This episode from March 30 includes updates on vaccine eligibility for Colorado, issues and candidates on the upcoming ballot and the Amazon Union vote.
Ellie Shannon gives new details on the stabbing that occurred in the University Village neighborhood last week, and Ivy Winfrey tells listeners about changes in vaccine eligibility for Colorado residents and sexual harassment allegations against mayoral candidate Gerry Horak.
Jonathan Gillham tells listeners all about recent news in softball, basketball and volleyball, then Maddy Erskine speaks to local band Hotel WiFi about its musical inspirations and style. Jacob Selbe updates listeners on a story involving a stuck cargo ship delaying world trade, and then Ellison Hubbard interviews freshman football player Cam Bariteau about his experience with COVID-19 as a student-athlete.
After that, Kota Babcock updates listeners on statistics related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and Winfrey talks about the ballot measure to decide the future of the Hughes Stadium site. After that, Babcock describes the situation with one of Amazon’s most historic union votes, and to conclude the show Winfrey explains how one man allegedly got his final check in the form of greased pennies from his employer.