Day: October 10, 2018

Flurries possible in Denver as temperatures stay 30 degrees below average

DENVER — Unseasonably cold temperatures will linger through Wednesday as highs only make it into the upper 30s. The temperature dropped to 32 degrees early Wednesday morning at Denver International Airport, the official recording station for the city, for the first freeze of the season. The average first freeze of the season in Denver is […]

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Resilient Girl Who Lost Prosthetic Legs In Tubbs Fire Starts Anew In Texas

SANTA ROSA (KPIX 5) — One of the victims of destructive and deadly Tubbs Fire — a ten-year-old Coffey Park girl named Lilly — lost everything: her home, her toys, and her most important possession, her prosthetic legs. But despite her hardship, the young girl is now seeing the brighter side to life. Lilly Biagini started […]

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Lady Justice Moves in With Like-Minded Factotum Brewhouse

The owners of Lady Justice Brewing and Factotum Brewhouse have finalized a deal that will allow Lady Justice to brew its beer at Factotum and put the Lady Justice name on three permanent tap handles. Although the legal and regulatory details are different than Wit’s End Brewing and Strange Craft Beer Company’s shacking up late […]

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Top French court to rule case on busted breast implants

PARIS — France’s top court is ruling Wednesday in a case that may require some 1,700 women around the world to pay back compensation they received over rupture-prone breast implants. The decision is the latest in a years-long legal drama that has potential implications for tens of thousands of women from Europe to South America […]

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Giant Mosquitoes Invade North Carolina in Wake of Hurricane Florence

The floodwaters that followed Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in North Carolina on September 14, have spawned thousands of mega-mosquitoes across the state, according to entomologists. These giants have zebra-striped legs and are two to three times as big as the normal bloodsuckers encountered during summer, said Michael H. Reiskind, an assistant professor in the Department of Entomology […]

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Hinsdale South Teen Missing For 10 Days

CHICAGO (CBS)–A 15-year-old from DuPage County has been missing for more than a week, and police say she may be in danger. The mother of the Hinsdale South High School sophomore, Breanna Irizarry, says she has no history of running away. She set out for school the morning of October 1 and never made it, […]

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Florida Department of Transportation studies U.S. 1 congestion

  The Florida Department of Transportation is studying traffic congestion on US 1 from Kendall Drive to I-95 and is asking Miami-Dade residents to take a survey to help develop appropriate solutions. The roughly 18-mile stretch of US 1 running through or along the Village of Pinecrest and cities of Miami, Coral Gables and South […]

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Celtics notebook: With full team available, Brad Stevens knows players will have to adjust to different roles

The roster is largely the same this season, but this is a different Celtic world. And it’s not just because Gordon Hayward is back after playing five minutes and a few seconds last year and Kyrie Irving is again healthy. Even some who played the full season are new, or at least not the same […]

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114-mile round trip, $125 hotel bill. School board travel has cost District 50 taxpayers $34,000 since 2017.

A 114-mile round trip drive from her Gurnee home to a workshop in Naperville June 9 was too much for a longtime Woodland Elementary District 50 school board member. So she checked into the Hyatt Regency in Lisle the night before and had taxpayers cover the $125 bill. “It’s a long commute, so I always […]

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Trick-or-treaters over age 12 could face fine, jail time in one Virginia city

CHESAPEAKE, Va. — How old is too old to go trick-or-treating? Chesapeake, Virginia has an ordinance that states: “If any person over the age of 12 years shall engage in the activity commonly known as “trick or treat” or any other activity of similar character or nature under any name whatsoever, he or she shall […]

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