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Bobsled, skeleton World Cups returning to North America

Bobsled and skeleton World Cup races will return to North America this fall for the first time since before the pandemic began

Spirit tells shareholders to reject hostile bid from JetBlue

Spirit Airlines is advising shareholders to reject a tender offer for shares from JetBlue three days after it went hostile in its bid to create what would be the nation’s fifth largest airline

Salloi propels Sporting KC to 2-1 victory over Colorado

Daniel Salloi scored two goals to spark Sporting Kansas City to a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Rapids

Crews slow New Mexico fires, brace for dangerous conditions

More than 2,000 firefighters battling the largest U.S. wildfire are digging back-up fire lines and rearranging fire engines around homes in northeast New Mexico

Pac-12 scraps divisions moments after NCAA paves way

The Pac-12 is scrapping its divisional format for the upcoming college football season

Rockies rook fouls 1st MLB pitch near family, mom gets ball

Colorado Rockies catcher Brian Serven fouled off the first pitch in his first major league at-bat in the direction of his family sitting behind the plate at Coors Field

Cron helps Rockies end 12-game skid vs Giants with 5-3 win

DENVER (AP) — C.J. Cron hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in a three-run eighth inning, and the Colorado Rockies stopped their 12-game losing streak against San Francisco by rallying past the Giants 5-3 on Wednesday.

Right to film cops weighed by US court overseeing 6 states

The U.S. government is asking the appeals court overseeing four western and two midwestern states to recognize that the First Amendment guarantee of free speech gives people the right to film police as they do their work in public

Support cast guides Avs in Game 1 win, stars spark Lightning

Colorado defenseman Cale Makar got a little help from his friends as the Avalanche took a 1-0 lead in their second-round playoff series with St. Louis

Judge: Trump administration illegally withdrew bird listing

A federal judge has ruled the Trump administration acted illegally in 2020 when it withdrew an earlier proposal to list as threatened a hen-sized bird found only in the high desert along the California-Nevada line
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