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LAFC hosts San Jose looking for continued success

In their past four meetings, the Los Angeles Football Club has felt extremely comfortable against San Jose and coach Matias Almeyda’s man-marking system. Last year, LAFC (5-5-3, 18 points) outscored the Earthquakes 9-0 in two contests. Earlier this month, LAFC defeated San Jose 5-1. “The key is playing our football,” LAFC midfielder Mark-Anthony Kaye said. “Whenever we can play our game really well, it makes it difficult for teams. We’ve had some success against them in the past, but every game ...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Mls, San Jose, Vancouver, Major League Soccer, Seattle, Sounders, Lafc, Bob Bradley, Matias Almeyda, Kaye, Los Angeles Football Club


Galaxy needs to revive offense against Seattle Sounders

The Galaxy is a good example of how quickly things can change in the Western Conference standings. After shutting out LAFC on Sept. 6, the Galaxy had vaulted from 11th at the start of resumption of play to fourth place. After scoreless draw against San Jose and consecutive shutout losses to Colorado and Real Salt Lake, the Galaxy (4-5-3, 15 points) arrives at Sunday night’s home meeting with the Seattle Sounders (7:30 p.m.; Spectrum SportsNet) below the playoff line in 10th place. “We can’t do a...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Mls, San Jose, Seattle, Benfica, Seattle Sounders, Real Salt Lake, Jonathan Dos Santos, Lafc, Javier, Gonzalez, Hernandez


A Black fourth grader was suspended for having a BB gun visible in his online class

Ka Mauri Harrison, a 9-year-old in Harvey, Louisiana, got suspended for showing a BB gun during his virtual class. Boston Globe / Contributor / Getty Images A Harvey, Louisiana elementary school suspended a Black fourth grader for unintentionally showing a BB gun during class.  NOLA.com reported that 9-year-old Ka Mauri Harrison moved a BB gun that his younger brother tripped on during an English test. Because the gun was visible during class, school officials said it violated their intern...
Tags: School, News, Education, Colorado, Trends, Suspension, Michigan, Louisiana, Discrimination, Black, Boston Globe, NOLA, Harrison, Harvey Louisiana, Loyola University Chicago, US Education Department


How the pandemic made summer 2020 the summer of hotel buyouts for wealthy travelers

Cape Arundel Inn All-property buyouts, where one family or group rents out every single room, gained new urgency — and appeal — during the pandemic-constrained summer season. From inns on the coast of Maine to island resorts, buyouts presented an appealing option to travelers looking to minimize their exposure to others. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  It was only supposed to be a week-long trip away from New York City for Dan Bassichis.In mid-March, the divorced priv...
Tags: Travel, New York, Instagram, Colorado, NYC, Life, New York City, Trends, Maine, Italy, Gm, Hotel, Grimes, Resort, Vermont, Rockies


Giants Power Past Padres For Key Win In Doubleheader Game 1

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Diego pitcher Chris Paddack expected the San Francisco Giants to swing for the fences with their playoff hopes at stake. That’s exactly what happened. Wilmer Flores hit a go-ahead homer in the fourth, Mike Yastrzemski returned from an injury to splash a two-run shot into McCovey Cove the same inning and the Giants beat the Padres 5-4 in the first game of a doubleheader Friday for a key victory in a crowded NL playoff race. “A hungry team that’s trying to continue to make...
Tags: Colorado, Milwaukee, Angels, Sports, San Francisco, Ap, San Diego, Mlb, San Francisco Giants, Baseball, Cleveland, Giants, Cincinnati, NL, Cardinals, National League


Trump's acting Bureau of Land Management director just got removed by a federal judge, who said he was serving unlawfully

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive onstage during an Independence Day event at Mount Rushmore in Keystone, South Dakota, July 3, 2020. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images A federal judge ruled Friday that William Perry Pendley, Trump's acting director of the Bureau of Land Management, has been serving unlawfully, blocking him from continuing to hold the position. The judge ruled that Pendley had served unlawfully for 424 days without Senate confirmation as required by...
Tags: Politics, Science, News, Obama, Colorado, Montana, Washington, Senate, Environment, US, Trends, Dhs, Gop, Wyoming, Oil And Gas, US Senate


Alexander: Pac-12 football is back, but the optics aren’t great

So the Pac-12 will attempt to have a fall football season after all. I’m torn. Should my reaction be “hooray” or “horrors?” Let’s see: Students largely are limited to virtual learning, yet are still socializing, doing what young adults do, and spreading COVID-19. In case you missed it shortly before Thursday’s Pac-12 announcement, the county in which the University of Colorado is located announced restrictions on gatherings of anyone from 18 to 22 years of age – including team practices – until ...
Tags: Utah, Congress, Colorado, Sports, Sport, Fox, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Espn, College Football Playoff, Pac-12, Usc, Ucla, University Of Colorado, Chip Kelly


First-term Rep. Jason Crow squares off against Steve House in Colorado's 6th Congressional District

J. Scott Applewhite, File/AP First-term Rep. Jason Crow will face Republican Steve House in Colorado's 6th Congressional District. The district is located in north-central Colorado and includes much of the eastern portion of the Denver-Aurora metropolitan area. Steve House served as the chair of the Colorado Republican Party before stepping down in September 2019 to run for Congress. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. First-term Rep. Jason Crow looks to retain his seat ag...
Tags: Politics, Colorado, Trends, Hillary Clinton, House, Donald Trump, Election 2020, Aurora, U S Army, House Armed Services Committee, Crow, Colorado Republican Party, Steve House, Mike Coffman, Denver Aurora, Sabato


Dallas Defensemen In Survival Mode

from Travis Yost of TSN, Dallas has proven this postseason that they can win in a variety of ways. The Stars proved capable in a high-flying, up-tempo second-round series against an Avalanche team with incredible offensive firepower. The Stars then faced a completely different animal in the Western Conference final. Vegas expectedly owned the puck all series long, hemming the Stars into the defensive zone on a regular basis. There, the Stars leaned on quality interior defence and white-ho...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Stars, Dallas, Ondrej Palat, TSN, Tampa Bay, John Klingberg, Western Conference, Esa Lindell, Anton Khudobin, Jamie Oleksiak, Klingberg, Travis Yost, Rick Bowness, Miro Heiskanen


A minimalist mountaintop home is Aspen's most expensive sale this year at nearly $32 million — take a look inside

Courtesy Coldwell Banker A 7-bedroom home that sold for $31.85 million last month is Aspen's most expensive home sale this year, according to listing agency Coldwell Banker. Aspen, Colorado, an affluent ski town, has become a hotspot for wealthy Americans looking to relocate during the pandemic. Take a look inside 34 Placer Lane, which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, an infinity pool, and stunning views of the Rockies. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.   A seven-bedr...
Tags: Travel, Home, Mountains, Real Estate, Design, Colorado, Life, Trends, Wealth, Features, Architecture, Luxury, Jeff Bezos, Rockies, Business Insider, Aspen


Petitions of the week: Snapchat discipline, sex offender registration, deportation proceedings and more

This week we highlight cert petitions that ask the Supreme Court to decide whether schools may discipline students for off-campus social media posts, whether sex offender registration is punishment, and whether a deported immigrant received effective assistance of counsel, among other petitions. In the landmark 1969 case, Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, the Supreme Court recognized that students have First Amendment rights at public schools. However, the court also al...
Tags: Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Colorado, Pennsylvania, United States, New Jersey, Ibm, Jordan, New Mexico, Smith, DOE, Rogers, Mena, Scott


Sequatchie Valley Hurricane

"jessie oliver" writes: Hello TTT Members/Community,I'm writing to let our TTT community know what's going on with our family and our community. We have been very stressed and upset by the lies and manipulations caused by David Hanning and Fly Camp.My husband and I continue to struggle with the idea of staying in the area at our forever home, or whether it’s time to leave this beautiful place because of how saddened we've become.My husband has been coming here for twelve years and fel...
Tags: Facebook, Colorado, Time, David, Ohio, Elena, Matt, Rick, Henson, Dunlap, Rick Jacobs, Sequatchie Valley, David There, David Hanning, Sequatchie Valley Hurricane, Namaste Jessie Dittman


10 scenic getaways across the US that are within a 1- to 4-hour drive from major cities — and the best hotel to book for each

BI When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Trip Advisor As Americans return to travel, many will choose to avoid the airport in favor of road trips close to home. For inspiration, we compiled 10 destinations with top hotels for each, located within a one-to-four-hour drive of major US cities. Locations feature gorgeous scenery, plenty of personal space, and new policies to promote cleanliness. All hotels are highly rated with d...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Colorado, Cdc, Boston, Virginia, Massachusetts, New York City, US, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Best, Chicago, Pennsylvania


A woman who says she broke multiple bones when she crashed an Uber scooter is suing the firm for a lack of turn signals

Irene Jiang / Business Insider A woman in Colorado is suing Uber for failing to equip rental scooters with turn signals after she allegedly crashed a Jump scooter in 2019, ending up with a dislocated hip and multiple fractures. Her injuries have resulted in hours of surgery, according to the lawsuit she filed against the vehicle and delivery service giant. Erin Norman, who says she crashed on a street in San Francisco in 2019, is accusing Uber of not fitting the Jump scooters with turn si...
Tags: Transportation, Uber, Lawsuit, Colorado, San Francisco, Trends, Crash, Electric Scooter, Rent, Norman, Jump, Scooter, Electric Bike, Lime, Uber Technologies Inc, Irene Jiang


A woman who says she broke multiple bones when she crashed an Uber scooter is suing the firm for failing to fit turn signals

Irene Jiang / Business Insider A woman in Colorado is suing Uber for failing to equip rental scooters with turn signals after she allegedly crashed a Jump scooter in 2019, ending up with a dislocated hip and multiple fractures. Her injuries have resulted in hours of surgery, according to the lawsuit she filed against the vehicle and delivery service giant. Erin Norman, who says she crashed on a street in San Francisco in 2019, is accusing Uber of not fitting the Jump scooters with turn si...
Tags: Transportation, Uber, Lawsuit, Colorado, San Francisco, Trends, Crash, Electric Scooter, Rent, Norman, Jump, Scooter, Electric Bike, Lime, Uber Technologies Inc, Irene Jiang


Giants Lose 5-4 To Rockies, Miss Chance In NL Wild-Card Race

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Raimel Tapia hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the 11th inning, and the Colorado Rockies rallied to keep contending San Francisco from gaining ground in the NL wild-card race by beating the Giants 5-4 on Thursday. Jairo Díaz earned his fourth save by getting Austin Slater to ground into a game-ending double play. Several cheering Rockies jumped over the dugout rail celebrating. The Giants (28-28), winners of three of their last five, dropped behind idle Cincinnati for the firs...
Tags: Minnesota, Colorado, Sports, San Francisco, Arizona, San Diego, Mlb, San Francisco Giants, Baseball, Oakland, Giants, Reds, Colorado Rockies, Rockies, Cincinnati, NL


The Future Of Your Second Amendment is At Risk in this Election #GUNVOTE ~ VIDEO

The Future Of Your Second Amendment is At Risk in this Election #GUNVOTE Colorado, USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Dear Second Amendment Supporter, This upcoming election is crucial to the future of the Second Amendment and the ability of all Americans to keep and bear arms. The Colorado State Shooting Association asks you to take action by urging your members, family, and friends to register and vote for pro-gun candidates on November 3rd. The stakes couldn't be higher: The anti-gunners have made cle...
Tags: Guns, Colorado, Nra, Election 2020, Colorado USA, CSSA, Gun Rights News, Colorado State Shooting Association


Pac-12 agrees to start football season in November

There will be football in the Pac-12 this fall. On Thursday, the conference’s CEO group voted to start its football season on the weekend of Nov. 6-7, according to multiple media reports. The decision ends a tumultuous past several months in which the Pac-12 cycled through several different options for how to hold a season in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Pac-12 also voted to move the basketball start date back from Jan. 1 to Thanksgiving weekend. With a Nov. 6 start date for football, ...
Tags: Colorado, California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Pac-12, Usc, Ucla, State Supreme Court, Quidel, Power Five, Devin Brown, USC Football, Top Stories LADN


I hadn't flown in over 4 months, but The Gant Aspen lured me to Colorado with condo-style rooms, outdoor activities, and reassuring COVID-19 policies

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The Gant After months of quarantining at home, I finally felt ready for my first getaway and chose the scenic mountains of Aspen, Colorado for fresh air, outdoor adventures, and ease of social distancing. As advised by experts, I paid close attention to new COVID-19 measures being implemented and chose to spend four nights at The Gant.Their condo-style accommodations include full kitchens, laundry,...
Tags: Europe, New York, Colorado, Cdc, New York City, Trends, New Jersey, Tripadvisor, Aspen, CAF, Superior, Standard, Aspen Colorado, Aspen Mountain, Gant, Silver Queen Gondola


GOP Sen. Cory Gardner stayed mum on meatpacking coronavirus outbreaks as he received industry donations

Some of the biggest and most deadly COVID-19 outbreaks in the U.S. stemmed from the meatpacking industry. But Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) was reluctant to call for accountability, including when it came to a Colorado-based plant Gardner received donations from, Business Insider reports.Early in the pandemic, meatpacking factories' close quarters became home to massive COVID-19 outbreaks throughout the country. An outbreak at the JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, Colorado led to at least 291 ...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Colorado, Senate, America, Gop, Supreme Court Trump, Gardner, John Hickenlooper, Cory Gardner, Sen Cory Gardner R Colo, JBS, Greeley Colorado, Michael Bennet D Colo


The Fukushima Monkey Problem

When people disappear — whether due to COVID-19, militarized borders (North and South Korea), or nuclear or chemical contamination (Chernobyl and Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Arsenal), wildlife comes roaring back. The latest example: the monkeys of Fukushima. From: Terrierman's Daily Dose To order the book.. [Author: PBurns]
Tags: South Korea, Colorado, Pets, PBurns, Rocky Mountain Arsenal


Southwestern Bird Die-Off: An Unsolved Mystery

Birds collected by New Mexico ornithologists on September 14, 2020. Image courtesy of*Jenna McCullough. Reports began to pour in on September 9, 2020, and continued for more than a week. Scores of small dead birds, mostly songbirds and swallows, were being found across New Mexico, Arizona, west Texas, and southern Colorado. On social media, the […] The post Southwestern Bird Die-Off: An Unsolved Mystery appeared first on AllOutdoor.com. Read the full article here...
Tags: Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Weapon, AllOutdoor.com, New Mexico Arizona, Jenna McCullough


Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner received $24,000 in PAC donations from a meatpacking corporation. He's largely remained quiet about the company's record-setting coronavirus outbreak.

Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo. NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images Republican Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado has been conspicuously silent on the workplace coronavirus catastrophe at JBS meatpacking, a company with operations in Colorado which has given Gardner more in PAC money than all but one other lawmaker in Congress this election cycle. JBS is majority-owned by two Brazilian brothers who are under DOJ and SEC investigation for potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, acco...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Congress, Colorado, Washington Post, Cdc, Trends, New Jersey, Treasury, PAC, Brazil, Marco Rubio, SEC, Venezuela, Doj, BNDES


Millions of disabled voters could be sidelined in 12 battleground states because of their election websites, new report shows

In this Aug. 4, 2020, file photo, a person drops off a ballot for Washington state's primary election at a collection box at the King County Administration Building in Seattle. AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File A new report released by nonprofit Miami Lighthouse for the Blind states that 12 state election websites are not fully accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired. States with websites disseminating crucial election information that is not accessible to voters run the ris...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Elections, Voting, News, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, Virginia, Trends, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan


Late goals lift Real Salt Lake over Galaxy

SANDY, Utah (AP) — Albert Rusnak and Damir Kreilach scored second-half goals and Real Salt Lake beat the LA Galaxy 2-0 on Wednesday night. Real Salt Lake (4-4-5) ended a three-game home losing streak. The Galaxy (4-5-3) lost 2-0 to Colorado on Saturday — their first defeat since July 18 — and are winless in three. Rusnak scored on a penalty kick in the 65th minute. Seven minutes later, Kreilach’s sixth goal of the season came from the top of the 18-yard box on a cross from Rusnak. The Galaxy’s S...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mls, LA Galaxy, Real Salt Lake, Sebastian Lletget, David Bingham, Sandy Utah, Lletget, Rusnak, Damir Kreilach, Albert Rusnak, Cristian Pavon, Kreilach


A Boom for Bikes, Bullish on Cross-Country Skiing

Boulder Nordic Sport’s Nathan Schultz. When the country began shutting down in March, sporting good retailers initially shuddered. It appeared many if not all sectors of the economy would bottom out. “Everything was dicey in February and starting early March,” said Boulder Nordic Sport (BNS) founder Nathan Schultz about the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. I was about to head off to Italy for the World Masters to wax there. Everybody in the Midwest was getting ready for the World Cup. And then...
Tags: Europe, Feature, Usa, News, Colorado, Time, Sport, Austria, United States, Skiing, New York Times, Italy, Norway, Boulder, Chris Rodgers, Redline


Neighbor angry over kids playing near his yard kills their grandma, Colorado cops say

“If I could take a bullet for her, I would have.”
Tags: News, Colorado


Why insulin is so expensive

Colorado became the first state to pass a bill capping the monthly cost of insulin per resident at $100.  Type 1 diabetics need insulin to survive. Due to drastic price increases, many diabetics are struggling to afford the lifesaving drug.  In the past 15 years, insulin prices have tripled. There are only three manufacturers who make insulin and decide the price for insulin — their prices have risen at the same rates. The insulin supply chain, like other pharmaceutical medications, is extremel...
Tags: Colorado, US, Trends, Canada, United States, Fda, Susan Collins, Livingston, Ramsey, Greene, Lerner, Eli Lilly, PBM, Jeremy Greene, William Cefalu, Tahir Amin


Identifying a productive trap line

Friends, Unfortunately Colorado has laws prohibiting wire snares for trapping. That said, I own several of them for prepping purposes. Obviously, I haven't used them because of the legal situation, but I would like to be prepared to do so if needed. So, the first issue in setting snares (or any other type of spring trap) is to identify a potentially productive trap line. I live on 5 1/2 acres of forested land in the Rocky Mountains at 7,500 ft. elevation. I've seen lots of deer, ...
Tags: Colorado, Weapon, Hunting and Trapping General Discussion, Rocky Mountains


Kidnapped man grabs captor’s gun, forces her to drive him to ER, Colorado cops say

Police said someone was heard screaming, “Give me the gun or I’m going to put a bullet in your head!”
Tags: News, Colorado