Colorado Issues - Multiple Myeloma Awareness Week - March 26, 2017

March 26, 2017

Dr. Matous is the medical director for the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute at Presbyterian St. Lukes Medical Center, an associate clinical professor of medicine at the CU Health Sciences Center, and lead investigator in clinical trials in the areas of Multiple Myeloma.  He discusses the current progress of the fight against Multiple Myelomas, and resources available in the Denver area and elsewhere for victims and their families.

Colorado Issues - Legalized Marijuana & Public Safety - March 19, 2017

March 19, 2017

Jeff Hunt from the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University cites disturbing statistics since recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado.  He details a strategy the Centennial Institute has initiated to address the effects of marijuana use on public safety and the well-being of families.

Colorado Issues - Community Resources Offers Mentoring for DPS Students- March 12, 2017

March 12, 2017

Laura Kent runs the mentoring program in which members of the community do short-term mentoring of serious-minded gifted DPS students.  Laura describes the program and what students and mentors qualify, and tells some of the many success stories that have resulted.  For more information go to

Colorado Issues - Shifting Knowledge to Action on Human Trafficking - March 5, 2017

March 5, 2017

Denver is among the top 4 cities in the U.S. plagued by human and sexual trafficking.  John De Young, a teacher from Valor Christian High School, and students from 7 area high schools are putting on the SHIFT Justice Conference Saturday, March 11, with experts in law enforcement as well as other fields educating attenders about human trafficking.  John gives an overview of the conference, the tactics of perpetrators, and information on what people can do about it.  For additional information about the conference, go to