A Prisoner Is Set Free, Skilled Trades Workers Needed, Strumming For A Missing Friend

January 19, 2016

Today, the saga of Clarence Moses-EL. He spent 28 years in prison for a rape he says he didn't commit. Key DNA evidence in his case was thrown in the trash. Then, something's missing from Colorado's workforce: People skilled in trades. We talk about how the state is filling the gap. And, a Colorado musician copes with a friend missing in the wilderness the only way she knows how: "I began playing to her every night."