Denver on track Saturday to beat or at least tie a 1942 heat record for the month of May

Denver residents will be feeling hot, hot, hot Saturday with a predicted high so sweltering, the National Weather Service thinks the city can break or at least tie a May 1942 heat record of 95 degrees.


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Amid lockdown May, Rockies southpaw Mike Dunn just might find himself in more high-leverage innings

The veteran played a critical role in Colorado holding its one-run lead in a 5-4 victory on Friday, the sixth straight scoreless appearance for a reliever whose consistency has rivaled bullpen stalwarts Adam Ottavino and Wade Davis as of late.


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Fringe prospects see value in testing NBA draft waters

Ten of the 12 prospects who worked out for the Nuggets last week are underclassmen who have until Wednesday to withdraw from the draft and return to their college program.


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Ask Amy: Mother seeks cure for daughter’s affluenza

I know it sounds judgmental, but I find her lack of reciprocity, her insensitivity and her self-centered and self-obsessed attitude appalling. I am embarrassed by her behavior. How do I find peace of mind and accept her for the person she has chosen to be?


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Is Denver’s popularity fading? More people looking to move out than in, according to Redfin study

More Denver-area residents in the first quarter sought homes in other metros than people in other metros looking for properties into Denver, according to an analysis of Redfin's website traffic.  Denver now joins Seattle, which has experienced even bigger real estate prices increases, in the column of fading popularity, at least with people looking to purchase a home.


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High river flows happened early, challenging Colorado’s booming whitewater industry

Normally a smiling Grinch snow pattern appears on the side of 14,235-foot Mount Shavano around the June solstice, signaling to locals the arrival of the big water. This year, the Grinch is already gone.


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Gentrification concerns and troubles with Denver’s homebuyer assistance program spur new discussions about affordable housing

Two recent events in Denver -- a Five Points coffee shop sign that appeared to celebrate the effects of gentrification and the unraveling of a city-run homebuyers' assistance program -- have spurred new discussions about the lack of affordable housing options locally and the challenges in addressing the problem.


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Boston bound: LeBron James pushes Cavs to Game 7 vs. Celtics

LeBron James scored 46 points and preserved his reign atop the Eastern Conference for at least one more game as the Cleveland Cavaliers shook off losing All-Star Kevin Love with a head injury and beat the Boston Celtics 109-99 on Friday night to force a Game 7.


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Propane tank explodes at refilling station in Westminster; one injured

One person was injured Friday in Westminster when a propane tank exploded in the bed of a pickup truck at a propane refilling station.


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10 skunks, 1 bat test positive for rabies throughout Weld County

The Weld County Health Department announced Friday that 10 cases of rabies found over the past two months throughout Weld County.


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