Alana Lynn loves being a morning and midday DJ. Following in the footsteps of her morning radio host father, she has turned a love into a career and a career into her passion. Attending the University of New Mexico and the University of Oregon, Alana earned degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Anthropology. Deciding to try her hand at TV, she headed east of the Mississippi to the bright lights of New York City, where she became a staff member of “Good Morning America.” She had the opportunity to work on projects for Robin Roberts, Oprah, Regis & Kelly, Emeril and Wolfgang Puck. Alana then moved back to Albuquerque for an opportunity of a lifetime co-hosting a morning radio show with her dad. While doing that she also served as a sideline reporter for the CBS-TV affiliate in Albuquerque. Getting an offer from a major market and one of the countries heritage radio stations 98.7 KUPL, Alana made the big move to Portland, OR. Because radio takes you to many different places, Portland was not her last stop, the chance came up to work with Randy Scott, one of her best friends, so Alana moved to Idaho taking the role of Morning Show co-host and music director on WOW 104.3 where during that time she worked with artists such as Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Eric Church and Garth Brooks. Having lived in the Springs for seven years when she was younger, Alana’s end goal had always been to be back in Colorado, in the summer of 2015 she decided to take a leap of Faith and without knowing where she would land she packed up her things, pets, and bought a house in Northern Colorado. Alana’s other passion is charity work with organizations like St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Special Olympics. In her spare time Alana LOVES CrossFit and hiking the many beautiful Colorado trails with her 100lb lap dog, Lucy the Wonder Dog. She looks forward to seeing you around Northern Colorado!
The Denver Zoo has a New Baby
There's a new baby at the Denver Zoo. Tamale, a cape buffalo, was born on New Year's Eve.
Camping Fees to Increase at Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests
The 2017 camping season is getting ready to kick-off, and already some Larimer County campsites are filling up.
Northern Colorado’s Newest Coffee Drive-Thru
The Human Bean will be celebrating their newest location at Crossroads by giving back to the community.
Windsor Random Acts of Kindness Week
This week the Town of Windsor is inviting you to participate in Windsor's first Random Acts of Kindness week.
Amy Schumer’s Netflix Special Taped in Denver
Comedian Amy Schumer is the latest to sign on with Netflix and will star in a stand-up special on March 7th.
Former Broncos’ QB Peyton Manning Inducted into College Football Hall of Fame
On the day of the college football National Championship, the National Football Foundation has announced their 2017 College Football Hall of Fame class.
Denver Broncos Linebacker Brandon Marshall Trains with Denver Police Department
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall made headlines and lost some endorsements earlier this year for taking a knee during the National Anthem during the season opener on September 8th.
Former CSU Star and Current Steelers Coach Arrested Following Playoff Game
Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach and former Colorado State University standout, Joey Porter, was arrested on multiple charges following the Steelers' win over the Miami Dolphins in an AFC Wild-Card Playoff game on Sunday.
Larimer County Campsites Filling Up Fast for Summer
The Larimer County Department of Natural Resources is looking forward to another busy summer at campgrounds and urges you to begin planning your trip soon.
Cat Food Recall Affects Several Brands
A voluntary pet food recall has been issued by the J.M. Smucker Company, and it affects several of its cat food brands.
Netflix Scores Rights for New JonBenet Ramsey Documentary
2016 marked the 20th-Anniversary of the death of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey. Several television specials were dedicated to the unsolved murder case and even prompted a lawsuit from JonBenet's brother, Burke.
New Colorado Law Will Punish Misrepresentation of Service Animals
A new law has taken effect in Colorado surrounding service animals. You can now face fines ranging from $50 to $500 if you take your pet into a business under the guise they are a service animal.