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Gun Victims’ Portraits; How To Hunt On Deployment; American Indian Youth In International Games; Underground Music Showcase

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Gunshot victims from across the country agreed to return to the places where they were shot and have their photos taken for a new book, "SHOT: 101 Survivors of Gun Violence in America." Karina Sartiaguin is among those featured. She was 16 when she was shot and paralyzed outside her Aurora high school. Also in the show, a butcher who's carved out an unusual niche: He teaches Army Special Forces to kill and butcher animals that they can eat on deployment. Then, 60 American Indian teens from Southern Colorado competed in the recent North American Indigenous Games in Toronto. They brought home four medals. Plus, a preview of this week's Underground Music Showcase in Denver.