Dave Jensen is Assistant Operations Manager; Brand Manager and Afternoon Host for Retro 102.5. Jensen was born in Paterson, New Jersey but moved to Colorado when he was 12 months old in 1968 and has lived here ever since. Jensen is currently the longest-tenured employee in the Northern Colorado office, having worked here since 1997. He’s a beer connoisseur, frequenting Rock Bottom, Equinox and CooperSmith’s. Jensen offers up a weekly Movie Monday question and often catches new flicks at the Cinemark Bistro. You can listen to Afternoons with Dave Jensen every weekday from 3-7 p.m.
Denver Broncos Say ‘Bye-Bye’ to Quarterback Bortles
With Drew Lock being injured, the Denver Broncos signed former Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles to help in the position. Bortles has now been released.
Majestic Moose Photographed Within Cameron Peak Fire
You almost don't notice the moose at first, within the smoldering forest. Then, he appears; standing majestic against the devastation.
The Probable Reasons All Those Birds Died in Colorado
Thousands of birds, of different species, fell out of the sky in Colorado while migrating south. They now think they know what happened.
Former Bronco Eric Decker Goes Nude to Promote Wife’s Cookbook
The former wide receiver wore #87 when he played for the Denver Broncos. In a recent post to help promote his wife's cookbook, he wore nothing at all.
After Decades, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Will Close Monkey Pavilion
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs is one of the top-rated zoos in the nation; one of its features has been the monkey pavilion, which is coming down.
Drew Lock Injury has Broncos Signing Blake Bortles
The Denver Broncos are looking at a tough season, with all the injuries they've had in just the first two weeks. Maybe former Jaguar Bortles can help.
Good News Bear: Larimer Rangers Reunite Teddy with Toddler
In these crazy times, it's great to come across a 'cute as a button' story; or, in this case, a 'cute as a stuffed Teddy bear' story.
VIDEO: DIA Comes to Standstill for Moment of Silence on 9/11
On the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, travelers and workers at DIA stopped for a moment of silence.
Take an Aerial Tour Above the Cameron Peak Fire [Video]
With the Cameron Peak Fire growing up to nearly 60,000 acres over Labor Day weekend, the smoke/ash has been prevalent in the area.
40,000 Pounds of Chicken Poop Pile Up on I-70
Pictures couldn't do the smell justice, as a trailer carrying chicken manure blew a tire on I-170 on Thursday morning.