Feb. 3, 2020: Freed After Decades, An Ex-Prisoner Wants A Better Path For Those Who Follow

February 3, 2020
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Attorney Hollynd Hoskins holds the door for Curtis Brooks as he leaves the Arkansas Valley Correctional facility after 24 years behind bars on Monday July 1, 2019. Brooks has ideas for making the transition to freedom easier for those who follow.

At age 15, Curtis Brooks was sentenced to life without parole. Laws changed and Brooks has a new life. Then, some, but not all, Colorado women won the right to vote in 1893. Plus, how do Coloradans reach federal lawmakers? And, tire pressure in the cold. Also, a film about the town of Dearfield. Finally, lawmakers want to help search and rescue groups.