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The Post-Flood Re-Engineering Of A Creek; Could Amazon Be Denver-Bound; A Rodeo Superstar

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Floods don't just change lives -- they change the land. Four years after Colorado's costliest flood, a section of Left Hand Creek in Boulder County is still being re-engineered. Then, it's sparked a lot of conversation. The New York Times picked a spot for Amazon's new headquarters. Why they think Denver is best. Plus, cowboy Casey Tibbs was a teen when he turned the rodeo world on its head. But he fell on hard times. He's the subject of a new film. Also, a production at Denver School of the Arts puts students of color in the spotlight. And, The Colorado Peaches, a senior softball team, prepare for an international competition. At 86, Madgalena McCloskey is the eldest member.