Rutgers head basketball coach Mike Rice was fired Wednesday, one day after a video was shown on ESPN of him hitting, shoving, throwing basketballs at and berating his players! We have that video for you!
I have such a respect for the fighting men and women that lay their lives on the line for our country every single day. During the 28 Hours of Hope I crossed paths with a veteran of the war in Iraq and I had to share his story.
Todd Harding and Brian Gary presented the Teacher Tuesday award to Mr. Kyle Fabatz yesterday morning. Mr Fabatz teaches Music at Wellington Middle School and was nominated by his student Sierra Wojtysiak. It was, by far the most emotional Teacher Tuesday presentation we have had in over a decade.
I honestly don't have the vocabulary to express how grateful I am to everyone who help make the the 15th annual 28 Hours of Hope a tremendous success. The finally tally isn't in yet, but we know it was over 76 thousand dollars when we left on Friday morning.
Last night I had the pleasure of being introduced to Morgan Frazier at the Boot Grill last night as part of our New From Nashville series. She blew us all away! We have pictures of last night's performance.
Justin is the 16-year-old sophomore from Greeley West High School that you may have seen on CBS during the NCAA Tournament wearing a Ram costume when CSU was playing Missouri or Louisville. See what Justin looked like as a baby Ram and watch a video interview with him as well.
Brian & Todd visited the classroom of Ms. Holly Sweeney at Centennial Elementary in Loveland on Friday for a Teacher Tuesday Presentation. Ms. Sweeney teaches 4th & 5th graders, including Katlynn Garcia, who nominated her.
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