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  • A HOUSE DIVIDED

    published December 21, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Bob Wahrle rose early. He wasn't one to dawdle in bed--efficiency and precision were close to his heart, befitting a man who'd... More >>

  • HOUSE FEATURE, Part 2

    published December 21, 1994

    part 2 of 2 By early February 1993 Suzanne had seen Paul McClain on two occasions. At their first meeting, McClain later testified, Suzanne... More >>

  • TO THE BITTER END

    published December 21, 1994

    In the mudfight that was last month's Adams County sheriff's election, incumbent Ed Camp was accused of--among other things--firing deputies who'd... More >>

  • A STAR IS INCARCERATED

    published November 30, 1994

    Colorado Attorney General Gale Norton won attention and re-election this fall with the help of slick TV ads touting her crime-fighting skills. One... More >>

  • HORSE SENSE

    published November 23, 1994

    Linda Carlson watches intently as Rob Manierre's three Arabians canter about the small corral, their tails aloft and sailing behind them like... More >>

  • MAKING A CASE FOR MURDER

    published November 2, 1994

    John and Jim Cipriani hope to accomplish in federal civil court what police and prosecutors have been unable to do for the past four years--prove... More >>

  • GHOST OF A CHANCE

    published October 26, 1994

    It was twilight when Jack Ducey's family arrived at his dark hulk of a house in north Denver. They'd come when their phone calls went unanswered... More >>

  • THE BIG HURT

    published October 19, 1994

    Get past the unending stream of annoying television ads and Amendment 11, the "Workers' Choice of Care" initiative, is essentially a... More >>

  • COP-A-DOODLE-DOO!

    published September 28, 1994

    The political circus comes to Adams County every four years right about now. And the race for county sheriff often occupies the center ring. ... More >>

  • MARCHING TO A DIFFERENT BEAT

    published September 28, 1994

    Officer Bob Kishell is cruising slowly past Faith Lutheran Church School when a young woman dashes through the rain and sleet to reach his patrol... More >>

  • BAD MEDICINE

    published September 21, 1994

    Douglas Clark, a military doctor at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Aurora, is facing criminal charges and a court-martial as a result of sexual... More >>

  • BETTER DEAD THAN READ

    published August 31, 1994

    Rob Betts loves industrial rock, dislikes authority and has a grudge against police. And for more than a year now, the Denver college student has... More >>

  • QUEEN FOR A DAY

    published August 24, 1994

    Teresa Hailey, state director of the Miss Colorado Metroplex pageant, would have done well to commit her organization's mawkish creed to heart.... More >>

  • CHANGING OF THE GUARD

    published August 17, 1994

    Sometimes old soldiers don't die--they just become political liabilities and get shuffled out a side door. And thus ends the career of Major... More >>

  • UNGUARDED COMMENTS

    published August 17, 1994

    Colorado's prisons received a passing grade earlier this year from a U.S. Department of Justice consultant hired to conduct a study of sexual... More >>

  • MAMA'S BOY

    published August 3, 1994

    part 2 of 2 Kyle Schoepflin appeared healthy when his mother carried him off the plane at Stapleton International Airport, says Dell Lofton, a... More >>

  • MAMA'S BOY

    published August 3, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Teresa Schoepflin used to dream of returning triumphant, college diploma in hand, to teach at the rural consolidated school she'd... More >>

  • MY WAY OR THE HIGHWAY

    published July 13, 1994

    The bloodletting is delayed until after a short ceremony honoring members of Wheat Ridge High School's state champion lacrosse team. The people in... More >>

  • TIME BANDITS

    published July 13, 1994

    Properly preserving historical artifacts is a time-consuming task. And if there's one thing prison inmates have, it's time. Now they've got the... More >>

  • THROW AWAY THE KEY

    published June 22, 1994

    How secure is a prison with locks that don't work? Only three and a half years after Colorado's Limon prison opened, taxpayers are going to have... More >>

  • AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER

    published June 8, 1994

    It began as a standard, if violent, date-rape case. The issues were muddied when the alleged victim admitted to an affair with the Denver... More >>

  • KILLING TIME

    published June 1, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Bob and Elisabeth Boccardi of Colorado Springs have spent the past two decades trying to rescue their son Richard. When the boy... More >>

  • KILLING TIME

    published June 1, 1994

    part 2 of 2 Robert Gardner III was adopted in Pennsylvania shortly after his birth in March 1974 and given the name of his adoptive father,... More >>

  • LIGHTS! CAMERA! LAWSUIT!

    published June 1, 1994

    Mark Robinson's arrest last year was a rock 'em, sock 'em, action-packed, real-life cop adventure chronicled in both Denver dailies and broadcast... More >>

  • LAWS OF CHANCE

    published May 18, 1994

    part 1 of 2 Cripple Creek police chief Ed Stauffer pushes back from the table at Creekers restaurant, leaving his plate of fries untouched and... More >>

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