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Denver International Airport says winter weather having minimal impact

Denver International Airport said winter weather Friday morning was having minimal impact on flights, with only about 150 cancellations, limited to mostly commuter routes."So far this morning, airport operations are pretty much normal," said Heath Montgomery, an airport spokesman.Montgomery said temperatures are staying just warm enough to keep snow from accumulating on runways and other surfaces.
The Denver Post
7 Points

Sports Denver Pioneers intend to renovate, expand off-ice space at Magness Arena

Passers-by will see glass-encased NCAA championship trophies along with images and equipment from former DU All-Americans, Olympians, NHL players and other legends."I love where the program is headed, and this is the last step to put the icing on the cake," said DU coach Jim Montgomery, a Montreal native and former Canadiens forward. A large chunk of the $2 million is expected to come from former Pioneers, including active NHL players Paul Stastny (making $7 million with St.
The Denver Post
8 Points

Sports DeMarcus Ware honored by Alabama governor

Alabama native and NFL star DeMarcus Ware was honored by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley and the state legislature following a standout season with the Denver Broncos.Bentley on Tuesday honored the outside linebacker at a ceremony declaring April 19 as DeMarcus Ware Day. Ware later addressed legislators on the floor of the House of Representatives.Ware, an Auburn native, played football at Troy University.
The Denver Post
19 Points
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Inky the octopus escapes New Zealand aquarium, makes it to ocean

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USA Today
9 Points

Berkeley: Police arrest man who attacked people at downtown businesses

BERKELEY -- A man was in custody after randomly attacking and choking people at downtown businesses, police said Thursday.Police received several calls just before 4 p.m. about a man who jumped the front counter at McDonalds on the 1900 block of Shattuck Avenue and began attacking employees and managing to choke one, Berkeley police Lt.
San Jose Mercury News
5 Points