Sara Millward from Alpine Archaeological Consultants, and Matt Mayberry, Cultural Services Division Manager for the City of Colorado Springs, talks about the historic archaeological dig at Garden of the Gods. What they found, what’s next, what it means to our history, and a lot more.
Rachel Wright, Chelsea Wellmer, and Timmy (the red-footed tortoise) from the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo talks about conservation efforts at the Zoo, Electric Safari, new details on the next exhibit, plus a lot more.
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers talks about the retirement announcement of Colorado Springs Police Chief Pete Carey, collective bargaining by the fire fighters union, the Homelessness Action Plan, and a lot more.
Colorado Springs Fire Chief Ted Collas talks about 2019 and what the new budget means for his department. Fire mitigation and a new grant the department has received. A merger between CSFD and the Cimarron Hills Fire Department, and much more.
Sam McAfee-Acre and David Shaw from the Colorado Springs Police Department’s Victim Advocacy Unit, plus volunteer Victim Advocate, Robyn Slade, talk about volunteering, the importance of the Victim Advocacy Unit and a lot more.
Larry Ledom and Greg Budwine, the Truck Guys, talking about getting your truck, crossover and SUV ready for the winter. Why don’t those wiper blades last in Colorado. There’s a big backlog on trucks, they’ll explain. And, a lot more.
Aimee Liotino, Interim President & CEO of Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, talks about the programs they offer to students throughout southern Colorado, upcoming changes, how you can get involved and a lot more.
Catherine Hammond from the Hammond Law Group continues our discussion on After the Diagnosis: Putting the Pieces Together – Part II. Plus, she shares more about available resources and upcoming workshops.
Alex Balbir, Greg Monck, and Craig Meissen from the Wounded Warrior Project talk about the Warrior Care Network and Wounded Warrior Project’s commitment of an additional $160 million to helping veterans suffering from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. Also, a look at some of the local programs available to veterans and their families, and a lot more.
The health and life, insurance world is big and confusing. Everybody needs insurance, but, it's hard to get. Antonio Briceno, Health Markets Insurance Broker, joins Mike Lewis to talk about the insurance world and recently opened Medicare enrollment windows.
Antonio is also host of "The Agent" radio program Saturdays at 11:30 a.m.
Have insurance questions? Call Antonio at (719) 203-6424
Bryan Bonner from the Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society has all the spooky details on some of their top investigations over the years. And, based on a true story. What big scary Hollywood hits are based on actual events? You might be surprised!
Dr. Julie Marmon from ER Specialist Urgency Center talks about Halloween and Health. Tips to help you and your family have a safe Halloween including information on glow sticks, costume contacts and much more.
The issue of youth suicide has garnered a lot of attention and mobilized community action in recent years. However, the vast majority of suicides in El Paso County are middle-aged men. Susan Wheelan, Interim Director of El Paso County Public Health, and Dr. Leon Kelly, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner for the El Paso County Coroner’s Office, joined us on The Extra to talk about this and the Man Therapy Campaign.
More at: http://mantherapy.org/
Panel discussion on the Homelessness Action Plan with Colorado Springs City Council President, Richard Skorman. Homelessness Prevention & Response Coordinator, Andy Phelps. Capt. Erin Kauffman with The Salvation Army. And, Chief Development Officer from Springs Rescue Mission, Travis Williams.
It’s been almost a year since she was appointed to her position, and we have an update from Colorado State Director of Rural Development for the USDA, Sallie Clark, on her first year, biggest concerns for some Colorado communities, focus for 2019, and much more.
Sam Cole with the Colorado Department of Transportation and Master Trooper David Conway from the Colorado State Patrol talks about traffic safety, the increase in fatalities in our area, upcoming enforcement and a lot more.
Larry Ledom and Greg Budwine from Ledom’s Performance talk about October being Car Care Aware Month, their being the Crossover, SUV & Truck Guys too, and Ledom’s fabrication shop moving to the east location. They're all in one place now. Details in the podcast and special offers coming your way!
Justin Hermes from The Hermes Team talks about his upcoming fundraiser, Change for Heroes, with Bill Nelson, Founder of the Colorado Springs Fired Department Foundation, and Greg Maxwell, President of the El Paso County Sheriffs Office Foundation.
Chad Spencer from Hammond Law Group talks about being prepared, especially if you have young children. What you should take into consideration, the documents you need, and why now is the best time of the year to plan.
Doug Price from Visit Colorado Springs, and Andy Vick, from the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, talk about Arts Month. How long have we been celebrating. Events around the Pikes Peak Region. How you can get involved. And, much more!
This edition of Business Week in Review with Jeff Beauprez ஃ, Facebook's 90 million user compromise; PJ Welsh on safety on the work place; Tech and Business Bytes and more; a Colorado Company has shut its doors after a cyber attack and ransomeware.
Business Week in Review airs Friday morning live at 9:00 (15:00UTC) on flagship station, KRDO Newsradio in Colorado Springs, CO. Listen live at KRDO.com and get it on-demand at businessweekinreview.podbean.com
Russ Laney from Home Field Advantage talks about how they got started, their focus on service to others, and their Celebration of Service including the Air Force vs. Navy Pregame Dinner with special guest speaker, Hall of Fame Coach Fisher DeBerry.
Susan Davies, Executive Director or the Trails and Open Space Coalition, and Jennifer Peterson, Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute, talk about the beginning stages of the Waldo Canyon planning process, how you can get involved, what’s next in the process, and much more.
Colorado Springs Police Chief Pete Carey and El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder talk about coordination between the two agencies, and other agencies in the region. Community outreach. Illegal marijuana grows, and a lot more.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Kelsey Leva, Youth Health Development Planner for El Paso County Public Health, and Sgt. Lisa Cintron, with the Colorado Springs Police Department, talk about the Youth Suicide Prevention Workgroup, the Teen Think Tank Study, and much more.
Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center talks about different Behavioral Health Programs, including non-traditional therapies like Art Therapy. Veteran Isaac Torres talks about how Art Therapy helped him. And, COO Bob McLaughlin talks about the Colorado Veterans Legislative Summit happening on September 20th.
View the artwork of Army Veteran and college student Isaac Torres online at:
Larry Ledom and Greg Budwine, The Truck Guys, talk about keeping your truck, SUV, crossover and car's fuel systems clean, and, getting your vehicle ready for fall. Ledom's isn't just trucks! They do SUV and Crossovers too!
Maile Gray from Drive Smart Colorado talks about the almost record breaking number of traffic fatalities in Colorado Springs, the leading causes of those fatalities, programs offered across the state and a lot more.
Susan DiNapoli Guyton, Amber Appleton, and Karen Becker from the Sue DiNapoli Ovarian Cancer Society talk about ovarian and other GYN cancers, symptoms, being your own advocate, and some amazing upcoming events!
Gina Sacripanti and Nicola Roark from the BBB of Southern Colorado brought special guest Rodney Gullatte of Firma IT Solutions and Services to talk about the top scams in our area, vetting online reviews, and cyber-scams, security and much more.