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KNUS (710 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Denver, Colorado, USA, the station serves the Denver area. The station is currently owned by Salem Media of Colorado, Inc. and features programing from Salem Communications, ABC Radio and AP Radio. Under previous ownership, the station had a bigger local weekday presence. Today, the station airs only syndicated conservative programs. The station was Denver's first to carry the noted The Rush Limbaugh Show. Weekend shows are often local, such as the "Mike Boyle Restaurant Show", "Backbone Radio" with John Andrews, "The Trevor Carey Show" and "Artificial Turf" a sports program hosted Bill Rogan, Andy Cornell and Casey Bloyer. News anchors are Nia Bender, Tom Moller, Cliff Powers, Bill Thorpe and Bill Jones.