Saturday, 19 Sep 2020

Denver will swing from 100-degree weekend heatwave to snowfall

Enable cruises to win at Kempton under Frankie Dettori to set up clash with Love in Arc

ENABLE made mincemeat of her so-called rivals in the September Stakes.

Under a smooth Frankie Dettori she barely broke sweat in the Group 3 to set up a fascinating clash with Love in the Arc.

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Man shot twice in face sitting in driver’s seat of Maserati: cops

A man was killed after being shot twice in the face while sitting in the driver’s seat of a Maserati in Brooklyn, police said.

Cops found Zaid Zindani, 31, inside the car in Bensonhurst with gunshot wounds to his neck and mouth around 4:30 am Saturday, authorities said.

Zindai, who lives nearby in Gravesend, according to police, was pronounced dead at the hospital.

No arrests have been made.

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Naomi Campbell Is Being Sued By One of Her Exes

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  • Britney Spears‘ boyfriend is coming to her defense – TooFab
  • Learn more about Harry & Meghan‘s giant deal with Netflix – Celebitchy
  • Katie Holmes was spotted on a date this week – DListed
  • Zac Efron is sparking dating rumors with someone new – Just Jared Jr

DSW offers 40 percent off select styles for Labor Day sale

DSW is known for its amazing designer shoe deals.

So it’s no surprise the brand has rolled out some amazing Labor Day discounts just in time for the weekend.

For a limited time, you’ll enjoy 40% off select styles with the code SEPTSTYLES.

You can also save 20% on boots with the code BOOTINGUP.

And you’ll love its buy one, get one 50% off kid shoes exclusive.

Just use the code HALFFUN to get that deal.

And be sure to check out the sale section, where you can find even more savings.

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With Deshaun Watson’s $177M Deal, Black QBs are the Face of the NFL

Kirk Herbstreit Breaks Down as He Tells White Players, ‘We Gotta Do Better’

Victoria records 63 new cases and five deaths, as state awaits Premier Daniel Andrew’s roadmap to recovery

Victoria has recorded 63 new COVID-19 cases and another five deaths over the past 24 hours.

The daily figures come as Premier Daniel Andrews prepares to outline the state's pathway to re-opening, where he is expected to announce the state will remain in stage four lockdown until October.

It takes the total number of deaths caused by COVID-19 in the state to 666.

The cases come after 90, 113, 81 and 76 cases in the past four days.

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Authentic wins Kentucky Derby to wreck Tiz the Law’s Triple Crown bid

Belmont Stakes winner Tiz the Law will not be racing for the Triple Crown.

The heavy Kentucky Derby favorite was edged by Bob Baffert’s Authentic on Saturday at Churchill Downs.

Tiz the Law was racing for a chance to become the first Triple Crown winner since Justify in 2018 and third in the past five years.

Thousand Words, also trained by Bob Baffert, was scratched minutes before the race.

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Man in critical condition after being shot in Sunset Park: cops

A man is in critical condition after he was shot early Saturday in Sunset Park, police said.

Police were called to the scene of a shooting on 59th Street, near Third Avenue, around 6 a.m. and found the 32-year-old victim with multiple gunshot wounds to the torso, authorities said.

He was taken to the hospital and listed in critical, but stable, condition, police said.

The shooter, an unidentified Hispanic man, fled on foot, cops said.

He was among two shot in the city between midnight and 7 a.m. Saturday, according to police.

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NYC DOE finally releases long-awaited school calendar

New York City school kids will get their usual holidays off this year, but will not catch a break on Election Day.

The Department of Education finally released its calendar for the school year and it shows all students will have to attend class remotely on Nov. 3. With schools used as polling sites, Election Day is typically a holiday for students and staff development day for teachers.

The school calendar has been in flux as the DOE has tried to iron out the details of its remote and blended learning plans put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The first day of in-school classes is slated for Sept. 21.

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Denver will swing from 100-degree weekend heatwave to snowfall

Temperatures hit a record high of 101 degrees in Denver on Saturday — but they’re now predicting snow for Tuesday.

The afternoon high temperature blasted past the previous Sept. 5 record of 98 degrees, set only last year, the Denver Post reported.

But the Colorado capital’s sweltering heat is heading for a post-Labor Day plunge.

Denver residents can expect Tuesday’s daytime temperatures to “fall off a cliff” into the 30s, the paper reported.

And it will sink below freezing — 28 degrees — overnight, with a massive blast of Canadian air bringing possible flurries.

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