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AP source: Louisville to promote Josh Heird to permanent AD

A person with knowledge of the situation says Louisville will promote Josh Heird to athletic director after serving nearly six months as interim AD

Kuemper out for Game 2 vs Edmonton due to upper-body injury

The Colorado Avalanche will be without starting goaltender Darcy Kuemper for Game 2 of the Western Conference final due to an upper-body injury

Rodgers' 3-homer game gives Rockies DH split with Marlins

Brendan Rodgers hit three home runs, including a two-run walkoff drive in the 10th inning, to help the Colorado Rockies beat the Miami Marlins 13-12 and split the doubleheader

Steam railroad to postpone season opening due to fire threat

The commission that oversees a historic steam railroad in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado has voted to delay opening its operating season by nearly three weeks because of the extreme wildfire threats in the region

Getting defensive: Avs, Oilers shoring up 'D' before Game 2

The defense for the Colorado Avalanche and Edmonton Oilers was shaky at best in the opener of the Western Conference final
Fentanyl seizures in state up more than 300 percent this year

Fentanyl seizures in state up more than 300 percent this year

Fentanyl seizures across Colorado have increased by more than 300% through May compared to last year.

Marlins' Wendle back to IL; Anderson also sidelined

Miami Marlins infielder Joey Wendle has been placed on the 10-day injured list, marking the third time he’s been sidelined this season with a right hamstring strain

Body recovered after avalanche in Rocky Mountain park

Authorities say rescuers have recovered the body of a man who was killed in a weekend rock fall and avalanche that also injured two climbers at Rocky Mountain National Park

Avalanche hold off Oilers for wild 8-6 victory in Game 1

DENVER (AP) — In a frenetic game that featured 14 goals, Colorado and Edmonton players came away with the same thought — defense can't be so optional. J.T.

Cyber agency: Voting software vulnerable in some states

The nation’s leading cybersecurity agency says electronic voting machines from a leading vendor used in at least 16 states have software vulnerabilities