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Three More Red Rocks Sellouts for Widespread Panic!

Three More Red Rocks Sellouts for Widespread Panic!. Widespread Panic and Home Team returned to the best outdoor venue on the planet to extend their consecutive sellouts record to 64, 65 & 66 this past weekend at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado. With rain projected for all three nights and...
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2022 NHL offseason: Free agents, trades, draft and other big questions

The 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs have ended, with the Colorado Avalanche winning their first Cup since 2001. As the runner-up Tampa Bay Lightning and the other 30 non-Cup winners look to prevent an Avs repeat next season, there are a number of lingering questions on how exactly they'll go about doing it.

3 shot, wounded at Aurora park

A shooting Monday night in Aurora sent three people to the hospital, according to the Aurora Police Department. The shooting occurred at City Park at 16th Avenue and Dayton Street, police said. Two men and a woman were taken to the hospital with injuries that police said were not life...

Broncos React To Death Of Legendary Franchise Quarterback

Marlin Briscoe, the first Black starting quarterback in modern American football, died Monday at the age of 76. Drafted by the AFL's Denver Broncos as a cornerback, Briscoe threw for 1,589 yards and a 14 touchdowns in 1968's rookie season. The team said they were "heartbroken" to learn of Briscoe's death in a statement posted on Twitter.

The 10 Best Breakfast Burritos in Denver and Beyond

Every American city has their preferred way of waking up. As for Coloradans, our early rising, on-the-go lifestyle is often fueled by our favorite bundles of eggs, greasy meat, and fiery green chile—our beloved breakfast burritos. Scarfing down one of these savory, tin-foil wrapped tortilla treasures is a storied...

Russell Wilson Reacts To Death Of Legendary Broncos QB

Marlin Briscoe, the first Black quarterback to start a modern professional football game, died Monday at the age of 76. His daughter, Angela Marriott, confirmed to the Associated Press that Briscoe died of a California hospital after facing circulation issues in his legs. Briscoe began his career with the Denver...

Russian hero appears in wheelchair at NHL victory parade

Valeri Nichushkin didn?t let a foot injury dampen his celebrations. Russian winger Valeri Nichushkin was confined to a wheelchair for part of the Colorado Avalanche's Stanley Cup celebrations in Denver on Thursday, but that did not spoil the mood for a player who was integral to his team's first NHL championship in more than two decades.

Denver Children’s Foundation

For three decades, the Denver Children’s Foundation (DCF), formerly Denver Active 20-30, has supported at-risk, disadvantaged children in our community. DCF members are a diverse collection of community leaders between the ages of 20 and 39 who have the passion, networking skills, leadership skills and creativity that not only promise to bring the fun to all their sought-after fundraisers but also make a substantial difference in the lives of disadvantaged children in Colorado.

Cheapest places to get gas 4th of July weekend in Colorado

DENVER (KDVR) — The Fourth of July holiday weekend is here and many people are hitting the road. Gas prices remain high across the country, including right here in Colorado. As of Friday, the national average for a gallon of regular fuel is $4.84. In Colorado, the average for a gallon of regular fuel is actually even higher, at $4.90.

Aurora hosts first of three summits to help identify and heal from collective traumas in Colorado’s communities of color

As instructed, about 50 people stood apart and spread out their arms horizontally. They were to hold their limbs in position while considering a question. “When I say the term ‘white supremacy characteristics,’ what are some terms that come to mind?” asked Marc Morgan during a breakout session at a therapeutic community trauma session in Aurora on Wednesday.

Colleges formalize cannabis education programs

While Dr. John Frost was working as an adjunct chemistry professor at the Community College of Denver in early 2020, his dean approached faculty members and “asked if anybody knew anything about cannabis,” he recalls. The cannabis industry in Colorado at the time was in its infancy, with...

The Wild West, Wine and The American Mustang

I grew up in the 1970s in Greenwood Village on a magical dead-end road. It was a simpler time, when we rode our horses down the Highline Canal or up University Boulevard to Orchard for a summer ice cream. I knew every neighbor, played in every yard. But one neighbor managed to inspire me forever. Ann Allott was a true horsewoman, an adventurer who taught me to love life on a horse. She was also the district attorney, ran an immigration law firm, and hailed from a prominent political family as the daughter-in-law of Gordon Allott, who served in the U.S. Senate for 18 years.