Series: Here’s What Happened

· May 16, 2012, 12:05 pm
May 16, 2012
For 26 weeks, Coloradans have been telling us their best stories. Our series is winding down and a new one is beginning, as CPR’s Ryan Warner explains.

May 16, 2012
As "Here's What Happened" winds down, series creator Ryan Warner shares a story from when he was in television news.

May 9, 2012
Andrea Leslie, of Idaho Springs, was sailing around the world with her family. In one of the most remote spots on earth, they realized they had company.

A Double Feature
May 2, 2012
We get a two-fer in our storytelling series this week... including the story of a little girl who stood up for herself.

Dana Vaughn-Mgunda and her husband were about to leave a restaurant in Malawi, when an escapee from a nearby zoo traipsed in.

A Gangster's Paradise
April 18, 2012
Matt Feeney and his family moved into a Denver home that was full of surprises... including a secret room.

Kind of Like the Brady Bunch
April 11, 2012
Mark Rehberger came to Colorado as an exchange student from Germany. His host father eventually became his stepfather.

A Guardian Angel?
April 4, 2012
In our weekly storytelling series, Samuel Helms, of Aurora, tells us about an encounter that changed his family's life.

Car Karma
March 28, 2012
Today, we hear two stories of good deeds on the road.

Two Animal Tales
March 21, 2012
A double feature today from our weekly storytelling series. We hear a story about a guide dog in training and another about animals in the wild.

Catch Connie!
March 14, 2012
Let’s get another story from our series “Here’s What Happened.” This week’s is about running. It comes from Jennifer Forker, of Arvada. Jennifer brought in a friend to help tell this story, Connie Ahrnsbrak, of Lakewood.

My Baseball Hero
March 7, 2012
In time for spring training, Diane Hansen tells us about getting her favorite player’s autograph, only to lose it. Then get it again. Then lose it again.

Root for the Blackest Team
February 29, 2012
6th grade teacher Barbara Allen grew up with a father who didn’t like white people very much. She tells this story to her students during Black History Month.

My Hairy Sister
February 22, 2012
Today, we hear the story of a woman whose family took part in an unusual experiment.

February 15, 2012
Grace Christus, of Aurora, grew up in the segregated South. She tells us about the experience that opened her eyes to racism.

A Colorado Love Affair
February 8, 2012
In advance of Valentine’s Day, Clint Locks tells us about falling in love... with Colorado.

My Earliest Memory
February 1, 2012
Dr. Maria Anderson, of Denver, tells us about a traumatic childhood experience that served her later in life.
January 25, 2012
Laura Rindlaub and Jason Munkatchy tell us about the day they got a phone call... from their labradoodle.
January 18, 2012
Gale Daniel, of Littleton, tells us about the incivility he witnessed as a statehouse page.

Bullied No More

January 11, 2012
In our weekly storytelling series, Brian Lee tells us about standing up to a bully.

The Revealing Dream
January 4, 2012
Nan Lofas, who lives in Littleton, was adopted. She was having trouble tracking down her birth mother. One night, a dream changed that.

Staff Sergeant Joseph Blunn, of Denver, tells us about the game that brought some normalcy to his time in Iraq.

December 21, 2011
Our storytelling series continues with Susan Crisfield, of Wheat Ridge. She took an unusual step after a car accident during the holidays.

December 14, 2011
Melissa McQueen tells us about spending the night lost in the wilderness in a snow storm. Her recovery from frostbite took months.

Almost A Miracle
December 7, 2011
Marilyn Morgan, of Denver, shares her unforgettable experience in church one Sunday.

November 30, 2011
Ginny Wilkins, of Lakewood, hadn’t planned to visit her old high school. It was just a place where she knew there would be a clean restroom.She sure didn’t expect what happened next.

November 23, 2011
To kick off our new series, Sarah Haney tells us about the unusual way her daughter Morgan came into the world.

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