In Colorado Springs, the city is offering an “Adopt-a-Streetlight” program (Gazette, KOAA). Harrison School District 2 has delayed a vote regarding a new form of governance (Gazette). Ft. Carson increases efforts to prevent drunk driving (KRDO).

KKTV
takes a look at the mythic “buried bombers” in Pueblo. The Chieftain reports on a public meeting regarding the destruction of mustard agent housed at the Pueblo Chemical Depot.

In Canon City, a false 911 alarm went out by mistake during a training exercise (KKTV). The Canon City Daily Record reports on concerns over uranium cleanup, and seeks official support of the Uranium Processing and Accountability Act in the state legislature.

The LaJunta Tribune Democrat profiles a new business making rail anchors.

The Colorado Springs Business Journal takes a look at how mountain states are dealing with the recession.

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May 4, 2016 | NPR · The president told an energetic audience he “will not rest” until the city’s water is safe to drink. A federal state of emergency has been declared as a result of lead leaching into Flint’s water.
 

May 4, 2016 | MR · Who knows how much it takes to educate a child, and how do you find out? The state of Michigan is trying to answer those questions right now.
 

AP
May 4, 2016 | NPR · Gov. Pat McCrory responded in a statement, saying, “We will be reviewing to determine the next steps.” The state has until Monday to respond.
 

Arts & Life

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May 4, 2016 | NPR · Jennifer Haigh grew up in small town Pennsylvania, where jobs disappeared when coal mines closed. Her new novel explores the changes that mining — and now fracking — has brought to nearby communities.
 

May 4, 2016 | FA · Growing up in the tribal region of Pakistan, Maria Toorpakai pretended she was a boy in order to compete as a weightlifter. Later she became an internationally known squash player.
 

May 4, 2016 | FA · The Irish director and screenwriter talks to Fresh Air’s Ann Marie Baldonado about his new film, which tells the story of a young teenager in 1980s Dublin who discovers pop music and starts a band.
 

Music

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May 4, 2016 | NPR · The singer’s latest pop hit is — ironically — about the downsides of having a pop hit. But another song on his new album, At Night, Alone, focuses on his relationship with his mother.
 

May 4, 2016 | NPR · A lawyer for a California addiction doctor held a press conference Wednesday. He said his client was scheduled to meet with Prince the day after the singer died, and that he had dispatched his son, who works with him, to Prince’s Minnesota home.
 

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May 4, 2016 | NPR · Patterson casts light on the assumption people make about a woman: that she’s inexhaustibly strong, yet mysteriously dangerous. “I’m human, I’m human,” she reminds us.
 

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