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’s Old Airport Tower is Now a ‘Social’ Diner/Bar [Photos]
Stapleton International Airport in Denver shut down 20 years ago. Today, the air traffic control tower building is a trendy hot-spot for fun. Take a look.
Denver Broncos Trustees Could Be Selling Team for $3 Billion
What changes might a new owner bring to the Denver Broncos organization? That's something we may be finding out.
Young Prankster at Broncos Game Causes Broken Ankle for Security
The kid probably thought it was a 'victimless crime.' That would be BEFORE he got onto the field during the Raiders game on Sunday.
Ed McCaffrey Named as UNC’s New Head Coach
The former Broncos receiver has been coaching high school in the Denver area for two years, and now makes the jump to college ball.
Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity has Trailer and Goods Stolen
It looks like The Grinch has made a stop in Fort Collins this holiday season, as Habitat for Humanity in Fort Collins is looking at a $10,000 theft.
FBI Sting Thwarts Planned Colorado Synagogue Bombing
A white-supremacist had plans to bomb a synagogue in Pueblo. The 27-year-old's plan to blow the building off the map was deterred by law enforcement.
Over 160 Sexually Abused by 43 Colorado Catholic Priests, Study Finds
The most in-depth study, so far, of clergy sex abuse in Colorado, recently concluded an eight-month investigation.
Former Bronco Arrested in Boulder on Attempted Murder Charge
He may not be a player you readily remember, but he was defensive lineman for the Broncos. He'll now be working on his own defense after shooting a woman.
Colorado Town Decides No Police Force is OK
It wasn't like they had a huge police force, but it does seem sad that they'd rather just not have one as opposed to paying for it.
King Soopers and Workers Avoid Looming Strike
After 37 hours of negotiations, 12,000 members of the UFCW Local 7R union workers at 109 King Soopers/City Market stores across the state will not be striking.