News Clips for Dec. 11, 2019

Significant snowstorm to hit Colorado this week bringing double-digit totals

Significant snowfall will follow a dry start to the week in Colorado, with quite a bit of snow forecast to fall in certain areas by Sunday night according to some weather models. This will follow roughly 15 inches of snow that landed in parts of the state from Sunday to Monday morning earlier in the week.

Democrats' divide: Free college for all or for some?

Pete Buttigieg's latest ad on college affordability was a relatively quiet one: The presidential candidate is seen explaining his plan for free public college tuition for some to a small group of nodding middle-aged voters, his measured tone hardly shifting as he takes an indirect swipe at his Democratic rivals.

Nine-year-olds sent to US psychiatric hospital

Children as young as 9 have been sent to a psychiatric hospital some 2,500 miles away for clinical assessments. A spokeswoman for the University of Utah’s Neuropsychiatric Institute confirmed the hospital had examined 29 of the island’s minors in the past seven years.

Navigen Announces FDA Clearance of its IND Application to Initiate First-in-Human Studies for CPT31, a Novel, D-peptide HIV Entry Inhibitor

Navigen, Inc. announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") has cleared its Investigational New Drug application ("IND") for the initiation of a Phase I study in healthy volunteers to test the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics of its D-Peptide HIV entry inhibitor, CPT31.