Business leaders in the state are less optimistic about the economy (Denver Business Journal).

In Colorado Springs, more smoke is expected today due to a Bear Creek fire (KRDO). The fire is about 50% contained (KKTV). Penrose-St. Francis sees progress, while Memorial Health System still faces questionable future (Gazette). The Gazette examines the west end of Colorado Avenue. City Hall sees the return of a Statue of Liberty replica (KRDO, KKTV).

A small plane crash causes a fire near Wetmore (Chieftain). In Trinidad, a reports says crime was down in 2010 (Trinidad Times-Independent). In Raton, the court is scheduled to hear an injunction case regarding the once-planned La Mesa Racino (Raton Range).

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