Wednesday Index

November 17, 2010

State Fair funding is set to remain about the same (Chieftain).

In El Paso County, provisional ballots have been counted, and election results stay the same (Gazette, KKTV).

In Colorado Springs, dark street lights will turn back on (KRDO). Neighbors hear about a proposal for the vacant Ivywild school building (Gazette). A public forum will be held Thursday to talk about Rainbow Falls restoration (KOAA). Drivers react to the way in which new red light cameras work (KRDO). City voters are tasked with picking a "strong" mayor now that Issue 300 has passed (KXRM). KXRM takes a look at the "Glee effect" in area schools.

Portions of US-67 will close near Woodland Park so road crews can replace a bridge (Gazette).

Saguache County officials complete election recount (KRDO).

In Pueblo, a grand jury has launched an investigation into deaths at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo (Chieftain). The last of the county's furlough days is set for Friday (Chieftain). Judicial officials stand behind a recommendation of non-rentention for a Pueblo judge (Chieftain).

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