In the wake of last week's terrorist attack, local big-gun lovers were deadly serious about staging their Fun Shoot.
Until two years ago, Colorado juries weighed whether men deserved to die. Now judges decide their fate.
The rush to protect battered women has turned domestic violence into "the social issue of the nineties"-- and raised issues of fairness for both perpetrators and victims.
Colorado has become a national laboratory for domestic-violence programs. sometimes it's a strange science. A Westword special report
Open the doors of Courtroom 303-W and hear the everyday tales of violence, tragedy and heartbreak