetucci, as it marks the one year anniversary of new management with Gather Mountain Blooms, an urban flower farm. Below is a listing of summer events held at Venetucci Farm, 5210 S. U.S. Highway 85 87, Colorado Springs, CO 80911: Rocky Mountain Flower Fest – Bluegrass concert festival mixed with a farm full of flowers! o Saturday, June 25 – 2:00-10:00 P.M. $65 general admission, $95 VIP Whiskey Tasting experience + GA, $25 Kids under 10 You-Pick Flower Field Opens o OPENING DAY Saturday, July 2 – 8:00-11:30 A.M. o Weekly Thursdays 5:30-7:30P.M., Friday & Saturdays 8:00-11:30 A.M. $5 admission, $20 per cup of flowers Love Grows Community – Four Thursday evenings where you can cut your own flowers from our fields, and 100% of $5 admission support local nonprofits. o Thursday, July 14 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Kids on Bikes o Thursday, July 21 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Inside Out Youth Services o Thursday, July 28 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Bloom House o Thursday, August 4 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Dream Catchers Equine Rescue $5 admission, $20 per cup of flowers.
El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder joined Andrew Rogers on 'The Extra' to discuss the current news in the Sheriff's Office and what's happened during his two terms in office, what's next for the office, and what the future holds for him!
Jonathan Toman with Peak Radar talks about what is happening in the Pikes Peak region.
ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson previews "Elvis", " Rise" and more.
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan talks about drought and fireworks.
Randy tell us about the upcoming Charity event Headlocks for Hospice.
Tommy Schield - Director of Marketing & Communications at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum - June 23, 2022 - KRDO’s Afternoon News
The Museum is excited to host the Hall of Fame Festival taking place June 25-27 in downtown Colorado Springs for Team USA fans of all ages!
On KRDO's "The Extra" Thursday, Ben Ralston, CEO of the Sachs Foundation joined host Shannon Brinias to talk about a partnership to offer Black college graduates in Colorado an opportunity to make an impact as an educator. The Sachs Foundation has supported Black Coloradans since 1931, is teaming up with Teach For America (TFA) Colorado, the state branch of a national organization that expands educational opportunity for children by recruiting and training educators. The organizations intend to build a community of Black educators through cohort groups and supplement salaries to address the shortage of Black teachers in Colorado. More at sachsfoundation.org and teachforamerica.org.
Jessica Miller with El Paso County, Recreation & Cultural Services talks about some upcoming events at Bear Creek and Fountain Creek Nature Centers.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers talks about Ukraine expecting support for its candidacy to join the European Union.
Donner is a Colorado Springs local and has won overall at Pikes Peak on three occasions (1991, 2002 and 2005). He's also set a number of class records, his most recent being the record for production cars which he set in 2014 with a 991-generation 911 Turbo S.
Multiple law enforcement agencies served several search warrants regarding a criminal organization and a Southern Colorado pawn shop with locations in Colorado Springs and Pueblo Springs Police say a joint investigation into a multi-million dollar criminal organization involved in the sale of "large quantities of stolen property" at Top Dollar Pawn.
On Wednesday's "The Extra", we shine a spotlight on the Hal Bruno Kids Camp being held in Southern Colorado this month. These camps are sponsored by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, and the kids attending are those who've lost a parent or sibling in a firefighting line-of-duty death. More info at firehero.org.
Darlene Wolford with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center previews a couple hiring events and highlights a few job openings.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers talks about a transit strike in Britain.
Justin Hart sits down with another member of the Class of 2022 Colorado Springs Sports Hall of Fame, Judy Barnett.
Judy Barnett is a coaching legend among the halls of Manitou High School having established both the girls’ basketball and volleyball programs during her 20+ year tenure. Barnett taught business education and served as the Manitou Springs High School girls’ volleyball head coach from 1976-1996. Under her leadership, the Mustangs were consistently a force to be reckoned with at the annual Colorado State Volleyball tournament, winning the championship in 1992 and placing second four times. Additionally, Barnett served as president of the Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports from 1990-1996 and coordinated the All-State Games for softball, volleyball, and basketball.
Barnett went on to impact youth sports throughout the state of Colorado and served as the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) assistant commissioner overseeing volleyball, swimming, speech, boys’ and girls’ basketball, softball and soccer over the years. She developed the first CHSAA Sportsmanship Summit in 1998, was named to Top 20 Most Powerful Women in Colorado Sports by the Denver Post in 1997 and inducted in the CHSCAA Hall of Fame in 1999. Judy was named the Colorado High School Coaches Association Volleyball Coach of the Year in 1995, National High School Volleyball Coach of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association in 1996, and the Dave Sanders Colorado Coach Award in 2006.
David Donohue will take on the daunting task of being King of Mountain Sunday June 26, 2022, during the 100th running of the Race to the Cloudss
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan talks about employers may be openly publishing their workers' compensation.
Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez talks about the ten year anniversary of the Waldo Canyon Fire, a report on the CSPD and more.