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    MANCHESTER CITY have sent physio Mario Pafundi out to Norway’s training camp to keep a close eye on Erling Haaland. The champions are delighted with the start their summer signing has made – with 14 goals in his first nine matches. 2Man City are determined to monitor Erling Haaland's fitness even on international dutyCredit: Getty 2Pep Guardiola is taking no chances on his free-scoring forwardCredit: Getty However they know the £51.4 million star’s final season at Borussia Dortmund was wrecked by injuries. And they want to make sure he sticks to the training routines which have worked so well for them during the opening six weeks of the season. Norway coach Stale Solbakken claimed Pafundi will effectively work as their third physio and will not work exclusively with Haaland. However he did admit the striker had recommended the medical man should be added to the backroom staff for the Nations League games against Serbia and Slovakia. Read More FootballFOOTBALL LATEST Leicester pricing up cost of Rodgers sacking EXCLUSIVE, Thomas Frank wantedHURLING ERLING Watch Haaland angrily shove camera at half-time after...
    Getty San Francisco 49ers defensive back Jaquiski Tartt making a play on the ball during an NFL contest. The New York Jets could go back to the well to add some more talent on the defensive side of the ball. Gang Green has used every avenue at their disposal to add talent across the roster, but there is still a lot more work that needs to be done. An analyst had a very interesting suggestion on who the green and white should consider adding next. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Fit That Just Makes Sense Play Takeaways from New York Jets Rookie Minicamp, Zach Wilson is looking BEEFYBoy Green is LIVE to talk about major takeaways from New York Jets rookie minicamp + throw out some saucy predictions for 2022 + answer your LIVE questions!2022-05-08T21:48:29Z On the Badlands feed, analysts Joe Caporoso and Connor Rogers were exploring potential additions to the Jets roster over the coming weeks. “You want another safety...
    Getty Greg Bell running with San Diego State in a 2021 game. It’s hard for undrafted free agents to break into the NFL, but the Detroit Lions have enjoyed success on that front in recent years which proves there is hope for the 2022 class. This year, Detroit’s class isn’t as big or as potentially star-studded as in years past, but they may have landed a few potential difference makers and one resides on the offensive side of the ball in former San Diego State running back Greg Bell. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! Bell went undrafted, but that doesn’t mean he should be forgotten at this point in time. Actually, quite the opposite. As Jordan Schultz said after the draft, fans would be wise to keep an eye on Bell as he makes his transition to Detroit in the coming months given what he offers on the field. Keep an eye on SDSU’s Greg Bell, who signed as an UDFA with...
    One of the toughest parts about having a pet is knowing there will be times you'll have to leave them at home alone while you head into the office, go away for a weekend getaway, or just have a light night out at an event. And, with many of us returning to the office after two years of working from home, our pets aren't used to us not being around all day—and some may have even developed pet separation anxiety. Of course, it can be pretty anxiety-inducing for humans too when we don't know what our pets are getting up to while we're out of the house—did we forget to shut the back door all the way so they don't get out? What if they run out of water before I get home? If you have pets, you too have probably also battled these worrisome thoughts while away. Of course, life must go on and that means leaving the house (and leaving our fur family members home alone) is going to happen from time to time. Fortunately, investing in a...
    In this article EFXScyther5 | Getty ImagesYour ticket to free credit monitoring for four years may be sitting in your inbox. If you signed up for this service a couple of years ago as part of the settlement from the 2017 massive data breach at credit-monitoring firm Equifax, you should have received information (or will by Feb. 25). It should come as either an email or mailed letter that includes instructions on how to activate your service, according to the Federal Trade Commission.  "This is kind of the payoff … for pretty much everyone who was subject to the Equifax data breach," said John Ulzheimer, a credit expert and president of the The Ulzheimer Group in Atlanta.  More from Personal Finance:These scams may cost you this tax seasonHere are 4 ways to slash your grocery billInflation eroded pay by 1.7% over the past year In the wake of Equifax's 2017 data breach, which compromised the personal information of roughly 147 million consumers — including names, birthdates and Social Security numbers — the company ended up as the target of multiple...
    With an $82,000 pile of debt, buying a house seemed far in the distance for Ehren Sixon and his wife, Florida residents who embarked on a debt-free journey in 2016. They opted for the debt snowball method, a debt payoff strategy that encourages motivation by quickly attacking the smallest balances first. The couple also tracked every milestone along the way with different visual aids as they paid off car loans, student loans and credit card debt. “We wanted to be able to track our progress and keep us motivated,” says Sixon, a 32-year-old systems engineer and part-time YouTuber. The internet is full of debt-tracking templates that can help you log milestones toward your debt-free goals. From coloring pages to spreadsheets, here’s how you can use visual aids to demolish debt. VISUAL AIDS MOTIVATE If you have a long journey ahead, a road map that logs your progress can offer support and encouragement. “You get lots of little dopamine hits from checking off those smaller milestones or those smaller elements along the way, and that really...
    A MOM made a terrible discovery in her toddler's unused diapers - a maggot had been trapped between the layers of cotton. She shared the video to warn parents about the situation. 2A mom discovered a live maggot inside her baby's unused diaperCredit: TikTok Becca Groberio shared on social media the moment she discovered a maggot crawling on her baby's diapers. In the video, she could be seen poking and probing at something moving inside the diaper. As she tried to push it out of the diaper, she realized it was a live maggot and quickly expressed her disgust. Along with the video, she wrote: "What the f**k is this? I was changing my baby's diaper and luckily I caught this before I put it on him. "Has anyone else had this problem with Pampers? I will never buy from them again." The Sun has reached out to Pampers for comment but didn't receive any at the time of publication. Most read in LifestyleSLOW DOWN, MA'AM Queen urged to QUIT after missing Remembrance amid growing health fearsHOT...
    Hollywood, Fla. (CBSMiami) – It’s the unfortunate reality these days, fake crowdfunding pages will go up along with legitimate ones. CBS 4 found multiple pages created for fallen Hollywood Officer Yandy Chirino Thursday morning, but there’s only one official page, this one. CBS4 contacted Hollywood Police about the pages, they said the family confirms they’re only in contact with organizer, Jovany Coronado. In addition, they say, watch out for potential fake accounts, because unfortunately, it happens all the time. READ MORE: Parkland Activist Dad Fred Guttenberg Joins Anti-Gun GroupGoFundMe also told CBS4, “In this case, we have seen multiple fundraisers in response and we’ve reached out to all organizers to better understand their connection to the Chirino family.” “A red flag that we do see though is if there are only 1 or 2 donations,” David McClellan, Social Catfish CEO said. McClellan’s company tracks scams and helps verify if someone is real online. “One of the things you can do with a Gofundme page, typically they’ll have an image and you can run on that image, and see where that...
    Joe Petito, father of missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito, asked the public for help in locating his daughter and bringing her home. On "America Reports," Petito pleaded with Americans all over the country to remember the images of his daughter and look for her whenever possible. Gabby Petito was reported missing after a cross-country road trip with her boyfriend in late August. The two lived in a converted camper van, and her father says she could be anywhere. Gabby was last known to be in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. FLORIDA POLICE CALL MISSING WOMAN'S CASE ‘ODD;’ VAN FOUND AT FIANCE'S FAMILY'S HOME AFTER COUPLE'S ROAD TRIP "Just keep focusing on her and what she looked like," Petito said. "If you're going to be traveling anywhere – because she could be anywhere. As far as I know right now, she could be anywhere." "I need everyone to be on the lookout for Gabby. This was way we can get her home and give her the care that she needs, because obviously she needs help, and we got to help." Police...
    The entertainment industry is competitive; with millions of talented actors across the globe, securing your spot in the industry is challenging. Even so, we have witnessed up-and-coming talent still make their way to the top—the most recent being young actor Tayson Madkour. Through determination, hard work, and exemplary skills, Tayson has not only established his spot, but he is taking over the scene. Tayson is an actor and social media influencer. Shooting to fame last year, he starred in the leading role in the famous miniseries “Rooney’s Last Roll.” He has starred in other series, including “Chicken Girls” and “The House of the Seven.” He has also done two social media tours; Lights out 2019 and Boys of Summer 2019. Growing up, Tayson recalls spending a significant amount of time watching TV shows. In fact, he often notes that he would find himself imitating the actors, but it wasn’t until his teenage years when he made his debut. In his words, “Acting has always been a part of me.” He recalls watching top actors like Mark Wahlberg and Pete Davidson....
    TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The New Jersey Poison Control Center has issued a warning about poisonous mushrooms. The center says the current wet weather creates the growth of dangerous wild mushrooms each year. Officials say parents should keep a close eye on dogs and children when around wild mushrooms. Ingestion can cause vomiting, dehydration and organ damage.
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s important to check on the elderly and pets during oppressive heat, but don’t forget to keep an eye on your kids, too. The pool is the obvious way to beat the heat, but really any form of cold water will do. READ MORE: FDNY: Children, Teens Among Those Injured After Lightning Strike In The Bronx “Campers have swim during day, but they also have water slides. We have the sprinklers on on our field as well,” said Katie Duffy, director of camps at Asphlat Green. At Asphalt Green summer day camp on the East Side, the extreme heat means a modified schedule. “We have a heavily indoor schedule or areas that utilize our outdoor spaces that are in shade,” Duffy told CBS2’s Alice Gainer. “We have water coolers everywhere you look, and all of our coaches and specialists will take time during the activity to say, ‘OK, stop. We’re going to go and have some water.’ Because it’s easy to forget.” Web Extra: Click here for the latest forecast and weather alerts Four-year-old Lily stayed...
    If your makeup has been sitting out since 2019, it's time for a refresh. Meaghan Skinner Photographer/Getty Images It's time to throw out any mascara you've had for six months or more. Liquid makeup can grow bacteria, so be careful about what you put near your eyes. Powders and lipsticks typically last between a year and two. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The pandemic has been going on longer than the lifespan of most makeup products. That means if you're digging up old eyeliners and lipsticks from a makeup bag circa 2019, it's probably time to toss them. Most cosmetics last between six months and a year, but it's not unusual to keep them for longer. Whether or not you should use old makeup depends on the product and how you store it. Two symbols tell you how long to keep makeupThe open cream jar icon, also known as the "Period After Opening" symbol, contains the number of months a product lasts once opened. Most products are marked "6M," "12M," or "24M" to correspond with their...
    Emergency crews in Hunterdon County are attempting to locate a pair of cows that escaped from their owner Friday morning. The cows were reported missing in Bethlehem Township just before 9 a.m., the Pattenburg Volunteer Fire Company said. Despite the department’s best efforts, the cows haven’t yet been found, authorities said. “Please everyone keep an eye out,” the department said. “They are still missing.” Bethlehem Twp, 859 am, with Bloomsbury Fire, Help Search for Missing Cows, we helped owner track them, but couldn't find them, Please Everyone Keep an Eye out ,they are Still Missing.Posted by The Pattenburg Volunteer Fire Company on Friday, July 9, 2021
    Yankees outfield trade target falls through, but keep an eye on him for later Alexander Wilson June 2, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees pulled off an exciting victory on Tuesday evening against the Tampa Bay Rays, thanks to a Clint Frazier diving catch at the top of the 10th inning and a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th. Despite the triumph, the Yankees have struggled considerably as of late, losing the previous four games prior to Tuesday night, scoring a total of six runs. They scored five in the win, despite earning only six hits. They totaled 11 strikeouts, with Aaron Judge walking three times — the team totaled seven. Hopefully, Frazier’s walk-off homer fueled an offensive improvement, injecting some positivity and momentum into a unit that has severely underwhelmed this year. The outfield is currently dealing with a number of issues: Ryan LaMarre hurt his hamstring a few weeks ago, Giancarlo Stanton is battling through a groin injury, and Aaron Hicks has been ruled out for the...
    Rose Smith says while the May 26 'flower super moon', which is coupled with a rare total lunar eclipse, is likely to be breathtaking for spectators it will also have a huge effect on everyone's emotions The super blood moon on Wednesday night is going to lead to some emotional highs and lows, according to a leading intuitive astrologer. Rose Smith says while the May 26 'flower super moon', which is coupled with a rare total lunar eclipse, is likely to be breathtaking for spectators it will also have a huge effect on everyone's emotions. Ms Smith said the combination of the two rare lunar events are bound to bring withheld emotions to the front of your mind.  'Full moons ordinarily can bring out the 'crazy' in people, but we can expect people doing crazier things than usual – and this can be attributed to pent up emotional tension. 'People should be trying to release this tension around the Super Blood Moon in healthy ways, sitting with their feelings and endeavouring not to deny them,' she told Daily Mail...
    New York Giants: One exciting offensive line position battle to keep an eye on Alexander Wilson May 24, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThere are a few factors that could hold back the New York Giants’ offense in 2021, and the offensive line remains one of them. Management didn’t do much to improve the unit this off-season, after ranking 31st in pass protection last year and allowing 45 sacks on Daniel Jones. Ultimately, there are reasons to be optimistic, considering the team will hold in-person training and have a regular preseason to utilize, but based on the performance of the unit over the past few years, it’s justifiable to be objective. The Giants feel confident at left tackle, left guard, and center. However, the right guard and right tackle positions remain a question after they released Kevin Zeitler and didn’t do much to help bolster the tackle spot opposite Andrew Thomas. They will be gaining Nate Solder back, but he hasn’t played right tackle since his rookie season in 2011. Nonetheless, let’s take a look...
    Getty Bengals stud Carl Lawson wreaking havoc in the backfield. One of the most important pieces to the New York Jets 2021 puzzle is edge rusher, Carl Lawson. Apparently, Chris Roling of Bleacher Report agrees. In a recent column, he listed the most notable NFL players that are worth keeping an eye out for during OTAs and Lawson made the cut. Some of the top reasons the former Cincinnati Bengals stud was listed are his price tag, expectations, and the Quinnen Williams factor.Money Makes the World Go RoundTop Highlights Of Carl Lawson's Career So Far | The New York Jets | NFLWatch some of the best plays from DE Carl Lawson so far in his career. Subscribe to the New York Jets YT Channel: bit.ly/2KRtBJd For more Jets NFL Action: bit.ly/2rkCbal #NewYorkJets #Jets #NFL For more Jets action: newyorkjets.com/2021-03-30T16:27:47Z This offseason the Jets shelled out over $45 million with $30 million of that guaranteed to the former Auburn product. Lawson earned the fifth-highest per year average on the open market of any NFL player ($15 million) and was...
    BRITS will tomorrow head to the polls to vote in a bumper crop of local elections that mark major tests for Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer. Dubbed "Super Thursday", ballots will be cast for the Scottish and Welsh parliaments, regional mayors and a crunch by-election in Hartlepool. Follow the latest local elections 2021 stories Keep up-to-date on the 2021 London mayoral election 7Boris Johnson on the campaign stump in the West Midlands today ahead of tomorrow's electionsCredit: AP More than 5,000 council seats are also up for grabs, along with a handful of local police and crime commissioners. Sir Keir, who is facing the country for the first time as Labour leader, is desperate to claw back voters in the party's traditional strongholds that switched to the Tories at the 2019 General Election. But recent polling projects the PM to make further inroads at what's left of the Red Wall. The future of the United Kingdom is also at stake as Nicola Sturgeon looks to clinch an SNP majority to demand another independence referendum. Such ramifications...
    George Floyd case verdict: Ex-officer Derek Chauvin found guilty of murder and manslaughter Netflixs flood of new subscribers has slowed to a trickle Chasing the next big thing on waivers is a big part of what we do every week, and we almost always focus on big performances from recent games -- a 10-strikeout performance here, a two-steal game there -- or changing roles and opportunities. However, this early in the season, your preseason opinion of a player should still hold more weight than nearly anything we've seen so far. © Provided by CBS Sports Sep 23, 2018; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Cubs right fielder Ian Happ (8) hits a double against the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field. It can be hard to remember that, of course, and in the constant roster churn to chase that next big thing, someone in your league might have made a big mistake, dropping a slow starter for someone who ends up being a flash in the pan. Sure, that slow starter may end up playing poorly all season long, but...
    Horror as a genre has had a bit of resurgence over the years, with a lot of new and old franchises coming back up to give it a much needed boost. This year proves to be no different, due to how stacked 2021 is with releases that fans of the genre will surely look forward to. Due to COVID-19, a lot of movies that were supposed to release in 2020, have been shifted to this year. Evil Eye Movie Review: Priyanka Chopra Jonas-Produced Spooky Thriller Is Unimaginative and Dull. So you now get a year filled with some really awesome releases, and here are a few that you should look out for: The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It A Still From The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Originally scheduled to release in September 2020, the film was pushed back to June 4, 2021. The story again follows Ed and Lorraine Warren with one of their most sensational cases yet; it starts with a fight for the soul of a young boy that takes...
    Imperial County, California: 15 killed in major vehicle crash After 85 years of building Miamis Black middle class, longshoremen face biggest crisis yet College football spring practice either has started or will soon begin for most of the sport, giving schools an opportunity to get in the pivotal program-building sessions that many lost when sports shut down in March 2020. Strict COVID-19 protocols remain in place while teams can practice, but the expectation is that we will get as close to a full spring practice season as we would normally expect.  © Provided by CBS Sports When it comes to spring practice, no storyline is more exciting than the quarterback battles. For some programs, the challenge is to replace a departed star at the position with several hungry candidates hoping to keep the standard of success and production high. Others might be carrying over uncertainty from 2020 with the plan being to solidify the position before the fall.  Many coaches lean on an "every job is open for competition" theme for spring practice, but for our purposes, we made...
    NBA : By Stefan Djordjevic/ sdjordjevic@eurohoops.net Tomorrow, March 2, is the set tip-off date for the Round of 16 stage in the Basketball Champions League and this year’s postseason might be the most interesting so far. It will surely feature something for every fan out there and Eurohoops has picked out five storylines to watch out for as the teams fight for a spot in the Final Eight. Group format bringing more excitement and competitiveness This year has been unique for every competition in sports and the Basketball Champions League has been no exception. FIBA’s elite league adjusted though with some changes and it adjusted well. Doubling up the number of groups (8 x 4) and playing every other week gave the teams much-needed spacing in the schedule to prepare, balance out the obligation but also postpone games and overcome any coronavirus-related challenges. However, outside of the technical advantages, it also brought out more from the teams which now had to take every game seriously in order to secure the two available tickets from each...
    When you’re working as a reporter, sometimes you have to find the stories, and sometimes they come to you. FOX 5 DC reporter Bob Barnard was reporting live on icy weather and road conditions in northern Virginia last Friday morning when a heart-warming puppy ran out into the street to greet him. "I don’t seen an owner," Barnard says as he leans down to scoop up the runaway pup. SIX-LEGGED DOG SURVIVES BIRTH IN REPORTED FIRST: ‘A MIRACLE’ Barnard had already scraped the ice off one viewer’s vehicle during the active live shot. After picking up the dog, he held onto the puppy as he continued chatting with the anchors back at the station. "I’ll keep an eye on her," he said, waving to someone off camera as the friendly pup licked the side of his face. Someone came out of a nearby home and explained that the puppy – whose name is Pierogi – had "jumped right through the gate." CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP "Life is good," Barnard says in the video as he reunites the woman and...
    BURBANK, Calif. -- When the pandemic first started, Tim Brehmer needed a hobby to keep him entertained while quarantining at home. Inspired by the Star Wars franchise, he made his own Stormtrooper outfit and took it to the streets to greet people. "And then I saw the show, The Mandalorian, and I was like, that's the one that's gonna make people laugh the most," Brehmer said.It takes Brehmer about 10 minutes to transform into his Mandalorian alter-ego, Mando the Manchild. The armor is custom cut and made out of cosplay foam to mimic best guard steel. "The reactions are just priceless," Brehmer said of the people who see him riding 30 miles per hour through traffic on his skateboard. One young boy was lucky enough to catch the Mandalorian riding past his outdoor birthday party just in time for Mando to light the candles on the boys cake with his built-in flamethrower. Brehmer's goal is to make people happy. He said, "No matter what you do, the sun is gonna rise and the sun is gonna set. You might as...
    Days before filming Hierro again, Candela Peña (Barcelona, ​​47 years old) spoke with her friend Rosa María Sardà for the last time. “Of course, I didn’t know it would be the last time. In fact, I told her that I was a happy woman and that even if things were bad for me, I didn’t want to settle in bitterness, that I was a palante. And I criticized her because she had been installed, at times, in anger. I criticized her… But my friend, whom I love, ”she says, and her voice worsens each of these words, as Peña suppresses a sob. « This was a Tuesday [9 de junio de 2020]; she died on Thursday; on Monday we started shooting. And that sadness, that sorrow, I put it in the judge [protagonista de la serie], I could not avoid it. They put a tremendous security protocol on the set and I was so heavy that I had a mask that seemed silly to me ”. It has been a little over a year and a half that Hierro made Peña...
    New York Giants: 3 wide receivers the Giants fans should keep an eye out for during the National Championship Game By: Christopher Reiss January 11, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe Alabama Crimson Tide and Ohio State Buckeyes are playing on Monday night in the National Championship Game. This is the last time NFL teams will see these players play in a live game before they go through the NFL Draft process. The New York Giants need a No.1 wideout to be paired up with Daniel Jones. All Giants players and fan’s eyes will be glued to the T.V., watching hopefully one of their future playmakers on the outside. Here are three WRs, the New York Giants could be interested in: DeVonta Smith, Alabama DeVonta Smith is arguably the best wideout in college football and will easily be the best wideout you see on Monday. Most draft analysts expect Smith to be off the board when the Giants pick, but what happens if Smith falls or if the New York Giants trade up? The 6-foot-1...
    Yankees News/Rumors: Keep an eye on Tomoyuki Sugano, Brett Gardner return By: Alexander Wilson December 25, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees are in the market for starting pitching, but with free agency developing slowly this year due to COVID-19, we shouldn’t expect general manager Brian Cashman to make any expedited moves. He’s waiting to see how valuable players are after an abbreviated 2020 season, which subsequently drove valuations to polarizing ends of the spectrum. However, there is one foreigner that could be intriguing for the Yankees, and they have prioritized Japanese stars in the past. This time around, it is Tomoyuki Sugano of the Yomiuri Giants. Sugano has been phenomenal in the Japanese league, posting a 1.97 ERA this past year with 14 wins and 2 losses. Over 137.1 innings, he struck out 131 batters and earned 8.6 strikeouts per nine. While the Bombers are usually the team that pursues star Japanese players, the New York Mets could be in the market for Sugano this time around with new owner Steve...
    A vote is scheduled for Monday on the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett. Conservatives might rest easy that this process is all over but the party-line voting. But no one should ever forget that the left has played the dirtiest of dirty pool on Supreme Court nominations, even when it seemed like the fight was over. The politics of character assassination can explode with a fever pitch. In 1987, Democrats and the media smeared Robert Bork as a racist and a sexist, and he was denied a seat on the court despite his sterling credentials. Ted Kennedy made an atrocious speech on the Senate floor about “Robert Bork’s America” being a place where we’d return to “back-alley abortions,” and “segregated lunch counters,” and schools would be banned from teaching evolution. People for the American Way put out a vicious ad starring actor Gregory Peck making the claim that Bork favored punishing blacks with poll taxes and literacy tests and segregation. It was all lies. In 1991, just when it seemed like Clarence Thomas was in the clear, the...
    Dear Stoner: I’ve noticed some bags developing under my eyes since I started smoking pot every day. Are they connected?Droopy Dawg Dear Droopy: The perma-stoned look is usually an easy face to snap out of — just stop smoking weed for a half-day — but you're not the only one to report new eye baggage after sustained use. Still, like many rumored side effects of the plant, it hasn't yet been broached by institutional science. We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a City Engaging with our readers is essential to Westword's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Denver's stories with no paywalls. Support Our Journalism Unsplash/Soroush Karimi Related Stories Ask a Stoner: Masks Hide My Red Eyes and Hash Pen Hits Is Eye Movement the Secret to Detecting Stoned Drivers? Ask a Stoner: How Much Weed Can I Smoke and Still Legally Drive? Marijuana Deals Near YouAlthough there are plenty of doctors who will explain why you get red eyes from smoking (blood vessels dilate...
    Your parents always told you to keep an eye on the road, and now that you’re all grown up, you can admit that they were right. But no matter how focused you are behind the wheel, anything can happen at a moment’s notice, and oftentimes, a single pair of eyes isn’t enough. Whether you’re on your morning commute to work or off on a road trip with the family, having an extra set of eyes on the road can make a huge difference. And with this WiFi dash cam by Rexing®, you can be sure you never miss a thing. That’s because it can record things happening both inside and outside the car, providing you with high-quality footage you can look back on with the click of a button. Unlike other dash cams out there, this Rexing® V3 Dual Full HD WiFi Dash Cam is about as multi-functional as it gets. In addition to its front and in-cabin HD camera, it also boasts in internal GPS logger that provides timestamps as well as location and speed info on all your...
    WARD, Colo. (CBS4)– Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking the public to keep an eye out for a moose with a rope tangled in its antlers. The bull moose was spotted around the Brainard Lake Recreation Area earlier this week. (credit: Dan Reynolds) Thursday morning, YouReporter Dan Reynolds captured video of the moose near Lake Isabelle and shared the information with CPW. He said he was concerned the rope is also around the animal’s neck. Wildlife officers told CBS4 they have been to the area several times looking for the moose, but have yet to track it down. (credit: Dan Reynolds) “Obviously we would like to catch up with this beautiful bull moose and help it out,” Jason Clay, spokesperson for CPW, said. “It can be challenging to catch up with it, then get close enough to tranquilize it. A few stars need to align, but we will keep trying to track it down and free it of the rope.” Anyone who sees the moose should not approach it, but instead contact Colorado Parks & Wildlife.
    Coronavirus is keeping most people at home this weekend, but Pat Barrett has his own plans for the Fourth of July. Barrett and his wife Penny will be spending Saturday at a fire station by Foothills Park in Palo Alto, face-masks and binoculars handy. From their perch, they’ll be able to spot any smoke or sparks that could lead to a brush fire in the hills, and radio it in so fire crews can snuff it out. Volunteers like Barrett are chipping in as fire departments across the Bay gear up for the holiday, and the fire danger that typically comes with it. This year, complaints about illegal fireworks are already at an unusual high. Between the fireworks and the hot, dry conditions, some departments are already seeing an increase in fires. “It’s incredibly challenging,” said Robert Lipp, an assistant chief at the Oakland Fire Department. “We’ve had several fires that have been either directly threatening or nearly threatening homes due to the fireworks. And this is happening earlier than it has in the past.” Just last Sunday, 56 Oakland...
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