The baseball player attended Regis University in Denver for the school's music program. Brault returns to the city to face the Rockies Aug. 6-8.
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The organization offers group bike rides, maintenance lessons and even paid internships at their bike shop, Lucky Bikes Re-cyclery.
Clarke was the first African American varsity football player at CU Boulder in 1955-56.
Mia Uwanawich is competing at the Red Bull Conquest esports competition this weekend.
The suits were filed by gymnasts McKayla Maroney, Jordyn Wieber and Aly Raisman, against the federation and others for their roles in concealing the Larry Nassar sex-abuse scandal.
Pueblo County had planned to build a $25 million multi-purpose stadium for the team.
She'll replace Scott Blackmun, who resigned earlier this year to deal with health issues that undercut his ability to deal with the sex-abuse crisis.
The mint condition, perfect 10 Mickey Mantle card will be on display only from July 16-18.
Chris Yakachi is the president of Impressio, which invented a new kind of helmet lining that better absorbs the shock of impact.
The family is the subject of a new book, "The Last Cowboys," written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Branch.
Coors Field opened with a bang on April 26, 1995, thanks to slugger Dante Bichette.
The team announced the temporary name change Wednesday following a vote by the district that oversees the taxpayer-built stadium.
Denver's MLB franchise team packed 80,000 people into its first ever home opener back in 1993. Here's what it took to get there.
Even the most die-hard soccer fans watching games at the British Bulldog in downtown Denver this week say the sport may never be widely embraced in the U.S.
The playing surface will be referred to as Sonny Lubick Field after an anonymous 2016 donation that honored the Colorado State coach.