National Correspondent Erin Real talks about a refund if you been scammed online or had your identity stolen and it involved the Zelle banking app.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers talks about the humanitarian issues affecting the southern part of Ukraine.
Dana Schield Senior Public Communications Specialist Colorado Springs Airport - November 28, 2022 - KRDO’s Afternoon News
Its Holiday Travel Season.
Rachel Wright, Public Relations and Social Media Manager Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - November 28, 2022 - KRDO’s Afternoon News
Rachel Wright talks about Electric Safari, Electric Moonlight and how people can vote for Electric Safari in USA Today's 10 Best Readers' Choice awards.
Lisa Haight Communications Manager & Historian at Pikes Peak International Hill Climb - November 28, 2022 - KRDO’s Midday Edition
The 101st Running of the iconic Race to the Clouds will take place on Sunday, June 25, 2023, with early morning practice sessions held Tuesday through Friday the same week. Tickets are available online beginning December 1.
On Monday's "The Extra", discussion centered on the aftermath of the Club Q shooting, how people suffering from direct and non-direct trauma can cope and why general safety for LGBTQ students may need to be addressed, according to the results of two new surveys. Patrick Wall, journalist for Chalkbeat discussed his recent reporting on the issue, while Rev. Dr. Christopher Keith, chaplain supervisor at UCHealth Memorial Hospital, offers some tips on how people affected by tragedy can process their feelings. More info at : Chalkbeat: LGBTQ Students Mental Health Safety Survey Results and UCHealth.org. Photo courtesy: Chalkbeat
Kathy Hook talks about candle safety.
Jim Reid with the Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management talks about being prepared during the holiday season.
Aaron Katersky - Alleged Buffalo Shooter Expected to Plead Guilty - November 28, 2022 - KRDO’s Morning News
Senior Investigative Reporter Aaron Katersky talks about Alleged Buffalo supermarket shooter Payton Gendron due in an Erie County courtroom for an appearance where it is expected he will plead guilty to state charges.
National Correspondent Erin Real talks about if Black Friday was a winner for retailers and looks at what to buy on Cyber Monday.
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News and Weather Update for November 27, 2022
Bell & Pollock talk about your injuries and police reports.
In this KRDO News Radio On-Demand update, Spencer Soicher has details on a shooting at an apartment complex in northeast Colorado Springs, and charges against a newly-appointed Postmaster in Colorado Springs. Joe Ruch notes a cold front moving through the region tonight with some snow possible on Saturday night.
Bell & Pollock talk about injures and the effect on the family.
Financially Tuned with Tara Nolan-401k’s and how they are such a huge part of your financial strategy-November 26, 2022
Chris McKinney and Tony Shore explain the importance of the 401k and how most people don't know how their 401k works. This is an important subject because a lot of people will only have a 401k and Social Security as their primary sources of retirement. For more information or an appointment call 719-210-4242 or on line at www.nolanfinancialpartners.com
This week Jay Garvens tells his listeners about a missionary trip he had recently taken called "Thanksgiving and Hope from Honduras". Joining Jay in studio to tell of the non profits he works with is Justin Hermes of Real Estate Realities fame.
This is your Weekend Morning On-Demand News and Weather Update for November 26, 2022
Rick Stevens talks about how to survive financially during the Christmas shopping season.
The Veterans Voice presented by USAA is a service of Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center, produced in the OPTUM Podcast Studio, distributed via the Medicare Mentors Veterans Voice Podcast Channel, powered by Technology Partner, Colorado Computer Support and made possible in part by Supporting Partner, The WireNut Home Services.
Justin started the show by honoring this week's Hometown Hero. Then the conversation shifted to explaining TimeBanks with Samantha Sargent.
If you have any questions for Justin, reach him via text or call at 719-232-1063.
Jonathan Toman with Peak Radar talks about what is happening in the Pikes Peak region.
For Michelle Tabor, it feels like mere months ago that she barely knew a thing about airplanes. On KRDO's Morning News Friday, Michelle shared her inspirational story of how she obtained her pilot's license at the tender age of 17, while also attaining an Associate's Degree via remote learning from aeronautical engineering institution Embry-Riddle University in Daytona Beach, FL, all before graduating high school in Colorado Springs.
During Wednesday's edition of KRDO's Afternoon News, Dan Cochell talked with Colorado Springs Councilman Randy Purvis about his thoughts on the Club Q Nightclub shooting on late Saturday night/early Sunday morning.
During KRDO's Midday News on Wednesday, Dan Cochell talked with Pastor Rob Reyes with Praise Church in Pueblo about a community Thanksgiving Dinner taking place at 2000 Troy Avenue in Pueblo from 12pm to 4pm on Thursday.
Darlene Wolford with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center highlights a few job openings.
Jim Ryan - 7 Killed in a Shooting at a Walmart in Virginia - November 23, 2022 - KRDO’s Morning News
ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan has the latest on a shooting at the Walmart on Sam's Circle in Chesapeake, Virginia.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers has the latest on U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken criticizing a decision by FIFA to threaten players at the World Cup with yellow cards if they wear armbands supporting inclusion and diversity.
National Correspondent Rory O'Neill talks about the flu hitting much of the United States as the holiday season starts.
A blast from the past joins Dan!
Fresh Take Podcast brought to you by Craig’s Power Equipment -The President of Broncos Country - November 22, 2022
In a special Thanksgiving edition Justin speaks with the Voice of Reason within Broncos Country.
Maeve O’Neill, MEd, LPC-S, CHC, CDTLF, and EVP of Addiction and Recovery at All Sober - November 22, 2022 - KRDO’s Midday Edition
The excitement of the fast-approaching holiday season is growing as we enter mid-November – but for those battling addiction or in recovery, the most wonderful time of the year can become the most difficult time of the year.
ABC News Correspondent Justin Finch talks about the Smart-TD rail workers union voting to reject a five-year labor contract with North America's top railroads.
Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez talks about the shooting at Club Q.
National Correspondent Erin Real looks at the worst cities for drivers as well as the future of Beyond Meat.
ABC News Correspondent Tom Rivers talks about the United States and its allies strongly condemning North Korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile test.
On Monday's "The Extra", Skyler McKinley of AAA Colorado talked to us about travel trends. More at AAA.com.