Councilman Williams talks about some important issues facing the Colorado Springs city council.
On Tuesday's "The Extra", the show focused on Medicare Mentors with Rich Lewis and Ann-Noel Spencer. If interested in more information, call 719-886-3377.
ABC News Correspondent Elizabeth Schulze has the latest on the impact of the Omicron variant could have on the economy according Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell.
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan talks about the next big threat to the Texas power grid.
Dr. Kendra Robison explains the difference between the flu and COVID.
On Monday's edition of "KRDO's Afternoon News", Dan Cochell talked with Wade Brooks with LivBar, a new nutritious snack bar alternative that is available at most Sprouts markets, and Natural Grocers locations.
During KRDO's Afternoon News on Monday, Dan Cochell talked with Jessica Ones from the Pueblo CASA and Sgt. Troy Kessler with the Colorado State Patrol about a recent toy drive event the two organizations worked on together to get toys for displaced kids in the Pueblo area for the holidays.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand Update, Dan Cochell has the latest regarding multiple police investigations in Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Woodland Park, while Merry Matthews has the latest weather, including warm conditions continuing throughout the Front Range.
Giving Tuesday is a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. Whether it’s making someone smile, helping a neighbor or stranger out, or giving some of what we have to those who need our help, every act of generosity counts, and everyone has something to give. Giving Tuesday, which was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good, will be celebrated Tuesday, Nov. 30.
Andrew Rogers was joined on 'The Extra' to discuss how giving impacts our community, and the world by Kevin Farley, Director of Marketing & Communications for Pikes Peak Community Foundation and Chris Aaby, President of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Southern Colorado Chapter.
Sunny talks about holiday decoration safety.
The National Retail Federation expects records to be shattered on this Cyber Monday, with online sales surpassing last year’s staggering $10.8 billion. As you scour the web looking for the best price on that perfect Christmas gift, scammers and hackers will be stalking the internet as well, trying to steal your money and personal information. One of the most-used scams involves the art of typo-squatting.
With American families facing the highest inflation rate since 1990, and President Biden’s approval numbers remaining stubbornly low, many Democrats are raising concerns over whether the president is doing enough to sway voters opinions of the economy. Last week, Biden tapped into the country’s strategic oil reserves in an effort to tamp down on soaring gas prices, though economists are skeptical that the White House can move the needle with any significance in the short term. A potential bright spot for Democrats is the Build Back Better social infrastructure legislation, which enjoys broad support according to recent polling. But the bill faces a rocky path forward in the Senate, and questions remain as to whether approval for the bill will translate into approval for Biden himself. Steve breaks it all down for you.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Riley Carroll has the latest headlines including several accidents on I-25 in Colorado Springs on Sunday, plus Sam Postich has the weather, with sunny skies expected for most of the week.
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News & Weather Update for November 28, 2021
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Riley Carroll has the latest headlines including changes in the Fremont County School District in regards to mask usage next week, while Sam Postich has more on the warmer weather expected next week in Southern Colorado.
This week on Nolan Financial Radio with Tara Nolan, Tara and Tony Shore will talk about real estate. Tara and her husband Chris started out in real estate investing, so today's topic is "Buying or Selling a Home". Tara says you want to make the most money from your home, Tara will show you the little things that make that work!
Reach out to Tara Nolan via phone at 719-210-4242 or www.taraenolan.com
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News & Weather Update for November 27, 2021
Jay Garvens puts a new spin on an old song "The Pocket Listing Killed The I-Buyer Star" explaining the demise of I Buyer companies. Jay helps his listeners understand real estate terms like "Pocket Listings". Justin Hermes will join Jay in the 2nd segment to give his "Real Estate Realities" spin on the subject.
Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center is expanding its wraparound services to veterans and their families in Southern Colorado, including Fountain, Pueblo and Trinidad. Veterans living in rural areas of Southern Colorado will enjoy the same integrated service model offered in Colorado Springs.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, KRDO's Bart Bedsole and Heather Skold has the latest headlines, which include several investigative reports from Chelsea Brentzel and Dan Beedie, while Sam Postich has the latest on temperatures remaining in the 50's and 60's for the upcoming week.
We know Black Friday is very important for a number of small businesses in the area. On the Extra we talk to the Colorado Springs Downtown Partnership, Colorado Springs City Council Member and owner of Poor Richard's Downtown, Richard Skorman, Amy Mogck co-owner of Theo’s Toys, and Lisa Quintana owner of The Ten Spot in Manitou Springs to discuss the importance of keeping out Black Friday dollars local.
Jessica Miller with El Paso County, Recreation & Cultural Services talks about some events coming up at the Bear Creek and Fountain Nature Center.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand News update, Mallory Anderson has the latest headlines throughout the state, while Sam Postich has the latest weather including improving weather conditions this weekend.
Marie Woods talks about what is going on this weekend at the Promenade Shops at Briargate.
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Becca Tonn with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center highlights a few job openings.
Bob Bodor, New Executive Director of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, previews the 100th Running of the Race to the Clouds.
ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson previews "Encanto", "House of Gucci" and more.
On Tuesday's "The Extra", the holidays are upon us, but the special season can pose a hazard for your finances. Host Shannon Brinias was joined by local financial planner Dave Geffre, who runs the personal budget services business, BudgetwithDave.com. He talks about holiday budgeting, how to create a budget, tips and tools to help keep track of spending, and ways to prioritize purchases. You can contact him at (719) 510-2791 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor John Suthers talks about the I-25 Gap opening next month, TOPS and more.
Jordan Goodman talks about the impact of the hard infrastructure bill, the social spending bill before the Senate and more.
Dr. Kendra Robison talks about protection from the flu.
Andy Vick Executive Director Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region - November 22, 2021 - KRDO‘s Afternoon News
Andy tells about peakradar.com and their virtual art gallery.
Dana Schield updates us on the holiday travel season at the Colorado Springs Airport.