Listeria cases linked to melons has hit 55 in 14 states (KKTV). The youth vote is sized up as the 2012 Presidential election cycle gets started (Denver Post).

In El Paso County, Ellicot school officials are concerned over how a recent scandal may affect a bond issue on the ballot (Colorado Springs Gazette). The Gazette looks at the black market for guns. Postal workers are set to rally tomorrow at City Hall (Gazette).

In Pueblo, plans to destroy chemical weapons edge closer (Chieftain). The Chieftain gets a glimpse inside one of the storage igloos at the facility, and profiles a historical society magazine.

New signs in Fountain target council members (KRDO).

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