Nancy Trepagnier and Lori Schlonskit from Go Team Therapy, Crisis, and Airport Dogs, talk about how the organization got started, the different levels of training, how you can get involved, and a lot more.
Becca Tonn and Al Maxwell from PPWFC are helping you get ready to find a new job. In a three-month series we talk about different topics to help you prepare. Today, resume writing, and an intro to interviewing. Interviewing show coming up Feb. 27th. Info on workshops and more go to PPWFC.org
Minna Castillo-Cohen and Krystal Grint talk about the Colorado Child Abuse & Neglect Hotline, how many reported calls lead to assessment, mandatory reporters, being an active community, and a lot more.
Doug Price from Visit Colorado Springs and Pete Peterson with the Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel talk about the history of the chapel, the work that needs to be done, when construction will begin, and a lot more.
Community Health Educators, Jennifer Lange and Emma Cook, from El Paso County Public Health talk about teen vaping and why it’s been declared a public health crisis in El Paso County. We talk about myths vs. facts, break down the numbers, and what you need to know to have the conversation with your teen.
Jake Skifstad, Capt. Leroy Mora and Capt. Charlie Taylor talk about our Protect the Protectors Telethon to help the Pueblo Police Department and Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office get much-needed Tactical Kits from Shield 616.
Josh Baker and Warren Epstein from Pikes Peak Community College talk about a big announcement earlier this month about big expansions taking place to meet the demands of the workforce. And, another big announcement for the school.
Maile Gray from Drive Smart Colorado, and Detective Chris Frabbiele from CSPD’s Major Accident Unit talk about traffic fatalities in our area, contributing factors, and upcoming town hall to address the issue, and much more.
Chief Clif Northam, Sgt. Jason Garrett and Deputy John Hammond from the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, and Robin Schawe from UC Health, talk about the Behavioral Health Connect Program (BHCON). How the program started, the increasing need in the community, and how it translates to helping with jail overpopulation.
Jody Kennedy from Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and Becky Leinweber from Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance talk about the 2019 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP). And, lay out four key priorities to address the needs for advancing conservation and sustainable outdoor recreation at the state and local level.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. And, Laurie Cardin and Amber Appleton from Cervical Cancer Colorado Connection talk about their stories, the connection between HPV and cervical cancer, the vaccine, resources, and a lot more.
#1 National Bestselling Author, Chris Hogan, talks about his new book Everyday Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth – and How You Can To, helping people tackle their finances, and his upcoming Dave Ramsey Smart Money Event
They’re celebrating 100 years! Erin Hannan, Tara Thomas, Rebecca Tucker, and Scott Levy from the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College talk about the rich history of the Broadmoor Art Academy, and the yearlong celebration.
Traci Marques and Becca Tonn from the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, and Josh Davies from The Center of Work Ethic Development, talk about the State of the Workforce. What did we see in 2018, what’s expected in 2019, and looking ahead a decade.
Were you around a family member this holiday season that you think may be showing signs of dementia? Catherine Hammond from Hammond Law Groups talks about common signs, what you should do if you have concerns, and what to do after a diagnosis.
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers talks about the upcoming year and changes coming to Colorado Springs including, what’s planned for 2C, the new Short Term Rental Ordinance, the upcoming city election and a lot more.
Paul Myers-Bennett and Alexxis Barton from the BBB of Southern Colorado talk about the top scams in our area, which includes tax scams and how to protect yourself this tax season. Plus, what’s in store for the BBB in 2019.
Maj. Mark Lazane and Capt. Cameron Hillier from NORAD talk about tracking Santa. Details on how they’re able to track him. How fast is he really going? Best ways to track Santa this year and a lot more.
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NoradSanta.org (mobile website available)
Facebook - @NoradSanta
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The dynamic-duo, Michelle Peulen and Sam Cole, from C-DOT talk about the I-25 GAP Project and how to get updates, traffic fatalities are up 100% in the Colorado Springs area, holiday travel safety and a lot more.
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