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Travel A night on Santiaguito, one of the world's most active volcanoes

one of a series of volcanoes in the Sierra Madre mountain range across a deep valley from Santiaguito . Just out of curiosity, I asked Carlos whether he had a first-aid kit or cell service. Carlos stopped in town, where his daughter and her mother hopped in the front seat of the van with him. He also bought us a couple of beers at a market near the trailhead and arranged for Carlos to drive us to Lake Atitlan. I began chanting to myself: "Strength, motivation, clarity." Jay encouraged and pushed me.
The Denver Post
17/05
52 Points

Denver police arrest man in fatal shooting early Sunday

Track this year's homicides in Denver, and compare the city's homicide rate to Denver's homicide rate in past years.Denver police have arrested a man in connection with a shooting death early Sunday.The shooting happened on the 1600 block of Vrain Street, Denver police said on its Twitter feed. There was no information immediately available on the victim.This story will be updated as more information becomes available.Carlos Illescas: 303-954-1175, cillescas@denverpost.com or @cillescasdp.
The Denver Post
25/04
10 Points
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Bronx man arrested after leading cops on chase in Uber driver’s car 

Robinson demanded that Carlos pull over, but he refused.Robinson and Carlos suffered minor injuries in the crash.Carlos was charged with fleeing police and driving without a license. Robinson was not charged.An Uber spokesman said Robinson was suspended from his gig as a driver. He then crashed into a guardrail in Colesville.BOSTON TAXI DRIVERS MUST NOW BE FINGERPRINTED WITH NEW POLICE INITIATIVERobinson told cops that during the ride he got tired and asked Carlos to drive while he napped.
Daily News
06/04
4 Points
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Uber driver naps as rider leads cops on chase

Troopers tried to stop Carlos but instead he sped up as he headed north.Robinson awoke and asked why Carlos was driving so fast and Carlos told him that police were chasing them. When Robinson demanded that Carlos pull over, he refused, police said.Carlos left I-81 when it intersected I-86, headed east and left the interstate at New York 217. ET, Carlos sped down Interstate 81 in Kirkwood, N.Y., near the Pennsylvania border, where police clocked him at 86 mph.
USA Today
06/04
6 Points
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