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Money U.S. auto sales back on track in April

new-vehicle sales rose 4% in April to 1.51 million units, compared with the same period a year earlier, according to Autodata. Discounts rose 13% in April, compared with a year earlier, to $3,021 per vehicle, according to TrueCar. That far outpaced the 1.9% increase in average transaction prices to $33,865, according to Kelley Blue Book.
USA Today
04/05
27 Points

Golden man gets 30 years to life for sexual assault of 18-year-old

Police also found his a footprint on the apartment door where he attempted to kick it down after realizing he had left the items behind, according to the release.Gonzales and the victim lived in the same apartment complex but had never met, according to the release. "Gonzales deserves every minute of his sentence."Natalie Munio: 303-954-1666, [email protected] or @nataliemunio.
The Denver Post
03/05
8 Points
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40% of working Colorado renters spend more than a third of income on housing

As housing costs have skyrocketed across the Front Range, 371,000 Coloradans paid more than 30 percent of their pre-tax income in 2014 toward rent and utility bills, according to data released Monday by a national renters' advocacy campaign.That's a 27 percent increase since 2005 in the number of workers considered to be rent burdened, according to Make Room, which analyzed U.S. In 2015, Denver metro area wages increased 0.6 percent, Reynolds said.
The Denver Post
02/05
7 Points

Housing crisis: Bay Area school districts struggling to retain teachers

Some districts, such as Pittsburg, are giving $2,500 bonuses to try to woo new teachers in certain subjects, and other districts have proposed affordable housing developments for teachers. Teachers in wealthier districts, while often better paid, are facing the same problems. Many districts, struggling to find fully qualified teachers, are hiring teachers on emergency credentials, which comprised a third of all new credentials issued in the 2014-2015 school year.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
8 Points

Little Richard gravely ill, according to reports

Contact him at Facebook.com/BayAreaNewsGroup.TonyHicks or Twitter.com/tonyhicks67. Little Richard may have serious medical issues, after legendary bassist Bootsy Collins tweeted "A friend, a legend & some say the true King of Rock & Roll. Lil-Richard needs our love & understanding right now...." last weekend.Richard has gone through a stroke, hip surgery and a heart attack in recent years, making him reclusive in his Macon home, according to Rollingout.com.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
5 Points
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DOT: Airlines report record profits of $25B in 2015

Baggage fees totaled $3.8 billion last year and reservation change fees totaled $3 billion, the department said. airlines reported a combined $25.6 billion in net earnings last year, the Transportation Department reported Monday, confirming a record at least since Congress deregulated the industry in 1978.The after-tax profit for 25 airlines with scheduled passenger service compared to $7.5 billion in 2014, according to the department’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
USA Today
02/05
3 Points

Sports Cosmo editor Joanna Coles writing guide to modern love

Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles is working on a "no-nonsense" guide to some very old subjects in a very new world: sex and intimacy.Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, told The Associated Press on Monday that it plans to release a book by Coles in 2018. She says in a statement issued through Harper that she is drawing upon hundreds of conversations with young women to "suggest some guidelines" that can be used "for surviving the digital disruption to our love lives.".
The Denver Post
02/05
2 Points
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Red Cross helps more than 20 displaced by Federal Heights apartment fire

More than 20 people have been displaced by a fire that ripped through a Federal Heights apartment complex on Sunday, according to the Red Cross. 92nd Ave.Tom McGhee: 303-954-1671, [email protected] or @dpmcghee. The fire off west 84th Avenue between Pecos and Huron streets burned the Lodge on 84th Avenue. The blaze began shortly after noon, according to Denver7 News.
The Denver Post
02/05
9 Points
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Orthodox Easter spreads "holy fire" around the world

Orthodox Easter was celebrated across the world Sunday with a fire ceremony, roasted lamb, cakes and street processions through the streets of Bethlehem and Jerusalem.Protestants and Roman Catholics celebrated Easter in March, according to the Gregorian calendar, to commemorate the day followers believe Jesus was resurrected more than 2,000 years ago. But Eastern Orthodox churches celebrate this week, following the older Julian calendar.In Jerusalem, at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre .
USA Today
01/05
7 Points
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A look back at some of the coolest attractions at the 1939 World’s Fair 

but it was on a much grander scale, according to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.Two-seat cars on a moving track took visitors around the edges of the future in a 15-minute ride.Afterward, visitors . but when Park Commissioner Robert Moses advocated for using the space for a fairground that would later be made into a park, the refuse was removed and groundbreaking took place in 1936, according to the “Encyclopedia of New York City.”The undertaking was so large that an entire bridge .
Daily News
01/05
5 Points

Housing crisis: Bay Area school districts struggling to retain teachers

Some districts, such as Pittsburg, are giving $2,500 bonuses to try to woo new teachers in certain subjects, and other districts have proposed affordable housing developments for teachers. Teachers in wealthier districts, while often better paid, are facing the same problems. Many districts, struggling to find fully qualified teachers, are hiring teachers on emergency credentials, which comprised a third of all new credentials issued in the 2014-2015 school year.
San Jose Mercury News
01/05
14 Points
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Woman, four grandchildren killed in Texas flooding

A 64-year-old woman and her four grandchildren were killed early Saturday when floodwaters ripped through their neighborhood in Palestine, Texas.The bodies of the five victims were found near one of the homes on their street in the early morning hours, according to the the Palestine Police Department. Cities at risk include Houston, Baton Rouge, La., and Jackson, Miss.
USA Today
Today
25 Points
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How Frank Underwood would beat Trump, according to 'House of Cards' stars

"I think he'd have to cut it off at the pass."According to Zimmer, who played journalist Janine Skorsky on the show, politicians were quick to hint at the similarities between HoC's twisted version of Washington and the real thing. According to House of Cards' stars, Trump wouldn't make it out of the campaign alive."I think he would just kill him!" Constance Zimmer joked, speaking at a benefit for the Creative Coalition in D.C.
USA Today
Today
19 Points
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How Frank Underwood would beat Trump, according to 'House of Cards' stars

"I think he'd have to cut it off at the pass."According to Zimmer, who played journalist Janine Skorsky on the show, politicians were quick to hint at the similarities between HoC's twisted version of Washington and the real thing. According to House of Cards' stars, Trump wouldn't make it out of the campaign alive."I think he would just kill him!" Constance Zimmer joked, speaking at a benefit for the Creative Coalition in D.C.
USA Today
Today
19 Points
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