What Michael Hancock Wants To Achieve In A Final Term; Why Water Experts Are Still Worried

June 5, 2019
<p>Denver Mayor Michael Hancock gestures during an interview with CPR's Colorado Matters Wednesday June 5 2019, the morning after winning re-election to a third term. He beat challenger Jamie Giellis in a runoff vote.</p>
<p>Denver Mayor Michael Hancock gestures during an interview with CPR's Colorado Matters Wednesday June 5 2019, the morning after winning re-election to a third term. He beat challenger Jamie Giellis in a runoff vote.</p>
<p>Xandra McMahon/CPR News</p>
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock gestures during an interview with CPR&#039;s Colorado Matters Wednesday June 5 2019, the morning after winning re-election to a third term. He beat challenger Jamie Giellis in a runoff vote.

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What Michael Hancock Wants To Achieve In A Final Term; Why Water Experts Are Still Worried

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock talks policy ahead of his third and final term. Then, while Colorado may be free of drought, not everything's hunky-dory water-wise. Next, the Great Sand Dunes become a beach. Also, why Hispanic Catholics hid their Jewish ancestry. Then, the fascinating history of artist colony Drop City. Finally, 100 voices commemorate D-Day.