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Longmont encrypts police scanner to keep public, press from listening

Longmont police are now dispatching through an encrypted radio channel, which means the public cannot listen to police communication via scanners and scanner cellphone apps.

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A booster rocket failed less than two minutes after launching an American and a Russian toward the International Space Station on Thursday, forcing their emergency — but safe — landing on the steppes of Kazakhstan.

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Rain to follow freeze warning in Denver, up to 10 inches of snow in mountains

A freeze warning in Denver will give way to warmer temperatures and afternoon rain, while the mountains could get up to 10 inches of snow on Thursday.

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Rain to follow freeze warning in Denver, up to 10 inches of snow in mountains

A freeze warning in Denver will give way to warmer temperatures and afternoon rain, while the mountains could get up to 10 inches of snow on Thursday.

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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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Colorado Rockies’ top minor league prospects to watch heading into 2019

While the Rockies' season came to an unceremonious end via a sweep by the Brewers in the National League division series, there's plenty to look forward to in 2019 when considering the wealth of prospects throughout the club's farm system.

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Colorado Rockies’ top minor league prospects to watch heading into 2019

While the Rockies' season came to an unceremonious end via a sweep by the Brewers in the National League division series, there's plenty to look forward to in 2019 when considering the wealth of prospects throughout the club's farm system.

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Colorado Rockies’ top minor league prospects to watch heading into 2019

While the Rockies' season came to an unceremonious end via a sweep by the Brewers in the National League division series, there's plenty to look forward to in 2019 when considering the wealth of prospects throughout the club's farm system.

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Denver Sports Omelette: Colorado mountaineer reaches new heights for his blood brothers and sisters

Chris Bombardier is a Colorado mountaineer who has accomplished a list of firsts in life, and one of those would be his summit of Mount Everest. What makes his accomplishment stand out is he did it with a rare, genetic bleeding disorder.

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Denver Sports Omelette: Colorado mountaineer reaches new heights for his blood brothers and sisters

Chris Bombardier is a Colorado mountaineer who has accomplished a list of firsts in life, and one of those would be his summit of Mount Everest. What makes his accomplishment stand out is he did it with a rare, genetic bleeding disorder.

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Financial services giant TIAA looking to serve Colorado customers in more down-to-earth way

TIAA isn't as well known as Fidelity Investments or Charles Schwab, but the financial giant manages $1.2 trillion in assets, including more than $4 billion locally, and counts around 150,000 customers in the state.

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Financial services giant TIAA looking to serve Colorado customers in more down-to-earth way

TIAA isn't as well known as Fidelity Investments or Charles Schwab, but the financial giant manages $1.2 trillion in assets, including more than $4 billion locally, and counts around 150,000 customers in the state.

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Broncos coach Vance Joseph mum on what changes he’s making

Those looking for Broncos coach Vance Joseph to sound the bugles and pound the drums after practice Wednesday were disappointed.

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Broncos coach Vance Joseph mum on what changes he’s making

Those looking for Broncos coach Vance Joseph to sound the bugles and pound the drums after practice Wednesday were disappointed.

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Broncos coach Vance Joseph mum on what changes he’s making

Those looking for Broncos coach Vance Joseph to sound the bugles and pound the drums after practice Wednesday were disappointed.

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Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason

Several Rockies split time behind the dish in 2018, with veteran Chris Iannetta and third-year pro Tony Wolters getting the majority of starts while the unestablished Tom Murphy and midseason acquisition Drew Butera also saw time.

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Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason

Several Rockies split time behind the dish in 2018, with veteran Chris Iannetta and third-year pro Tony Wolters getting the majority of starts while the unestablished Tom Murphy and midseason acquisition Drew Butera also saw time.

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Rockies Insider: Assessing whether Colorado should upgrade at catcher this offseason

Several Rockies split time behind the dish in 2018, with veteran Chris Iannetta and third-year pro Tony Wolters getting the majority of starts while the unestablished Tom Murphy and midseason acquisition Drew Butera also saw time.

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Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 letters: Rockies, organ donation, Sen. Gardner, pet health care

The Rockies short ride One issue I have not heard addressed regarding the Rockies demise: Look at the six losses our million dollar closer produced. Several of them the TV announcers (called) “gut wrenching.”

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