Governor Hickenlooper toured the state for public economic forums, including stops in Pueblo and Colorado Springs (Gazette, Chieftain).

In Colorado Springs, the police department is set to stop publishing the annual list of the city’s most dangerous intersections (Gazette). Two neighborhoods see multiple tire slashings (Gazette, KKTV).

El Paso County officials are still looking for a stolen urn (Gazette). Newly sworn-in commissioner Darryl Glenn addresses issues at town hall style meetings (Gazette).

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