Friday Index

A helicopter has crashed near the top of Pikes Peak (Gazette, KOAA, KKTV, KRDO, KXRM).

KRDO takes a look at the state of Colorado highways. The Air Force considers low-flying military training missions in the region (Trinidad-Times).

In Colorado Springs, zoning issues regarding medical marijuana reach an impasse (Gazette, KKTV). The Gazette also has reaction over the resignation of Pikes Peak Community College President Tony Kinkel.

Congressman John Salazar (D-3) agrees with extending tax cuts for a year (Chieftain). Plans for Fountain Creek could lead to Water Court (Chieftain).

In Trinidad, city officials are considering a ban on medical marijuana businesses (Trinidad Times-Independent). The superintendent of the Trinidad school district does not plan to seek a contract renewal (Times-Independent).

Raton voters oust three city commissioners (Raton Range).

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