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No. 15 USC can wrap up Pac-12 South title at Colorado

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Colorado wrapped up a Pac-12 South title on home turf a season ago. Now, the Buffaloes are trying to prevent a similar thing from happening this November at Folsom Field. No. 15 Southern California (8-2, 6-1 Pac-12, No. 11 CFP) can clinch its side of the conference with a win over Colorado Read more about No. 15 USC can wrap up Pac-12 South title at Colorado[…]

Global Series Buzz: Soderberg in Denver while Avalanche are in Sweden

Welcome to the Global Series Buzz, which will provide the latest news, sights, sounds from Stockholm, Sweden, sight of the 2017 SAP NHL Global Series Games between the Colorado Avalanche and Ottawa Senators at Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, Sweden, on Friday and Saturday. NHL.com Senior Writer Dan Rosen and NHL.com Staff Writer Amalie Benjamin are Read more about Global Series Buzz: Soderberg in Denver while Avalanche are in Sweden[…]

These Colorado preschoolers learn hands-on farming to prevent childhood obesity

As childhood obesity soars among low-income communities with limited access to fresh produce, some educators in Colorado are combating the problem by joining the farm-to-preschool movement. Now these preschoolers are learning their ABCs while picking veggies from the school garden and preparing healthy meals. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports. Read the Full Transcript Judy Woodruff: Read more about These Colorado preschoolers learn hands-on farming to prevent childhood obesity[…]

Candy Bowl: Denver’s Brown Palace is more than hauntings

The Brown Palace holiday decorations and Champagne cascade. Among the most celebrated haunted hotels in America, the Brown Palace has been home to several guests who decided to stay long after they were deceased. Among the eternal residents is the Denver socialite who lived in room 904 for 15 years and haunted the front desk Read more about Candy Bowl: Denver’s Brown Palace is more than hauntings[…]

Denver Broncos Week 7 report card: Broncos’ offense needs to catch up to defense

Los Angeles Chargers Joey Bosa sacks Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian in the second half at the StubHub Center in Carson, California on October 22, 2017. The Chargers won 21 to 0. Photo by Lori Shepler/UPI ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — When the defense accounts for only 16.5 points and 1.5 touchdowns allowed per game in a Read more about Denver Broncos Week 7 report card: Broncos’ offense needs to catch up to defense[…]

Broncos-Chargers odds Week 7: Denver underdogs heading into Los Angeles

The Denver Broncos had opened 2.5 point favorites over the Los Angeles Chargers last week, but after an impressive comeback win over the Oakland Raiders by Los Angeles and an impressive choke job by Denver at home to the lowly New York Giants, the script has flipped. Frankly, that is fine by me. This team Read more about Broncos-Chargers odds Week 7: Denver underdogs heading into Los Angeles[…]

Colorado Schools Pay Students to Work With Local Tech Firms

A robot built by students to research endangered frogs in Peru being tested in June 2016, by Lindsey Hamblin and Callie Meyers, then a senior and junior, respectively, at Skyline High School in Longmont, Colorado. LONGMONT, Colo. — In one back room at Skyline High School, you can learn all you need to know about Read more about Colorado Schools Pay Students to Work With Local Tech Firms[…]

Bullet hits car on I-70 near Federal in Denver

DENVER — Police investigated a shots fired call Wednesday morning on Interstate 70. At around 11:51 the Denver Police Department received a call about shots fired at a car on the highway near the Federal Boulevard exit. No one was hurt, but a bullet did hit a car. There’s no suspect or motive at this Read more about Bullet hits car on I-70 near Federal in Denver[…]

Storm to cause travel disruptions in western US, bring first snow of season to Denver

As cold air returns to the interior western United States, heavy snow will fall across the northern and central Rockies and lead to slippery travel into Monday. The first snow of the season is in store for a large part of the Interstate-25 corridor along the Colorado Front Range. Those with travel plans along interstates Read more about Storm to cause travel disruptions in western US, bring first snow of season to Denver[…]