The Colorado Springs’ City Council heard from officials on a proposed homeless camping ordinance (Gazette, KKTV, KRDO), and are scheduled to vote on the ordinance today (KOAA). Yesterday, council also heard a proposal aimed at regulating medical marijuana (Gazette, KRDO, KOAA). In El Paso County,Sheriff Terry Maketa has changed his mind and decided to run for another term (Gazette, KKTV, KRDO, KOAA).

In Pueblo, the Chieftain reports on the opening of a new East Side satellite police substation, and on Fountain Creek standards, and supporters of those new standards.

The LaJunta Tribune-Democrat reports on candidates entering political races.

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May 24, 2016 | NPR · In the spring of 2015, a snowy owl named Baltimore was fitted with a backpack GPS transmitter. The data that transmitter collected over the past year shines a light on a mysterious species.
 

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May 24, 2016 | NPR · Paul Tough’s new book surveys the best new evidence on how to overcome the effects of poverty.
 

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May 24, 2016 | NPR · Britain’s farming minister favors leaving the European Union. But some farmers fear losing subsidies and foreign workers if that happens. “As a farmer,” says one, “I want to stay in business.”
 

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May 24, 2016 | NPR · Dan Vyleta’s new novel imagines an alternate Victorian England where ill deeds (and even ill thoughts) are made visible by vile black Smoke; it’s a marker not just of personal worth but also class.
 

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May 24, 2016 | NPR · In his book The Latinos of Asia, Anthony Christian Ocampo explores how Filipino-Americans challenge traditional ideas about race and national identity.
 

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May 23, 2016 | NPR · When Candice Hoyes sings, she’s channeling a legacy of black women in jazz. Her debut album, On a Turquoise Cloud, celebrates the genre’s storied roots.
 

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May 23, 2016 | NPR · Will Toledo and his band performed at Black Cat in D.C. on May 23.
 

Jessie Obialor
May 23, 2016 | NPR · When Candice Hoyes sings, she’s channeling a legacy of black women in jazz. Her debut album, On a Turquoise Cloud, celebrates the genre’s storied roots.
 

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May 23, 2016 | NPR · The former Antony And The Johnsons singer’s first solo album combines dance beats with a stark look at global strife. “Raising your voice is the antidote to a sense of powerlessness,” she says.
 

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