A podcast featuring documentary news, storytelling and special reporting from CPR News. Covering Colorado in depth from the plains to the mountains, the Western Slope to the Four Corners.
- This episode of Colorado In Depth shows how we can reuse more of the water we already use, as the Colorado River dries up.
- Today’s episode is an introduction to a CPR News podcast called Parched. Hosted by climate reporter Michael Elizabeth Sakas, it’s about how we can continue to live in the American southwest as it dries out. A two decade drought is sapping the Colorado River and other water supplies.
- This is the never-before-told story of a Colorado family who uncovers their dad’s contributions to history while he played in the Negro Baseball League.
- Go behind the scenes of Colorado’s elections, to meet the people and systems designed to prevent fraud and count every vote.
- We talk with people who experience pain, and physicians, to uncover solutions and provide hope for pain sufferers and their loved ones who want to help.
- We travel to Estonia to see Colorado National Guard troops conducting military training exercises with allies, just weeks after Russia invaded Ukraine.
- A look at how the legal landscape for and against abortion access has shifted in the years since Colorado became the first state to legalize abortion.
- Today’s episode is a special preview of another CPR News podcast called Ghost Train.
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