Former Rockies Pitcher Dies In Venezuela Amid Lack Of MedicationA former Colorado Rockies and Florida Marlins pitcher died in his native Venezuela of pneumonia that baseball colleagues say was made worse by medicine shortages in the crisis-wracked nation.
Protesters Gather Outside ICE Detention CenterA group gathered outside a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Aurora with signs protesting recent mass deportations.
Will Foreign Affairs Begin to Distract from Obamacare?Republicans are counting on Obamacare to stay in the headlines throughout 2014, but what if foreign affairs begins to kick everything else off of the headlines?
People Rally Against Violence In Venezuela At State Capitol Dozens of people rallied in front of the state capitol against the violence in Venezuela.
Anteater Used In Outreach Program At Denver Zoo ExpectingAccording to zoo officials, Rio, a southern tamandua, is taking it easy behind the scenes in the zoo's Gates Animal Housing center while pregnant.
Ex-Racers With Ties To Pagosa Springs Probed Over Drug AircraftFederal drug agents are investigating a Florida aircraft leasing business operated by two former champion race drivers with ties to a Pagosa Springs resort.
Rockies' Carlos Gonzalez Eager For Fresh StartIt's hard for Carlos Gonzalez to reflect too much on his forgettable 2012 season. The Colorado Rockies star is ready for a fresh start with a franchise counting on a new manager to turn things around fast.
Rockies, Chacin Agree To $6.5M, 2-Year DealStarting pitcher Jhoulys Chacin and the Colorado Rockies avoided arbitration by agreeing to a two-year, $6.5 million deal on Tuesday.
MLB, Union Rescind Alfonzo's 100-Game Drug BanMajor League Baseball dropped its 100-game suspension of Colorado Rockies catcher Eliezer Alfonzo for a positive drug test because of the same procedural issues that came up in the Ryan Braun case.
Rockies Add Year And $4.25M For BetancourtRafael Betancourt has a new deal to go with his new role as Colorado's closer.
Alfonzo Suspended 100 Games For 2nd Positive TestColorado catcher Eliezer Alfonzo has become the first player suspended twice under the Major League Baseball drug program and will serve a 100-game suspension.