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When the air horn sounds for the 5K run at the 37th Annual Moonlight Run & Walk on September 17, Lupe Alcantar plans to be at the start line in person with her two daughters and two sisters at her sides. The East Palo Alto resident said the return of the event to Palo Alto …

ORLANDO, Florida. – As the sun rises over the horizon on a quiet Sunday morning, a group sets up a tent on the shores of Lake Ivanhoe in downtown Orlando. The calm water and the city skyline in the distance create a postcard-like setting. JR Tanghal finds a place on the walking trail to welcome …

Nova Scotia announced on Wednesday that proof of full vaccination will be required to participate in non-essential activities starting October 4, such as going to restaurants, bars, concerts, movies and fitness facilities. “This gives us the best chance of staying open, once we have opened,” said Dr. Robert Strang, the province’s chief medical officer of …

History links LAKEWOOD – Second year Columbine student Matai Naqica had a game every golfer dreams of… without a bogey. On Wednesday, Naqica shot a score of 4 under par, 61 on the short championship course at Homestead Golf Course. The junior had a birdie on his first nine and finished his round with three …

Jessica Tierney, associate professor in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Arizona, presented Zoom research on Wednesday (Sept. 1) to members of Congress on how human activity has led to climate change. At the AU, Tierney studies geochemical records to understand the future of climate by examining trends over thousands of years of …