Today: Powerball winners, Broncos preseason starts, mother births 12th son

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3 tickets win $448 million Powerball, 2 tickets worth $2M sold in Colo.

Three tickets hit the Powerball jackpot Wednesday night. One ticket was sold in Minnesota and two winning tickets were sold in New Jersey. They will divide the estimated $448.4 million grand prize three ways. The Colorado Lottery says that two tickets sold in Colorado are worth $2 million each. Click here for the winning numbers.

Man claims he committed murder in Centennial, body found soon after

Shortly after responding to the scene where a man said he had killed someone on Wednesday night, police located a dead body in a Centennial apartment. The identity of the suspect and victim had not been released as of Thursday morning, but police said they were pursuing no additional suspects.

Moisture tapers down after heavy rains, snow hit southern Colorado

Patchy fog and mist were hanging around Thursday morning. But after heavy rain and snow pummeled the southern part of the state on Wednesday, we’re expecting much sunnier weather today with highs near 78.  That warming trend is expected to continue into the weekend, as well.

Broncos open preseason with first game in San Francisco

It’s been almost two weeks since the Denver Broncos opened training camp, and finally, we’ll get to see them in game action. The Broncos will kickoff their first preseason game in San Francisco tonight at 7 p.m. against the 49ers. Want to know how they’re doing learning the playbook? Click here to find out how the Broncos are revolutionizing that process using iPads.

Fan planning to sue Colorado Rockies over ticket resale policy

A Colorado Rockies fan was in the process of filing a class action lawsuit against the Major League ball club on Thursday morning. The fan is challenging the team’s policies when it comes to reselling tickets to games. She’s a season ticket holder who plans to take the team to federal court for the right to resell on her terms.

PGA Championship: Golf’s final major tournament begins Thursday

Tiger Wood’s pursuit of his 15th major and first since 2008 began at the PGA Championship Thursday morning. Oh yeah, there are about 200 other golfers trying to take home the championship, as well. Click here to watch them tee it up for free online.

New Kid Joey McIntyre’s one-man show will premiere on Aug. 29 in Denver

Denver’s Garner Galleria Theater confirmed Thursday morning that Joey McIntyre, of New Kids on the Block fame, will open his one-man stage show in Denver on Aug. 29. Click here to get a preview of what you can expect from the production.

Denver Parade of Homes begins Thursday

Denver’s Parade of Homes will begin on Thursday. At this year’s free event, you can see over 70 homes across the metro area, from Loveland to Castle Rock, Central City to Aurora and lots of spots in between. Homes are available in all price ranges, spanning from $200,000 to $1,00,000. You can plan your trip around the parade by clicking here.

Lone Tree 4th of July fireworks rescheduled for Sept. 1

Bummed that you missed out on the show in Lone Tree over the 4th of July? Worry no more. The Lone Tree fireworks display originally scheduled for the 4th has been rescheduled for Sept. 1. Click here for the all the details about the new event.

Family hoping for daughter welcomes birth of 12th son

A family hoping for a daughter welcomed the birth of their 12th son this week. Meet the group a Michigan TV station has dubbed “The Schwandt Bunch.” Would you have considered trying to have a girl after having given birth to nothing but boys in 11 previous pregnancies? Let us know on Facebook.

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