Justin Tyler has been married to his beautiful wife Tricia since 2005, and has four boys at home that keep him busy each day! He has worked in radio and multimedia since 1998, with stops throughout the country including Springfield, MA, Fort Myers, FL, and Albany, NY. He also has run the programming for a successful independent operator with radio stations throughout New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Justin Tyler has won many awards throughout his career, including the state of Colorado's "On Air Personality of the Year" in 2016, the state of New Hampshire's "Best On Air Personality of the Year" in 2014, and numerous other accolades including "National Program Director of the Year" in 2012. In his spare time, he enjoys spending as much time as he can with his family, as well as traveling throughout the great state of Colorado. Best place to drive to? Anywhere in the mountains!
This Denver Breakfast Spot Will Make You Come Back for More
Colorado is known nationally for the great beer and breweries that dot the entire landscape. But one thing that we should be more known for is the amazing breakfast locations throughout the state. Here is another spot that you need to add to your list!
14 Colorado Children Declared Missing Since July 24th
It's another update where we have more children that have been reported missing throughout the state of Colorado. Let's help to put a stop to this, and let's also work together to bring these children home before the cold weather hits.
Hotel Job Fair Scheduled for This Week in Fort Collins
If you are in need of a job, the opening of a brand new hotel in downtown Fort Collins is opening up 166 spots in the city. And when they have their job fair, you could be hired on the spot!
10 Northern Colorado Missed Connections to Make You Cringe
Throughout the years, people have tried to find love in many different places. Whether it was a bar, or an online dating website, there have been many different ways to find it. But have you ever tried a Craigslist missed connection?
2017 Colorado Haunted Houses to Check Out This Season
While kids enjoy the Halloween season because of the amount of candy they can collect, adults also love it because of the great haunted houses we can check out. Here are seven throughout the Front Range that are a definite must see!
CDOT Announces Big Thompson Canyon Closure Date
The closure starting on October 2nd won't be the final time that construction impacts traffic in this area. Officials say that there will be additional work like work on access bridges and off-corridor work in the fall and winter of 2018.
Sports Celebrity Arrested in Wyoming for Criminal Trespass
A prominent celebrity for ESPN was arrested Wednesday morning and charged with criminal trespass after breaking into a condo. Now, could it also cost him his job?
Lockdown Situation at Fort Collins High School Thursday
A lockdown situation at Fort Collins High School kept students safe Thursday morning, but police are still investigating the situation that made the school take the precautionary steps.
5 Colorado Events You Can’t Miss Labor Day Weekend
Labor Day weekend is known for the family parties that go on with great barbecue and food as we celebrate the end of summer. But did you know that there are plenty of great events to take your family to as well?
World’s Biggest Bounce House is in Colorado This Weekend
If you have kids and are looking to have some fun this weekend, you're going to want to check this out and buy your tickets as soon as possible! The worlds largest bounce house is coming to Colorado this weekend!
3 Colorado Treehouses You Can Rent on Airbnb
Treehouses can definitely provide you with a vacation experience that you haven't been able to take advantage of before. Colorado has its share of treehouses on Airbnb, and here are three of them that you should check out!
What Damage Would Northern Colorado Sustain If a Nuclear Bomb Hit
It seems like tensions in the world have been more ratcheted up than what they have been in recent memory. With the "nuclear" word being brought up several times by world leaders, what would happen if one hit Northern Colorado?