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Most Recent Episodes:

"Firestone Gas Explosion" 

Aired 12/14/17

Insight examines the aftermath of a deadly house explosion. What went wrong?

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"Traded and Trafficked" 

Aired 11/16/17

Children are being exploited and sold for sex all across Colorado... what’s being done to stop it?

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"Serving Those Who Served" 

Aired 10/20/17

From the Vietnam War to the global wars on terrorism, America's veterans face challenges obtaining the care they deserve.  On Insight’s season premier, we investigate the rising costs and an understaffed, overburdened VA system.

View resources for veterans and read additional reports on the Episode Page >>

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No Statewide Regulations To Limit How Close Homes Can Be Built to Wells

Last Updated by Leigh Paterson on

Colorado regulators limit how close oil and gas wells can be drilled to development like roads, schools, and businesses. The closest that a well can come to a home, for example, is 500 feet. But there is no statewide standard for how close new homes can be built to existing wells.

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Anadarko plans to test more frequently after equipment was “contributing factor” in deadly blast

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

Who is responsible for a deadly house explosion in Firestone, CO? Rocky Mountain PBS investigates the disaster and the state regulations that have been in place for years.

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RMPBS Veterans Coverage Featured in News Match 2017 Campaign

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To celebrate Veterans Day, "News Match 2017" featured journalists and newsrooms whose work has lifted up critical issues impacting veterans and their families, including our recent "Insight with John Ferrugia: Serving Those Who Served" report on the VA system in Colorado. Now through Dec. 31, 2017, donations made to RMPBS through Newsmatch.org will be matched 1:1 by national foundations.

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About Insight:

Nationally-recognized investigative journalist John Ferrugia, delves into some of the most pressing – and often unseen or misunderstood – issues facing Coloradans.

"Insight" is in-depth, independent and incisive. It’s public media storytelling at its best. And it’s the kind of journalism that inspires the public to make Colorado an even better place to live. John and a team of investigative journalists – including former national correspondent Lori Gliha – present thoughtful, thoroughly researched stories of significance for Colorado. Sometimes the show has the feel of a Frontline-type documentary. Sometimes it includes extended Nightline-type interviews with the newsmakers who have the power to effect change.

 

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