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Morning, Colorado.

Your Denver Nuggets beat the Minnesota Timberwolves last night, putting them ahead in the series. Will we be able to finish them off in Game 6? You have to tune in tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. to find out.

Thankfully, we have plenty of news to hold you over until then.

P.S. Join us at 6 tonight, along with Gov. Jared Polis and state lawmakers, for a free recap of the 2024 legislative session at the University of Denver Josef Korbel School of International Studies. RSVP

Seven state Senate and 18 state House primaries will take place June 25. That includes seven incumbents. We know it’s a lot to pay attention to that many races. So Sandra Fish went through and highlighted some that are especially interesting.


A 2024 Lexus RZ 450e electric sports utility vehicle on display April 4 at the Denver Auto Show. (David Zalubowski, AP Photo)

Despite more and more lucrative rebates, the sale of clean fuel vehicles in Colorado slowed in the first quarter. This comes as Colorado tries to reach 940,000 battery-only electric vehicles — the largest category of clean fuel combinations — by 2030. The state needs more EVs so it can cut ozone and get out of EPA sanctions. Michael Booth has more.



When most of the West’s uranium mines were idled by the collapse of uranium prices

Rise and shine, miners. A new federal law banning the import of Russian uranium and directing $2.7 billion toward expanding U.S. production could wake up a long-dormant uranium industry in western Colorado and surrounding states. Jason Blevins reports on the future of the industry.


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Each week as part of SunLit — The Sun’s literature section — we feature staff recommendations from bookstores across Colorado. This week, the staff from Park Hill Community Bookstore in Denver recommends:

Read what the bookstore staff had to say about each. Pick up a copy and support your local bookstores at the same time.


Catch you all back here tomorrow.

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