NoCo Morning News
Good morning Northern Colorado! Fort Collins Police have apprehended a suspect in the vandalism incident at the Islamic Center there. Fort Collins is receiving negative commentary from local business owners who say they aren’t hard enough on the homeless population on the streets and sidewalks. Jared File of CDOT calls in with exclusive news about Highway 34 going into Estes, and the developments they’ve made while the road has been closed through winter.
Good Morning Northern Colorado! The Islamic Center of Fort Collins was vandalized over the weekend, and hundreds of residents showed up to stand in solidarity with their Muslim residents in the city. United Airlines is in hot water with activists after denying a flight to two teenage girls wearing leggings. Kathy Egan of Express Employment Professionals stops by to talk about the competitive job market, and the best tips to getting a job.
The City of Greeley is mourning the loss of former council member Charlie Archibeque, who passed away yesterday morning. Johnstown has decided not to give the I-25 projects money, because they believe they are paying too much compared to other towns. For ‘Beer of the Week’ by Westlake Wine and Spirits, Chad and Clrak Johnson try Believer by Ninkasi Brewing in Eugene, Oregon. Gil Moon calls in to preview Golden Years Theater and Senior Circle. He has been collecting shows since 1967, and this weekend he will be showing sci-fi classics by request. Senior Circle has caregivers and taking care of our homeless vets on the agenda.