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  • Cyclist killed in Arvada hit-and-run, CSP searching for SUV
    The Colorado State Patrol is asking for the public’s help to find an SUV that was involved in a fatal hit-and-run with a cyclist on Sunday. CSP said the incident occurred around 8:30 p.m. The SUV is a 2014 to 2016 Toyota Highlander that should have damage to its grill and... Read more »
  • 1 person stabbed, hospitalized in Denver, police say
    One person was stabbed and transported to the hospital Sunday night, according to a tweet from Denver police. The incident occurred at 12th and Dexter streets. Denver police said the investigation is ongoing. #ALERT DPD is working a stabbing at 12th and Dexter St. 1 party transported to the hospital. Investigation is active... Read more »
  • “It’s absolutely brutal”: Denver students face sweltering classrooms as they return to school
    This week, thousands of students will be heading back to school within Denver Public Schools. Entering her sixth year teaching at Slavens School, Lisa Yema said she’s excited to welcome back the students. Related Articles As 95,000 students get ready to start school in Denver, police remind drivers, students to follow safety tips Health... Read more »
  • Denver police seek help finding silver truck and driver who fled fatal crash
    Denver police were searching for a silver Dodge Ram truck Sunday night after a multi-vehicle crash around 7:11 p.m. that left one person dead. Police issued a bulletin for the truck (Colorado license plates QID538), which may have heavy front damage and dents to the back right bumper. It left the scene... Read more »
  • False alarm bomb alert shuts part of Evergreen shopping center
    A 61-year-old Evergreen man was arrested and faces felony charges for false reporting of a bomb after Jefferson County sheriff deputies evacuated part of a shopping center Sunday afternoon in Evergreen. Jeffco’s bomb squad sped to the shopping center near the intersection of Interstate 70, El Rancho Road and Colorado 74... Read more »
  • With Scott Oberg out and Wade Davis stuggling, Rockies face tough decision at closer
    The ninth inning is once again a troubling black hole for the Rockies. Right-hander Scott Oberg, their best and most consistent pitcher this season, had emerged as a shining light, especially at Coors Field, where he posted a 1.71 ERA in 28 appearances without allowing a single home run. That’s no... Read more »
  • Three-star RB Stacy Sneed commits to CU Buffs
    Stacy Sneed didn’t need to see the University of Colorado before deciding that’s where he wants to play football and go to school. On Friday, the three-star running back from Mansfield Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas, gave his verbal commitment to the Buffaloes for the 2020 class. The 5-foot-11, 175-pound Sneed... Read more »
  • Stronger Aaron Maddox eager to contribute to CU Buffs defense
    Considering he’s a part of the group competing for starting roles and playing time at safety, Colorado junior Aaron Maddox might be a bit biased when it comes to judging that position. After going through two weeks of preseason camp, however, Maddox is convinced the safeties will exceed outside expectations. “No doubt... Read more »
  • Longmont police arrest man accused of starting fire at hardware store
    Longmont police have arrested a 54-year-old man they say Longmont firefighters tackled at the scene of a fire late Saturday night. Michael Schrodt At 11:30 p.m. Saturday, firefighters responded to a fire alarm at Budget Home Supply, 780 Boston Ave., where they found heavy smoke and requested more firefighters and equipment come... Read more »
  • Evacuation ordered in Evergreen over “public safety threat”
    An evacuation has been ordered for parts of Evergreen on Sunday as authorities investigate what they call a “public safety threat.” The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office tweeted that deputies are evacuating a 300-foot area in the 1000 block of El Rancho Road, just south of Interstate 70 in Evergreen. Dionne Waugh, a... 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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