A Denver woman says the Assad government killed eleven members of her family last week. She hopes the U.S. missile attacks, ordered by President Trump, scare Asad. Then, Grand Canyon National Park has its first female leader, and the University of Colorado graduate will have to address a rash of sexual harrasment complaints from employees. Also, a Colorado teen made a documentary as a way to tell people about his autism. Then, NPR's Kirk Siegler on the urban-rural divide. And we speak with an assistant coach on the University of Denver's men's hockey team, which won a national championship on Saturday.