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Driver accused of DUI after Sunday crash spurs outage

first_imgA 34-year-old Vancouver man was accused of DUI and given a Clark County District Court date after crashing into transformer boxes near 192nd Avenue and Brady Road on Sunday evening.The crash was reported around 8:40 p.m. The crash caused about 1,900 people to lose power, said Erica Erland with Clark Public Utilities. Power was restored for many, she said.The driver did not appear to have serious injuries, said Capt. Dave James, Vancouver Fire Department spokesman.“He sheared off a 5-inch diameter tree and three transformer boxes,” James said.Firefighters and police said 192nd was blocked for about an hour.The man was not arrested but given a court date, said Kim Kapp, Vancouver Police Department spokeswoman. His name was not released.last_img

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PHOTOS Carnaval in San José

PHOTOS Carnaval in San José

first_imgRelated posts:Delicious eats for your holiday celebrations PHOTOS: Costa Rica’s Festival of Light Nativity scenes, funk music, and other happenings around Costa Rica Thousands flock to Barrio Escalante’s La Luz outdoor festival on Sunday A holiday tradition that returned to the streets of San José in 2016 was back again this year to delight spectators: Carnaval.The parade, which is a downtown Chepe tradition but was moved to Desamparados, just south of the capital, for 11 years until last year, filled the streets with color and music. Take a look. AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra Facebook Commentslast_img

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Kevin Zimmerman reporter and editor The Cardinals

Kevin Zimmerman reporter and editor The Cardinals

first_imgKevin Zimmerman, reporter and editorThe Cardinals will: Draft Kyler Murray. You don’t make a trade just to make a trade, and the reality is the Cardinals should take the player they want and not trade the pick — or Rosen — if a monster offer doesn’t come across Steve Keim’s desk. This presents the possibility we end up with a Rosen-Murray quarterback battle, which isn’t the worst result.Vince Marotta, Co-host of Bickley & MarottaThe Cardinals will: Draft Kyler Murray. I do believe the decision makers of the organization communicated with other teams about dealing the pick but were ultimately not blown away by what was offered to give it up. So, Murray will be the pick. The only intrigue that remains, in my mind, is whether or not the Cardinals are blown away by an offer for Josh Rosen before Thursday night. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The Arizona Cardinals have the No. 1 pick and with that comes infinite speculation about what the Cardinals should, could, might, want to and will do.But no speculation has been more prolific than the guess that Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman winner Kyler Murray will go No. 1 overall to the Cardinals, marking the second year in a row that they will have drafted a quarterback with their top pick.Is that the right move? Dave Burns, co-host of Burns & GamboThe Cardinals will: Draft Kyler Murray. Too many reasons to do it and not enough to not do it. If you’re going to go out of the box in hiring Kliff Kingsbury, you might as well go all in.John Gambadoro, co-host of Burns & GamboThe Cardinals will: Draft Kyler Murray. The consensus seems to be that the Cardinals will take Murray and trade Josh Rosen. I don’t have a great feel for what direction they will go so I will follow the masses and go with they take Murray.Jordan Byrd, producer of Burns & Gambo and host of Arizona Sports SaturdayThe Cardinals will: Draft Nick Bosa. I honestly believe the noise and rumors surrounding Kyler Murray to Arizona is all just a smokescreen done by the Cardinals to trade the number one pick, but after not receiving an offer to their liking, the Cards select Nick Bosa No. 1.Kellan Olson, reporter and editorThe Cardinals will: Draft Kyler Murray and trade Josh Rosen. The combination of Murray’s star upside and fit in Kliff Kingsbury’s system is too much to pass up.Matt Layman, reporter and editorThe Cardinals will: Draft either Nick Bosa or Quinnen Williams. I’m just not convinced the evidence is there that the Cardinals are planning to take Murray, and it’s hard to believe the rumors this time of year. Top Stories center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 62 Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact We asked the 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station voices and ArizonaSports.com editors two questions: What will the Cardinals do, and what should the Cardinals do with the first pick?First, here’s what they said the Cards will do.Related Links98.7 FM roundtable: What should the Cardinals do at No. 1?Cards on the Clock: 98.7 FM’s NFL Draft week special coverageCardinals open mini-camp with CB Peterson MIA, Rosen in chargePatrick Peterson not at Cardinals mini-camp TuesdayBet on Kyler Murray’s upside, not his reported low Wonderlic scoreLarry Fitzgerald says Josh Rosen handling Cardinals draft buzz wellDoug Franz, co-host of Doug & WolfThe Cardinals will: Draft Kyler Murray. I don’t think this was a condition for Kliff Kingsbury to agree to the deal, but why wouldn’t he have started pushing for Murray during the interview?Ron Wolfley, co-host of Doug & WolfThe Cardinals will: Trade down. I think the Cardinals are going to trade out of the No. 1 spot for a boatload of picks and stay with Josh Rosen as their QB.Paul Calvisi, anchor for Doug & Wolf The Cardinals will: Draft Kyler Murray with the first pick overall.Luke Lapinski, host of The Rundown with Luke LapinskiThe Cardinals will: Try to make a trade, but take Murray if they’re stuck at 1. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I just don’t know that they’ll be able to bring themselves to pass on Murray’s upside simply to draft Nick Bosa. Passing on Murray for a collection of sorely needed first- and second-round picks is a different story.last_img read more

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