The Denver Post reports on a federal grant aimed at helping to build high-speed internet across the state.

In Colorado Springs, City Council is set to consider a proposal to add land to the Corral Bluffs Open Space (Gazette). Utilities plans a burn on Pikes Peak (Gazette). The police department says there’s no relationship between medical marijuana businesses and an increase in crime (Gazette). Homeless advocates focus on families (KKTV). El Paso County sees a rise in residents (KOAA).

KRDO takes a look at wildfire risk and mitigation in Teller County.

EPA regulations have halted a plan to destroy chemical agents at the Pueblo Chemical Depot (Chieftain). City Council has scheduled a town hall meeting (Chieftain). Organizers launched a new program aimed at restoring Fountain Creek (Chieftain). CSU-Pueblo sees a rise in the enrollment of international students (Chieftain).

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