Deadly heroin overdoses are on the rise in Colorado. As far back as the 1980s, dealers from a small town in Mexico saw Denver as a land of opportunity. Also, amid a shortage of construction workers there's a rush to train recruits. Plus, Denver’s Biennial of the Americas returns this week with some big events during the five-day festival but with a significant cut to smaller arts events held in past years. Then, a witness to 9/11 and her musical portrait of the tragedy.
- Tracing Heroin's Deadly Path From Mexico To Colorado
- Starved For Workers, Colorado Construction Is Plugging The Gap With An Academy
- Electricians Wanted: Shortage Of Skilled Labor In Colo. Has Industry Scrambling For Help
- The Biennial Of The Americas Has Pulled Back On Art, But Here’s Some Of What You Can See
- Documentary Spotlights Greek American Miners In Shadow Of Ludlow Massacre
- Julia Wolfe Witnessed 9/11 Up Close, And Wrote 'Compassion' In Response