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March 20, 2024: CU Women take center court in March Madness; Two budding playwrights find connection

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Colorado players, from left, Ally Fitzgerald, Mikayla Johnson and Shelomi Sanders, react after a 3-point basket against Oregon State during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 women’s tournament, Thursday, March 2, 2023, in Las Vegas. When Deion Sanders arrived in Boulder to resurrect the University of Colorado’s slumbering football program he not only brought his sons Sheduer, a star quarterback, and Shilo, a star safety, but also his youngest child, Shelomi, a redshirt freshman point guard on the women’s basketball team.

We're in the throws of March Madness, and the women's teams are center court, including the CU Buffs. We'll talk with hall-of-famer Ceal Barry about this moment in women's basketball. Then, Jeremy Hobson and "The Middle" come to Colorado to discuss gun violence. Also, how new immigrants impact healthcare in the state. And the dreams of two first-time playwrights converge in Denver.