Susan began her broadcasting career about 40 years ago while attending Minot State University. She was the weather anchor for the 6 and 10 pm newscasts and notes, “North Dakota was really cold.” With her B.A. in hand, Susan began working in radio which became a lifelong passion that took her from ND to Anchorage, San Diego, Denver, and to Fort Collins in 1989. Susan’s achievements include being in the Miss America Pageant as Miss North Dakota 1974 (at 18-years-old). Multiple Colorado Broadcaster Association Awards and a national Country Music Association award in broadcasting have dotted Susan’s career, and in 2017 she was inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame along with K99 morning show partners Brian Gary and Todd Harding. “Words of wisdom from my dad: Keep your cool, do your best, and remember who you are.” Susan and her husband, Dr. Bob, live on a small horse farm outside of Fort Collins CO. ... visit Susan's Facebook page... https://www.facebook.com/susan.moorelawrence
Putting ‘You’ First is an Important Part of Your Health
We women often put others before ourselves. Making time for exercise and nourishing your body with the right food aren’t luxuries, they are necessities.
Police Find Ashley Mead’s Baby and Find Body in Dumpster
25-year-old Ashley Elizabeth Mead and her year-old daughter were last seen Sunday in Boulder. The child was found in Oklahoma with her father and is safe.
Ashley Mead and Her Year-old Baby are Missing in Boulder
25-year-old Ashley Elizabeth Mead and her year-old daughter were last seen Sunday in Boulder. Ashley did not show up for work on Tuesday prompting concern.
Help Identify This Suspect in a Northern Colorado Robbery
The Louisville Police Department is investigating a robbery at Kohl’s department store. They're requesting the public’s assistance in identifying this man.
Pets of the Week: Sammy the Chihuahua and MJ [VIDEO]
Larimer Humane Society takes in strays, surrenders, and transfers from other shelters. There's not always info about them, but the animals tell us their stories
Wind Blows Semi Over on 1-25 Near Longmont Friday Morning
Wind knocked over a semi-truck on Interstate 25 near Longmont this morning which blocked two lanes. According to the CDOTraffic was getting by on the shoulder.
Ehrlich Toyota Buys Girls Scout Cookies for Troops Overseas
This Thursday, February 9th, Ehrlich Toyota in Greeley is offering one Northern Colorado Girl Scout troop the opportunity to sell $1,000 worth of cookies.
Suspect in 46 Burglaries Arrested in Fort Collins
Detectives identified Baumann as the primary suspect in about 46 burglaries. A search warrant on his home yielded additional evidence linking him to the crimes.
2017 Hearts & Horses “Sweetheart of the Year” Contest!
Horses are expensive and we can all help out for as little as $10. These horses do so much for people with special needs through equine assisted therapy.
Woman Retires from Nursing Job and Wins $3.3 Million Colorado Jackpot
Yahnique S. won the $3.3 million Colorado lottery jackpot last weekend. That was pretty good timing as she had quit her job three weeks ago.
Susan Learns Why You Shouldn’t Drive Yourself to the Hospital
February is Heart Month .
Pedestrian Killed in Fort Collins’ Campus West Neighborhood – UPDATE
A pedestrian in the Campus West neighborhood may have slipped and fallen in front of a passing motorist. The unidentified man was pronounced dead at the scene.