Susie Wargin was born in Denver and raised in Broomfield, Colorado. She began her communications career in Fort Collins as an intern in radio, while attending Colorado State University.

After graduating with a bachelor's degree in Speech Communications from CSU, she pushed buttons for a Fort Collins AM radio station and on Christmas Day 1992, she took a shift no one wanted at Channel 93.3 (KTCL-FM) and started her DJ career on the FM dial. Susie worked three years of overnights and weekends for Channel 93.3 while also waiting tables and starting a mobile DJ business.

In November of 1995, Susie became the midday DJ at KBPI in Denver, where she "Rocked the Rockies" for almost 9 years. While Susie loves music, she also has a passion for sports. In February of 1998 she began doing sports updates during "The Zoo" on KOA Newsradio and eventually became the first full-time female sports reporter for KOA. She also spent two years as the radio sideline reporter for Colorado State football games.

Susie joined 9News (KUSA-TV) in September of 2001 as the high school prep sports anchor. Three years later, after hosting the "Prep Rally", the Sonny Lubick Show and filling in for the guys, Susie was hired to be the morning weekday sports anchor which she did for 10 years.

In January of 2017, Susie returned to her FM radio roots and became the midday DJ for 103.5 The Fox. She has also been the Denver Broncos sideline reporter for the Broncos Radio Network since 2019. Susie got her real estate license in 2013 and is also a RE/MAX Realtor. 


Susie is married to Mike and they have two young adult children. She enjoys competing in running and biking events and spending time with her family.