StateRegionalColorado Springs/El Paso CountyPueblo/Pueblo CountyTrinidad/Las Animas CountyOther Areas in the KRCC Listening Region





State

    • Analyst says applicants overestimated visitorship when applying for tax incentives (Denver Post).
    • Avalanche deaths reach four in Colorado (Denver Post).
    • Colorado’s unemployment rate falls (Denver Business Journal).
    • Attorney General John Suthers officially files notice of appeal in school funding case (Denver Business Journal).
    • Colorado’s Department of Public Health and Environment identifies “winnable battles,” including injury prevention, mental health, and clean air (Colorado Springs Business Journal).


Regional

    • Pikes Peak Community College and Pueblo Community College announce a partnership aimed at training for manufacturing jobs (CSBJ*).
    • Rep. Lamborn (R, CO-5) plans to skip State of the Union (Denver Post, Gazette).


Colorado Springs/El Paso County

    • Colorado Springs fights Calhan’s interest in joining a transportation authority as a voting member (Gazette).
    • D11 seeks public input to cut $10 million from its budget (KRDO).
    • Some D11 schools placed on lockdown during investigation (Gazette, KOAA, KRDO).
    • Downtown’s Bijou block sees higher rate of closing businesses (CSBJ*).
    • Chamber supports Gov. Hickenlooper’s plan for regulatory reform (CSBJ*)


Pueblo/Pueblo County

    • An arrest is made in book thefts at CSU-Pueblo (KXRM).


Trinidad/Las Animas County


Other Areas in the KRCC Listening Region



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News

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March 4, 2015 | NPR · The IRS and the Education Department already have the power to make the FAFSA easier without cutting questions. So why haven’t they?
 

AP
March 4, 2015 | NPR · Racists emails and shocking statistics will be on display when the Justice Department (officially) releases a report about the Ferguson Police Department.
 

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March 4, 2015 | NPR · Misao Okawa of Japan is now 117. She has reigned as the world’s oldest living person since 2013, when Guinness World Records certified that she was 115.
 

Arts & Life

NPR
March 4, 2015 | NPR · The sixth volume of C.J. Sansom’s Shardlake mysteries is set during the last days of England’s King Henry VIII, as a potentially explosive religious manuscript written by his queen has gone missing.
 

AP
March 4, 2015 | NPR · In 2004, Jin was one of the first Asian-Americans to drop a major label rap album. One controversial song, “Learn Chinese,” raised eyebrows. A decade later, he’s trying to rephrase the message.
 

Courtesy of Knopf
March 4, 2015 | NPR · Kazuo Ishiguro’s latest novel is set in a mythical Arthurian England. But though the premise was promising, the book is too vague to make much of an impact.
 

Music

Courtesy of the Artist
March 4, 2015 | NPR · This riveting stop-motion animation, reminiscent of the video for Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer,” may be your gateway to the fascinating work of the composer and producer Eskmo.
 

AP
March 4, 2015 | NPR · In 2004, Jin was one of the first Asian-Americans to drop a major label rap album. One controversial song, “Learn Chinese,” raised eyebrows. A decade later, he’s trying to rephrase the message.
 

Courtesy of Kiley Kraskouskas
March 4, 2015 | NPR · The Last Song Before the War presents the glorious sounds of the 2011 Festival in the Desert, held shortly before Islamic extremists took over the region and banned music.
 

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