Tony Perez-Giese


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  • 18 years ago | Longform

    By October 1997, Anne Liv Slemons had run out of options in Southern California. She'd never liked the warm weather anyway. So, six months pregnant and on probation for forging a $5,000 check, the 22-year-old ran. She didn't know where she was hea...

  • 18 years ago | News

    It was March 20, 1996--three years ago this week--when 25-year-old Jeff Truax and his buddies stumbled out of the 1082 Broadway nightclub where police officers Kenny Chavez and Andrew Clarry were moonlighting. Until then, it had most likely been a...

  • 19 years ago | News

    For the past year, a local animal-rights group has been badgering scientists at Denver's University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in hopes of getting them to publicly debate the merits of their monkey research. Despite the group's verbal chal...

  • 19 years ago | News

    Todd Manns thinks he's found a way to prove once and for all whether Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone assassin. Using his company's firearms-training simulator, Manns is working on a virtual re-creation of the view from Oswald's sixth-floor perch in t...

  • 19 years ago | Longform

    In December, when the U.S. launched air strikes against Iraq, Loi Nguyen heard a rumor spreading through the Wackenhut center for Immigration and Naturalization Service detainees in Aurora. The rumor was that if the conflict escalated into a full-...

  • 19 years ago | News

    The Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a place where people expect to get healed, not hurt. But one center employee says he was in serious pain after the hospital's chief of police confronted him about $80 worth of unpaid parking tickets he...


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