What would you grab if you were forced to evacuate ahead of a wildfire -- or some other crisis situation -- at a moment's notice, knowing you might never see home again?
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The gaps between minorities and whites in Colorado are worse now than they were before the Civil Rights movement. And they're widening.
One woman who fled New Orleans for Colorado ahead of Hurricane Katrina feels especially prepared for any disaster.
A listener reflects on her hunt for employment and why she had better luck finally landing a job in Colorado, than in her home state of New Jersey.
We've been asking your thoughts on the death penalty and how you're preparing for wildfires.
In our regular Friday feature, we read your letters, Facebook posts, and Website comments. This week, online taxes raise ire.
Feedback to stories on homelessness and a bill that could force certain criminals to hand over their DNA lead our regular Friday listener feedback feature.
On Fridays, Lee Hill, who runs our Public Insight Network, shares your responses to Colorado Matters conversations."