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KUNC's Colorado Edition: Strange Medical Cases, Senior Help, 'The Cured'

Infograph containing the following data regarding Colorado's creative economy: $13.6 billion contributed to Colorado's economy; 100,631 jobs created; and comparing Colorado with jobs created in neighboring states (Colorado is first).
Graphic: Ashley Jefcoat/KUNC
Data: The Arts and Cultural Production Satellite Account
A new report highlights how Colorado's creative industries impact the state's economy.

This week on KUNC's Colorado Edition:

In 2014, Colorado doctors noticed a strange cluster of medical cases -- children whose arms and legs suddenly went weak -- or even became paralyzed. Now, those doctors and researchers are getting closer to finding out what caused the problem so they can be ready next time.

We’ll also hear a bit about what drives Colorado’s economy and get an update about what's going on at the state Capitol in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.

Then we get involved with a local nonprofit: Greeley's Senior Resource Center.

And is it true that are zombie films are STILL a thing? Our film critic, Howie Movshovitz, digs into "The Cured."


  • Remember Me by Kalatana
  • Fire Tree by Axletree
  • Long Way Home by Spinning Ratio
  • Good Grief by Ryan Little