Next Week in Review - 8/29/16 - 9/2/16

Trains, helicopters and EpiPens. Let's review the week before the next one gets going.

Monday, 8/29:

Gatherer says homeless forged signatures on anti-oil and gas initiative 0:38
Hunting might cost more in Colorado 5:53
Boulder homeless community wouldn’t require sobriety 6:55
FAA manager says he would have a problem flying in most helicopters 11:35
Berthoud firefighters go the extra mile – we mean step 17:20

Tuesday, 8/30:

Who’s really to blame for EpiPen costs? 0:12
Military mom responds to Kaepernick protest: 7:50
What’s that great smell in the DIA bathroom? 14:34
The Republican who’s trying to get Clinton elected: 16:07

 

Wednesday, 8/31:

RTD knew about A-Line problems prior to launch: 0:28
Parker Police wants to thank Good Samaritans who helped with a crash: 4:01
Drug users getting kicked out of Denver parks: 5:07
EpiPens being sold on Craigslist: 7:14
Are Trump's immigration policies getting softer? 7:49
Next Question - Are non-recyclables in Recycling containers ok? 11:10
Hillary Clinton's immigration plans: 13:34
Injured Denver police officer returns to work: 16:38
What's Up With "Tat"? Tattoos that tell a story: 17:50
The most Colorado thing we saw today: 18:22

Thursday, 9/1:

Voters to decide if recreational pot will be allowed at businesses: 0:13
Professors banish students who don't believe in climate change: 2:07
May I Make A Recommendation? Colleen O’Connor: 3:32
Boulder Police refuse interviews regarding JonBenet Ramsey case:  4:07
2,500 tons of mustard gas chemicals disposed of: 5:02
Suicide rates by occupation: 6:22
"Rocky Mountain Giant Vegetable Growers Club": 12:57
Elvis painting found at Natural Grocers in Arvada: 15:12
The most Colorado thing we saw today: baby climbs 14ers: 15:31
Taste of Colorado history: 16:47

Friday: 9/2:

Governor Hickenlooper sits down with Brandon Rittiman: 0:48
Next Question: What's up with those unmarked police cars? 4:30
Chicken swap: 7:33
Denver Public Schools test scores: 11:56

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