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  • Mike Shanahan voted to Broncos Ring of Fame; will be inducted during 2021 ceremony
    Mike Shanahan has been selected to join the Broncos’ Ring of Fame. An on-field ceremony recognizing Shanahan will be held during the 2021 season. As the Broncos’ coach from 1995-2008, Shanahan went 138-86 in the regular season and 8-5 in the playoffs. He had only two losing seasons. Shanahan, who coached the Broncos... Read more »
  • Protective gear for medical workers begins to run low again
    The personal protective gear that was in dangerously short supply during the early weeks of the coronavirus crisis in the U.S. is running low again as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients climbs. A national nursing union is concerned that gear has to be reused.... Read more »
  • Denver artist Raverro Stinnett’s career was taking off. Then he was beaten by Union Station security.
    Art is subjective, creative professionals say. Here’s something else they say in the metro area: Raverro Stinnett may be Colorado’s best unknown artist. “While everybody’s rushing around and talking very fast, Raverro always seems to be calm and collected,” said Laura Merage, founder of RedLine Contemporary Art Center. “That’s what I get out... Read more »
  • Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson to hold Florida social event amid coronavirus
    BALTIMORE — Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson announced he will hold his annual “Funday with LJ” event in Florida amid the state’s spike in coronavirus cases. Jackson’s third annual event will be held Saturday and Sunday in his hometown of Pompano Beach, Florida, according to a flyer shared on his Instagram... Read more »
  • CU Buffs men’s basketball crossing fingers for July 20 workout date
    Monday marks the two-week notice for when Colorado’s basketball teams can resume on-court workouts. Men’s coach Tad Boyle probably can be described as cautiously optimistic those July 20 workouts will unfold as planned. The good news for the Buffaloes is that Boyle reports no one on his team has tested positive... Read more »
  • Red Sox dogged by claims of racism, sexual abuse
    NEW YORK — Last month, when former Major League All-star Torii Hunter said he’d been called the N-word “a hundred times” at Boston’s storied Fenway Park, the Red Sox were quick to back him up with a promise to fight racism. “Torii Hunter’s experience is real,” the team said in a... Read more »
  • Fort Collins police report assault, home explosion, death in burning house
    A woman in east Fort Collins told her neighbors that a man she knew had assaulted her in her home Monday, and as police were responding to the 911 call, the house exploded in flames, according to Fort Collins police. Poudre Fire Authority crews also headed to the scene in the... Read more »
  • Two dead after shooting in Aurora
    Two people died following a shooting early Tuesday in Aurora. At 12:12 a.m. Tuesday, officers with the Aurora Police Department responded to the area of E. Colfax Avenue and N. Beeler Street after receiving reports of a shooting. Related Articles Fort Collins police report assault, home explosion, death in burning house Body found inside... Read more »
  • A year after Senate Bill 181 OK’d, regulators poised to tackle heart of sweeping oil, gas changes
    State regulators writing new oil and gas rules have carried on through a global pandemic and massive turmoil in the industry. That might have been the easy part for the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, now poised to plunge into the heart of the law that mandates sweeping changes. A... Read more »
  • Denver Public Library opens for curbside service — finally
    When Denver Public Library announced on Facebook a couple of weeks ago that it would be introducing curbside pickup for books and other materials starting Tuesday, the news was met with a sigh of relief — and even unfettered joy. “We missed the library most of all,” wrote one library patron. But... 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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