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  • After first start, Saints quarterback Taysom Hill has attention of Broncos’ defense
    Standing in the Broncos’ way of taking another step toward .500 sustained four season-ending injuries at BYU, wasn’t drafted three years ago, was cut after his first training camp and made his initial NFL impact in a Swiss Army Knife role for the New Orleans Saints. What Taysom Hill lacks in... Read more »
  • Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations increase ahead of Thanksgiving holiday
    The number of people hospitalized with the novel coronavirus Wednesday in Colorado increased by 39 patients from the day before, with 1,652 people now being treated for the disease, according to the state health department. The Department of Public Health and Environment reported 3,503 new cases of COVID-19, the disease caused... Read more »
  • Recount ordered in 18th Judicial District Attorney race after threshold missed by 5 votes
    Because of five votes, the race to become the next district attorney in the state’s largest judicial district will go to a mandatory recount. John Kellner, a Republican, leads Democrat Amy Padden by a margin of 1,433 votes in a race that 573,359 people voted in. But that’s not a big... Read more »
  • Broncos Briefs: Rejuvenated running game will face test against on-a-roll New Orleans defense
    The rejuvenated Broncos running game, which produced a season-high 189 yards in last week’s win over Miami, will face arguably their most difficult test Sunday against New Orleans. The Saints, who have won seven consecutive games and are an NFC-best 8-2, are allowing only 74.3 yards rushing per game and 3.4... Read more »
  • President Trump pardons Michael Flynn, taking direct aim at Russia probe
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Wednesday, taking direct aim in the final days of his administration at a Russia investigation that he has long insisted was motivated by political bias. “It is my Great Honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has... Read more »
  • CSU-Air Force football game canceled; Rams football activities paused due to COVID-19
    COVID-19 just sacked CSU Rams football again. CSU’s program is going on a coronavirus-related pause and its rivalry game at Air Force has been canceled, university president Joyce McConnell announced early Wednesday afternoon. The Rams (1-2) were scheduled to play on Thanksgiving day at the Academy against the Falcons (2-2). CSU football... Read more »
  • Rockies deal Jeff Hoffman, Douglas County prospect Case Williams to Reds
    Jeff Hoffman’s time with the Colorado Rockies is over. So is recent draft pick Case Williams’ — although the 18-year-old Douglas County flame-thrower never really got a chance to get started. Both pitchers were sent to the Cincinnati Reds in a two-for-two trade announced Wednesday that brought back right-handed reliever Robert Stephenson... Read more »
  • Denver officers, Adams County sheriff deputies justified in shooting and killing man who held woman hostage in backyard, DA says
    Two Denver police officers and three Adams County deputies were justified in shooting and killing a 33-year-old man in September who allegedly fired at officers during a high-speed car chase before holding a woman hostage at gunpoint, Denver District Attorney Beth McCann said in a news release. “The officers in this... Read more »
  • Summit County reduces ski area capacity to prevent spread of COVID-19
    With Thanksgiving week marking the unofficial beginning of the Colorado ski season and fresh snow blanketing the high country, resorts in Summit County are being hit with reductions governing on-mountain capacity because of new COVID-19 restrictions. A new public health order issued last week by the Summit County Health Department stipulated... Read more »
  • WATCH: Colorado’s third wave of COVID-19 explained through 7 charts
    Colorado is in the midst of its third wave of COVID-19 cases. As health experts predicted, the number of cases rose rapidly as the weather turned cooler. These charts explain the data. Join our Facebook group for the latest updates on coronavirus in Colorado. ... 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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