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    San Francisco 49ers star Nick Bosa is done for the year. The 49ers announced Monday night that Bosa tore his ACL Sunday against the Jets. That means we won’t be seeing him in an NFL game again until 2021. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) An MRI confirmed Nick Bosa suffered a torn ACL in yesterday’s game. We’re all wishing @nbsmallerbear a speedy recovery ???? pic.twitter.com/RN9fiFIBUI — San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) September 21, 2020 Well, I think we all knew this was coming, and now it’s a done deal. It’s wild that Saquon Barkley and Nick Bosa tore their ACLs on the same day. Week two was just brutal for the NFL. Star players were falling all over the place. Here’s the Nick Bosa injury play.pic.twitter.com/ipyH46WggR — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) September 20, 2020 Hopefully, Bosa is able to make a quick recovery because the 49ers need him on the field. It obviously won’t happen this year, but he should be ready for week one 2020. Not only do the 49ers need him...
    Big Basin Redwoods State Park Headquarters & Visitor Center was one of the structures lost to the blaze. Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images Visitors will not be permitted in Big Basin Redwoods State Park for at least 12 months, as park officials assess the damage from the CZU Lightning Complex Fire, the San Francisco Chronicle reported on Tuesday. Most redwoods survived the blaze, but the dried out soil poses the danger of flooding as the winter brings more rain. Gov. Gavin Newsom visited the park with other state officials on Tuesday. "If this is not a gut punch, then you're not truly conscious as a human being," he said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Big Basin Redwoods State Park in California will be closed to visitors for at least a year after the park incurred major damage from the wildfires that blazed through the state in August, the San Francisco Chronicle reported on Tuesday. Last week, the CZU Lightning Complex Fire burned through the park, destroying hundreds of redwoods in its path and leaving charred rubble...
    SAN FRANCISCO —  After being given the green light last week to resume the operation of some businesses under California’s sweeping new reopening blueprint, San Francisco city officials on Tuesday said they will follow local health indicators rather than the state’s “broad brush” guidelines. Under the new four-tier plan, San Francisco is in Tier 2, which means it could reopen restaurants for in-person dining with restrictions and immediately allow hair dressers and barbers to work indoors. The move comes in the wake of months of closures amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But plans announced by Mayor London Breed and Dr. Grant Colfax, the city’s director of public health, reflect a more cautious approach. Hair stylists are not being allowed to resume indoor operations for roughly four more weeks, and indoor dining is not even on the table. But officials did offer other reopening plans. In-person instruction for some K-6 students may be permitted in mid-September, and the city may allow in-person instruction for some middle schools in October. Hotels will be allowed to reopen for tourism within a couple of weeks;...
    Wednesday on Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) voiced his reaction to presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden’s selection of Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) as his running mate. Jordan said such a choice by Democrats suggests their vision for the country is modern-day San Francisco. “You know, all kinds of crazy left-wing policies and criticize President Trump,” he said. “Not like we haven’t seen this show before. I mean, think about what she said. The Democrat governors won’t let Americans go back to work, and then they blame President Trump for unemployment. I mean, it’s crazy, the policy. So Democrats won’t denounce the violence. Democrats won’t denounce the cancel culture mob. Democrats, they won’t denounce all the crazy things that are going on out there in our culture.” “They won’t denounce this crazy idea of defunding the police,” Jordan continued. “That’s what their ticket — that’s the Biden-Harris ticket today. So, look, I think the President is going to win. I know you do. I just feel it here in Ohio. This is the same...
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - San Francisco police will stop responding to neighbor disputes, reports on homeless people, school discipline interventions and other non-criminal activities as part of a police reform plan the mayor announced Thursday. Mayor London Breed said in a news release that on calls that don’t involve a threat to public safety, police would be replaced by trained, unarmed professionals to limit unnecessary confrontation between the police department and the community. “We know that a lack of equity in our society overall leads to a lot of the problems that police are being asked to solve,” she said in the release. “We are going to keep going with these additional reforms and continuing to find ways to reinvest in communities that have historically been underserved and harmed by systemic racism.” TOP STORIES Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Abraham Lincoln monument torched in Chicago: An absolute disgraceful act Democrats accuse Trump of racism for planning rally on Juneteenth in Tulsa Breed’s said as part of police reforms, the city will also strengthen accountability policies, ban...
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