After a voter advocacy group offered proof that county clerks and other election officials could identify how specific people voted -- which would violate a citizen's basic right to a secret ballot -- Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler announced an "emergency rule" effective immediately that ... More >>
A Colorado voter advocacy group has filed a lawsuit against the Colorado Secretary of State and six county clerks, arguing that ballots in the current system are traceable -- violating voters' right to secret, anonymous ballots. This flaw, the group says, exposes Coloradans to voter intimidation an ... More >>
Whether you think Christo is a genius or a hack, he is inarguably a patient man. After first conceiving of "Over the River" in 1992, today he became one step closer to realizing his vision. This morning, Fremont County Commission voted unanimously to approve his temporary use permit. This permit was ... More >>
The grassroots group Rags Over the Arkansas River is trying to block Christo's "Over the River" art project along the Arkansas River. Students from the Environmental Law Clinic at DU's Sturm College of Law were at the Denver federal courthouse at 9 a.m. today, filing suit against the U.S. Bureau of ... More >>
After nearly twenty years of planning, Christo and his "Over the River" project are two temporary-use permits away from full approval. The installation, which would suspend 5.9 miles of fabric over a 42-mile stretch of the Arkansas River, was conceived in 1992, but only received the go-ahead last No ... More >>
Salida introduces a new arts festival.
This weekend, law enforcement agencies across the state will be out in force to make sure you don't do anything stupid behind the wheel over the Memorial Day weekend. This link on the Colorado Department of Transportation website details the specific plans of 85 separate organizations. For instanc ... More >>
After fifty years of marriage, their love remains strong. Very strong.
Architects and architecture are in the news and on the walls of Denver's MCA.
It may be the thought that counts, but only donations will keep the Colorado AIDS Project out of trouble.
Why was it so hard for these upstanding, law-abiding citizens to get arrested?
Take a look at Colorado Then and Now.
Squeezing the truth out of the Department of Corrections.
Back from the abyss, Sam Zakhem campaigns for the forgotten man: himself