Open Spaces November 6, 2015

Nov 9, 2015

On this episode, UW’s President Dick McGinity is working to smooth things over after the questionable detention of some campus visitors. And about how law enforcement in Sweetwater County is turning to a powerful addiction treatment drug to keep offenders sober, and out of jail. And how Torrington may lose its iconic sugar factory, but local officials are optimistic that they will overcome the blow. We’ll also hear an interview with animal welfare advocate Temple Grandin and talk to a researcher about the melting of Greenland’s glaciers. Those stories and more.