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WATCH: Broncos’ Chris Harris Jr. intercepts Cam Newton in 2016 season opener
Early in the fourth quarter with Denver trailing Carolina 17-14, Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. tipped a pass by Cam Newton and then intercepted the ball in Carolina territory.
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WATCH: Broncos’ Trevor Siemian’s 1st touchdown pass, a 25-yard throw to C.J. Anderson
Trevor Siemian's first career touchdown pass went to the Broncos' biggest offensive weapon of the day.
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WATCH: Broncos’ Andy Janovich’s 28-yard touchdown run vs. Panthers
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WATCH: Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian’s first NFL completion
The Broncos' second-year quarterback completed his first NFL pass on Thursday, an 11-yard sidearm throw to Demaryius Thomas against the Panthers.
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Sakura Square seeks proposals for possible redevelopment
Sakura Square, the last vestige of a once-thriving Japanese-American neighborhood in Denver, is looking for a developer to help re-imagine the prime downtown block for future generations.
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Arvada police seek man captured on video peeping into teen’s room
Arvada police are searching for a man they say was caught on camera last month peeing into the room of a 17-year-old girl.
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Increased tempo a major focus for Colorado Buffaloes offense
College football coaches are the type who protect their play calls as if they were nuclear codes.
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Confrontation over purchase led to fatal stabbing at Family Dollar in Adams County
The man accused of fatally stabbing a manager at a Family Dollar store in Adams County last week told investigators the attack was prompted by a confrontation over items he had purchased, according to an arrest affidavit.
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9 area Albertsons stores to switch to Safeway banner
All nine Albertsons stores in the Denver metro area are being re-branded under the Safeway banner, the latest in series of changes following the merger of the two brands last year.
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Funding parks and wildlife — without raising the cost of hunting and fishing licenses (2 letters)
Colorado Parks and Wildlife needs an updated method of funding. The 100-year-old model that this agency still follows is not only antiquated but is also very unfair.
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Suspect who cut throat of Highlands pub customer described as “awkward, odd”
The man wanted for cutting another man's throat at a West Highland restaurant had recently be told to leave a neighboring restaurant because he made other customers uncomfortable.
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Dizzion gets $6.4M to invest in its desktops-in-the-cloud business
Dizzion attracts more funding as its business to put computers in the cloud grows.
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911 service down in parts of Delta County after fiber line cut
A fiber line was cut this morning in Delta County, triggering communication outages, including 911 service.
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Seen: Kaleidoscope fundraiser for the Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation
The 2017 Kaleidoscope fundraiser saw Mayor Hancock and former Denver Post editor-in-chief among others stop by to support the Rocky Mountain Children's Health Foundation.
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Wilson Chandler wants role clarity; Nuggets quash Emmanuel Mudiay trade talk
Veteran Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler says he isn’t unhappy but confusion about his role has led to frustration.
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Transit shooting suspect faces murder charge
DENVER – A former Army sergeant and martial arts instructor charged with first-degree murder over the execution-style death of an unsuspecti...       
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Rule bans bars, many restaurants from creating pot-use areas
DENVER (AP) - Denver bars and many restaurants won't be able to offer on-site marijuana consumption because a new rule prohibits liquor-license holders from applying for the permit. State licensing officials have announced the rule, striking a blow to Denver's voter-passed initiative to allow patrons to use the drug in ...
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Broncos’ Brandon Marshall meets with local students; says Terence Crutcher video a reminder “we have a long way to go”
Before the start of training camp, and long before he decided to take a knee for the national anthem, Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall decided to take a tour.
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Denver to developers: Want to build higher? Add more affordable housing
A building heights plan adopted for the area near Denver's 38th and Blake transit station proposes an affordable housing incentive that would allow developers to build higher.
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Denver officer, security guard cleared in shooting
DENVER (AP) - Denver's district attorney won't bring charges against a Denver police officer and a security guard who shot and wounded two brothers after one of them allegedly opened fire near a downtown Denver nightclub. The Denver Post reports ( ) that District Attorney Mitch Morrissey issued a letter ...
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Debate schedule set for congressional race between Mike Coffman, Morgan Carroll
Incumbent Mike Coffman and state Sen. Morgan Carroll will debate on tape Oct. 4 in the Univision Colorado studios, and the contest will be aired at 10 p.m. on Oct. 8, on immigration, education, healthcare, jobs and the economy, voting rights and the environment.
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Convercent: Heck yeah, we’re from Denver
Convercent developed cloud-based software that keeps tracks of such things that executives and employees may sometimes forget.
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At historic moment, Denver Center for the Performing Arts looks to future
As Janice Sinden begins her tenure as president and CEO of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts on Monday, she faces unprecedented challenges amid record revenue and attendance gains at the nation's largest nonprofit theater company.
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“It’s real now,” Andy Janovich said. The Broncos already found more than a fullback.
Act like you've been there before, they say. But Andy Janovich had not been there before. The Broncos rookie fullback had never even touched a football in the NFL.
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Man wounded in Saturday gunfight with Boulder deputy
A Boulder County deputy shot a man who began firing at her as she responded to a call from motorists who reported an armed man walking beside U.S. 287, apparently signaling to passing traffic that he wanted a fight on Saturday.
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Denver Startup Week started over beers, became an instant hit
The Denver Startup Bash became the precursor to Denver Startup Week, which starts its fifth go-round Monday. The week-long entrepreneurial fest aims to top last year's attendance record.
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Arvada peeping Tom suspect arrested day after surveillance video release
A peeping Tom suspect in Arvada, who allegedly leered into a teenage girl's window in the dark of night, has been arrested.
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Colorado Fall Home Show, garden expo’s big numbers obscure do-gooder mission
The Colorado Fall Home Show and the Colorado Garden & Home showin February are massive events that doubles as a fundraiser for its nonprofit organizers.
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GoSpotCheck raises $16.9M, plans to expand Denver headquarters
GoSpotCheck plans to move to larger Denver HQ and hire more workers after raising $16.9 million from investors.
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Broncos’ Brandon Marshall loses endorsement deal after kneeling for national anthem
The Air Academy Federal Credit Union dropped Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall from his endorsement deal after he took a knee during the national anthem Thursday.
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Elderly man in wheelchair struck and killed by car in Lakewood
An elderly man in a wheelchair was struck by a car and killed Friday morning in Lakewood, police say.
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