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Broncos Insider: Denver faces a tall challenge with Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs rolling into town

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The Broncos are looking to shake off last Sunday's loss to Baltimore when they play host Patrick Mahomes and the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs on Monday -- one of just two teams NFL writer John Clayton says could be great this season.

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Trump attacks second Kavanaugh accuser, saying she “has nothing,” admits she was drunk

President Donald Trump on Tuesday attacked the second woman who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, dismissing her account because she was "totally inebriated and all messed up," and accused Democrats of playing a …

Judge throws out former NASCAR driver’s lawsuit against alleged victim’s dad and Weld County sheriff

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A U.S. District Court judge in Denver has dismissed a wrongful arrest lawsuit brought by a former NASCAR driver against Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams that also accused the father of an alleged victim of giving her marijuana to falsely…

There are no great NFL teams this season (except maybe the Chiefs and Rams)

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It was crazy. And it also revealed an important lesson: There are no great NFL teams this season -- at least not yet.

Trump boasts of America’s might, draws headshakes at UN

President Donald Trump delivered a sharp rebuke of multinational authority at the United Nations on Tuesday, drawing headshakes and even laughter from fellow world leaders as he boasted of America's economic and military might.

Boulder’s Deborah Ramirez “adamant” that FBI should investigate her claims against Kavanaugh; Trump weighs in

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The Boulder woman who said Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh exposed himself to her in college wants the FBI to investigate her claims, her attorney said Tuesday.

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A look back at Broncos’ Marlin Briscoe, the first black quarterback to start in the AFL

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Marlin Briscoe had to demand a tryout to be considered at quarterback when he was drafted by the Denver Broncos in 1968. He ended up becoming the first black quarterback to start in the American Football League.

Former Broncos’ Marlin Briscoe — the 1st black starting QB — reflects on changes in game, society

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Marlin Briscoe didn't want to be pigeonholed simply because of stereotypes against black men. He was a star quarterback in college and he believed he had the talent, intelligence and leadership skills to be one in the pros.

Roxborough State Park closed for second day as deputies search for suicidal person

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Roxborough State Park is closed for the second day in a row while Douglas County Sheriff's deputies and state parks rangers search for a person considered to be suicidal.

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White House “open” to Boulder’s Deborah Ramirez testifying this week about Kavanaugh allegations

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday said “we would be open” to Deborah Ramirez, the Boulder woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, testifying before the Senate Judiciary panel…

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As 2018-19 training camps open, here’s 10 NBA stories worth noting

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Training camps for most NBA teams open Tuesday, and with the season fast approaching, here's 10 items of note as the league heads into the 2018-19 campaign.

Republicans are digging in on Brett Kavanaugh. Here’s why.

The first allegation against Brett Kavanaugh left Republicans rattled and nervous. The second left them angry and ready to fight back.

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Denver drops to frigid 37 degrees Tuesday morning, snow in the mountains

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The sun will be out but it will still be chilly Tuesday after a cold front swept over the Rocky Mountains and into the Denver metro area.

Denver used car buyers favor foreign over domestic

One piece of information that can help consumers negotiate for a used car is knowing which models move off the dealer lot quickly and which ones languish. In Denver, the Ford Edge and Jeep models move slowly.

Broncos, Vance Joseph take look back before moving forward

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Broncos coach Vance Joseph’s address to his players Monday lasted the usual 20 minutes and the main theme was obvious but necessary: A recap of the 13 penalties that helped doom them in Sunday’s 27-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Denver Sports Omelette: Lessons learned from a wild Week 4 of Pac-12 football

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In the postgame afterglow of Stanford’s shocking come-from-behind overtime win at Oregon last Saturday, any Cardinal with a microphone in front of him couldn’t stop taking about how the team’s unshakable belief in their core identity…

Rent burdens in Colorado are heavier in many areas outside metro Denver

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Nearly a quarter of metro Denver renters dedicated half or more of their monthly income toward keeping a roof over their heads last year, according to a new study from Apartment List.

Rockies’ “west lot” a parking lot no more in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood

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Visitors to the ballpark neighborhood this week will notice that the so-called "west lot" at 1901 Wazee St., just south of the stadium, has been fenced off to public access.

Broncos Mailbag: Does Denver need to trade for another cornerback?

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Denver seems to be stacked at the wide receiver position. What are the chances of trading one (say Demaryius Thomas)? I’m more excited about our rookies and we could use help in several areas.

Boulder attorney representing second Kavanaugh accuser has history of working high-profile sexual assault cases

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John Clune and his coworkers are widely recognized as some of the best attorneys for cases involving sexual assault and Title IX, the federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex at colleges and universities.

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Ask Amy: Grandmother’s testimony leads to murder charge

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Dear Amy: My 21-year-old grandson, who lives in another state, has let it be known to everyone that I'm responsible for his mother facing a murder charge.

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Colorado State football facing an identity crisis

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Heading into the season, the players felt pretty good about the team they believed they were.

Juwann Winfree hopes to get on track for CU Buffs offense

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Throughout the offseason, very few - if any - members of the Colorado football team worked harder than receiver Juwann Winfree.

Boulder County Commissioners release statement supporting second Brett Kavanaugh accuser

The Boulder County Commissioners released a statement late Monday confirming their support for Deborah Ramirez, the Boulder woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct while both were students at Yale…

With newfound aggressiveness, GOP ramps up Brett Kavanaugh fight

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WASHINGTON -- Brett Kavanaugh says he won't let "false accusations drive me out of this process" as he, President Donald Trump and top Republicans mount an aggressive drive to rally the public and GOP senators behind his shaky Supreme…

In TV interview, Brett Kavanaugh denies sexually assaulting anyone

The Latest on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh (all times local):

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The Philadelphia Flyers’ new mascot is named Gritty, but there are much more accurate adjectives to describe the thing

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The Philadelphia Flyers’ new mascot is named Gritty. According to the team’s website, “he earned the name ‘Gritty’ for possessing an attitude so similar to the team he follows.”

Murder suspect in Connecticut convicted of child sex assault in Colorado in 2011

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A 27-year-old man facing murder charges in Connecticut is a registered sex offender convicted of sexual assault of child in Colorado.

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Ware-ing it out: Former Denver Broncos star dazzles on “Dancing with the Stars” premiere

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DeMarcus Ware delivered his fair share of crushing hits on the football field.

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“Bachelorette” favorite Chase McNary plans to open restaurant near Coors Field

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Chase McNary may have struck out on “The Bachelorette,” but the Highlands Ranch native is ready to hit a home run with a new restaurant/bar near Coors Field.