Dave Jensen is Assistant Operations Manager of Townsquare Media/Northern Colorado as well as Assistant Brand Manager and Afternoon Host for Retro 102.5. Dave was born in Paterson, New Jersey but moved to Colorado when he was 12 months old in 1968 and has lived here ever since. He is currently the longest-tenured employee in the Northern Colorado office, having worked here since 1997. Dave loves movies, great TV, and Gin Rummy with his brother when they play at William Oliver’s in Fort Collins. Dave worked at Runza in Loveland when he was younger and still enjoys stopping by now and then for an Original. You can listen to Afternoons with Dave Jensen every weekday from 3-7 p.m.
Denver Broncos’ CEO Joe Ellis Leaving Position in 2022
Another big name within the Denver Broncos organization has announced that they are stepping away from their job.
John Elway Takes New Role, Broncos Will Hire New GM
The Broncos' legendary quarterback has been GM and President of Football Operations for 10 years. The current season ended with the team going 5-11.
[Video] Denver Zoo Lions Love to Roll in Coffee
Millions love coffee in the morning. Did you know, lions also love coffee? Not to drink, but to roll in. Check out Denver Zoo's pride get their caffeine on.
All Evacuations for Larimer County Lifted
More great news regarding the fires that have burned over 400,000 acres in Northern Colorado.
Cameron Peak Fire Closes Highway 34 Between Estes Park, Loveland
Colorado State Patrol has closed Highway 34 between Loveland and Estes Park to help with evacuations due to the Cameron Peak Fire.
Drew Lock Injury has Broncos Signing Blake Bortles
The Denver Broncos are looking at a tough season, with all the injuries they've had in just the first two weeks. Maybe former Jaguar Bortles can help.
Take an Aerial Tour Above the Cameron Peak Fire [Video]
With the Cameron Peak Fire growing up to nearly 60,000 acres over Labor Day weekend, the smoke/ash has been prevalent in the area.
Cameron Peak Fire Update: 22,971 Acres, No Containment
Widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected on Friday (August 28,) as 22,971 acres continue to burn 15 miles southwest of Red Feather Lakes.