The Pueblo Chieftain reports on how one ruling from the state’s Supreme Court is affecting water laws and availability. The Denver Post reports on issues surrounding language in the state’s Blue Book, or official voting guide, and how a small bird could help predict climate changes.

In Colorado Springs, the Business Journal takes a look at expiring unemployment benefits*, the philharmonic’s resurgence*, and how one area mall plans to use cell phone technology to help make shopping easier*. The Sky Sox have set an attendance record (KXRM).

Las Animas County commissioners plan to bid on the Trinidad State Nursing Home (Times-Independent). More agencies are approaching the Trinidad City Council for funding assistance (Times-Independent).

The Canon City Daily Record takes a look at safety issues and concerns regarding the proposed “Over the River” art project.

Custer County plans to hold a meeting regarding a proposed facility for troubled teens (Wet Mountain Tribune).

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May 3, 2016 | CPR · How is it that the nation’s fourteenth richest state ranks forty-second in how much it spends per student in schools? It all comes down to Colorado’s Taxpayers Bill of Rights, or TABOR.
 

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May 3, 2016 | NPR · Ted Cruz suffered a brutal loss to Donald Trump, while the Democratic fight between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is close.
 

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May 3, 2016 | ProPublica · If not for flawed classification of deaths, medical mistakes would be the third leading cause of U.S. deaths, Johns Hopkins researchers say. They’re calling on the CDC to track deaths from errors.
 

Arts & Life

May 3, 2016 | NPR · NPR’s Robert Siegel talks with author Devin Leonard whose new book, Neither Snow Nor Rain, celebrates the history of the U.S. Postal Service.
 

May 3, 2016 | NPR · The Broadway hit musical, Hamilton, is up for 16 Tony Award nominations, and that’s sure to boost its already high profits. In April, the musical’s producers struck a deal to share some of its profits with original cast members. NPR’s Audie Cornish talks to Michael Paulson, a reporter for The New York Times, about what this means for the industry.
 

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May 3, 2016 | FA · The Nightly Show host discusses his controversial performance at Saturday’s event. He tells Fresh Air that his use of the N-word was an artistic decision.
 

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May 3, 2016 | NPR · After nearly 30 years, Moreno’s beloved band just put out its eighth album. “I wanna believe that we haven’t changed,” he says, “but that everybody else has just sort of caught up.”
 

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May 3, 2016 | NPR · Rising country artist Rob Baird weaves together three songs from his new LP into a classic American story of defiance, reflection and redemption.
 

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May 3, 2016 | NPR · The indie-rock band known for its chamber-pop flourishes visits West Virginia with new songs in tow.
 

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