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  • Expectations low for Fred Hoiberg’s new-look Nebraska Cornhuskers
    LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska fans will need to keep a roster handy when they watch Fred Hoiberg’s first Cornhuskers team. Of the 16 players, 14 weren’t on the team in 2018-19. Only one of the two returning players has suited up for a game with the Cornhuskers. That’s junior guard Thorir Thorbjarnarson,... Read more »
  • Rockies Mailbag: General manager Jeff Bridich might have to become a “wheeler dealer” this offseason
    Denver Post sports writer Patrick Saunders with the latest installment of his Rockies Mailbag. Pose a Rockies — or MLB — related question for the Rockies Mailbag. The front office mentioned financial restrictions for 2020 but why not make a splash making a few trades (German Marquez and DJ LeMahieu came that... Read more »
  • Denver weather: Snowfall expected to make rush hour commutes difficult Wednesday and Thursday
    Get ready, Denver — the snow is coming back. The 56-degree day Wednesday will likely make way for rain and snow showers in the evening in Denver, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. Forecasters predict snow showers to take hold after 8 p.m., bringing a low of... Read more »
  • Broncos Insider: Looking back at Emmanuel Sanders’ best performances in a Denver uniform
    From 2014-19, Emmanuel Sanders was a staple of the Broncos’ offense. The two-time Pro Bowler was traded to the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday. He finishes his career in Denver ranked 10th all-time in yards receiving (5,361), seventh in receptions (404) and 12th in touchdown catches (28). With the Broncos, he also... Read more »
  • Kickin’ It with Kiz Podcast: Broncos defensive lineman Derek Wolfe says, “The end (of football) is near and I’m not afraid of that”
    ProvidedDerek Wolfe holds his daughter, Roxanna, at the Dinosaur Ridge Visitors Center recently. What two recent developments in Derek Wolfe’s life have made the 29-year-old Broncos defensive lineman begin to formulate an exit strategy from the NFL? And just how close is Wolfe to retiring... Read more »
  • Colts Scouting Report: Jacoby Brissett faces Broncos after career-high four-TD game
    When: Sunday, 11 a.m. (CBS). Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis. Coach: Frank Reich (second year, 14-8 regular season record; 1-1 playoffs). Record: 4-2 (first in AFC South). Last week: Beat Houston 30-23. Statistical rankings: Offense — 22nd in yards (350.5) and 15th in scoring (23.8). Defense — 20th in yards (361.2) and 17th in scoring... Read more »
  • San Francisco mortgage tech firm plans to bring 635 jobs to Denver
    AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post)Denver skyline as seen from City Park Golf Course in 2015. Denver beat out Salt Lake City to snag another technology firm looking to escape the Bay Area’s escalating costs. Snapdocs, a young tech firm specializing in real estate loan closings, said Tuesday it plans to hire 635... Read more »
  • These classic Denver restaurants never get old, even after decades in business
    Institutions, staples, classics, go-tos: We asked ourselves which restaurants we go back to when the next new spots become so damn trendy or too much to handle, and these were the answers. Encompassing a wide age range of 10 to 35 years old, these 15 maturing spots have proven themselves on... Read more »
  • WATCH: Dr. Justina Ford, Denver’s first female African-American doctor, and the house that nurtured her
    Denverites are lately finding reasons to rediscover the life and legacy of Dr. Justina Ford, the city’s first African-American female doctor. Amid a drive to win $150,000 in funding for her historic home in the Five Points neighborhood, caretakers of the city’s black history have been highlighting the ways in which... Read more »
  • A new building rising behind Stanley Marketplace in Aurora will be a commercial greenhouse
    In a budding industry, Aurora has been handpicked as a landing spot for a green giant. Gotham Greens, the Brooklyn-born company at the forefront of the urban farming industry, is coming to town. By the spring of 2020, Gotham Greens will be growing arugula, basil, bok choy and a variety of... 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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