J.B. is the morning show host on Retro 102.5. She was born in Houston and moved around the country with her military husband. She moved to Colorado in 2019 and has quickly fallen in love with the state. J.B. is a certified yoga instructor and passionate about many social issues in our community and around the world. The mother of one daughter offers up a fun weekend family activity recommendation in our community every week. You can hear Retro Mornings With J.B. from 5-10 a.m. on weekdays on Retro 102.5.
VIDEO: Colorado Cam Captures Mountain Lion Making Multiple Visits
A Divide, Colorado man's security camera recently caught a repeat visitor on their property.
Snowfall Covers Entire Cameron Peak Fire Area, Stops Spread
Fire officials said that snowfall from Sunday and Monday will "significantly diminish fire behavior in the short term but may not be enough to end fire season for the year".
VIDEO: Northern Colorado Firefighter Heroes on The Front Lines
Footage from the East Troublesome Fire.
Stanley Hotel Hosts Hundreds Of Firefighters, Serves 1,000 Meals
The Stanley Hotel is hosting about 500 firefighters.
[WATCH] Governor Polis Responds to Colorado Wildfires
Three of Colorado's largest fires happened in 2020
Pepsi Center to Be Renamed Ball Arena
The arena housing the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche formally adopts the new Ball Arena name on Thursday. Pepsi will remain the arena's official beverage sponsor.
Bears Spotted Fleeing Fires in Fort Collins, Boulder
The fires in Northern Colorado have put wildlife on the move.
Colorado Speed Racer Busted After Bragging on Social Media
Officers lost the driver going over 100 mph, until he wrote on social media.
East Troublesome Fire Grew Over 100,000 Acres in 12 Hours
Overnight, the fire grew to over 6 times its size.
Fort Collins Area Weekend Forecast: Freezing Temps, Snow Likely
The Sunday low right now is predicted to be around 6 degrees.
Colorado Buck Practically Blinded By Net On Antlers
On October 16, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers posted this poor buck on Twitter reminding Coloradans to 'leave no trace' in the wild.
Cameron Peak Fire Lost 11% of Containment, Grew About 2,000 Acres
The Cameron Peak Fire has reached 205,004 acres and containment is at 51% as of Tuesday morning,