A new documentary, "The Last Honey Hunter," shows what it takes to harvest hallucinogenic honey in Nepal.
Why is DIA so far from the city center? As the train to Denver's airport starts, we get answers from former Denver Mayor and U.S. Transportation Secretary Federico Peña. Then, a Grand Junction film crew traveled to Nepal to learn if widespread charges that the Nepalese government is failing to get aid to victims are true. Plus, meet the CU Denver grad who's responsible for how Game of Thrones sounds. And, a common scene inspires two teen boys to invent a drip-less ice cream cone.
- After the earthquake struck, they began using social media to find out the extent of the damage, who needs help — even where aid groups are setting up shop.Read More
For the roughly 3,000 Nepalese in Colorado, the aftermath of the recent earthquake has been stressful as many try to help their families thousands of miles away.
Tens of thousands of people are accessing map data, tagging collapsed buildings, blocked roads, and other problem areas.
"If we were a minute or two slower, it might have been a very different situation," the teen mountaineer from Boulder says, via satellite phone.
A view of Kathmandu after the earthquake, from a camera-equipped drone aircraft.
- We have videos and photos from the scene. Tom Taplin, a 61-year-old Denver-born filmmaker, camp doctor and Google engineer was among those killed.Read more