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Transit Agency Boss On Continuing Rail Problems; A Mom Grapples With Her Son’s Addiction

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The Denver area's transit system, RTD, faces continued delays in opening a commuter rail line that should have started a year ago. The problem is linked to longstanding technical issues with the train that serves Denver International Airport. The agency’s general manager, Dave Genova, talks about those problems, and whether a legislative error could prompt service cuts across the system. Then, Colorado heroin and opioid deaths are on the rise...Cyndee Rae Lutz’s son started using drugs in high school. Today she helps other families recognize the signs of addiction. And, before the controversy over NFL players taking a knee, a promising point guard for the Denver Nuggets refused to stand for the national anthem. He paid a price.