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Scott Franz / Capitol Coverage

Today on Colorado Edition: we hear from the two candidates on the ballot for the June 30 Democratic primary. We’ll also get advice on how to talk to children about racism. Plus, we’ll hear from artists using their work to promote change, and we’ll hear a conversation about religious gatherings under new state guidance.

Scott Franz/Capitol Coverage

Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll hear from two activists at the forefront of the protests against police brutality. Plus, a look at what the call to get police out of schools means. And, we’ll visit a local COVID-19 testing site, and hear from an expert on anti-oppression.

Rae Ellen Bichell / KUNC

Today on Colorado Edition: A conversation about policing in Colorado schools. Plus, we explore what we know about asymptomatic spread of COVID-19. We also get the latest on the state’s guidance for outdoor recreation and libraries, and we hear about a group of protesters in Montana.

Leigh Paterson / KUNC

Today on Colorado Edition: We get the latest on protests in Denver against police brutality, and the debate around deploying the military to the protests. And, we’ll learn about a new app helping families check in virtually on loved ones in long-term care facilities. Plus, we’ll hear the final part in a series on water investment in the West.

Leigh Paterson / KUNC

Today on Colorado Edition: We speak to the state health department’s chief medical officer about COVID-19 outbreak data. We also hear from the state’s division of homeland security about personal protective equipment shortages. Plus, we hear the next piece in our series on water investment in the West, and we learn about a local utility provider’s goal to transition their energy to be non-carbon generated by 2030.

Matt Bloom / KUNC

Today on Colorado Edition: we’ll get the latest on state lawmakers' reactions to the protests in Denver. And, we'll hear the first in a series about water investment in the West, and we’ll listen to an investigation into outbreaks at nursing homes.

Matt Bloom / KUNC

Today on Colorado Edition: We get a first-hand look at the protests that took place in Denver over the weekend. We also hear about the challenges of getting back to work under new coronavirus guidance and we learn about a legal project aimed at helping Coloradans who can’t pay their rent during the pandemic. Plus, we’ll learn more about how Eagle County is encouraging second homeowners to return to the community.

Erin O'Toole / KUNC

Today, on a special episode of Colorado Edition, we explore the question of who makes the decisions that protect the people during a public health crisis. And we’ll look at how tensions over that are playing out in one Colorado county, whose public health director recently announced his retirement in the midst of a pandemic.

Matt Bloom / KUNC

Today on Colorado Edition: We get the latest on Rocky Mountain National Park’s reopening. We also speak with Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold about mail-in voting and the upcoming election. Plus, we get an overview of the state’s economic outlook and explore the new normal for Colorado’s creative sector. And, we hear about a group of teens helping their peers recognize and cope with mental health issues.

Matt Bloom / KUNC

Today on Colorado Edition: We’ll learn about next steps for restaurants reopening in our state, and get the latest on unemployment. We will also hear what’s in store for the legislative session, as lawmakers return to the Capitol, and how a COVID-19 outbreak at a state prison is impacting a rural Colorado community.

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