Susan Burk, host of K2 Radio’s Morning Show, has an extensive background in broadcast journalism, theatrical arts, and advocacy. She began her Wyoming career with KTRS Radio in 1991, and as a radio and television News Director and anchor is well-known to the Wyoming audience. Ms. Burk won numerous awards from the Associated Press and the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters for her reporting and anchoring. She spent five years working with hundreds of theatre companies around the world with the Laramie Project plays for the Matthew Shepard Foundation, including Ford’s Theatre in Washington D.C., the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Nuffield Youth Theatre in London before returning to Townsquare Media and K2 Radio. Ms. Burk holds degrees in Communications and Theatre and attended graduate school at the Goodman School of Drama in Chicago, and her spirit of community involvement and advocacy work benefits many organizations throughout the state.
Three Wyoming Residents Now Ill From Recalled Beef
Because ground beef can be stored in freezers for some time, people may still have recalled meat in their homes.
Winter Weather Conditions To Impact Wyoming Travel [VIDEO]
Rain, snow, and fog will cause travel hazards through Monday.
WyoLotto’s Cowboy Draw Jackpot Tops $1.6 Million
It's the second highest jackpot in the history of the game.
Wyo Senators Say Federal Judge Shouldn’t Halt Grizzly Hunts
The judge's order blocking the hunts will remain in effect for two weeks.
Wyoming’s Senator Barrasso On The Death Of John McCain
John McCain died August 25th after a long battle with brain cancer.
NWS: Wyoming’s Severe Summer Weather The Worst In Many Years
Wyoming has seen unusual severe weather from tornadoes and damaging hail, to severe thunderstorms.
WyoLotto Cowboy Draw Jackpot Hits Million Dollar Mark
The prize money has continued to stack up since the last jackpot winner in May, the next drawing is Monday, August 20th.
Game and Fish Offers Option Of Mobile Wyoming Fishing Licenses
Game and Fish says you can forgo the paper version if you have your licenses saved and accessible, and you're willing to present your phone to law enforcement.
How To Stay Safe In Wyoming Waters: Reminders To Avoid Tragedy
Officials say among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children one to four years old.
Yellowstone Experiences Busiest May On Record
Park officials say the continued high visitation numbers underscores the importance of planning ahead of time if you're headed for Yellowstone.