This episode from September 9 includes information on the Loveland police brutality case, new NoCo music venues, CSU internet issues, and more.
Ivy Winfrey delivers new updates in the closure of the Colorado State University on-campus academic testing center and the police assault of Karen Gardner. After that, listeners hear highlights of this weekend’s Live in-studio with Kayla Katz. Kota Babcock explains how Britney Spears’ father filed to end the conservatorship and speaks to Carly Shields from the Mishawaka about new music venues in the area.
After that, Babcock gives new information on the COVID-19 pandemic and speaks to Austria Cohn from The Collegian about on-campus Wi-Fi struggles. To conclude the show, Babcock discusses the Theranos trial and Winfrey explains how a duck used an insult.