2 Dallas Firefighters Remain In Intensive Care Following Apartment Complex Explosion

DALLAS (CBSFW.COM) – Questions, fears and prayers after a mysterious explosion at a South Dallas apartment complex seriously injured eight people including four Dallas firefighters, Wednesday, Sept. 29. One building partially collapsed and will be demolished. There were reports of a natural gas leak at the time but Wednesday night, Atmos Energy insisted its system… Continue reading 2 Dallas Firefighters Remain In Intensive Care Following Apartment Complex Explosion

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Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus announces he is cancer free: ‘I feel so blessed’

(NEXSTAR) – Blink-182 bassist and singer Mark Hoppus gave a joyful update Wednesday afternoon in his battle against cancer. “Just saw my oncologist and I’m cancer free!!,” Hoppus wrote on Instagram. “Thank you God and universe and friends and family and everyone who sent support and kindness and love.” Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus announces cancer diagnosis:… Continue reading Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus announces he is cancer free: ‘I feel so blessed’

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Residents evacuated by Ptarmigan fire allowed back home Thursday morning

Wet and cooler weather calmed the Ptarmigan fire on Wednesday, and people who evacuated their homes because of the wildfire will be allowed back in on Thursday morning. The fire had minimal growth on Wednesday, although there was fire burning within the interior of the fire zone, fire officials said. Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons… Continue reading Residents evacuated by Ptarmigan fire allowed back home Thursday morning

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Trevor Story’s likely final home game at Coors Field ends with Rockies’ victory

The final home game of the Rockies’ 2021 season began with a small but classy gesture. Two-time all-star shortstop Trevor Story took the field by himself Wednesday afternoon at Coors Field. His teammates wanted him to have a solo moment in the sun. Story, playing what was almost certainly his final game at Coors Field in… Continue reading Trevor Story’s likely final home game at Coors Field ends with Rockies’ victory

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Four suspects arrested in shooting death of man in Denver

Four suspects have been arrested in connection to the shooting death of a man in Denver. Related Articles 2 women stabbed to death in Denver overnight, suspect arrested Man arrested on investigation of second-degree murder after death at Denver home for intellectually disabled 18-year-old sentenced to 30 years in prison for 2019 shooting that left… Continue reading Four suspects arrested in shooting death of man in Denver

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Janitors at Denver International Airport vote to strike against contractor

Members of the Service Employees International Union Local 105 who work as janitors at Denver International Airport have voted for a strike over wages and workloads. Union officials said Wednesday that during three days of voting, 99% of the approximately 250 SEIU members who cast ballots backed a strike. A strike could start as early… Continue reading Janitors at Denver International Airport vote to strike against contractor

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Kiszla: Refusal to get COVID-19 vaccine makes Michael Porter Jr. a rebel without a clue

Did the Nuggets give more than $200 million to a selfish, misguided headcase? Michael Porter Jr can shoot that rock. No doubt about it. But he can be rock-headed and stubborn to the point where it’s detrimental to Denver’s pursuit of a championship. As the Nuggets opened training camp in San Diego, Porter told The… Continue reading Kiszla: Refusal to get COVID-19 vaccine makes Michael Porter Jr. a rebel without a clue

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Dogs accused of attacks in Palatine, Elmwood Park to be euthanized

PALATINE, Ill. — Two dogs at the center of recent lawsuits following vicious attacks in Palatine and Elmwood Park have struck again. Last week, attorneys representing a man and woman attacked by two dogs in the Village of Palatine announced their intent to file a lawsuit following another assault in Elmwood Park weeks later. According to… Continue reading Dogs accused of attacks in Palatine, Elmwood Park to be euthanized

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What is going on at FCI Dublin? First prison guards, now warden charged with sexual abuse of incarcerated women

DUBLIN — In the latest shocking allegation of sexual abuse by an employee at the East Bay’s low-security women’s federal prison, the warden of FCI Dublin has been charged with sexually assaulting an incarcerated woman and ensuring he she would be powerless if she tried to put a stop to it. It is the third… Continue reading What is going on at FCI Dublin? First prison guards, now warden charged with sexual abuse of incarcerated women

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Marathon to pay $2 million for air quality violations at idled Martinez oil refinery

MARTINEZ — Marathon Petroleum has agreed to pay $2 million in a settlement with air quality regulators stemming from a slew of environmental violations, including a 2014 flaring event at its Golden Eagle Refinery. The violations — 58 in all — were racked up by former oil company Tesoro when it managed the Martinez refinery… Continue reading Marathon to pay $2 million for air quality violations at idled Martinez oil refinery

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