In Colorado Springs, city employees receive a warning to stay out of politics while on the clock (Gazette). Analysis shows an unlatched door allowed an unarmed burglary suspect to run through a D-11 school (Gazette). KRDO takes a look at prostitution in the Pikes Peak region. The Air Force Academy dedicates a chapel that’s geared toward earth-based prayer (Gazette, KRDO).

In Pueblo, the Chieftain takes a look at the course of a proposal for a nuclear power plant. CSU-Pueblo’s interim president says he’ll stay until officials can find a permanent president (Chieftain). D-70 looks at the possibility of issuing bonds (Chieftain).

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