Jets union rep Solomon Thomas: ‘No reason’ for Tua Tagovailoa playing

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American sideshow

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Boulder County sends $238,000 check to fraudulent account 

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Aurora man arrested after year-long investigation into pattern of assaults on children

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Evidence of social relationships between chimpanzees, gorillas

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Boulder-based Scout Clean Energy acquired for $1B

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‘No natural checks and balances’

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Personal income and spending, consumer sentiment

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3 Pittsburgh police cars destroyed by fire outside North Side training academy

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Inside Anti-Abortion Groups’ Campaign to Sell Women on Unreliable Birth Control “Alternatives”

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Cyberattack reveals Mexico president`s health scare

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This competition hides the performer’s identities

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Los Angeles Testing Wi-Fi Enabled At-Home Water Trackers

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Parker youth athletic trainer suspected of child sex assault

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Daze of our lives — Congressional Hits and Misses

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Here`s What Louis Tomlinson Has to Say About His Relationship With Zayn Malik

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Doctor performed unneeded surgeries on nearly 200 ‘extremely poor’ patients, feds say

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AMC Theatres’ Investor Suit Settles In $17.4M Deal

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Windsor officials ask residents to dispose of yard waste properly, keep roads clear

Greeley Tribune

Deep state used "weather manipulation technology" on Ian to hurt DeSantis, says ex-InfoWars host (video)

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School district disputes Ganahl’s claim about students identifying as furries

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Tesla Production Plans for Q4 2022 and 2023

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NFL Journal: Raiders, red zones, losing streaks and the Big Ten West

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Spirit Of The Week–Russell’s Reserve Bourbon ‘Single Rickhouse Series: Camp Nelson C’

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Dubes Piket Bicara Bagaimana Uni Eropa Mengatasi Tantangan Iklim di Tengah Perang Rusia-Ukraina

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4 things holding back restoration of Florida’s electric grid

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Fort Collins detective ‘struck’ Thursday in Loveland, taken to hospital

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Two Brutal Metro Denver Hit-and-Runs in Two Hours Update

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‘A Pathway to the Future:’ City of Cañon City’s Comprehensive Plan takes home merit award

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Pro 15 seeks questions for 2022 state and federal candidates

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History comes alive for Boggsville Days

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Biden signs funding bill after Congress averts government shutdown

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‘People thought I was insane.’ Beau Allen explains leaving UK for Tarleton State.

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CA Gov. Newsom Signs Rap Lyrics Bill, Meek, YG, Too Short and More Support

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Madison Cunningham Recalls Kendrick

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Roku Will Now Work With Nielsen To Track Cross-Media Viewership

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91-year-old superfan hasn`t missed a high school game in decades

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Ian lashes South Carolina as Florida’s death toll climbs

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Jared Kushner Allegedly Tried to ‘Inflate’ 2020 Poll Numbers to Avoid Trump’s Tantrums, Book Says

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Boulder tailor accused of unlawful sexual contact set for trial

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Are you still without power after Ian? Here’s when FPL predicts you’ll get it back

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Best Self-Tanners and Bronzers for 2022 - CNET

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A mother and her two kids struck by SUV in Peabody intersection

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Jets union rep Solomon Thomas: ‘No reason’ for Tua Tagovailoa playing

Thomas, one of the Jets’ alternate NFLPA representatives, stood behind the NFLPA`s statement.

This competition hides the performer’s identities

Audiences have become fascinated with the “Masked Singer,” an American reality television show that pits celebrities against each other in a sing-off. How is this performance different from the other network specials? This competition hides the performer’s identities until the end, leaving audience members and judges to wonder who is up on the stage. The […] The post This competition hides the performer’s identities appeared first on NFLSportslive - Top Stories of the Football .

Federal Court Rules for Catholic School That Fired Teacher in Same-Sex Union

The judge agreed with the Catholic school that the teacher violated her employment contract.

web series & episodes released by Uwatchfree

Movie watching turns out to be a great experience for people today as everyone wishes to spend their pastime. Presently not many platforms are there for online film streaming. Not everyone likes the idea of paying subscriptions for Netflix and Amazon prime. Use the site that will bring you easy access to free movies, series, […] The post web series & episodes released by Uwatchfree appeared first on bigfilmynews .

91-year-old superfan hasn`t missed a high school game in decades

Steve Young, a 91-year-old superfan of Antioch Community High School`s sports teams, hasn`t missed a game in decades -- not even after he was struck by lightning. His consistent attendance has meant a lot to students. Steve Hartman shares more in "On the Road."

Are you still without power after Ian? Here’s when FPL predicts you’ll get it back

Hurricane Ian left cities across Florida underwater, remnants of buildings scattered and millions without power.

Ian lashes South Carolina as Florida’s death toll climbs

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A revived Hurricane Ian pounded coastal South Carolina on Friday, ripping apart piers and flooding streets after the ferocious storm caused catastrophic damage in Florida, trapping thousands in their homes and leaving at least 17 people dead.

Los Angeles Testing Wi-Fi Enabled At-Home Water Trackers

At-home water trackers will soon be tested in the City of Los Angeles as a means of conservation in the midst of a drought. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) pilot program Thursday, saying the trackers, which go by the name “Flume,” will be a tool […] The post Los Angeles Testing Wi-Fi Enabled At-Home Water Trackers appeared first on LA Weekly .

Biden’s Plan for Student Loans Attracts Lawsuits, Scams and Confusion

As borrowers wait for the administration to unveil an application for loan forgiveness, they are wary of legal challenges and a proliferation of misinformation.

Doctor performed unneeded surgeries on nearly 200 ‘extremely poor’ patients, feds say

Many were enlisted from homeless shelters and lacked basic necessities like warm clothing for the winter, the U.S. attorney said.

Oktoberfest raises $45,000 for Vail Valley Mountain Trails Alliance

Vail’s Oktoberfest celebrations this fall were a standout success, drawing twice as many visitors as the 2021 events. Thanks to a partnership with event company Team Player Productions Inc., which took over the event for...

Fort Collins detective ‘struck’ Thursday in Loveland, taken to hospital

Around 8 p.m. Thursday night, undercover Fort Collins Police Services detective sin plainclothes were conducting follow up work related to a previous case, according to an FCPS release. The detectives were near North Boise Avenue and East Eighth Street when they were approached by an acquaintance of the suspect in the case who ultimately "struck" one of the detectives.

Best Self-Tanners and Bronzers for 2022 - CNET

Winter is coming, but that doesn`t mean you need to give up your summer tan. These products can help give you a healthy glow -- no matter what time of the year.

Roku Will Now Work With Nielsen To Track Cross-Media Viewership

Today, Nielsen announced that Roku plans to enable four-screen measurement across desktop, mobile, connected TV and traditional TV. This is the first time Roku will use the digital methodology, Nielsen One, the data measurement firm`s cross-media measurement tool, which launches in December. TechCrunch reports: With Nielsen`s forthcoming tool, the firm claims that the company is on track to provide a consistent and comparable cross-media solution. Nielsen also claims that, with Nielsen One, marketers running ads with Roku are guaranteed duplicate copies of repeating data are eliminated. "Marketers can now better evaluate CTV inventory`s unique reach and frequency in conjunction with their entire Roku buy in a comparable and comprehensive manner, and advertisers can reduce waste and help ensure that relevant ads are delivered to the right audiences across devices. This release brings us one step closer to providing comparable and deduplicated metrics across screens with Nielsen One," said Kim Gilberti, SVP, Product Management, Nielsen, in a statement. The data measurement firm wrote in today`s announcement that its relationship with Roku dates back to 2016 when Roku allowed its marketers to measure campaigns with Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings measurement. Nielsen announced Nielsen One in 2020. Earlier this year, it was revealed that YouTube would be the first media company to try the new tool. Roku is the second company to enable cross-media measurement. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

Boulder County sends $238,000 check to fraudulent account 

Thinking it was going to one of its vendors, Boulder County mistakenly sent a $238,000 check to a fraudulent account, according to a news release issued Friday.

Jared Kushner Allegedly Tried to ‘Inflate’ 2020 Poll Numbers to Avoid Trump’s Tantrums, Book Says

The president would go "off the rails" at any suggestion that he was losing to Joe Biden, so Kushner advised pollsters to beef up Trump`s standing in surveys

A mother and her two kids struck by SUV in Peabody intersection

The children were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. The SUV driver will face charges. The post A mother and her two kids struck by SUV in Peabody intersection appeared first on Boston.com .

Madison Cunningham Recalls Kendrick

Madison Cunningham: This question came at the perfect time. Three nights ago I landed in L.A. fresh off of a tour, and immediately drove to Ontario to see Kendrick Lamar.... The post Madison Cunningham Recalls Kendrick appeared first on The Village Voice .

Deep state used "weather manipulation technology" on Ian to hurt DeSantis, says ex-InfoWars host (video)

QAnon is still alive and kicking, and this week`s mad revelation — brought to us by two GQP candidates who lost in 2020 — is that the magical deep state used "weather manipulation technology" to power up Hurricane Ian. The reason? — Read the rest

Dubes Piket Bicara Bagaimana Uni Eropa Mengatasi Tantangan Iklim di Tengah Perang Rusia-Ukraina

Uni Eropa harus mengambil keputusan yang cepat untuk mengatasai tantangan iklim, di antaranya untuk mencari supplier energi baru.

Biden signs funding bill after Congress averts government shutdown

President Joe Biden on Friday signed into law a funding bill to keep the government running through Dec. 16, averting a shutdown ahead of a midnight deadline.

AMC Theatres’ Investor Suit Settles In $17.4M Deal

A $17.4 million deal has been reached to end a lawsuit from AMC investors accusing the company’s board of directors of illegally allowing its ex-majority shareholder Dalian Wanda Group to squeeze hundreds of millions of dollars out of AMC, according to a securities notice filed on Friday. Funds from the settlement, the majority of which […]

Here`s What Louis Tomlinson Has to Say About His Relationship With Zayn Malik

hope is that at some point in their life, the person at the other end of the phone wants to receive the help that you`re willing to give them." ..

Florida’s Space Coast on track after Ian, set for 3 launches in 3 days

Managers will assess the scope of work to perform while in the VAB.

4 things holding back restoration of Florida’s electric grid

More than 1.6 million customers in the state remained without power Friday, with no estimate of how many weeks it will take to restore them all.

September was the worst month for stocks since the pandemic hit the U.S.

Wall Street closed out the month with a loss of 9.3%, the worst monthly decline since March 2020.

The Flemmish Proposal Is Not ‘In Line With Pope Francis’

In Amoris laetitia, Francis said “there are absolutely no grounds for considering homosexual unions to be in any way similar or even remotely analogous to God’s plan for marriage and family." The post The Flemmish Proposal Is Not ‘In Line With Pope Francis’ appeared first on The American Conservative .

Boulder-based Scout Clean Energy acquired for $1B

BOULDER — Scout Clean Energy, a developer and asset manager of renewable energy, was acquired for $1 billion Thursday by New-York-based renewable investment firm Brookfield Renewables.  Brookfield acquired Scout from Houston-based Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners, which had purchased Scout for a $6 million initial investment as a startup in 2017. Quinbrook invested an additional $470 million … Continued

Pro 15 seeks questions for 2022 state and federal candidates

The Pro 15 Fall Conference on Oct. 14 will feature an opportunity for members to have a conversation with candidates appearing on the November ballot. Leading up to the conference, Pro 15 — a lobbying organization representing Adams, Arapahoe, Cheyenne, Douglas, Elbert, Kit Carson, Larimer, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld and Yuma counties […]

CA Gov. Newsom Signs Rap Lyrics Bill, Meek, YG, Too Short and More Support

Gov. Gavin Newsom is making Cali the first state to block prosecutors from freely using rap lyrics as evidence in criminal cases -- and the move has some high-profile supporters. Newsom looked like he was hosting a hip hop award show Friday as he…

‘A Pathway to the Future:’ City of Cañon City’s Comprehensive Plan takes home merit award

The City of Cañon City recently was awarded a 2022 American Planning Association Colorado Merit Award in the category of General Planning Project from the APA Colorado Awards Committee and APA Colorado Board for the “Picture Cañon City 2040 – A Pathway To The Future” Comprehensive Plan and Unified Development Code Update Project. This award […]

Aurora man arrested after year-long investigation into pattern of assaults on children

The police announcement said detectives believe more children may have been victimized by Zapata-Valdenegro and encouraged anyone with information about incidents involving the man to call the police agency where the incident would have occurred

‘People thought I was insane.’ Beau Allen explains leaving UK for Tarleton State.

The former Lexington Catholic star had his reasons for transferring from Kentucky to the FCS program in Stephenville, Texas.

Parker youth athletic trainer suspected of child sex assault

Parker police arrested a man who trains young athletes in the south metro area on suspicion of child sex assault.

Tesla Production Plans for Q4 2022 and 2023

There are some documents that report internal production plans for Tesla for Q4 2022 at about 495K. The plans also indicate 100,000 cars in the Q3 2023 for Austin and 90,000 cars for Q3 2023 for Berlin. Those seem like relatively conservative numbers. Tesla should be able to reach 5000 per week in Berlin and ... Read more

The Front Lines (24 Photos)

In wartime and peace the United States military is a constantly evolving organism, always on alert and training for the worst. Thanks to our working military photojournalists we have the privilege of viewing these unwavering sentinels in the performance of their duties. The Front Lines brings you the most amazing photos of military personnel, history, … The post The Front Lines (24 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .

School district disputes Ganahl’s claim about students identifying as furries

Republican candidate for governor Heidi Ganahl is reiterating a claim that students in Colorado schools are self-identifying as animals. It`s an assertion that has been disputed by a local district, and in fact-checks from across the country.

Most registered voters say Trump shouldn`t be allowed to serve a second term, says new poll

Most Americans say that former President Trump should not be allowed to serve another term in the White House in the near future, according to a new Yahoo News-YouGov poll. With several investigations into Trump`s conduct ramping up, 51 percent of registered voters say that the allegations of wrongdoing are enough to preclude the former president...

Platte River Headquarters Wins Award

Fort Collins bestows Urban Design Award on new building Platte River Power Authority’s (Platte River) new headquarters building received an Urban Design Award for Architecture from the City of Fort Collins during their 2022 awards ceremony, [...] This post Platte River Headquarters Wins Award previously appeared on North Forty News .

Cyberattack reveals Mexico president`s health scare

Hackers have stolen sensitive Mexican files including previously undisclosed information that President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was taken to hospital by air ambulance in January with a heart problem, the government said Friday.

Evidence of social relationships between chimpanzees, gorillas

Drawn from more than 20 years of observations at Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park in the Republic of Congo, researchers documented lasting social ties between individual chimpanzees and gorillas that persisted over years and across different contexts.

Windsor officials ask residents to dispose of yard waste properly, keep roads clear

Windsor officials are encouraging residents to be mindful of how they dispose of yard waste to protect waterways and keep roads safe.

Personal income and spending, consumer sentiment

Modest growth continues. The data keeps telling me the rate hikes are helping the economy rather than hurting it: This is nominal, not adjusted for inflation, and there is no evidence of rate hikes slowing anything down: Same here for inflation-adjusted consumption: Too soon to say it is turned up, but better than expected and […] The post Personal income and spending, consumer sentiment appeared first on Mosler Economics / Modern Monetary Theory .

Two Brutal Metro Denver Hit-and-Runs in Two Hours Update

Update: Shortly before 11 a.m. on September 30, the Lakewood Police Department announced that Aurora resident Irene Martinez, 55, had been arrested on suspicion of leaving the scene of an accident involving death related to a fatal hit-and-run near the intersection of West Colfax Avenue and Kendall Street last night. Continue for our previous coverage…

Letters to the Editor for Friday, Sept. 30

The Estes Park Trail-Gazette encourages the public to write letters to the editor to provide a public forum for residents of our community to express opinions and thoughts regarding matters of the community. Letters will be published in a timely manner, and in the order, they are received. Letters must include the author’s name, address, […]

Daze of our lives — Congressional Hits and Misses

From President Joe Biden looking for the late Rep. Jackie Walorski at the White House Hunger Conference to Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer mixing up a judicial confirmation with the passage of the CR, confusion abounds in this week’s Hits and Misses. Other highlights include Sen. Kyrsten Sinema joking about Senate mobility, Rep. Alexandria […] The post Daze of our lives — Congressional Hits and Misses appeared first on Roll Call .

Inside Anti-Abortion Groups’ Campaign to Sell Women on Unreliable Birth Control “Alternatives”

About five years ago, Kat decided to stop taking her birth control pills. She wanted to give her menstrual cycle a chance to return to normal before trying to get pregnant in the future—and anyway, she was beginning to have some doubts about the Pill. Her friends had been talking about what they saw as […]

American sideshow

You probably didn’t learn about Afong Moy in high school; playwright Lloyd Suh wants to change that. Inspired by the true story of Moy’s life, Suh’s The Chinese Lady — currently running at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts — is a dark, poetic portrait of America told from the perspective of the country’s […] The post American sideshow appeared first on Boulder Weekly .

‘No natural checks and balances’

A 1,500-foot hose funneled the electric blue liquid, a herbicide designed to fight the enemy, from a tanker and up the steep hillside at Red Creek. A large crew, 27 in total, filled their backpack sprayers with the chemical, drips staining their overalls blue.  With eyes highly trained to spot the chemical dye, the crew moved quickly across the landscape. They sprayed with a singular goal — to protect the Gunnison Country from the spread of cheatgrass as it sweeps across the West, transforming entire landscapes into seas of brown. The invasive weed derives its name from its ability to sprout earlier than other plants, stealing water and valuable nutrients from native species.  The post ‘No natural checks and balances’ first appeared on Gunnison Country Times .