In Colorado Springs, the Gazette and Business Journal report on a proposed ban on medical marijuana shops within a certain proximity of religious institutions. KKTV has this look at flu shots. KRDO profiles a graffiti unit in the city. Colorado Springs ups the current fire ban (Gazette), while El Paso County initiates its own fire ban (KXRM). The Colorado Springs Independent takes a look at a support group for veterans with PTSD.

The Gazette profiles a couple and their recent purchase of an historic hotel in Cripple Creek. KRDO is tracking a landlord in Cripple Creek who may own several homes in poor condition.

Freemont County adopts a fire ban (KXRM).

The Pueblo City-County Health Department plans to study the rising rate of teen pregnancy (Chieftain). Ceasar Chavez Academy officials have reached an agreement with a bond holder (Chieftain).

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