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  • Visiliy Lomachenko wins unanimous decision for 2nd lightweight boxing belt
    NEW YORK — Two down, two to go. Vasiliy Lomachenko is halfway to owning all the major lightweight titles after just two fights, and he’s already eyeing the guy he’d need to beat to get the next one. “Of course I want two more belts and maybe we can make next year... Read more »
  • Boulder County quilters sending handmade warmth, love to California fire victims
    John Marinelli, The Daily CameraCoal Creek Canyon resident Christine Jacques works on a quilt Saturday with the charity quilting group that has made about 50 quilts that will be sent to victims of the Paradise, Calif., wildfire. Tucked away in the most unlikely of places, an office park in Gunbarrel, a... Read more »
  • Max Holloway stops Brian Ortega by TKO at UFC 231
    TORONTO — Featherweight champion Max Holloway stopped top contender Brian Ortega by TKO at UFC 231 on Saturday night The fight was stopped by the doctor after four rounds. Ortega’s left eye was almost closed, his face bloodied. The skills of Holloway, who was returning from an injury-plagued year, were too much... Read more »
  • Broncos Insider: Why Peyton Manning surprised Von Miller this week
    Von Miller was lied to. Don’t worry. He’s not upset. Because sometimes a little deception makes a surprise really pop, and believe me, Miller had no idea what was coming. The Broncos’ all-world outside linebacker was told his presence had been requested to discuss his 100th career sack inside the Pat... Read more »
  • Car crashes into Edgewater house, barely missing person sleeping inside
    A car that crashed into an Edgewater home early Sunday morning, barely missed a person sleeping in a bedroom inside. Firefighters with West Metro Fire Rescue responded just after 1 a.m. Sunday to the home in the 6500 block of West 26th Avenue, less than a mile west of Sloan’s Lake,... Read more »
  • Why is it so hard to text 911?
    NEW YORK — People can livestream their every move on Facebook and chatter endlessly in group chats. But in most parts of the U.S., they still can’t reach 911 by texting — an especially important service during mass shootings and other catastrophes when a phone call could place someone in danger. Although... Read more »
  • Power restored after outages left more than 10,000 south Denver residents in the dark
    About 10,260 residents in Denver’s Ruby Hill neighborhood were without power for about an hour Sunday morning due to outages. The outages were reported about 10:20 a.m. Sunday in the general area of West Mississippi Avenue and South Santa Fe Drive, Xcel Energy spokeswoman Michelle Aguayo said. Power was restored by... Read more »
  • CU Boulder study finds imagination could be as effective as reality when it comes to conquering fears
    Provided by University of ColoradoA subject entering a brain imaging machine in a study conducted by Tor Wager, director of the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory at the University of Colorado. Imagine one of your greatest fears. Now imagine it again. And again. And again. After confronting the fear enough times in... Read more »
  • Colorado reps meet with other states on Colorado River drought plan
    LAS VEGAS — With drought entering a second decade and reservoirs continuing to shrink, seven Southwestern U.S. states that depend on the overtaxed Colorado River for crop irrigation and drinking water had been expected to ink a crucial share-the-pain contingency plan by the end of 2018. They’re not going to make... Read more »
  • Teen sentenced for July 4 fatal shooting in Fort Collins
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A northern Colorado teenager has been sentenced for a shooting that left another teen dead on the Fourth of July. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports the 16-year-old boy was sentenced Friday to six years in the state’s youth offender system followed by three years of supervised probation... 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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