In this KRDO News Radio on-demand update, Lauren Barnas has the latest on the Evraz mill explosion Saturday night in Pueblo, and more on the latest public health order in regards to indoor capacity limits in Colorado, plus Andy Stein has the latest weather this Memorial Day Holiday.
Chase Golightly has the latest on the explosion at the Evraz Steel Mill in Pueblo on Saturday, plus an iconic breakfast eatery in downtown Colorado Springs reopens, plus Nick Carter with the latest on the stormy weather this Memorial Day Weekend.
Real Estate Realities Show with Justin Hermes- Top 5 places to invest in Colorado Springs- May 30, 2021
Justin Hermes celebrates Memorial Day, and tell you the Top 5 places to invest in Colorado Springs. Ken Smith from Churchill Mortgage will help out Justin this week explaining the mortgage side of investments.
Jay will have Justin Hermes on the show entitled 'Superman" the 4 plex power purchase play! Jay has Justin in the studio because this is Justin's sweet spot. Justin will tell you how to do what he has done to become a 30 year old millionaire.
Natalie Haddad has the latest headlines including an expected boom in local tourism after dealing with COVID-19 last year, and a local hospital has the latest technology with premature babies, while Nick Carter has more on the unsettled weather this Memorial Day Weekend.
Andrew Pintas certified student loan counselors and student debt expert, joins KRDO's Afternoon News.
Free Report Fridays on KRDO's Afternoon News is sponsored by Barb Schlinker and Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty Colorado Springs. Free Report Friday airs on Friday just after 4 P.M. and features real estate news, information, and a free report to help you buy your next home or sell the one you're in.
Scott Mann joined Andrew Rogers on ’The Extra’ to discuss his film "Last out: Elegy of A Green Beret" a story of modern combat, based on real-life events. Scott wrote and produced the film which started out as a stage play that will be open on a limited basis this Memorial Day. Scott also discussed the meaning of Memorial Day from his perspective as a 23-year Army veteran, 16 of which was spent as a Green Beret.
Jonathan Toman with Peak Radar talks about what is happening in the Pikes Peak region.
ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson previews 'Cruella', 'A Quiet Place II' and more.
ABC News Correspondent Alex Stone has the latest from Wednesday's shooting at a San Jose railyard.
To combat impaired driving during the upcoming summer months, the Colorado Department of Transportation, Colorado State Patrol and local law enforcement agencies will join forces for the Memorial Day DUI enforcement period from May 28 to June 1. The enforcement period aims to remind Coloradans to celebrate responsibly over the holiday weekend and throughout the summer.
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is June 27th and Megan gives us a preview of this years 'Race to the Clouds'!
Theresa Odello with El Paso County, Recreation & Cultural Services talks about some upcoming events.
ABC News Crime and Terrorism Analyst Brad Garrett looks at if there is a realistic approach to reducing mass shootings and gun violence.
Council woman Avila talks about the goings on in southeast Colorado Springs.
Electric car infrastructure in Colorado Springs.
On Thursday's "The Extra", Dr. Geoffrey Lim, a board-certified dermatologist and Mohs fellowship-trained surgeon with Optum, joined host "Shannon Brinias" to answer questions during National Melanoma Awareness Month, discussing definitions, diagnosis, treatment and prevention. To schedule an appointment with Optum Dermatology, you can reach out to the team at 719-228-0400. Dr. Lim is located at Optum offices at 1633 Medical Center Point in Colorado Springs.
Crystal Volmer with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center highlights a couple of employeers looking for workers.
Jordan Goodman talks about Amazon buying MGM, China cracking down on Bitcoin and more.
Infectious Disease Physician Dr. Simone Wildes talks about vaccine booster shots and Moderna could soon be approved for kids.
Dr.Thomas reflects on the school year in District 11.
It was 16 years ago that the fight over Terry Schiavo's medical care, and preceding years of litigation, brought the issue of disability planning to the nation's attention. On Tuesday's "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias was joined by guest Catherine Hammond, founder of the Hammond Law Group, to talk about planning for disability, the challenges that arise for loved ones when someone becomes incapacitated, and the options for making sure someone can take care of your financial and medical affairs if you're unable to. For more information, go to ColoradoEstatePlan.com. A webinar is being held next Tuesday, June 1st at 2:00, where attendees can get more information on estate planning.
Terrell Brown with Hillside Connection talks about some upcoming opportunites this summer.
Dana and Dan discuss the latest news at the Colorado Springs Airport.
On Monday's "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias spoke to Stephen Holley, co-founder of "Carry the Load", and ret. US Army Colonel Mark Elliott, Global Head of Military Affairs for JP Morgan Chase. "Carry the Load" is a non-profit venture that aims to connect Americans with the true meaning of Memorial Day through fundraising rallies and relays, one of which is set to pass through Colorado Springs Thursday May 27th, and Friday, May 28th. Through this event, donations made to "Carry the Load" on Facebook will result in matching fund donations by JP Morgan Chase. A ceremony at Pikes Peak National Cemetery to mark "Carry the Load"'s path through Colorado Springs is set for Friday morning at 7:45 am, although pre-registration is advised. More information can be found at Pikes_Peak_National_Cemetery_2021.pdf
Sunny Smaldino of CSFD joins KRDO's Morning new to get us prepared for Memorial Day weekend!
Attention has been focused on the splits in Republican ranks after Rep. Liz Cheney was ousted from her leadership role for criticizing former President Trump. But there are also fissures in Democratic ranks with leftist lawmakers increasingly willing to criticize their own party leaders. One issue that revealed these rifts was the fighting between Israel and Hamas, since President Biden remains a staunch supporter of Israel but lawmakers led by Rep. Rashida Tlaib, who is of Palestinian descent, sharply condemned Israel's tactics. Tlaib was also one of several lawmakers who almost sank a bill providing extra security for the Capitol because they objected to more funding for police. This pressure from the left is potentially a major problem for Biden, since only 24 per cent of voters in the last election identified themselves as liberals and a party analysis of the voting agreed that talk about "defunding the police" from some activists badly damaged Democratic candidates. With Democrats maintaining very slim margins in both the House and the Senate, control of the Congress will not be decided in the big city coastal districts where liberals reign, but in suburban heartland areas where only moderate Democrats stand a chance of winning.
Jen Moynihan has the latest on an overnight kitchen fire in Colorado Springs Saturday night, plus the latest from CDOT ahead of their latest "Click It or Ticket" campaign; plus Sam Postich has the latest on the great weather coming up early in the week.