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Jan. 25, 2022: Rebuilding business after fire; What strike means for organized labor

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The charred remains of the Rotary restaurant in the Colony Square shopping area in Louisville on Monday, Jan. 3, 2022, burned by the Marshall fire. The Marshall fire ignited Dec. 30, 2021, in Boulder County and destroyed nearly 1,000 homes in and around Superior and Louisville, and left thousands of people scrambling to evacuate, driven by winds that sometimes exceeded 100 mph.

The Marshall Fire destroyed homes, and businesses. Scott Boyd lost his newly-opened restaurant but plans to rebuild. Then, what does the recent King Soopers strike say about organized labor? Plus, do high test scores contribute to segregation in schools? And Colorado's Teacher of the Year is now a national finalist.