Matt Sparx is the Brand Manager and Afternoon Host for K99. Matt Sparx grew up in Arvada and has lived in Colorado for most of his life. He lived all over the country for about a decade before coming back home to Colorado. Matt is an avid woodworker, DIYer, Jeep enthusiast, and enjoys an occasional dram of high-quality bourbon. You can listen to Afternoons With Matt Sparx from 3 to 7 p.m. on K99.
$2.3 Million Denver Colorado Home Has the Ultimate Party Backyard
This 105 year old Denver home has a pool and a rooftop patio that would be perfect for entertaining.
Man Tries to Switch Place with Dog in Car to Avoid Being Arrested
A Colorado man was arrested for allegedly driving drunk and then trying to switch places with his dog in he car to avoid being arrested.
This is What it Takes to Put on a Concert at Red Rocks
Check out the process to load in and set up a concert at Red Rocks.
Mountain Lion Claws the Head of a Man in a Hot Tub in Colorado
A man in a hot tub suffered minor injuries due to a clawing mountain lion.
This Stunning $1.5 Million Golden Home Has a Star Observatory
If you think the star observatory is impressive, wait until you see how many cabinets are in the kitchen.
The Northern Lights Were Visible From Fort Collins Last Night
Up late last night? If you were and happened to be outside in Northern Colorado, you might have seen the Northern Lights.
Meet the Four New Adorable Budweiser Clydesdale Foals
Budweiser welcomes four new Clydesdale foals at the ranch.
Giant Snoop Dogg Bobblehead Stolen From Greeley Liquor Store
A Snoop Dogg bobblehead is no longer sipping on gin and juice from a West Greeley liquor store as he has been kidnapped. The three-and-a-half-foot tall Snoop Dogg bobblehead was scooped up and whisked away by a man wearing a red flannel shirt, blue jeans, and a trucker hat...
[PICS] A Former Denver Bronco Selling CO Mansion For $9.9 Million
Take a look at this newly remodeled Cherry Hills mansion owned by a former Denver Bronco.
Could Goats Be the Answer to Slowing Down Wildfires?
When it comes to slowing the spread of wildfires in Colorado, everyone seems to have an opinion on what should have, could have, or would have been done if they were in charge. We all vividly remember the Cameron Peak fire from 2020. The largest wildfire in the history of Colorado was right in our backyard...