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Jan. 3, 2022: Louisville Evacuees Find Temporary Home; Omicron variant rages in Colorado

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Eli Imadali for CPR News
Mary and Larry Boven, whose Louisville home of almost 30 years burned down in the Dec. 30 Marshall fire, sit for a portrait in their temporary apartment at the Edgewater building of Highlands United Methodist Church in Denver on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022.

The Marshall Fire in Boulder County displaced scores of families. The Bovens were among them. Then, assistant state climatologist Becky Bolinger explains the weather and climate that led to the fires. Plus, Dr. Justin Ross offers some on-air counseling. And, physicians in the state talk us through the omicron variant, the newest chapter of the pandemic.