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MacKinnon ups goal streak to 4, Avalanche beat Sabres 6-1

Nathan MacKinnon scored twice to extend his season-opening goal streak to four games and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Buffalo Sabres 6-1         

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Seasonal hiring is beginning in earnest as two more employers announced Thursday they will be taking on hundreds of workers in Colorado through the holidays.

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Seasonal hiring is beginning in earnest as two more employers announced Thursday they will be taking on hundreds of workers in Colorado through the holidays.

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Seasonal hiring is beginning in earnest as two more employers announced Thursday they will be taking on hundreds of workers in Colorado through the holidays.

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The senior DB gets back to basics, including weekly father-son film study sessions, and is enjoying his best season so far. The Trojans needs that to continue this weekend when they face unbeaten Colorado and its prodigious passing attack.

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Una enfermedad parecida a la poliomielitis que causa parálisis ha afectado a niños en varios estados, incluidos Pennsylvania, Colorado, Illinois y Minnesota. Son 38 los casos confirmados de mielitis flácida aguda (MFA),Una enfermedad que se asemeja a la poliomielitis que ataca el sistema...

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Colorado Governor candidate Q&A

The Colorado Governor race features Democrat Jared Polis, Republican Walker Stapleton, Unity Party of Colorado's Bill Hammons and Libertarian Scott Helker.

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Rescue teams scour snowy Rockies for missing Rowan senior

Five teams and a dog team are searching for Ryan Albert in the Longs Peak area of the Rocky Mountains, where he went missing last week. Search efforts are back on for the missing 30-year-old Marlton man who didn't return from a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, a day after the...

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After practice Wednesday, USC cornerback Isaiah Langley was asked what makes Colorado’s budding star receiver, Laviska Shenault, so tough to defend. “Who?” Langley said. “Laviska Shenault,” the reporter answered. “Who’s that?” Langley said, still stumped. “No. 2. The guy with all...

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The ACLU of Colorado has sued Denver claiming that it held a man for five days in the downtown Denver jail because he could not afford to pay all of the fees charged by the Denver Sheriff Department that were in addition to his $10 bond.

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The ACLU of Colorado has sued Denver claiming that it held a man for five days in the downtown Denver jail because he could not afford to pay all of the fees charged by the Denver Sheriff Department that were in addition to his $10 bond.

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Colorado sophomore Laviska Shenault Jr. went from underrated prospect to leading the nation in recieving yards per game. Coming from a close-knit family challenged with the toughest of situations, Shenault has always been fueled by competition.  

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ASU cornerback Chase Lucas vows to make amends for rough game vs. Colorado

ASU cornerback Chase Lucas is beating himself up for his play against Colorado and vowing to perform better against No. 24 Stanford on Oct. 18.         

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ASU cornerback Chase Lucas vows to make amends for rough game vs. Colorado

ASU cornerback Chase Lucas is beating himself up for his play against Colorado and vowing to perform better against No. 24 Stanford on Oct. 18.         

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Q & A: Billie Jean King on the Serena Williams uproar, kneeling during national anthem and Christine Blasey Ford

Tennis legend and activist Billie Jean King regaled the 3,100 people inside the Colorado Convention Center on Wednesday for the annual Women's Foundation of Colorado luncheon, reminding everyone that there is still so far to go when it comes to gender equality.

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Q & A: Billie Jean King on the Serena Williams uproar, kneeling during national anthem and Christine Blasey Ford

Tennis legend and activist Billie Jean King regaled the 3,100 people inside the Colorado Convention Center on Wednesday for the annual Women's Foundation of Colorado luncheon, reminding everyone that there is still so far to go when it comes to gender equality.

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