Al Malmberg is a 40 year radio veteran who comes to FOXNews Radio 600 KCOL from KSTP-AM and WCCO-AM in Minneapolis/St.Paul, Minnesota. In 2008, Al was voted "Best AM Radio Personality" by City Pages readers. Prior to his time in the Twin Cities, All hosted a synidcated talk show ont he Business Radio Network.
Al and his wife Kathy return to Fort Collins after living here in the 1970s. Together, they have two sons, and just recently had their first grandson!
Al and Kathy love to ski, but Al's passion is flying. As a private pilot, he says there are few things better than greasing a landing. "You don't need anyone else in the plane to tell you how good it was. You just know," says Al.
Wedding website "Theknot" found in a survey that 24-percent of couples threw a theme wedding last year, and it seems many of them were horror themed. It seems couples these days don't feel tradition bound as they once did, so they are incorporating personalized themes into the ceremony. Thus, the zombie weddings. I wonder if in their golden years when they're flipping through the wedding album if they'll regret seeing all the blood and gore presented on that special day. What do you think? Would you have a zombie wedding?
As we make our way around the city this evening, let's slow it down a tad because the zombies, ghosts and gremlins will be making their way from house to house filling up their pillowcases with candy. While doing this, they just want to get to the next door as fast as they can, not thinking about their safety. That leaves it up to us to watch out for them. On Halloween night, when driving down a residential street, I always slow down dramatically, especially if there are cars parked on the street. The little guys never think ahead before they dart out from between the vehicles. This is a really fun night for the little guys. Let's not turn that into a real night of horror.
Duck Dynasty tops the list this year of what we'll be seeing at Halloween parties. According to data compiled by Yahoo! number two was Walter White followed by Bryan Cranston's character from AMC's Breaking Bad. Who are you dressing up as this year? What have you done in past years?
Children as young as two are using tablets and smartphones these days. 38-percent of children under the age of two use mobile media devices before they can speak full sentences. Researchers say those 38-percent have used a device to play games, watch videos or other media related purpose. In 2011, only ten percent did the same. How do you feel about this? Is this a good thing for these youngsters? I guess it all depends on what they are checking out.
A guy in Georgia went back into his burning house to save his beer. Walter Serpit first saw to it that the six adults and two children were safe before heading back into his burning home to save the treasure. Serpit, who uses a cane to help him get around, said, "being an alcoholic, I had to get the beer out." He saved several cans of beer. Would you risk your neck for "several cans of beer?"