Hurricane Katrina can't be said to have ushered in a new golden age of journalism, since the lethal weather system struck the Gulf Coast mere weeks ago, and the press's commitment to the story already shows signs of waning. Still, the generally impressive work done by national correspondents has trickled down to local markets, including this one. Post-storm coverage by the Denver media -- even at the television stations -- has been stronger and deeper than anyone could have anticipated. In terms of what was being reported, the news was undeniably grim. From a qualitative standpoint, it... More >>>