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!
Colorado Pop Quiz: Are These Cottages, or Are They Hiding a Mystery?
I've driven past this village a few times as I've taken the trip up CO-470 to get back to Northern Colorado. I've wondered what these were exactly, and now we have the answer!
November 2017 Edition of Bad Colorado Drivers Caught on Tape
There are bad drivers throughout the state of Colorado each day, and we experience many here in Northern Colorado. But now our focus is on the city of Boulder and how many driving rules can be broken in one area.
Wyoming Quarterback Josh Allen Projected to Drop in First Round
Josh Allen has been in the sights of many NFL executives over the last year, and could've been a top five draft pick in 2017. With the competition he has had this year, where is his standing now on most mock draft boards?
Denver Steakhouse Named One of the Best in America
The city of Denver used to be known for their steakhouses, but they seem few and far between in 2017. However, there is still one steakhouse that gets ranked with some of the best in the country.
Will the New England Patriots Call CSU or UNC “Home” Next Week?
Both the University of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University have been home to the Denver Broncos training camp. The team wrapped up at CSU in 1981, and then moved to UNC for 21 years.
Could Krispy Kreme Donuts Be Coming to Northern Colorado?
Dunkin Donuts has been struggling in recent years, with very small revenue growths along with struggles with their ice cream chain Baskin Robbins. Neither Dunkins or JAB Holdings has commented on the possible sale.
Prediction: Vance Joseph Will Be Fired at End of Season. Here’s Why.
The Broncos are 3-4, and Brock Osweiler is back in the huddle as the starting quarterback for the team. While we all wonder if the team will make the playoffs in 2017, we also have to wonder if we'll be in the market for a new coach.
What Would a Fort Collins 12 Days of Christmas Sound Like?
The holidays are upon us, and we want you to join us in a sing along we have put together. We hope you're ready for the Fort Collins "12 Days of Christmas"!
10 Colorado Children Went Missing During the Month of October
It's heartbreaking each month to share these updates, but another ten children went missing throughout the state of Colorado in the month of October. Can we help reunite them with their families in time for the holidays?
5 November Colorado Bucket List Events to Check Out
There are many events going on or kicking off in the month of November, that you definitely need to check them out! Some are perfect for individuals, while others great for families. So why not bookmark these five events?
Smashburger Offering One Dollar Burger Pass Through November 15th
Smashburger has locations throughout Northern Colorado including in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Longmont. The one dollar burger pass must be purchased no later than November 15th to be able to take advantage of the deal.
One of Colorado’s Oldest Bars Closing on November 19th
The venue, which serves up food along with weekly music showcases, will open for the last time on November 18th and will not reopen until the fall of 2018. It has been a staple in downtown Golden since 1859.