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In Colorado, a GOP rarity: An abortion rights candidate

A U.S. Senate candidate in Colorado, Joe O'Dea, is a rarity in the Republican Party as a supporter of abortion rights

Official named to monitor primary in third Colorado county

Colorado’s secretary of state has appointed a supervisor to monitor Tuesday’s primary elections in a third county after some residents received ballots with wrong state House districts and others received ballots that didn’t include a county commissioner’s race

'A movement not a moment': NHL focuses on racial diversity

The National Hockey League has taken significant strides in recent years to improve diversity in a sport that has long been predominantly white

Kadri scores in OT in return, Avs move to brink of title

Nazem Kadri scored at 12:02 of overtime — perhaps with too many Colorado players on the ice — and the Avalanche beat Tampa Bay 3-2 on Wednesday night in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final to move within a victory of dethroning the two-time defending champion Lightning

Lightning 3-peat in trouble after Game 4 loss to Colorado

Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper took one question during his postgame media session

López throws 7 solid innings, Marlins beat Rockies 7-4

Pablo López allowed one unearned run in seven solid innings and the Miami Marlins beat the Colorado Rockies 7-4

Title IX: Scurry's career, law forever linked at Smithsonian

Briana Scurry's soccer jersey from the 1999 Women's World Cup is at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture

Colorado's Nazem Kadri back for Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final

The Colorado Avalanche got a key player back with the return of Nazem Kadri for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Tampa Bay Lightning

Lawsuit says hero who killed gunman was shot without warning

The mother of a man hailed as a hero for killing a gunman who ambushed and fatally shot a police officer only to be shot and killed himself by another officer without warning in suburban Denver is suing police

Threats testimony rings familiar for election workers

This week’s gripping testimony to Congress about threats to local election officials following the 2020 presidential election had a rapt audience outside Washington — secretaries of state and election clerks across the U