Today Jay reflects and shares about a personal loss of a family member he and his family experienced since Covid 19 began. It wasn't a relative but still the heart felt loss helped to clarify how people right now are suffering and strengthened Jay's commitment to helping his clients.
This week Justin talks about the ins and outs of the additional dwelling unit process. With growing pains here in Colorado Springs you can find different angles to make the market affordable and still create passive income. Noah from Pioneer construction joins Justin to talk about the construction process.
Bell & Pollock talk about the settlement of your injury claim.
A shooting suspect is in custody after an officer-involved shooting in Pueblo and how close is El Paso County to easing COVID restrictions.
ABC's Dave Packer joined Andrew Rogers and Dan Cochell on KRDO's Afternoon news as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said today it is "closely monitoring and evaluating the extreme price volatility of certain stocks' trading prices over the past several days." This announcement comes at the end of a week that saw massive disruptions on Wall Street fueled by
amateur traders loosely organizing on Reddit, although the SEC's statement
did not mention any stocks, social media platforms or trading platforms
specifically. GameStop shot up more than 70% in early trading today,
clawing back most of its steep loss from the day before, after Robinhood
said it will allow customers to start buying some of the stock again.
ABC's Andy Field joined Andrew Rogers and Dan Cochell on KRDO's Afternoon News as the Biden administration says it's taking "creative steps" to get broader public support for its $1.9 trillion COVID-19 rescue plan. That's as attempts to strike a deal with Republicans have led to concerns about
delays in coronavirus relief. President Joe Biden and his new treasury
secretary said Friday that the cost of doing too little is much greater
than the cost of doing and spending too much. White House press secretary
Jen Psaki said Biden recognizes the importance of speaking directly to the
American people about his plan for vaccinations and supporting the
economy. But the pandemic has limited his ability to safely travel the
country to drum up support.
Jonathan Toman with Peak Radar talks about what is happening in the Pikes Peak region.
Unemployment benefits for those out of work due to COVID-19, nurse shortage, your weather forecast and more.
A bomb scare disrupts schools in Pueblo for one local school and County leaders are trying to help businesses struggling from COVID-19.
ABC's Alex Stone Joined Andrew Rogers and Dan Cochell on KRDO's Afternoon News as a new coronavirus variant identified in South Africa has been found in the United States for the first time. South Carolina officials say two such cases have been diagnosed in the state. Viruses mutate constantly, and many variants of the coronavirus are circulating around the globe, but scientists are primarily concerned with three that appear to spread more easily. The CDC says there are at least 315 cases of the British COVID variant in the US, mostly in California and Florida. Its latest forecast also predicts as many as 514,000 US deaths by February 20.
On Thursday's "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias chatted with Envida CEO Gail Nehls about the non-profit's mission, the service they provide throughout El Paso and Teller counties, how covid-19 has changed their practices and new partnerships helping the homeless. For more information, go to: envidacares.org/about-envida/
On KRDO's Morning News, Theresa Odello with El Paso County, Recreation & Cultural Services, joined us to talk about upcoming events--more info at 50th-anniversary
Fort Carson has a dedicated COVID-19 vaccination site, latest COVID-19 numbers, a drop in student enrollment, your weather and more.
ABC News Crime and Terrorism Analyst Brad Garrett talks about an advisory issued by the Department of Homeland Security.
ABC News Correspondent Aaron Katersky talks about the Department of Homeland Security warning of possible domestic terrorist threats.
KRDO NewsRadio Program Director Andrew Rogers announcing Dan Cochell as the new host of KRDO's Afternoon News.
All teachers at one local High School will need to re-apply for their jobs if they want to return next year and a Pueblo City Council member is recovering after a heart attack that struck during a meeting this week.
Colorado Springs City Council Member Jill Gaebler joined Andrew Rogers on KRDO's Afternoon News to break down the Banning Lewis North annexation and how the city is navigating the COVID pandemic.
Aram Benyamin CEO of Colorado Springs Utilities joined Andrew Rogers on KRDO's Afternoon News to discuss a recently approved rate reduction and the latest in the utility system improvements for 2021.
On Wednesday's "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias was joined by Rychelle Arnold, Girl Scouts of Colorado, Chief Product Program Officer, and Zoe O’Donnell, Girl Scout Senior, to talk about how starting January 31, Colorado Girl Scouts will be selling your favorite cookies in safe and innovative ways. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, girls are adapting their sales methods to include: Hosting virtual and drive-thru cookie booths. You can text COOKIES to 59618 (message and data rates may apply) or use the official Girl Scout Cookie Finder app for free on iOS or Android devices to find booths in your area; Making porch drop-offs to friends and family; Creating their own websites using the Digital Cookie platform to take online orders. If you know a registered Girl Scout, reach out to her to get the link to her website. If you don’t know a Girl Scout, visit girlscoutsofcolorado.org/cookies on February 1 to purchase cookies from a local troop for direct shipment to your home or donate to local non-profits or the military; and starting February 12, a new national collaboration with Grubhub will allow girls in select Colorado locations to take contact-free pickup and delivery orders. A hands-on experience in managing e-commerce, Girl Scouts will track and fulfill orders placed at grubhub.com/food/girl_scouts, manage inventory, and more, all using Grubhub’s back-end technology. As always, proceeds stay in Colorado. Girl Scouts of Colorado (GSCO) and Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) are grateful to Grubhub for waiving all fees for the organization to make this new delivery option feasible for sales without reducing proceeds.
Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Dos-si-Dos, and Lemon-Ups are $4/package. S’mores and gluten-free Toffee-tastic are $5/package. The 2021 Girl Scout Cookie Program ends Sunday, March 7.
Snow days for schools may be gone, COVID-19 case numbers, the end of the pandemic may be in sight, your weather and more.
Traci Marques with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center talks about how they help job searchers.
Infectious Disease Physician Dr. Simone Wildes talks about which masks are best and what you could do to help stop the spread.
Tracking the efforts of CDOT crews who've been working double-time to keep the roads clear and all members of the Colorado Federal delegation are urging President Biden to look into the decision to move the permanent home of Space Command to Huntsville, Alabama.
Dr. Michael Thomas, Superintendent of Colorado Springs School District 11 joined Andrew Rogers on KRDO's Afternoon News to discuss the latest COVID-19 impacts on area schools.
On Tuesday's "The Extra": What really happens when you die? A look at the practical and legal issues and how to prepare your loved ones. Catherine Hammond, founder of the the Hammond Law Group, discusses the issues surrounding preparing for your passing, along with the considerations from what happens to your body, your estate and legal issues. More information can be found at coloradoestateplan.com or by calling 719.520.1474. You can also sign up for any of their informational webinars: Tuesday, 1/26 at 2 pm, or Wednesday, 2/3 at 2 pm. You can also get a checklist of to-do items at ColoradoEstatePlan.com/free-downloads
A look at road conditions, a woman taken to the hospital after crashing her car, your weather and more.
Dr. Rocky White talks about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Statewide COVID-19 cases have been down in the past two weeks after seeing a case increase that is believed to be associated with Christmas and New Year’s. Manitou Police Chief Brian Churchill is on administrative paid leave, but city officials won't say why ...
ABC's Mark Remillard joined Andrew Rogers on KRDO's Afternoon News with troubling news as Dr. Anthony Fauci seemed to indicate this morning that he's concerned about the South African and UK variants of COVID-19 being more deadly. Vaccine maker Moderna is now launching studies of "an emerging variant booster candidate" against the South African variant of the virus. The company says that out of an “abundance of caution" it is testing two strategies - one to explore whether adding an extra dose could offer extra protection, and another study with a version of their original vaccine that’s more tailored to the South African variant.
A lot of headlines from the Colorado Springs Airport between new routes for United and the incoming plans for Southwest. Air Service Development Manager, Joe Nevill joined Andrew Rogers on KRDO's Afternoon News
The Weekly Market Wrap is a service of Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Ryan Plunkett, and airs Monday afternoons just after 5 PM only on KRDO Newsradio!
Questions for Ryan? Reach him at (719) 380-1177.
On Monday's "The Extra", guest Chuck Broerman, El Paso County Clerk and Recorder, is with us to provide a 2020 General Election recap, as well as, discuss important updates of office operations updates in the Motor Vehicle Department.
This week Jay Garvens explains the saying "Baring political or world economic changes". He will look at with the help from Bill McAfee of Empire Title, how things are beginning to change since the election. He will discuss local, state and national concerns. Jay will also give you hope for the real estate market here in El Paso county.
Real Estate Realities Show with Justin Hermes- The difference between the 15 year mortgage and the 30-January 24, 2021
This week Justin talks with Jay Garvens of Churchill Mortgage about the difference between the 15 year mortgage and the 30 year mortgage. He also brings Kyle in from House Check to talk about the top five things to look for in a home inspection.
Bell & Pollock talk about pre-existing conditions.
In this week's episode of Wake Up and Live with Antoinne Glover presented by Benton Capitol...
Antoinne discusses 4 reasons why people are reconsidering where they live and why they may buy their next new home in 2021. In keeping with is usual looking-forward, positive style, Antoinne welcomes special guest Linda Kilpela who discusses why there is much to look forward to this year and how you can be the master of your own happiness and live your best life. Don’t miss it!
Join Antoinne Saturday mornings at 9:00 on KRDO Newsradio as he brings you the good in our community. He’ll cover real estate trends, new restaurants, the best hangouts, businesses and people making a difference in the Pikes Peak region. Now that’s a change everyone can agree on! Wake Up and Live, Saturday mornings at 9:00 AM only on KRDO Newsradio.
After years of delays, a Pueblo man accused of killing his 21-year old pregnant girlfriend will finally stand trial starting next week and one local air carrier announced a number of new flights in and out of the Colorado Springs area.
Japan is publicly adamant it will stage the postponed Olympics this summer. But to pull it off, many believe the vaccination of its 127 million citizens is key. And what about the athletes? Will they get priority in their various countries? What about athletes from the poorer nations that may not get vaccines in time? And what about spectators? Leaders struck deals with three pharmaceutical makers -- Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Moderna. But uncertainty is growing that a nation ranked among the world's lowest in vaccine confidence can pull off the massive undertaking in time for the Olympics in July.
ABC's Andy Field joined Andrew Rogers on KRDO's Afternoon News as the House will deliver the impeachment article against former President Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday, formally launching trial proceedings next week, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on the Senate floor this morning. Schumer's announcement comes after a request from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to delay the trial until February and give Trump and his still-forming legal team time to prepare a defense.