Staffing shortages are so severe at the Colorado Mental Institute at Pueblo that the federal government has threatened to pull money because of worries about patient safety. Then, 9News Anchor Adele Arakawa is retiring after 24 years in Denver. She's headed to Tucson -- she's not quite as sure where her industry is going next. Next, artificial intelligence could revolutionize the recycling industry, with a robot named Clarke leading the way. And, can a $4 million marketing campaign get kids off their screens and into the Colorado outdoors?
- Staff Shortage Prompts Concerns For Patient Safety At State Mental Health Institute
- Anchor Away: Adele Arakawa Leaves Top-Rated 9News After 24 Years
- Clarke The Robot Wants To Sort Your Recyclables
- Can Ads Help The Colorado Outdoors Compete With YouTube Or Xbox?