Susan Burk, host of K2 Radio’s Morning Show, has an extensive background in broadcast journalism, theatrical arts, and advocacy. She began her Wyoming career with KTRS Radio in 1991, and as a radio and television News Director and anchor is well-known to the Wyoming audience. Ms. Burk won numerous awards from the Associated Press and the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters for her reporting and anchoring. She spent five years working with hundreds of theatre companies around the world with the Laramie Project plays for the Matthew Shepard Foundation, including Ford’s Theatre in Washington D.C., the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Nuffield Youth Theatre in London before returning to Townsquare Media and K2 Radio. Ms. Burk holds degrees in Communications and Theatre and attended graduate school at the Goodman School of Drama in Chicago, and her spirit of community involvement and advocacy work benefits many organizations throughout the state.
Trails Center Presentation Examines The Battle of Red Buttes Near Casper
Battle of Red Buttes happened in June of 1865 and mass grave of the soldiers killed that day has never been found.
Unusual ‘Cold Air Funnel’ Spotted Between Wright and Newcastle [VIDEO]
Cold air funnels can stir up some gusty winds, but are usually short-lived.
Labor Secretary Acosta, Senator Enzi Tour Sites Around Wyoming
The two-day tour took them to Campbell County, Casper, Riverton, and Green River to events focused on workforce development and mining production in the state.
Warning: Watch For Rockfall In Wyoming’s Canyons
Officials say at this time of year coming into spring, the cycle of freezing and thawing causes rocks to move downhill.
Wyoming And The Holocaust: A Hunt For History
'History Unfolded' is a project of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, seeking to find out what Americans knew about the Holocaust as it was happening.
Investigation Continues Into Sexual Battery ‘Game’ In Natrona County Schools
Between citations and summons requests there are at least a half dozen charges so far, and police are investigating the origins of the "game".
Barrasso On Borders: Prefers Legislative Process Over National Emergency
Barrasso said his recommendation is that if the negotiators can come to an agreement, the President should accept that and sign it.
Wyo U.S. Senators Introduce Bill To Disclose Student Loan Rates
The Senators and others say students and parents deserve to know the true cost of federal loans.
Chronic Wasting Disease Found In New Elk Hunt Area Near Sheridan
Although the disease has been previously documented in deer in an overlaying hunt area, this is the first time an elk has tested positive.
Wildlife Conservation Wyoming License Plate Now Available
Proceeds from the plate will help with wildlife conservation efforts including wildlife corridors, wildlife crossings, fencing, and signage.