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  • Police searching for domestic violence suspect after gunbattle in northeast Colorado Springs
    The GazetteThe domestic violence incident was reported about 3:40 p.m. in the 5800 block of North Union Boulevard. A domestic violence suspect shot at police officers Friday afternoon, then escaped into a northeast Colorado Springs neighborhood after they returned fire, said Lt. Howard Black, Police Department spokesman. No officers were hit and police don’t... Read more »
  • A California man ate raw fish almost every day — until a 5-foot-long tapeworm slithered out of his body
    He told an emergency room physician he had a liking for raw fish – specifically, salmon sashimi. It’s what the 30-year-old man, from Fresno, California, suspected had landed him in the bathroom with stomach cramps and bloody diarrhea. But what he did not anticipate was the moment he spotted something hanging from... Read more »
  • Winter storm to hit mountains Saturday, spread onto eastern plains overnight into Sunday
    A Pacific storm system will bring wintry weather to Colorado this weekend with the possibility of heavy snow in the mountains with snow and blowing snow on the plains. A winter storm watch has been posted by the National Weather Service from midnight Saturday until 5 p.m. Sunday for northeastern Colorado... Read more »
  • Fifth-ranked DU Pioneers hockey shuts out No. 15 Nebraska-Omaha
    A Denver hockey forward affectionately known as “Luco” suited up in a Pioneer uniform for his 100th career game Friday night. An impressive milestone worthy of an impressive performance. Jarid Lukosevicius didn’t disappoint. Fifth-ranked DU cruised to a 5-0 victory against No. 15-ranked Nebraska-Omaha at the Ritchie Center. A welcomed result... Read more »
  • Colorado Springs pays $2.5M to female officers to settle physical fitness test lawsuit
    Christian Murdock, The GazetteColorado Springs police fitness test discriminated against women, judge rules in lawsuit. The city of Colorado Springs has approved a $2.5 million settlement for 12 female police officers who say their careers were harmed by a physical aptitude test that discriminated against women. The agreement comes six months after... Read more »
  • Adult-film star details alleged Trump affair in transcript
    By Mark Berman, Frances Stead Sellers and Paul Farhi, The Washington Post Donald Trump was attending a celebrity golf tournament at a Lake Tahoe resort in July 2006 when he met the adult-film star Stormy Daniels, she later said. Daniels said she took the future president up on his offer to... Read more »
  • L.A. Times staff votes to unionize in blow to owner Tronc
    By Josh Eidelson, Bloomberg The Los Angeles Times’ editorial staff voted to unionize in a rebuke to owner Tronc Inc. that marks a new era in the newspaper’s 136-year history. The employees’ union, NewsGuild, won the vote by a margin of more than 5-to-1, organizer Nastaran Mohit said Friday. The guild is... Read more »
  • Amazon hikes monthly Prime membership prices by 18 percent to $12.99
    By Jing Cao, The Washington Post Amazon.com is looking to squeeze more money out of monthly subscribers to its free two-day shipping service, which could persuade many of them to sign up for annual subscriptions. Monthly subscribers to Amazon Prime now have to pay $12.99 each month, an 18 percent jump, according... Read more »
  • Denver Nuggets’ comeback falls short against Phoenix Suns as tailspin continues
    Jamal Murray tried to single-handedly will the Nuggets back into the game, slamming home two thunderous dunks before finishing a finger roll layup to start the third quarter. Denver needed the burst after another disastrous second quarter against Phoenix. But unlike these teams’ first meeting three weeks ago — when the... Read more »
  • Facebook will now ask users to rank news organizations they trust
    Facebook unveiled major changes Friday to the News Feed of its 2 billion users, announcing it will rank news organizations by credibility based on user feedback and diminish its role as an arbiter of the news people see. The move comes after the company endured harsh criticism for allowing disinformation to... Read more »

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BREAKING NEWS…Death Toll Rises to 12 in Oaxaca as Govt Represses Teacher Protests

Editors Note: Mexican government officials continue to attack teachers. It has been only 9 months when 43 student teachers, “normalistas” as ...
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