A temporary village has popped up near Denver International Airport, with completely solar homes built by college students and sponsored by the federal government. A team from the University of Denver built a home with a wall covered in moss. Then, with the possibility of snow hitting the Front Range by Monday, a meteorologist offers a ski season forecast. And, a Coors heir was killed in a botched kidnapping in 1960. A new book tells the tale of the manhunt for his brilliant but bumbling murderer. Plus, CPR's OpenAir remembers rock legend Tom Petty, who passed away this week at the age of 66.
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- ACLU Alleges Alamosa Judge Violates State Law, Constitutional Rights
- Now That October Is Here, It's OK To Start Thinking About Snow
- The Murder Of A Coors Beer Heir Was The Colorado Crime Of Its Day
- Who Gets To Celebrate The Second Monday Of October In Denver?