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`Rust` movie shooting: Gun was `legit,` an `enormous amount of bullets` were on set, district attorney says

The gun used by Alec Baldwin during the filming of "Rust" was "legit," District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies said.

Field Hockey: Regis Jesuit downs Liberty to make state semifinals

Four different players scored goals on an impressive offensive output for a playoff game as the Regis Jesuit field hockey team topped Liberty 5-0 Tuesday night to earn a spot in the Final Four.

Jorge Soler, Braves overcome Charlie Morton injury, top Astros in Game 1

A healthy swing by Jorge Soler powered the Atlanta Braves to a smashing start in the World Series.

Disgruntled neighbor who killed 9 by arson gets life sentence

An Ohio man was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for killing nine people in his neighborhood in arson fires.

Nuggets appear to avoid catastrophe with Nikola Jokic, fall to Jazz for second straight loss

Now 2-2 on the season, the Nuggets will have several days to evaluate Jokic before Friday’s game vs. Dallas.

`Rust` producers hire lawyers for inquiry into deadly shooting as federal investigators interview crew

The company behind "Rust" said a federal inquiry into last week`s deadly on-set shooting was "standard practice."

Tristan Thompson Shares Sweet Pics of 4-Year-Old True Looking So Grown Up Next to Brother Prince

Tristan Thompson Shares Sweet Pics of 4-Year-Old True Looking So Grown Up Next to Brother Prince

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Longmont City Council awards pay raises to city manager, city attorney

Longmont`s City Council awarded pay raises to City Attorney Eugene Mei and City Manager Harold Dominguez on Tuesday night.

Editorial: Facebook’s status update: shady

What exactly is Facebook trying to hide? There are just so many options to choose from. Perhaps it’s the new whistleblower claims that allege Facebook constantly chooses growth and profits by ignoring hate speech and widespread misinformation. How about the claims that the company knowingly created a toxic environment for teen girls, leading to significant […]

CPW plan could mean higher bear hunting license quotas in Eagle County

Annual bear mortality in the Eagle and Roaring Fork valleys — an area identified by CPW as B-11 — has been increasing over the past 20 years, according to the management plan. In the past 10 years, 118 bears were killed on average each year. This figure jumped to an average of 135 bears per year in the past three years.

Loveland council passes 2022 budget on first reading

Loveland’s City Council voted to pass budgets and schedules of rates, fees and charges for the city’s 2022 fiscal year on Tuesday.

Area bicycle organizations host inaugural cycling-themed City Council candidate forum

Boulder City Council candidates were quizzed on their cycling knowledge Tuesday night during the city`s first cycling-themed City Council candidate forum.

Apple`s iPod Came Out Two Decades Ago

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Conversation: On October 23, 2001, Apple released the iPod -- a portable media player that promised to overshadow the clunky design and low storage capacity of MP3 players introduced in the mid-1990s. The iPod boasted the ability to "hold 1,000 songs in your pocket". Its personalized listening format revolutionized the way we consume music. And with more than 400 million units sold since its release, there`s no doubt it was a success. Yet, two decades later, the digital music landscape continues to rapidly evolve. The iPod expanded listening beyond the constraints of the home stereo system, allowing the user to plug into not only their headphones, but also their car radio, their computer at work, or their hi-fi system at home. It made it easier to entwine these disparate spaces into a single personalized soundtrack throughout the day. [...] The rise of touchscreen smartphones ultimately led to the iPod`s downfall. Interestingly, the music app on the original iPhone was called "iPod." The iPod`s functions were essentially reappropriated and absorbed into the iPhone. The iPhone was a flexible and multifunctional device: an iPod, a phone and an internet communicator all in one -- a computer in your pocket. And by making the development tools for their products freely available, Apple and Google allowed third-party developers to create apps for their new platforms in the thousands. As of this year, mobile devices are responsible for 54.8% of web traffic worldwide. And while music piracy still exists, its influence has been significantly reduced by the arrival of streaming services such as Spotify and YouTube. These platforms have had a profound effect on how we engage with music as active and passive listeners. Spotify supports an online community-based approach to music sharing, with curated playlists. [...] As of February this year, more than 60,000 tracks were being uploaded to Spotify each day. The experience of listening

Town Board caps rental home waitlist, holds public budget hearing

The Estes Park Town Board met on Tuesday (Oct. 26) night for their final meeting of the month and an array of topics, from the 2022 budget to the vacation home waitlist was discussed. Mayor Pro-tem Patrick Martchink was not in attendance. The meeting was called into session just hours after the town released statements […]

Breckenridge Town Council votes to hold hearing on Breckenridge Grand Vacations development

Breckenridge Town Council voted 6-1 to hold a hearing on the Breckenridge Grand Vacations gondola lot development master plan at its Tuesday, Oct. 26, meeting. Council member Dick Carleton voted for the hearing because he...

‘He has raised the bar’: UNC’s Tim Barrera becomes winningest soccer coach in Big Sky history

Tim Barrera sat on the University of Northern Colorado’s bench, arms casually rested along the seat back, as his 2014 team trailed by two points. UNC Athletic Director Darren Dunn was at one of the first soccer events since his hiring and was baffled. Why wasn’t he doing more? Why isn’t he at least standing? […]

Edgar Wright Responds to Stephen King’s ‘Last Night in Soho’ Tweet: “I Am Truly Humbled”

Angelenos weathered a cold and blustery Monday as temperatures dipped into the 50s and rain fell across the southland, conditions that seemed rather fitting for a premiere of a film set in London. And it did not go unnoticed. Standing on stage inside the Academy Museum’s David Geffen Theater just before 8 p.m., Focus Features’ […]

Need a Video Doorbell? You Can Snag a New HD Ring Camera for Just $60

The company`s new entry-level camera makes monitoring your home easier (and cheaper) than ever

For Crypto Sustainability, Look No Further Than Andrew Parry’s BTC Mine Australia

As the cryptocurrency economy continues to grow at a breakneck pace, the environmental harm produced by blockchain production waste will also continue to rise. Already... The post For Crypto Sustainability, Look No Further Than Andrew Parry’s BTC Mine Australia appeared first on The Village Voice .

Chauncey Leopardi Talks 20 years in Pot and Squintz Flower

Former-child star Chauncey Leopardi sat down with L.A. Weekly to talk about growing cannabis for half his life and the warm reception his Squintz flower line has received in the legal era.  Many big names have entered the legal market in recent years, but with the exception of Jim Belushi, it’s hard to think of […] The post Chauncey Leopardi Talks 20 years in Pot and Squintz Flower appeared first on LA Weekly .

Unvaccinated teacher put on unpaid leave files lawsuit against Westminster Public Schools

A teacher with Westminster Public Schools has filed a federal lawsuit against the district after being placed on unpaid leave for not being COVID-19 vaccinated.

Mark Few Arrest Video Shows Coach Arguing W/ Cops, Refusing Orders

Mark Few refused officers` orders repeatedly and appeared very annoyed and frustrated with cops during his DUI arrest in September, new police video obtained by TMZ Sports shows. The Gonzaga men`s basketball head coach was pulled over in Idaho at…

Denver`s Outdoor Dining Program Will Become Permanent

Starting in 2022. Tents, tables and even fishing huts have become common sights outside Denver restaurants, bars and breweries since shortly after the pandemic began and indoor dining closed across Colorado in March 2020. That May, the city launched a temporary outdoor dining program that allowed many Denver eateries to expand seating into parking lots, onto sidewalks and in streets, as well as other public spaces adjacent to their buildings.…

Iranian gas stations out of service after distribution network hacked

Gas stations from the National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company (NIOPDC) have stopped working today due to what appears to be a cyberattack that affected the entire distribution network. [...]

Under scrutiny, social media platforms make vague pledges to Congress

Amid intensifying pressure to come clean about how their products affect the mental and physical health of young users, officials from Snapchat, TikTok and YouTube promised on Tuesday to work with Congress to craft new guardrails for the social media industry. In most cases, officials from the three companies declined to endorse specific legislative proposals, […] The post Under scrutiny, social media platforms make vague pledges to Congress appeared first on Roll Call .

When the U.S. Navy Blue Angels Come to Town

Annie Lindgren North Forty News   The Great Colorado Air Show, hosted by the Northern Colorado Regional Airport, and produced by the Air Show Network, was held in Loveland on October 16 and 17. The [...] This post When the U.S. Navy Blue Angels Come to Town previously appeared on North Forty News .

A bigger picture look at the need for a community recreation center

On Oct. 18, the City Council of our great City of Cañon City unanimously passed a resolution supporting ballot measures 6A and 6B to fund and create a Community Recreation and Aquatic Center that would be operated by the Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District. I’ve been involved with the rec center initiative from […]

Chicago Fed, gasoline consumption, miles driven, new home sales

This seems to be holding up, though not yet back to pre covid levels: Up a bit from last month, but still looking weak: The post Chicago Fed, gasoline consumption, miles driven, new home sales appeared first on Mosler Economics / Modern Monetary Theory .

Dream House: Bend, Oregon Modern Agrarian Estate (20 Photos)

Striking Modern Agrarian estate nestled inside of the Idyllic Deschutes River Ranch with 2 miles of private Deschutes River waterfront & nearly 500 acres of ranch-community land set among exquisite estates. This custom home features walls of glass that seamlessly invite the outdoors in! Accents of reclaimed wood, lime plaster, cowhide panels & board-formed concrete … The post Dream House: Bend, Oregon Modern Agrarian Estate (20 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .

New synthesis process paves way for more efficient lasers, LEDs

Researchers have developed a new process that makes use of existing industry standard techniques for making III-nitride semiconductor materials, but results in layered materials that will make LEDs and lasers more efficient.

CityTalk — Serving up the (public) works

In this week’s episode of CityTalk, Times publisher Alan Wartes talks with City of Gunnison Public Works Director David Gardner and City Engineer Cody Tusing — about what it takes to keep Gunnison’s lights on, the water running, the snow removed and, well, the list goes on. Sponsored by the City of Gunnison. The post CityTalk — Serving up the (public) works first appeared on Gunnison Country Times .

A ‘gated community’ for the adventure inclined

The first time Ty Seufer made an offer to William Koch (yes, that William Koch, of the famously wealthy Koch dynasty) for the 805-acre property near the Royal Gorge, he offered him half of the $2.6 million asking price. Seufer didn’t hear back from the billionaire, but he expected as much. He’d try again if […] The post A ‘gated community’ for the adventure inclined appeared first on Boulder Weekly .