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While occasional conflicts do arise between coyotes and pets, it’s rare for there to be an issue with humans.
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Huge protests led to occasional violence and a renewed attention on systemic societal problems.
The second in an occasional series about the books that spurred our love of travel.
Micro spikes are great if most of the run will be icy but are overkill if I’m just traversing the occasional slick patch.
The Helix would include an artists-in-residence program and on occasional weekends would open its doors to the public.
It’s an increased responsibility that will fall on the shoulders of transit operators who already have reported increasing verbal and occasional physical attacks as they fear for their own health and well-being.
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As we get later in the morning and to the afternoon, occasional snow showers are possible, especially in our northern and northeastern suburbs.
Freezing temperatures and occasional light mixed precipitation mean untreated roads and sidewalks are likely to be icy into Monday morning.
Major roads and highways, especially treated ones, should remain passable, but they could become slick if we see occasional bursts of moderate to heavy snow.
While Levi’s has sold the occasional sweatshirt before, it launched a line called Red Tab sweats late last year.

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