Two pilots killed in single-engine plane crash in Broomfield are identified

Two pilots who died in a single-engine plane crash in Broomfield have been identified. Robert Devon Williams, 50, and Lee Russell King, 59, died in Sunday’s crash in the Anthem Ranch neighborhood near Anthem Ranch Road and Las Brisas Drive. The pair were identified Tuesday by the Broomfield County Coroner’s Office. No one else was… Continue reading Two pilots killed in single-engine plane crash in Broomfield are identified

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More Pilates, less beer: How Teven Jenkins is working to earn the trust of his new Chicago Bears coaches

Teven Jenkins was midway through a post-practice interview Tuesday at Halas Hall when he felt the need to give a heartfelt plug for one of the catalysts of his 2022 offseason. “I’ve got to name-drop my Pilates place,” he said. “Superior Pilates in Lake Forest. If you want a good workout, hit up Chris.” Indeed,… Continue reading More Pilates, less beer: How Teven Jenkins is working to earn the trust of his new Chicago Bears coaches

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Jets went into offseason looking to close gap in AFC East and feel like they have done so

Closing the gap in the AFC East was the Jets’ goal when the offseason started. And the belief within Jets headquarters is Gang Green is rapidly gaining ground. “We’re better. I know we’re going to be better,” Robert Saleh said. “We’re young. We’re a year older. We brought in some really cool pieces. A lot… Continue reading Jets went into offseason looking to close gap in AFC East and feel like they have done so

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Sen. Murphy begs for gun compromise after Texas shooting

By SUSAN HAIGH and LISA MASCARO, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, who came to Congress representing Sandy Hook, begged his colleagues to finally pass legislation addressing the nation’s gun violence problem as the latest school shooting unfolded Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas. A gutted Murphy took to the Senate floor and… Continue reading Sen. Murphy begs for gun compromise after Texas shooting

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Maryland man wanted as suspect in Jan. 6 riot at U.S. Capitol arrested in Brighton

A Maryland man was arrested Tuesday morning in Brighton for allegedly assaulting officers and a news media member during the Jan. 6 breach at the U.S. Capitol. Rodney Kenneth Milstreed, 55, of Finksburg, Maryland, is charged with a criminal complaint in Washington, D.C., on suspicion of assaulting, resisting or impeding officers with a dangerous weapon,… Continue reading Maryland man wanted as suspect in Jan. 6 riot at U.S. Capitol arrested in Brighton

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Recovery Advocates Support Opioid Crisis Investment, Gov. Approves $800 Million For Programs

(CBS DETROIT)- More is being done to fight Opioid Abuse Disorder in Michigan. Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a package of legislation this month to invest $800 million in opioid treatment, prevention and mental health. Funds Amanda Scott from the Detroit Recovery Project says will go a long way. “Preventing before there had to be legal consequences… Continue reading Recovery Advocates Support Opioid Crisis Investment, Gov. Approves $800 Million For Programs

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Warriors-Mavericks live updates: Dubs can clinch return to NBA Finals with win in Game 4

To view the live updates on your mobile device click here. GAME ESSENTIALS: Warriors (53-29) vs. Mavericks (52-30), at 6 p.m. (PT). TV: TNT ODDS: Mavericks -3.5. OVER/UNDER: 217. PLAYOFF SERIES: Warriors lead 3-0. LAST PLAYOFF MEETING: Warriors won 2007 first-round series 4-2. It was supposed to be a tight and competitive series, a showdown… Continue reading Warriors-Mavericks live updates: Dubs can clinch return to NBA Finals with win in Game 4

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More Pilates, less beer: How Teven Jenkins is working to earn the trust of his new Chicago Bears coaches

Teven Jenkins was midway through a post-practice interview Tuesday at Halas Hall when he felt the need to give a heartfelt plug for one of the catalysts of his 2022 offseason. “I’ve got to name-drop my Pilates place,” he said. “Superior Pilates in Lake Forest. If you want a good workout, hit up Chris.” Indeed,… Continue reading More Pilates, less beer: How Teven Jenkins is working to earn the trust of his new Chicago Bears coaches

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Letters: High-speed rail | SJSU president | Recycled water | Honest assessment

Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Will high-speed rail repeat VTA’s mistakes? California’s high-speed rail project continues to be a favorite of Rod Diridon Sr. In his opinion piece on May 20 (“Let’s find the courage to complete high-speed rail project,” Page A6) he claims the… Continue reading Letters: High-speed rail | SJSU president | Recycled water | Honest assessment

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Letters: Cancel gas tax | Price for DA | Seven Hills development | White privilege | Vote out do-nothings

Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Leaders must cancel gas tax — now With gasoline well over $6 a gallon and rising, why is it taking so long for our governor and legislators to act? Simple answer: They demand that any solution solve a multitude of… Continue reading Letters: Cancel gas tax | Price for DA | Seven Hills development | White privilege | Vote out do-nothings

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