Cyclists bike down Dexter Avenue in Seattle in 2009. A British Medical Journal study published Wednesday suggests that cyclists have a lower risk of heart problems or cancer than those who commute using a different method.
Cyclists bike down Dexter Avenue in Seattle in 2009. A British Medical Journal study published Wednesday suggests that cyclists have a lower risk of heart problems or cancer than those who commute using a different method. Oran Viriyincy Flickr
Cyclists bike down Dexter Avenue in Seattle in 2009. A British Medical Journal study published Wednesday suggests that cyclists have a lower risk of heart problems or cancer than those who commute using a different method. Oran Viriyincy Flickr

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    The Stricker family’s “Winter Wonderland” in Centennial, Colo. was a winner in the Denver Post’s 2015 Holiday Lights Contest and they continue to deck out the house for the holidays each year. This year, they noticed some of their decorations were disturbed and surveillance footage of their front yard revealed that three people had pulled up to the house and began ripping apart some of the decorations.