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Junkyard Find: 1996 Buick LeSabre Wildcat Edition

During the bling-and-horsepower-crazed 1960s, The General’s Buick Division took the full-size B-Body platform, added a hot engine and flashy trim, and called it the Wildcat. Not many well-heeled grandfathers felt interested in doing land-yacht burnouts in the VFW parking lot, it turned out, so Wildcat sales ended after 1970… but a yearning for the glory days of the Wildcat must have inspired some Buick dealers to create their own Wildcats during the 1990s. Here’s one of those rare special-edition cars, found in a Denver-area self-service yard.
DENVER, CO
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Jerry Jones thinks he could get $10 billion for Cowboys, but says he will 'never sell' the team

The Broncos are currently for sale, and there are some indications the franchise could go for a record $5 billion. But that's nothing compared to what Cowboys owner Jerry Jones thinks he could get for America's Team. The 79-year-old businessman told NBC Sports this week that he could sell the Cowboys for "more than $10 billion." Jones, however, added that he would not entertain such an offer, insisting that he "will never sell the Cowboys" as long as he remains owner.
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3 Keys to Blues Overcoming Avalanche in Round 2

The St. Louis Blues survived a tough first-round matchup against the Minnesota Wild, winning the series in six games. But the road doesn’t get any easier from here. They are set to face the Colorado Avalanche, fresh off a dominating four-game sweep of the Nashville Predators, led by 10 points from dynamic defenseman Cale Makar. Many view the Avalanche as the best team in the NHL and the presumptive Stanley Cup favorites, and the odds are stacked against the Blues. MoneyPuck gives the Blues a 30.3 percent chance of prevailing in the series. Other projections are even less kind.
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Avalanche’s second round schedule released

The Colorado Avalanche have been patiently waiting to see when their second round is going to start. After sweeping the Nashville Predators with four consecutive victories, they have not played a hockey game since May 9. Now with the St. Louis Blues defeating the Minnesota Wild in six games, they...
DENVER, CO

Denver's urban camping ban brings 10 years of turmoil

A decade since Denver banned homeless encampments, little data illustrates the policy's success — or its cost. The big picture: Colorado's chronically sheltered homeless population grew by 266% between 2007 and 2021 — more than any other state — and the number of people experiencing homelessness for the first time in metro Denver doubled between 2020 and 2021.
DENVER, CO
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Danuel Smith Arrested On Manslaughter Charge After Commerce City Shooting Death

(CBS4) – Police in Commerce City arrested a 51-year-old man on a tentative charge of manslaughter after a shooting. They identified the suspect as Danuel Smith. (credit: Commerce City Police) It happened just after 6 p.m. on Sunday on the 1800 block of Jasper Street not far from Buffalo Run Golf Course. A man reportedly was suffering from a single gunshot wound and taken to the hospital. He later died of his injuries. Police initially described the incident as a possible accidental shooting within a home.
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Broncos Rookie Goes Down During Minicamp Practice

Denver Broncos sixth-round defensive lineman Matt Henningsen limped off the field at the UC Health Training Center on Saturday as the team conducted its second and final rookie minicamp session. In a post-practice press gathering, Broncos defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero confirmed that Henningsen will be "OK" after sustaining a "little,...
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