Nutrien Building opening, FoCo man arrested for sexual assault

This episode from April 28 covers a Fort Collins sexual assault arrest, CSU’s Nutrien Building opening and U.S. Capitol attack investigation updates.

Nutrien Building opening, FoCo man arrested for sexual assault

Ellie Shannon, Kota Babcock, Portia Cook, News Directors

Kyra Mckinley goes over Colorado State University campus news with updates on the opening of the Nutrien Building. Then, Ellie Shannon covers local news with details on the arrest of a Fort Collins man for sexual assault. Then, Kota Babcock goes over new updates in COVID-19 pandemic statistics and policies. After that, Babcock speaks to Maya Feller, a nutritionist and Instacart partner, about how online grocery shopping can create better habits.

Then, Babcock goes over information on the details of a probe into racism in the Minneapolis Police Department and updates on the committee investigating the U.S. Capitol attacks. After that, listeners hear from “KCSU Live In-Studio” with local band Tiny Humans. Eliza Drotar goes over updates in CSU sports, including details on track and field. To conclude the show, Shannon explains updates in technology with details on Elon Musk buying Twitter for $44 billion dollars.

About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s news directors bring you news coverage. Coverage includes northern Colorado and national news, straight from the KCSU Fort Collins news desk. Topics range from crime to cryptocurrency to local art galleries. KCSU news is also on Spotify (and most podcast streaming platforms), and listeners can find it by clicking here or searching KCSU News.