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June 28, 2021: Are I-70 Mudslides The New Normal?; Officers Face ‘Friend Or Foe’ Decisions

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A makeshift memorial has grown in Olde Town Arvada Square to Johnny Hurley. Arvada police confirmed Friday that one of their officers fired the shot that killed “good Samaritan” Hurley during last Monday’s attack that also left a veteran officer and his suspected ambusher dead.

Mudslides closed I-70 in Glenwood Canyon, and they may be a sign of things to come. Then, can training prepare officers to determine quickly if someone armed with a gun is a friend or a foe? Plus, we answer more Colorado Wonders questions about pollinators, from plants to pesticides. And the love story of a Denver philosopher whose wife died of cancer.