Commerce City, CO

3 shot in Commerce City

Update, 8:05 a.m. Commerce City police detectives identified Hugo Alonso Santillana, 19, as the suspect who shot three people in front of a residence in the 15600 block of East 98th Place. Santillana was located and arrested without incident and booked into the Adam County Detention Facility for: assault in the first degree (three counts). An investigation is underway by the Commerce City Police Department after three people were shot...
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FOX Sports

Rockies take on the Dodgers on home winning streak

Los Angeles Dodgers (45-27, first in the NL West) vs. Colorado Rockies (32-42, fifth in the NL West) PITCHING PROBABLES: Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw (5-1, 2.00 ERA, .91 WHIP, 47 strikeouts); Rockies: Kyle Freeland (3-5, 4.29 ERA, 1.37 WHIP, 53 strikeouts) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Dodgers -222, Rockies +184; over/under is 11...

Rockies' Chad Kuhl downs Dodgers in first career shutout

Chad Kuhl pitched the first shutout and first complete game of his career, scattering three hits as the Colorado Rockies beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0 on Monday in Denver. Kuhl (5-5) kept the Dodgers off balance all night while striking out five without walking a batter in a 102-pitch effort.

Denver has new home of beefy, cheesy, legendary Juicy Lucy | Craving Colorado

DENVER • When people walk into the place that bills itself as Denver’s Home of the Original Juicy Lucy Burger, est. 2021, they are often perplexed. “Oh, my gosh,” says the owner, Michelle “Meesh” McGlone. “About 50 times a day, we have to explain what a Juicy Lucy is.” Just get it. That’s the simple advice of McGlone, the proud Minnesotan who is perhaps Colorado’s proudest ambassador of her home...

Former Austin Bruin wins Stanley Cup with Avalanche

(ABC 6 News) -- Sunday night, the Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup for the first time since 2001. But one player on that crew has his roots all the way back to Southeast Minnesota. Nico Sturm, once an Austin Bruin and former Minnesota Wild player, was traded to Colorado...

Marlin Briscoe, the First Black Starting Quarterback in the American Football League, Dead at 76

Marlin Briscoe, who became the first Black quarterback to start in the American Football League while playing for the Denver Broncos in 1968, has died. He was 76. Nicknamed "The Magician," the legendary athlete died of pneumonia at a hospital in Norwalk, California, on Monday, his daughter Angela Marriott confirmed to the Associated Press. Briscoe had been spending his final days in the hospital after suffering from circulation issues in his legs, the outlet reported.

NBA Insider Believes The Denver Nuggets Should Try And Pair Kevin Durant And Nikola Jokic: "If I Am Denver, I’m Offering Murray, MPJ, Bones, Three Firsts, For Kevin Durant. Who Is Beating That Package?"

The Brooklyn Nets are going to have a very tough summer ahead of them. It looks like the Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant experiment is going to be over soon, even though Irving has agreed to stay another year with the Nets after rumors for the last week linking him with a shock move to the Lakers.

This Is the County in the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metro Area With the Most COVID-19

There have been 85,673,400 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States to date – and that number continues to grow. In the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metropolitan area, located in Colorado, a total of 756,948 cases of COVID-19 have been reported. Adjusted for population, there have been 26,558 confirmed infections for every 100,000 people in the area […]
Flying Magazine

Rocky Mountain Metro (KBJC), Denver RNAV (GPS) Rwy 30R

More frequently used by general aviation traffic, Rocky Mountain Metro Airport offers parallel runways and multiple FBOs. [Courtesy: Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport]. For those heading to the Denver area—especially those who plan to explore the north side of town—Rocky Mountain Metro Airport (KBJC) gives pilots a great option. More frequently used by general aviation traffic, this airport offers parallel runways and multiple FBOs. In the event of IFR weather, a pilot might choose to use the RNAV (GPS) Rwy 30R approach. In the spring-time, pilots should watch for mountain wave-induced winds that can hammer the mesa upon which the airport sits. Summer brings the thunderstorm season, though cells are often widely spread and easy to spot visually. A few other things stick out on this approach that a pilot should note before they head inbound.

Will Colorado electricity supplies keep pace with the warming climate?

A version of this commentary originally appeared in Big Pivots. A late-June coolish spell in Colorado is unusual. The trend is toward hot and hotter. Denver in June matched a record set just a few years ago for the earliest time to hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Grand Junction last year set an all-time record of […] The post Will Colorado electricity supplies keep pace with the warming climate? appeared first on Colorado Newsline.
Broad Street Hockey

Tuesday Morning: Chuck, you’re up

*It’s been the offseason for us for a while but now, Cup award, tee times booked, it’s offseason for everybody. Which means now it’s time for Chuck to get busy with this whole retool thing. What would be nice is if he learns some lessons from what Joe Sakic has done in Denver. [Inquirer]

Here’s what Denver voters need to know about the primary race for governor

When it comes to voting, Denver skews Democratic, and Democratic voters don’t have a choice when picking a candidate for governor in their party this primary season. The sole contender is incumbent Jared Polis — a politician progressives have dubbed libertarian for his business-friendly leanings and conservatives have dubbed radically left for his stance on LGBTQ rights and abortion and his public health orders during the pandemic.

The UnKindest Cut: Yes, My Catalytic Converter Was Stolen

The six hours spent in the airport, on a plane, in another airport and then on light rail was more time than I’d slept in days. I’d fought the weekend trip, and the weekend trip won. Hung over, tired and in no shape to handle the reality of...

Denver adopts volume-based trash program in split vote

DENVER — Denver will implement a new pay-as-you-throw waste services program at the start of 2023 after council adopted the program in a 8-5 vote Monday night. Council members in support of the program reiterated that there was no time to waste in acting against climate change, while those who voted against were greatly concerned about the impacts of an additional fee on the cost of living for the city’s most vulnerable residents, as well as a lack of a strong education campaign.