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Air Force football sanctioned for recruiting violations
The Air Force football program received two years of probation from the NCAA and had its squad size reduced by 10 for four
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A Big Tech antitrust bill championed by Ken Buck and Joe Neguse passes the US House
The package drew support from conservative groups, like the Heritage Foundation, as well as labor and consumer
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Knicks announcer Mike Breen’s Long Island house destroyed in fire
A massive house fire destroyed the Long Island home of Mike Breen, ESPN’ s lead NBA play-by-play man and the voice of the Knicks for 30 years. Firefighters responded to the house fire in North Hills around 4 a.m. Sunday, the Manhasset-Lakeville fire
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Man who worked at pizza shop across from Boulder High accused of child sex assault
An employee at a pizza shop near Boulder High is accused of having sex with multiple underage girls, and police are concerned there may be more
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Column: Jason Heyward reflects on his Chicago Cubs career and the Game 7 speech that lives on in history: ‘We still got a ring’
Jason Heyward’ s career with the Chicago Cubs is coming to a close, ending with one year and $22 million remaining on his eight-year, $184 million contract. It didn’ t pan out the way former President Theo Epstein envisioned in 2015 when he gave Heyward
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Broomfield Police pushing “9 p.m. Routine” to curb property crimes
The Broomfield Police Department is promoting a social media campaign to remind residents of things they can do to prevent property
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Famed Extreme Skier From Colorado Dies After Falling Off Mountain
A woman and her partner were skiing down the 26,775-foot summit of Nepal’s Mount Manaslu when she fell to her death.
Ex-NSA employee in Colorado arrested on espionage charges for allegedly trying to sell secrets to foreign power
A former National Security Agency employee in Colorado has been charged with violating the Espionage Act for allegedly trying to send classified national defense information to a foreign
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Opinion: The Republican Party took a wrong turn in 1964. It’s still living with that decision.
Parties make choices. History throws them a set of circumstances to deal with, but how they play that hand is a matter of internal party decisions. And those decisions aren’t just short-term campaign choices; they will echo for decades to
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Chicago Bulls voice optimism following Lonzo Ball’s latest surgery — but the point guard’s road to recovery is still lengthy
The Chicago Bulls are optimistic after Lonzo Ball’ s latest knee procedure, but expectations are still tempered as the point guard continues a nine-month rehabilitation. Ball underwent an arthroscopic debridement in his left knee Wednesday in Los Angeles to
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Your Guide to Colorado’s 2022 Ballot Measures
Coloradans can vote on 11 different initiatives on issues ranging from tax cuts to housing to psychedelics. The post Your Guide to Colorado’s 2022 Ballot Measures appeared first on
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What the Heck is the Approval Voting Party?
We didn’t know, either, so we did a deep dive into Colorado’s minority political parties to bring you this unofficial guide.  The post What the Heck is the Approval Voting Party? appeared first on
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Your (Not So) Silly Questions About This Year’s Elections, Answered
With the Colorado general election almost upon us, we’ve rounded up a list of questions you might have about the judges, regents, and board of directors on this year’s ballot. The post Your (Not So) Silly Questions About This Year’s Elections,
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Afternoon Briefing: What happened in latest Arlington Heights-Chicago Bears ‘debate’
“Don’ t Feed the Bears…? ”was the title of an event held last night in Arlington Heights hosted by a pair of libertarian and conservative groups to discuss the Chicago Bears’ potential move there. And remember, for the latest breaking news in
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Floods in Italy kill 10; Survivors plucked from roofs, trees
Flash floods swept through several towns Friday in hilly central Italy after hours of exceptionally heavy rain, leaving 10 people dead and at least four missing. Dozens of survivors scrambled onto rooftops or up into trees to await
There are lots of vacant storefronts in Downtown Denver. The city — and its boosters — are offering free rent to some businesses who take a chance there
The new Pop-Up Denver program seeks to coax small businesses and entrepreneurs to set up shop in empty storefronts in areas of the city that are struggling to recover from the
MyPillow exec Lindell says FBI agents seized his cellphone
WASHINGTON (AP) — MyPillow chief executive Mike Lindell said Tuesday that federal agents seized his cellphone and questioned him about a Colorado clerk who has been charged in what prosecutors say was a “deceptive scheme” to breach voting system
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QB Lamar Jackson reports to Ravens facility ahead of training camp
Any speculation as to whether quarterback Lamar Jackson will hold out of Ravens training camp until he signs a contract extension was seemingly put to rest Thursday. That number could increase after ESPN reported Thursday that quarterback Kyler Murray, the
Suncor seeks increase in amount of pollutants it can release from Commerce City refinery
A proposed air permit for Suncor Energy's Commerce City refinery would allow it to increase annual emissions of toxic pollutants by 90 tons, prompting environmentalists and area residents to urge Colorado's health department to take the application back to
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Heat GM Andy Elisburg on NBA free agency, ‘unrealistic to bring everyone back’
The focus at the start of NBA free agency with the Miami Heat was the one that got away, with starting power forward P.J. Tucker signing with the Philadelphia 76 ers. Appearing on 790 The Ticket’ s ongoing radio coverage of the NBA Las Vegas Summer League,
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40 years in the booth: Chicago White Sox broadcaster Steve Stone celebrates his anniversary with an unplugged conversation
Steve Stone tweeted some positive news Sunday about a sub-.500 Chicago White Sox team battling through injuries and underachieving players. Stone basically has gone through four metamorphoses while partnering with Harry Caray, Chip Caray, Harrelson and Jason
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Boulder Billionaire Kimbal Musk sold 15% of Tesla shares for $110M just before Elon announced sale of his own
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his brother are under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for possibly violating insider trading rules, according to media
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After Catastrophic Fire, Colorado Fights a New Hazard: 10 Inches of Snow
Those whose homes survived huge fires were struggling against new threats from cold and ice. At least three people were missing and feared dead as the authorities confirmed 991 houses
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After losing everything in the Colorado wildfires, she’s struggling to start over
Taylor Korn, a lifelong Boulder, Colo., resident, had already lost her father and grandmother this past summer. Then a wildfire took her home and two
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Welcoming Recorded Music to the Public Domain – Internet Archive Blogs
Every January we feature works that are entering the public domain. And this year the big story is in recorded music. Recorded Music from 1922 and earlier Approximately 400,000 sound recordings made before 1923 will join the public domain in the U.S. for the
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