September 11, 2001 changed the way firefighters and first responders think about and do their jobs. One who's experienced this transformation firsthand is Tim England, a captain with the Poudre Fire Authority in Fort Collins. England led a Colorado task force at Ground Zero for the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the days immediately following the terrorist attacks. As we approach the 10th anniversary, England shares his thoughts on the way 9/11 altered his profession – and the country.
America’s acute foreclosure crisis has mellowed, but the home mortgage industry is nowhere near a full recovery. Its symptoms are changing – and the patient may get worse before it gets better. From Washington, Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports on signs that a new foreclosure wave is brewing in Colorado and in most parts of the country.
In the medical community team-based care is starting to replace the old model of doctor knows best and makes all the decisions. And even though he was taught that way, KUNC commentator Dr. Marc Ringel is fully behind the new method.