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March 4, 2022: The future of pandemic post-omicron; Bringing ‘Rattlesnake Kate’ to life

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Testing wastewater on the Colorado Mesa University campus in Grand Junction for COVID-19 on Friday, August 27, 2021.

Two years after Colorado’s first confirmed cases of COVID-19, what’s next in the pandemic? Then, Dr. Pam Wilson of Westminster heads to Beijing for the Paralympics as a member of Team USA's wheelchair curling team. Plus, singer-songwriter Neyla Pekarek talks about the famous "Rattlesnake Kate" Slaughterback and bringing her story to the stage.