More women in tech are speaking up about sexual harassment. It led one venture capitalist accused of harassment to resign recently with this statement: "The gap of influence between male venture capitalists and female entrepreneurs is frightening and I hate that my behavior played a role in perpetrating a gender-hostile environment." This caused one Denver CEO to cut her ties with that funder. Then, a new app that's supposed to help you save money. And, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado explains why he chose a beat that hits hard for his walk-up song. Plus, the high desert of Western Colorado has a lead role in a new novel. And, a master sergeant who was severely wounded in Afghanistan 11 years ago has become a champion shot-putter.
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