March 17, 2022: Lake Powell hits critical threshold; Architect creates digital world

March 17, 2022
Lake Powell on the Utah, Arizona border continues to drop as snowpack declines throughout the southwest U.S. The narrow passageway shown here in September 2018 has been rendered unusable as water levels drop.Lake Powell on the Utah, Arizona border continues to drop as snowpack declines throughout the southwest U.S. The narrow passageway shown here in September 2018 has been rendered unusable as water levels drop.Luke Runyon / KUNC/LightHawk
Lake Powell on the Utah, Arizona border continues to drop as snowpack declines throughout the southwest U.S. The narrow passageway shown here in September 2018 has been rendered unusable as water levels drop.

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March 17, 2022: Lake Powell hits critical threshold; Architect creates digital world

A critical power source for Colorado has reached a critically low level. We check in on Lake Powell in the face of climate change. Then, an architect builds in the digital world, including school campuses. And, the success story of chef Mawa McQween is one of perseverance and a love of cooking. Plus, CPR host Jo Ann Allen retires and passes the baton.