On this weeks show Justin Hermes will talk about the future of the real estate market and the main factors to watch for here in the Pikes Peak region.
On this weeks show Jay will be joined with Bill McAfee of Empire Title to discuss "How to Buy Land and Build a home. Jay will help his listeners with the steps necessary to successfully buy land and build their forever home here in El Paso county.
This is your May 23, 2021 - Weekend Morning "On-Demand" News and Weather Updates
This is your Saturday morning "On-Demand" News and Weather update
Education is the focus of this show and we recognize Mt. Carmel Veteran Services Center partner Veterans Upward Bound, who ensures transitioning military members and veterans have access to their education benefits, and partner Troops to Teachers, who recognizes the specialized skillset veterans bring to the classroom as teachers in their civilian career.
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Jonathan Toman with Peak Radar talks about what is happening in the Pikes Peak region.
ABC News Entertainment Contributor Matt Wolfe previews 'Hocus Pocus 2' set to released in 2022, 'The Underground Railroad' and more.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers looks into a report that a BBC reporter lied to get an interview with Princess Diana in 1995.
The CSPM is offering a one-week immersive summer camp for students entering grades 6th through 12th. We are thrilled to spend an activity-packed week with you exploring the fascinating world of museums. Program participants will go behind the scenes of the CSPM, gain a better understanding of our community’s history, connect with likeminded peers, and work on important interpretive and public speaking skills.
Middle School Programs: Monday, June 7 – Friday, June 11 and Monday, June 21 – Friday, June 25
High School Programs: Monday, July 5 – Friday, July 9 and Monday, July 19 – Friday, July 23
Registration closes on Sunday, May 23. Visit www.cspm.org/discoveryprogram to register.
On "The Extra" Thursday, Curbside Culture was in the spotlight. It's a program that brings the performing arts out into the community by facilitating small-scale performances outside of private residences, places of business, and other gathering spots. It came about during the COVID-19 pandemic, but even as restrictions ease, the program is continuing to connect artists with small-scale gigs. Guests Andy Vick, Executive Director, Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region was joined by participating artists Jeri Jorgensen (violinist) and Ryan Flores (musician). More information about the artists, and how to participate or to engage them for performances is available at peakradar.com/curbsideculture.
El Paso County Commmissioner Stan VanderWerf gives an update on bills going through the state legislature.
ABC News Crime and Terrorism Analyst Brad Garrett explains why the January 6 commission is important for the countty and law enforcement.
Financial tips for the self employed.
Becca Tonn with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center highlights a couple hiring events.
Mayor John Suthers talks about restrictions, vaccines and more.
May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month
On Tuesday's "The Extra", host Shannon Brinias focused on the Parkinson Association of the Rockies (PAR), which, in 1981,began as a small collection of support groups and currently provides services to meet the needs and challenges the Parkinson’s community faces each day. The group is marking its 40th anniversary in 2021. Guests Jodi Brown, Executive Director, and Seth Dean, Director of Development discussed critical programs and services which have a meaningful impact on the quality of life for those affected with Parkinson’s disease. They also talked about an upcoming fundraiser, the Vitality 5K, set to take place simultaneously in 4 Colorado cities on June 6th. The location in Colorado Springs is Venezia Park at Briargate Parkway and North Union. In Pueblo, the site is the Pueblo Riverwalk. You can also do the walk in a virtual way to allow more people to participate from their own venues. More information can be found at parkinsonrockies.org or by calling 303-830-1839.
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan talks about the Texas Legislature passing a measure to prohibit reality tv shows partnering with law enforcement.
Dr. Geoffrey Lim talks about if melanoma can be cured.
The former suburban Minneapolis police officer charged with second-degree manslaughter for fatally shooting 20-year-old Black motorist Daunte Wright is scheduled to appear in court via videoconference today. Former Brooklyn Center Officer Kim Potter, who is white, has an omnibus hearing, also known as a pretrial hearing, this afternoon in Hennepin County District Court. The purpose of such a hearing is to go over evidence and determine if there's probable cause for the case to proceed.
To mask, or not to mask? Last week the CDC made the big announcement that fully vaccinated Americans can go mask-less indoors. But almost immediately, questions were being raised. And no one seems to know the correct answer (is there a correct answer?) What if live in a state that still mandates masks but go into a store like Target or Walmart that says I don't have to wear one? And what about going back to work? When it comes to vaccinations employers can legally require employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of whether it's fully approved or emergency authorization, but they must provide justification for why it's necessary to do the job safely. For example, if you've been doing your job 100% remotely an employer can encourage you to get vaccinated but it's harder to justify requiring it than if you are in a job where you frequently interact with the public or are required to work in close quarters with other employees. Alex tries to make sense of everything.
Sunny Smaldino has some suggestions for gifts to give graduates to keep them safe.
ABC News Correspondent Aaron Katersky talks about pushback from nurses on the new CDC mask guidelines.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers talks about Muslim nations calling for Israel to halt attacks on Palestinians.
Real Estate Realities Show with Justin Hermes- Property Taxes- Home values and how to play your cards- May 16, 2021
This week Justin Hermes dives deep into property taxes. He will explain how you could be leaving money on the table, when paying your taxes. Kyle from "House Check" will be joining Justin in the 3rd segment and talk home inspection and getting your home repairs done now that the weather is warming up.
Sellers are having no problems selling their homes and in most cases for more than what they originally wanted for the house! Buyers not sooo much. This week Jay will help you "Win That Real Estate Deal in 2021". He will show you how to navigate a real estate deal. Rocket science would be easier to negotiate than this market without help. You have a 1 in 8 chance of getting a good real estate realtor. Do you even know how to interview an agent? This shows for you!