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How Rockies Broadcaster Jenny Cavnar Made Baseball History

The Aurora native became one of the first women to call play-by-play for a MLB broadcast last spring, but that's not her only historic achievement.

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The Rockies Lost the Pennant (Well, Sort Of)

The large pennant commemorating the Rockies' 2007 National League Championship is nowhere to be found on the new scoreboard at Coors Field. So, a curious reporter went looking for it.

Lindsey Vonn Looks to the Future

Fresh off her 82nd World Cup victory last month, the Vail skier is turning her attention to inspiring the next generation of young women through the Lindsey Vonn Foundation.

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Play Maker

Meet the Colorado man (and Avalanche Zamboni driver) responsible for all things ice hockey at this year's Olympics.

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Roy Halladay and Me

One of the most dominant baseball pitchers of all time, Roy Halladay, died Tuesday in a plane crash. Robert Sanchez, who grew up with him in Aurora, remembers Halladay as a great teammate and childhood friend.

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Mile High Magic: Gratitude for the Rockies

After watching the Rockies fall to the Diamondbacks in the playoffs, a Denver native reflects on why baseball in the Mile High City is a gift—win or lose.

Can Noah Droddy Go the Distance?

At near-record pace, this Boulder runner has gone from amateur to one of distance running’s top racers.

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