Emily Allen Biography
Emily Allen is an American journalist who currently works as a reporter for FOX31. Prior to joining FOX31 and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 as a reporter in December 2016, Emily worked as a reporter at KRDO NewsChannel 13.
Emily has covered stories in Colorado that have gained national and international attention. She’s covered large wildfires like the Black Forest Fire in 2013 to devastating floods across the state to high-profile shootings like the Planned Parenthood Shooting in November 2015.
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Emily Allen Early life and education
Emily was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She graduated with Honors from the University of Missouri’s esteemed journalism school.
Emily Allen Career
Emily Allen joined FOX31 and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 as a columnist in December 2016. Prior to moving to Denver, Emily functioned as a correspondent and grapple at KRDO NewsChannel 13, Colorado Springs’ ABC partner.
Emily has shrouded stories in Colorado that have increased national and universal consideration. She’s secured enormous out of control fires like the Black Forest Fire in 2013 to obliterating floods over the state to prominent shootings like the Planned Parenthood Shooting in November 2015.
Since early on, Emily longed for being a writer. Presently, as a correspondent experienced that fantasy, she’s helped each day to remember the significance of reporting in the public eye. She has confidence in recounting stories, archiving humankind, being a backer to the voiceless and considering the ground-breaking responsible.Emily Allen
Emily was brought up in Minneapolis, Minnesota yet she got to Colorado as snappy as possible! Before joining the FOX31 and Channel 2 group, Emily worked in Colorado Springs. She ended up known as a lead insightful journalist in the market, using sources to break issues on everyone’s mind that changed arrangements and bettered the network.
Emily graduated with Honors from the University of Missouri’s regarded news coverage school. While living in Missouri, she worked at Columbia’s NBC-Affiliate, KOMU-TV, as a journalist and grapple. After graduation, she joined NBC Nightly News’ group. In 2012, she made a trip with NBC to London to help with its inclusion of the Olympics. After the Olympics wrapped up, she chipped away at NBC’s Division 2012 group.
She ventured out with NBC to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina and the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. She secured the principal Presidential Debate in 2012 in Denver before joining KRDO in Colorado Springs.
During her time off the air, Emily enjoys skiing and hiking. She’s also a foodie and enjoys exploring Denver’s thriving food scene and checking out new restaurants. She loves to travel around Colorado, the U.S. and the world. She’s lived in London twice and backpacked through much of Europe. She grew up traveling to Central America where she volunteered at an orphanage in Guatemala. She recently went to Australia and her next trips include Ireland, Cuba, and Asia.
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Trump at the air force academy
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — President Donald Trump told newly minted Air Force officers on Thursday that “to dominate the future, America must rule the skies.”
Speaking at the U.S. Air Force Academy commencement, Trump praised the class of “rock-ribbed American patriots” and paid tribute to them for choosing “a harder path and a higher calling” to protect the United States.
“It’s tougher,” Trump said. “But in the end, it’s better. You’ll see.”
Trump said the academy’s 991 graduates were joining the “long blue line,” saying no one can foresee the challenges they will face, but that no matter what, “You are going to be ready to serve. You are going to be ready to lead.”
The U.S. president traditionally rotates commencements among the four service academies, and Thursday marked Trump’s first address to Air Force Academy graduates.
Trump used the opportunity to highlight his administration’s investments in defense spending, saying, “Our military is stronger, mightier and more powerful with all of that new aircraft than ever before.”
He said these investments would ensure the country can “Deter any aggressor and thrash any foe.”
Trump was introduced by Heather Wilson, a graduate of the academy making her final public appearance as secretary of the Air Force.
“There is nation outside of this stadium depending on you,” she told graduates.
Gen. David Goldfein, the Air Force chief of staff, warned that “Many of you will face the ultimate test in combat as together we defend this great experiment called democracy.” But he said they were up to the task.
Trump said he would remain at the ceremony to congratulate every one of the nearly 1,000 new second lieutenants, as well as view the customary hat-toss and Thunderbirds fly-by. He joked that he was given the opportunity to leave early, but turned it down.
3 guards injured
Three guards were injured after trying to break up a fight at Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center on Tuesday, the Golden Police Department said.
It’s the same facility where two sex offenders escaped earlier this month and a riot broke out that injured nearly a dozen staff members.
Police said Tuesday’s fight started inside the cafeteria and was between two gangs and involved about a dozen inmates.
Three guards were taken to a hospital with minor injuries.
In April, the director of the facility said there was an investigating a threat to riot and target specific staff members.
And the facility was on lockdown after reports someone was going to attempt to throw a gun over the fence inside the facility.
On May 1, 11 staff members were injured in a riot involving inmates in a housing unit.
Less than a week later, two sex offenders escaped, using a bed sheet out of a busted-out second-floor window. The two were captured the next day.
The Colorado Department of Human Services is conducting a thorough internal review because of the incidents.