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    This Sunday’s game between the Denver Broncos and the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London is only streaming on ESPN+. Here’s how to watch. The NFL heads across the pond to London, UK for one final game in 2022. The ailing Denver Broncos (2-5) will face the talented but faltering Jacksonville Jaguars (2-5) on Sunday at 9:30 AM ET. This is the NFL’s third game in London this season. The Minnesota Vikings hung on to win the first matchup against the New Orleans Saints at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The following weekend, the New York Giants announced to the football world that they are relevant again when they outlasted Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. The action shifts from Hotspur Stadium to Wembley Stadium for the first time this season. Several storylines converge around this game, as Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos try to stop the bleeding. Wilson spoke the press earlier this week about the flight to London, and his calisthenics throughout the flight, presumably while the rest of his team was sleeping. Twitter had fun with Wilson’s...
    Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said the win over Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos was “really rewarding” for former players. Entering the 2022 season, the Seattle Seahawks were not expected to have much success. Instead, they were able to pull off the massive upset win over the Denver Broncos, who had the quarterback they traded away in Russell Wilson. During an appearance on the 710 ESPN Radio in Seattle, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll was asked whether the win was “validating.” That is when Carroll said that he “just wanted to win” and that it was “really rewarding” for the former players. Pete Carroll reveals how badly he wanted to defeat Russell Wilson and BroncosWhen asked by Mike Salk “why did it mean so much” for the former players, Carroll responded with “you figure that out.” Former players like Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin sent out tweets immediately after the game reacting to Seattle’s win over Denver. This offseason, the Seahawks traded Wilson to the Broncos in exchange for quarterback Drew Lock, tight end Noah Fant, defensive lineman...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is helping redefine and reimagine the way Black Americans are portrayed and casted in the performing arts. It is hosting the world premiere of “In The Upper Room,” a new play currently showing at the Kilstrom Theater. The show spends a little more than two hours showcasing a Black family’s journey through the 1970s, combining drama and comedy with a dabble of mysticism. “Often times, in the birth of theater as we know it in this country, Black life has been depicted as a very certain kind of thing,” said Matthew Hancock, one of the stars of the performance. (credit: DCPA) Hancock, and his costar Sydney Cole Alexander, sat down with CBS4’s Dillon Thomas ahead of their four week stay at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The duo talked about how their passion for the arts and remolding the way African Americans experience the performing arts was made possible in-part by the support of the DCPA. “They are one of the preeminent voices of theater in this country,”...
    THIS is how Denver International Airport became a conspiracy hub with claims of alien meetings in tunnels and artwork that predicts the apocalypse. According to Fly Denver, rumors and theories have swirled around the international airport in Denver, Colorado, since it opened up in 1995. 7There are a handful of theories and rumors about Denver International AirportCredit: Getty - Contributor 7Some conspiracists believe the airport has tunnels connected to Cheyenne Mountain Some conspiracists believe The New World Order and aliens built the airport, secret messages are written on the floor, and the airport has extraterrestrial map coordinates. The airport's website explains: "Our underground tunnels lead to secret meeting facilities for the world’s elite. "Our blue horse is thought to be cursed. Some believe we are connected to the New World Order and the Freemasons. "Some even say we’re home to a colony of lizard people." ALIEN MEETINGS Some conspiracists think The New World Order and alien executives have conference meetings below the airport. Fly Denver explains that is not the case, but in reality, there's "a world (of...
    DENVER (CBS4)– Along Santa Fe Drive a First Friday Artwalk was underway Friday night and it felt good to a lot of people. “Most of the artists that participated in this exhibit aren’t really so much into trying to sell as they were into the whole concept of this show,” said artist Emanuel Martinez. READ MORE: CU Boulder Students March In Protest After 2 Reports Of Sexual Assault At A Fraternity (credit: CBS) He was inside the Museo De Las Americas where art and culture dated back to Pre-Columbian times. “Normally there’s an older crowd of people like myself that come here,” but the crowd was younger. The older crowds have been slower to return in the pandemic era. They are often the buyers of art. “We have lost a decade of growth in one year’s time,” said Christin Crampton Day, executive director of The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. The arts organization has done a look at the development of the arts and economic activity for decades. In the recession of the late 2000s, things fell off...
    If you’re looking to get a permit application for a special event with Denver Parks and Recreation, the city released the following details: November 1 marks the first day Denver Parks And Recreation will begin accepting permit applications for 2022 public events, special occasions, public assembly, and event facilities. There is no longer an in-person application process, therefore, everyone is encouraged to review the application process prior to November 1. Individuals and organizations interested in applying for park permits must submit their 2022 Park Permit Application via email to park.permits@denvergov.org beginning at 8 a.m. on November 1. Those interested in making a reservation request for an Event Facility (Central Park Pavilion, City Park Pavilion and Washington Park Boathouse) must apply online beginning at 8 am on November 1. Reservation requests for Chief Hosa Lodge, Fleming Mansion and Montclair Civic Building are accepted, online, one year in advance of the desired rental date and are currently being accepted for 2022. Information, specific details on the November 1 process are available at http://www.denvergov.org/permits. For additional information, please call 720-913-0700 (press 6)...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation says Colorado is outpacing the nation with job postings. However, they say not every industry is able to recover as quickly as others. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) They put together a COVID-19 Resiliency and Recovery Report to delve into the topics more. READ MORE: Frontier Airlines Offers $69 Flights From Denver To Los Cabos The EDC tracks how nine cluster industries are doing during and after the pandemic. The group says due to lockdowns and restrictions, the leisure and hospitality industries were hit hard. READ MORE: Denver Public Schools Requires Masks For All Students, Staff While Indoors However, Colorado is maintaining a higher level of labor force compared to other states. MORE NEWS: Kyle Vinson, Man Injured In Violent Aurora Police Arrest, Doesnt Understand Why He Was Brutalized The focus is now attracting and maintaining a good employee group while employers work to figure out their COVID-19 policies for the future.
    (CBS4) – A nationwide labor shortage – mainly concentrated in the hospitality and leisure industry – continues to hurt local Colorado businesses. Elitch Gardens canceled its 4th of July fireworks show due to low staffing, and downtown Denver restaurants are concerned about the upcoming MLB All-Star Game, because they are so short-staffed. (credit: CBS) “The restaurant scene in Colorado is struggling,” said Denise Mickelsen with the Colorado Restaurant Association. “People are vaccinated, you know restrictions are gone and everyone is excited to get back out to restaurants and summer patios, however, the restaurants just simply do not have enough staff to give and provide the highest quality that they would want.” READ MORE: Crews Battle 10-15 Acre Red Rock Fire North Of Palisade So, what’s the cause for the shortage? CU Denver Assistant Professor of Economics Chloe East says lack of childcare is likely one reason. “Limited childcare access is harmful for parents and particularly for mothers with young preschool-age kids,” East said. “If we were to reopen childcare more than we have, I would expect to see an increase...
    Even with Drew lock as the quarterback, Denver Broncos linebacker Malik Reed sees much potential on offense for 2021 Take Drew Lock out of the equation for a second. What kind of team are the Denver Broncos entering 2021? Consider this a warning to all 31 other teams. If Lock is “the guy,” Denver might be ready to take the next leap in 2021. Next: Packers experience played role in Bashaud Breeland signing with Vikings
    Jerry Oppenheimer is a bestselling biographer of the Clintons, Kennedys and other iconic families. He recently reported on the recall campaign of California Governor Gavin Newsom for DailyMail.com  By moving the All-Star Game from suburban Atlanta to a stadium in Denver, Major League Baseball may have gone from the frying pan into the fire in the controversial case of cancel culture. MLB ignited a firestorm last Friday - with the support of President Joe Biden - when it announced it was moving America's pastime's biggest game next to the World Series because it disagreed with a new Georgia voting law that liberal critics say helps Republicans and hurts minorities. But the new venue, Coors Field, in Denver, comes with its own dark cloud of controversy, and may ignite even more problems. The MLB decision-makers seemed to have forgotten that Denver's Coors Field is named for Coors Brewing Company, which for more than a decade beginning back in the 1970s was accused of discrimination in its hiring, and other questionable practices.  MLB pulled its All-Star Game from Georgia over its...
    Texas snowstorm endangers people with chronic illnesses ByteDance tried to build an algorithm to censor Uighur livestreams on TikToks Chinese sister app, a former employee has claimed The U.S. reported over 64,000 new cases of coronavirus on Feb. 17, bringing the total count to more than 27,400,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 470,000 COVID-19-related deaths -- the highest death toll of any country. New cases continue to rise, albeit at a slowing rate. In the past week, there were an average of 27.8 daily new coronavirus cases per 100,000 Americans -- a decrease from the week prior, when there were an average of 39 daily new coronavirus cases per 100,000 people. © Provided by 24/7 Wall St. While new data shows that the risk of contracting COVID-19 is high in almost every part of the country, cities continue to be the sites of major outbreaks and superspreader events. Experts agree that the virus is more likely to spread in group settings where large numbers of people routinely have close contact with one another,...
    A BLM supporter who lost his eye after being shot in the face by police during a "peaceful" protest is suing for damages. The man, from Colorado, is suing both the city and county of Denver after claiming he was shot with a rubber bullet in the right eye by police during a BLM protest. 6Russell Stone was left with a prosthetic eye following the injury last June at a protest over the death of George FloydCredit: Fox 31 6The protester says he did nothing to antagonize police during the demonstration - and is now launching a lawsuitCredit: Fox 31 6Police tactics at the protests were called ‘troubling’ by the Denver's independent oversight bodyCredit: Getty Images - Getty According to Fox31, Russell Strong claims it left him blinded in his right eye - and had it replaced with a prosthetic eye following the injury last June at a protest over the death of George Floyd. Recalling the incident, Mr Strong said he was carrying a sign that read, "No Justice, No Peace", when he was shot by the rubber bullet....
    This story was originally published on Feb. 1. DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Broncos safety Kareem Jackson has earned $69,656,250 in his 12-year playing career, according to Spotrac. This includes signing a three-year $33 million deal with the Broncos in 2019. RELATED: Nuggets See Second Postponement Of A Game This Season Due To COVID But, back in high school, he used to work at Foot Locker in high school so he could get discounts on sneakers. When he made it to the NFL as a first-round pick with the Houston Texans in the 2010, he signed a five-year $13.25 million deal. Kareem Jackson #22 of the Denver Broncos celebrates after a defensive stop in the third quarter of a game against the Tennessee Titans at Empower Field at Mile High on October 13, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images) He recently talked with GQ about how he spent the first $1 million and a little bit more of his rookie contract. $600,000 House in Houston “I got to this one house and just kind of fell in love with...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – The Houston Texans released defensive lineman J.J. Watt early Friday morning. With the three-time Defensive Player of the Year now a free agent, how would Watt fit in with the Denver Broncos? The Broncos have $32.07 million in cap space, according to Over The Cap. The Broncos could add $11.8 million to the cap if they release five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Jurrell Casey. RELATED: Deshaun Watson Trade Rumors: Texans QB Reportedly Intrigued By Broncos, 49ers As Next Destination HOUSTON, TEXAS – JANUARY 03: J.J. Watt #99 of the Houston Texans looks on against the Tennessee Titans during a game at NRG Stadium on January 03, 2021 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) Denver has five defensive linemen that are free agents, including Demarcus Walker who had 4.5 sacks and Shelby Harris who had 2.5 sacks last season. The Broncos have also invested two draft picks on defensive linemen in the last two drafts with McTelvin Agim (3rd round, 2020) and Dre’Mont Jones (3rd round, 2019). RELATED: Rockies Rated As Having Worst Batting Lineup...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Broncos safety Kareem Jackson has earned $69,656,250 in his 12-year playing career, according to Spotrac. This includes signing a three-year $33 million deal with the Broncos in 2019. But, back in high school, he used to work at Foot Locker in high school so he could get discounts on sneakers. When he made it to the NFL as a first-round pick with the Houston Texans in the 2010, he signed a five-year $13.25 million deal. DENVER, CO – OCTOBER 13: Kareem Jackson #22 of the Denver Broncos celebrates after a defensive stop in the third quarter of a game against the Tennessee Titans at Empower Field at Mile High on October 13, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images) He recently talked with GQ about how he spent the first $1 million and a little bit more of his rookie contract. $600,000 House in Houston “I got to this one house and just kind of fell in love with it. And actually, it is the house that I’m still in today. You know, I felt...
    When you think of breakout stars from the 2020 NBA season, more than a few names might pop into your head. But narrow it down to the NBA bubble in Orlando and think of the most emerging player. And there is one name that stand outs among the other, and that is none other than Denver Nuggets‘ Jamal Murray. The Canadian athlete is on cloud nine right now since he is everyone’s cup of tea, and the belle of the ball. The reputed SLAM magazine is also capitalising on his newfound fame. They named him their cover athlete for their annual issue. Jamal Murray on his introverted nature Born and raised in Ontario, Canada, Murray would hoop for ‘hours and hours’ as a 3-year-old. In 2015, he moved to Kentucky, USA to feature in the NCAA tournament and further his chances of making it to the NBA. And in his own words, he is not the type of guy who talks or interacts a lot. Rather, he prefers to let his game do all the talking for him. He said,...
    Even as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect countries around the globe, researchers are hard at work trying to understand what happened and how such tragedies can either be prevented or mitigated in the future. Prominent among these efforts is a new spreadsheet developed by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), where a team is attempting to track what are described as "ARS-CoV-2 Superspreading Events from Around the World" — and Colorado appears all too often on it. The document (accessible on Google Drive by clicking here), currently includes 137 superspread events in this state out of a total 1,521. As noted by Florida's Poynter Institute, which is touting the spreadsheet, the database provides information and brief descriptions about each event's location and whether it took place inside or outside, as well as geographic coordinates for mapping purposes. A wide range of countries is included, from Argentina and Australia to Singapore and Vietnam.Related Stories Hancock: Rising COVID-19 Numbers Put Crackdowns, Shutdown on Table COVID-19 Update: Inside Colorado's Third Wave COVID-19: Polis on Why He's Extending Statewide Mask Order...
    With a vote fast approaching in a Denver City Council committee, city planners are trying to conjure up a magic number: just how many unrelated adults can live together in the same home. "We’ve heard quite a few concerns from you over the course of these last few meetings about those current proposals: chiefly, the number of people allowed to live in a dwelling unit, and concerns of very large households of unrelated adults," Andrew Webb, the senior city planner spearheading an overhaul the group-living aspects of Denver's zoning code, said at an October 6 Denver City Council Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee meeting. The current version of the proposal, which has been in the works since March 2018, suggests increasing the number of unrelated adults who can live together in the same household from two to a base of five, with the chance to increase this number to ten, depending on the square footage of a home. (An unlimited number of relatives would be allowed to live in these households, too, as is currently the case in Denver.)Related...
    (CBS4) – With a nip of fall arriving this weekend, many families are now trying to decide how to handle Halloween this year. The CDC has issued guidance against traditional door-to-door trick or treating, events like “trunk or treating” as well as saying we should avoid haunted houses. (credit: CBS) So how do we safely celebrate Halloween in the midst of a pandemic? That’s one of the questions CBSN Denver asked CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida this week. “Welcome to the 2020 version of Halloween,” was Dr. Dave’s first response. “Probably the best behavior at this time is to make things a little bit more family oriented, like pumpkin carving or maybe scary movies.” “Everything is really based on staying within your own group of people that you live with so there is a lower risk or spread or catching something.” “The recommendation if you are going to give out candy, perhaps you do individual little party bags and put them on your driveway or sidewalk for anyone who would come to your home.” Another important factor to consider...
    What pandemic? No one knows when the COVID-19 crisis will pass, but the Mile High City real estate scene continues to operate at a fever pitch, with the average closing price for a house in July, as calculated by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors, landing at $601,863, an all-time record. This number is even more remarkable when placed in historical context. According to DMAR, the highest average price for a home in metro Denver prior to the Great Recession of 2007-2009 was $288,916 in 2006. The market plunged after that, and in 2010, a year after the economic cloud finally began to lift, the average price of $259,084 still hadn't made up all the ground that was lost.Related Stories Denver Is Number Two U.S. City for Gentrification, New Study Says Why Denver Home Prices Are So High in Allegedly Overvalued Market COVID-19: Denver Real Estate Demand Still Strong, Expert Says In the years that followed, however, Denver's economy boomed, and attendant lifestyle factors (including an early embrace of recreational marijuana) quickly made the city among the hottest locations...
    June is a month for celebrating liberation. Juneteenth, the June 19 holiday marking the day in 1865 when slaves in Texas learned that they were free, draws crowds every year to celebrate black culture in the United States. Pride commemorates the Stonewall Riots in late June and early July 1969, the most significant queer uprisings against police violence in United States history, during which drag queens, transgender people and gay men fought off the police after a raid on a New York City gay bar. But as with most things 2020, this year’s festivities are going to be different. Related StoriesNine Ways to Celebrate Pride in DenverJuneteenth Music Festival and More Online ConcertsFelony Misdemeanor Brings Black Diamonds to a "Stale" Drag SceneFirst, this June will go down in history because of the national movement against police violence and for black liberation — bringing a decidedly revolutionary spirit to both holidays. And second, well, the global pandemic has forced organizers to push most Pride and Juneteenth celebrations online. We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life...
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