Dec. 17, 2019: Why First Responders Might Administer Drugs; Keeping Monet Safe From Theft

December 17, 2019
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Aurora police subdued Elijah McClain with ketamine before he died in custody in August. There's no proof that caused his death but it raises questions about using drugs as a way to calm suspects.

Ketamine can be used to subdue criminal suspects who are extremely agitated -- but at what risk? Then, how do museums protect against a heist when priceless art is on display? And, Coloradans can have snow-free roads or intact windshields, but maybe not at the same time. Plus, History Colorado’s new podcast features little-known tales of the American West.