ABC News Correspondent Aaron Katersky talks about the US taking down Iran-linked news sites accused of spreading 'disinformation'.
Dr. Thomas talks about the D-11 summer food program.
Dan and Layne preview this weekends 'Race to the Clouds'.
We’re a couple of days away from the Friday deadline for a U-S Intelligence report on unidentified aerial phenomena that’s due to Congress. According to unnamed officials said to have been briefed on the contents of the government report, it did not find evidence that the unexplained aerial phenomena that Navy pilots have witnessed in recent years are alien spacecrafts, but the report also does not definitively say they are not. CU Boulder expert, Dr. Carol Cleland joined host Shannon Brinias to share her insights. Dr.Cleland is director of CU Boulder’s Center for the Study of Origins, and studies how scientific discovery has, throughout history, hinged on anomalies––or phenomena that researchers can’t explain in terms of our current understanding of the world.
ABC News Correspondent Alex Persha looks at the Senate taking a vote on a sweeping voting reform bill.
Jordan Goodman talks about the stock market rebounding, crypto currency, the housing market and more.
Dr. Grace Kumar explains the treatment of a hernia.
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Dan chats with Randy Pobst about Sunday's big race!
Mike joins Dan to talk about grilling tips for the summer.
On "The Extra" Monday, host Shannon Brinias was joined by Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers to talk about the city's 150th birthday aka the Sesquicentennial, transportation legislation, Downtown development plans, pandemic recovery, growth along the Powers/ Mark Sheffel corridor, and where we stand with planned relocation of US Space Command, among other subjects. More information about the Sesquicentennial can be found here: coloradosprings.gov/cos-150.
Kathy Hook talks about the rules for fireworks this year.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers talks about Iran electing a new leader.
ABC News Political Analyst looks at President Biden's infrasturcture dilemma.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Lauren Barnas has the latest on an overnight burglary incident in Pueblo, and a hot air balloon accident this morning in Jefferson County, while Nick Carter has the latest on cooler temperatures in the area on Monday.
Justin has song writer, performer, motivational speaker H.B. Pasley on the show to help his listeners to grow H.B. has been an entrpreneur for 40 years and a career business coach being honest about failure and success. H.B. will show you how to plan your future.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Natalie Haddad has the latest on a fuel shortage affecting Pueblo, Canon City, and parts of Colorado Springs; and the latest on several overnight shootings near the Citadel Mall in Colorado Springs, while Nick Carter has the latest on some scattered showers and cooler temperatures the next few days.
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Colorado is one of America’s largest producing oil and gas states, even after COVID’s impact is felt in that sector and other industries, so we’re talking billions, not millions, in terms of economic impact to the state. All of this work continues despite a number of political and regulatory headwinds on the home front, along with a new Presidential administration that has a differing viewpoint on energy policy. Lynn Granger, Executive Director, American Petroleum Institute Colorado; and Dan Haley, President & Chief Executive Officer, Colorado Oil & Gas Association joined Andrew Rogers on 'The Extra' to discuss all things oil and gas production in Colorado.
Jonathan Toman with Peak Radar talks about what is happening in the Pikes Peak region.
ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson previews 'Luca', 'Fatherhood' and more.
Mary and the Pharaoh playing tonight at the First and Main Concert.
Meg joins Dan to talk about, The Lunch & Learn series which is a new program that allows participants to engage with the presenters online. This month’s series will feature Colorado photographer Mike Pach of 3 Peaks Photography who will be sharing about his “Then and Now” Photography project which is part of the City of Colorado Springs Sesquicentennial Celebration.
Governor Polis talks about today's trip to Colorado Springs.
On KRDO's "The Extra" Thursday, the City of Colorado Springs has grown into the 39th largest and most desirable city to live in the United States, leaps and bounds away from its humble but meaningful beginning in 1871. Through July 31, 2021 the Colorado Springs community will embark on a communitywide celebration of our city’s rich history, marking the city's Sesquicentennial Celebration. Guests Blake Zink, Special Events Coordinator, with the City of Colorado Springs and Leah Witherow, Curator of History, Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum joined host Shannon Brinias to talk about the multitude of events and exhibits that are planned. More information's available at coloradosprings.gov/cos150 and cspm.org.
El Paso County Commmissioner Stan VanderWerf talks about the small business relief fund and previews the El Paso County Fair.
Investopedia Editor in Chief Caleb Silver looks at if the economy could be overheating.
Financial tips for the self-employed
The employment scene in the Pikes Peak region is on fire, Cassandra breaks it down.
Megan Leatham, the Executive Director of the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb joined Andrew Rogers on "The Extra" to discuss the race to the clouds on June 27th, 2021.
Crystal Volmer with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center highlights some hiring events.
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers talks about the city's sesquicentennial celebration.