The Colorado Secretary of State’s office says nearly 12,000 registered voters are listed as non-US citizens, because the voters failed to check a box affirming they’re citizens when they registered to vote…Colorado’s top three gubernatorial candidates tell business leaders they’ll look to restore tax exemptions eliminated earlier this year…and, Residents of Colorado Springs, and in […]

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The Colorado Springs 2011 general fund budget proposal is up for review…Vestas Wind Systems celebrated the official opening of a new wind tower factory in Pueblo today….and, An instrument designed by University of Colorado-Boulder students has traveled 1.67 billion miles from Earth.

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An economic forecast released yesterday shows that higher than expected unemployment has pushed the state’s budget further into the red….Insurance companies estimate the so-called Fourmile Canyon Fire west of Boulder caused an estimated $217 million in damage…and, the US Olympic Committee has announced that the Warrior Games are scheduled to return to Colorado Springs next […]

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New Census Bureau figures show Colorado’s poverty rate is about two percentage points lower than the national rate in one of the worst economic years in recent history…The Colorado Community College System has announced the resignation of Dr. Tony Kinkel, president of Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs…and, The Bureau of Land Managemet plans […]

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Warm, dry weather is fueling the nearly 1,000 acre Resevior Fire burning west of Loveland…and, the last day for public comment on the draft environmental impact statement regarding the proposed “Over the River” art project is today, ending a 15-day extension issued by the Bureau of Land Management.

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News

Blair Dorosh-Walther
June 30, 2015 | NPR · They’re called the New Jersey 4, a group of young women who were catcalled and allegedly attacked in New York. Why did they — and not their harasser — end up in jail? A new documentary digs in.
 

AP
June 30, 2015 | NPR · Former Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Fla., will release decades of tax returns Tuesday on the same day Hillary Clinton emails are set to be released and when Chris Christie announces his bid for president.
 

AP
June 30, 2015 | NPR · A crowd-funding effort to get the $1.8 billion Greece needs to make a loan payment to the International Monetary Fund has so far raised $124,569. Donors get gifts ranging from salads to gift baskets.
 

Arts & Life

June 30, 2015 | NPR · Naomi Jackson’s first novel follows a pair of Brooklyn sisters sent to live in their mother’s small Barbados hometown. Critic Michael Schaub says “it’s not a perfect book, but it’s a lovely one.”
 

June 30, 2015 | NPR · The second volume of Jo Walton’s trilogy about the creation of a real-world Republic picks up 30 years after events of the first book. Reviewer Amal El-Mohtar says it’s an expectation-shattering read.
 

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June 29, 2015 | NPR · A hot bread basket is a tasty way to start off dinner. But all those carbs before the main fare can amp up appetite and spike blood sugar. Saving the carbs for the end of the meal can help avert that.
 

Music

Courtesy of the artist
June 30, 2015 | NPR · Hear the first song (and watch a video) from the Frames and Swell Season veteran’s new album, Didn’t He Ramble, out Sept. 18.
 

WAMU
June 30, 2015 | bandwidth · Grass Widow’s bassist has a new indie-pop band, which mixes rich harmonies with dark subject matter.
 

Courtesy of the artist
June 30, 2015 | NPR · Hear a summery selection of tracks that some of our favorite public-radio hosts loved this month, including music from BØRNS, Django Django and Somi.
 

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