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    We are on day six of temperatures above 90 degrees here in Denver. This doesn’t look to end any time in the near future, we could still have about two more weeks of 90 degree or above temperatures. While we stay hot and dry, fire danger stays extremely high as well. Red Flag Warnings will cover almost all of the central mountains and all of western Colorado on Wednesday. We expect very strong wind, low humidity, high heat, and a...
    TULSA, OKLAHOMA - Tulsa will resume test excavations of potential unmarked graves from the 1921 Tulsa race massacre after the effort was halted in March because of the coronavirus outbreak, city officials announced. The pandemics travel restrictions have made it difficult for the archaeology team to reach Tulsas Oaklawn Cemetery for an examination, which was initially set to begin April 1. The state archaeological survey at the University of Oklahoma includes scientists from out of state. The test excavation is...
    THE SAME day Texas reported more than 10,000 new cases of coronavirus in a single day, a Texas mayor spoke out against the states face mask requirement saying authority needs to be checked before it runs rampant. In an interview with Fox News on Tuesday, Midland Mayor Patrick Payton criticized the new face mask requirement saying elected officials should call upon the higher nature in people instead of trying to exercise authority we dont have that is remaining unchecked in...
    Black Lives Matter activists advocated for a Black Out Day to show the economic power of blacks by refusing to spend at businesses that arent owned by blacks. The economic activist boycott was held on June 7. Supporters posted about Black Out Day on social media and posted flyers to spread the word.Let’s not forget!! TOMORROW!! Especially if you weren’t able to participate the last 2 days, please make sure to do… https://t.co/QBvEeG4mxb — Lavender & Love...
    HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Many consumers are participating in a national economic protest Tuesday called Blackout Day. It’s a call for racial equality, encouraging black Americans to not spend a dollar anywhere unless it’s a black-owned business. Craig Brown has owned his Hempstead store, Craig’s Clothing, for 20 years. He said the shop has seen its fair share of troubles throughout the years, but nothing compares to the coronavirus shutdown. “I was closed, nobody came out,” Brown told CBS2’s Nina...
    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tulsa will resume test excavations of potential unmarked graves from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre after the effort was halted in March because of the coronavirus outbreak, city officials announced. The pandemic’s travel restrictions have made it difficult for the archaeology team to reach Tulsa’s Oaklawn Cemetery for an examination, which was initially set to begin April 1. The state archaeological survey at the University of Oklahoma includes scientists from out of state. The test excavation...
    Report: Ryder Cup to be postponed until 2021 David Fosters Daughter Amy Opens Up About Breast Cancer Battle and Being Strong for Her Kids Stock futures flat following sell-off on Wall Street U.S. stock futures were flat in overnight trading, following weakness in equities in the previous session.  Dow futures rose 40 points, indicating a gain of 0.16%. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 also were set to open higher, with gains of 0.08% and 0.12%, respectively.  © Provided by...
    The WNBA Players’ Association has had enough of Kelly Loeffler. On Tuesday, the union called on commissioner Cathy Engelbert to remove Kelly Loeffler as co-owner of the Atlanta Dream after the junior senator in Georgia wrote a letter to Engelbert regarding the league’s plan to have “Black Live Matter” and “Say Her Name” on jerseys when the league restarts. Loeffler, who has been part of Dream ownership since 2011, requested that American flags go in place of the anti-racism messages....
    Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden rebuked President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization and promised to reverse course should he become president next year, when the United States’ withdrawal from the U.N.-based public health agency is expected to become official.  “Americans are safer when America is engaged in strengthening global health. On my first day as President, I will rejoin the [World Health Organization] and restore our leadership on the world stage,” Biden tweeted on Tuesday. ...
    As baseball nears the two-week countdown to the start of its delayed season, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep more players, including Boston Red Sox projected opening day starter Eduardo Rodriguez, off the field. On Tuesday, one day after Major League Baseball released its 60-game schedule, there was continued evidence of the difficulties caused by the pandemic. The San Francisco Giants suspended workouts at Oracle Park as they awaited the results of weekend tests for the coronavirus. The Chicago Cubs’...
    Not for one moment did A’s reliever Jake Diekman consider opting out of the truncated 2020 Major League Baseball season. He had every reason to. Diekman’s ulcerative colitis makes him at high-risk of complications if he were to contract coronavirus. Because of this, Diekman was guaranteed the negotiated full pro-rated salary promised if he’d chosen to sit the season out. He opted in. Fully masked on Tuesday, Diekman threw a 20-pitch session live bullpen against four...
    As baseball nears the two-week countdown to the start of its delayed season, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep more players, including Boston Red Sox projected opening day starter Eduardo Rodriguez, off the field. On Tuesday, one day after Major League Baseball released its 60-game schedule, there was continued evidence of the difficulties caused by the pandemic. The San Francisco Giants suspended workouts at Oracle Park as they awaited the results of weekend tests for the coronavirus. The Chicago Cubs workout...
    Rocket Mortgage parent files for IPO The Sentinel A50 Welding Helmet Looks Amazing, But Is It Good? The 6 Things Keeping Naomi Watts Sane at Home © Photo: Courtesy of Naomi Watts Every week, Vogue will be spotlighting tastemakers across industries to hear how they’ve been approaching self-care during the coronavirus pandemic. We asked actress and co-founder of ONDA Beauty Naomi Watts how she’s been staying sane at home, from reading to cooking. 1. I’m taking it day by...
    After going to a socially distanced gathering late last month, Harrison Faigen wanted to get a coronavirus test. He waited about a week after the June 26 party, knowing that officials have said it takes time for a viral load to appear in a person’s system after potential exposure. Faigen tried for two days over the weekend to land an appointment, which he eventually secured for Monday. He was luckier than a lot of residents in Los Angeles County, where...
    The new documentary, “In Deep with Ryan Lochte,” chronicles the Olympic swimmer’s rise, fall into scandal and efforts to make a comeback. “A lot of people have a different perception of me, and this documentary is going to basically show you the real me — the downs I’ve had in my life, the ups and how everything has shaped me into who I am today,” Lochte, 35, tells The Post. Premiering July 15 on Peacock, NBC’s new streaming platform, “In...
    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tulsa will resume test excavations of potential unmarked graves from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre after the effort was halted in March because of the coronavirus outbreak, city officials announced. The pandemic’s travel restrictions have made it difficult for the archaeology team to reach Tulsa’s Oaklawn Cemetery for an examination, which was initially set to begin April 1. The state archaeological survey at the University of Oklahoma includes scientists from out of state. The test...
    By CHARLES ODUM, AP Sports Writer As baseball nears the two-week countdown to the start of its delayed season, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep more players, including Boston Red Sox projected opening day starter Eduardo Rodriguez, off the field. On Tuesday, one day after Major League Baseball released its 60-game schedule, there was continued evidence of the difficulties caused by the pandemic. The San Francisco Giants suspended workouts at Oracle Park as they awaited the results of weekend tests...
    SAN ANTONIO – In these anxious times, booze is seeing a bump. Sales of alcohol for home consumption were up 22% in March alone as people began dealing with job losses and stay-at-home orders. Coping with all the worries the pandemic brings, along with family stress and just plain boredom may lead light to moderate drinkers to overindulge. And that can lead to more than a headache. “Heavy drinking is obviously not healthy and can damage the liver and heart...
    Trump admin. to flood Jacksonville with free testing ahead of GOP convention Brazils World Cup humiliation that became an expression Demi Lovato Says Shes Grateful for Every Day on This Earth Nearly 2 Years After Overdose © Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy Demi Lovato isnt taking one day for granted. The 27-year-old singer, who suffered a traumatic overdose that landed her in the hospital in 2018, exclaimed via Instagram on Tuesday that she is grateful for every day I...
    Virginia man charged with fraud for allegedly selling Chinese-made body armor to US military, feds 5 Things Likely to Replace Traditional Restaurant Menus More positive tests, canceled workouts add to MLB unease As baseball nears the two-week countdown to the start of its delayed season, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep more players, including Boston Red Sox projected opening day starter Eduardo Rodriguez, off the field. © Provided by Associated Press Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona watches during baseball...
    THIS is the infamously brutal New York City jail Ghislaine Maxwell will call home as she awaits trial on charges of sex trafficking. The 58-year-old alleged pimp of Jeffrey Epstein was transferred to Brooklyns Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) in New York on Monday, four days after her arrest in New Hampshire. 6 Seen here is the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, where Ghislaine Maxwell has been transferredCredit: US DOJ 6 Maxwell was arrested last week on sex trafficking...
    HUGO, Colo. (CBS4) — The Colorado Prairie Music Festival is happening Aug. 8 at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds in Hugo — but people who attend will have to sign a coronavirus waiver. “By attending the event you absolve the Colorado Prairie Music Arts and Music Council, it’s board, volunteers and staff of any liability should you contract COVID-19,” the website states. Organizers say all attendees are encouraged to wear a mask, practice “proper hand hygiene,” and practice social distancing. The...
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Former Vice President Joe Biden will campaign in Pennsylvania on Thursday, the same day as his successor, Mike Pence, makes several stops in the premier presidential battleground state. The men are working the campaign trail in Pennsylvania with fewer than four months until the election, with recent polls showing Biden leading in Pennsylvania. Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, on Thursday plans to tour a metal works plant in Dunmore in northeastern Pennsylvania and speak about...
    We hope our quarantine haircut will get a greater response than this. Tiffany Haddish took to Instagram Tuesday to share a 26-minute video of herself slicing off her dreadlocks, a transfer so drastic the comic needed to reassure followers she wasn’t going by way of a psychological breakdown. “Lower my hair!” the”Unhealthy Journey” actress, 40, captioned the clip. “I minimize all my hair off trigger I wish to see my scalp. I do know my complete physique, I do...
    VIDEO0:4500:45United Airlines tells employees there hasnt been enough voluntary departures, sources tell CNBCClosing Bell U.S. stock futures were flat in overnight trading, following weakness in equities in the previous session.  Dow futures rose 9 points, indicating a gain of 0.4%. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 were set to open lower, with losses of 0.02% and 0.01%, respectively.  Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards On Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 397 points, or 1.5%, breaking a two-day winning streak. The...