In our first interview with John Hickenlooper since Donald Trump's election, the governor says if he had Trump's ear he'd urge caution in healthcare, immigration, trade and the nation's power supply. Also, where does the governor find promise in a Trump administration? Then, Joel Gratz has been called "Snowstradamus." He's the founder of the popular snow forecasting website OpenSnow. We get a preview of ski season. Plus, in Nepal elephants trample rice crops, which is what people eat, so the animals are often shot. A Colorado zookeeper may have a way to save the crops -- and the elephants. Hint: it involves bees. And, a Thanksgiving recipe from U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet.
- How Colorado's Democratic Governor Says He'll Deal With Trump
- OpenSnow's Joel Gratz: Despite Late Start, Colorado Ski Season Is Far From Lost
- How To Protect Elephants? A Coloradan's Tools Include Beehives
- Tired Of The Same Thanksgiving Turkey? Take A Page From The Senator