Horsetooth Reservoir crash, new legislation on tribal address

This episode from April 14 covers a death near Horsetooth Reservoir, legislation requiring an annual tribal address and injuries at Amazon warehouses.

Horsetooth Reservoir crash, new legislation on tribal address

Ellie Shannon, Kota Babcock, Portia Cook, News Directors

Kyra Mckinley goes over Colorado State University campus news with information on upcoming campus cultural events. Then, Ellie Shannon covers local news with details on a man dying in a single-vehicle crash near Horsetooth Reservoir. After that, Kota Babcock goes over new updates in COVID-19 pandemic statistics and policies. Listeners hear from Colorado Senator Kerry Donovan about Colorado’s new legislation to require an annual tribal address.

After that, Kota Babcock goes over information on how heavy winds and tornadoes are moving through the U.S. Listeners hear about microbiology from KCSU’s newest podcast, “Soilent Green.” Then, Karsyn Lane goes over the ending of women’s basketball and beginning of women’s softball at CSU in her podcast, “Play Like a Girl.” To conclude today’s show, Shannon explain updates in technology with information on the rate of serious injuries at Amazon warehouses.

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