Q&A with 49ers’ quarterback Trey Lance in advance of likely start vs. Houston

Trey Lance, the 49ers rookie quarterback who is the likely starter against the Houston Texans, spoke with the media Friday for the first time since Oct. 10 when he started a 17-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Here is the entirety of the press conference done via zoom teleconference: Q: Heard a lot about how… Continue reading Q&A with 49ers’ quarterback Trey Lance in advance of likely start vs. Houston

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CU Buffs hire Oregon’s Rod Chance to coach corners

Colorado cornerbacks coach Rod Chance One week after losing its cornerbacks coach to Pac-12 rival Oregon, Colorado has replaced him with Oregon’s former cornerbacks coach. On Friday, CU and head coach Karl Dorrell announced that Rod Chance has been hired to coach the Buffs’ corners. Chance spent the past two seasons in that role with… Continue reading CU Buffs hire Oregon’s Rod Chance to coach corners

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Louisville hospital remains closed due to smoke damage after being evacuated during Marshall fire

A hospital in Louisville evacuated because of the Marshall fire sustained extensive smoke damage and the facility will be closed “for the foreseeable future,” hospital officials said Friday. The campus of Avista Adventist Hospital did not sustain “direct fire damage,” according to a news release. On Thursday, hospital staff fought back flames with water hoses,… Continue reading Louisville hospital remains closed due to smoke damage after being evacuated during Marshall fire

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PHOTOS: Marshall fire devastates Boulder County communities, residents begin to take stock of damage

The Marshall fire that tore through parts of Superior and Louisville may have destroyed as many as 1,000 homes as it decimated entire neighborhoods, Gov. Jared Polis and Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle said Friday. But, in a development officials pointed to as miraculous, there have been no reported deaths connected to the 6,000-acre fire.… Continue reading PHOTOS: Marshall fire devastates Boulder County communities, residents begin to take stock of damage

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L.A. County COVID cases skyrocket to 27,000; health officials urge caution for New Year’s celebrations

Los Angeles County reported another surge in coronavirus cases Friday, prompting health officials to urge residents to curtail large New Year’s celebrations. The county recorded more than 27,000 new cases on the final day of 2021, more than during the last two days combined. Roughly 1 out of 4 people who are being tested are positive for a COVID-19 infection,… Continue reading L.A. County COVID cases skyrocket to 27,000; health officials urge caution for New Year’s celebrations

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Behind The Scenes Of New Year’s Eve Fireworks Shows Along Delaware River Waterfront

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Last year, the skies over Penn’s Landing did not light up for New Year’s Eve because of COVID. But this year, the fireworks shows are a go — at least tonight. The New Year’s Eve tradition on the waterfront was canceled last year due to COVID. But now it’s back. 2021 flew… Continue reading Behind The Scenes Of New Year’s Eve Fireworks Shows Along Delaware River Waterfront

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Philadelphia Anti-Violence Advocates Rattled As 2021 Wraps Up With 5 People Shot In Gun Battle

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Five people were shot late Thursday night in Germantown. Police say 87 bullets were fired. The dramatic shooting underscored a tragically violent year for the city of Philadelphia. Another night of violence on the streets of Philadelphia as surveillance video captures as many as six gunmen firing on a crowd outside of… Continue reading Philadelphia Anti-Violence Advocates Rattled As 2021 Wraps Up With 5 People Shot In Gun Battle

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