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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September 20, 2014 | NPR · Under the country’s three-day experiment to control the deadly Ebola virus, people must stay home while health care teams go door-to-door to spread the word on prevention.
 

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September 20, 2014 | NPR · The Secret Service is looking into how a Texas man was able to breach the White House’s security Friday. The man scaled a fence and opened a door to the residence before being arrested.
 

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September 20, 2014 | NPR · The hostages included diplomats, children and others seized along with Turkey’s consulate in Mosul in June. As it celebrates their return, Turkey also receives thousands of Kurds fleeing ISIS.
 

Arts & Life

September 20, 2014 | NPR · As a little girl, Anne Sinclair knew Pablo Picasso. She talks with NPR’s Scott Simon about why she didn’t want the master to paint her picture, and her new memoir, My Grandfather’s Gallery.
 

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September 20, 2014 | NPR · For 25 years, DC Central Kitchen has been a place for the hungry to feed themselves and learn new skills. Now a bustling social enterprise, it’s inspired similar programs across the nation.
 

September 20, 2014 | NPR · A Little Lumpen Novelita is an intoxicating tale of a teenage girl who struggles to stay afloat. It cements Roberto Bolano’s place as the most commanding Latin American writer of the last few decades.
 

Music

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September 20, 2014 | NPR · As a kid, Scottish soul singer Paolo Nutini fell in love with male harmony groups like The Drifters. He says the fragility on those old recordings inspired the sound of his new album, Caustic Love.
 

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September 20, 2014 | NPR · The legendary crooner and pop superstar have a natural chemistry on their new collaborative album, which might introduce a new generation of pop fans to the world of jazz.
 

September 19, 2014 | NPR · Fifteen years ago, two men from Tijuana came up with a new style of music called Nortec — a mix of norteno and techno. Now they are out with their latest and last album, Motel Baja.
 

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