"I'm a welder and a family man, and I tell you, that feels pretty great," says Seth Lee. It sounded pretty great, too, as this welder/family man stood before a crowd gathered today in the Capitol to talk about how far he's come since that day in 1998 when he was convicted of second-degree murder and ... More >>
On his website, masseuse Steven Noble notes that he is legally blind -- something he regards as a blessing. It's one of many posted statements that make him seem like an unlikely target for criminal charges. But the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office has now formally accused him of unlawfu ... More >>
Gus Escamilla.Update: Greenway University, which specializes in marijuana-related instruction, was closed by the state in part because owner Gus Escamilla didn't disclose a 2000 conviction on a license application. We've now obtained documents showing another conviction, this one in 2003 -- a ... More >>
Okay, so Falcon Heene was never in the balloon. But why wasn't he in school yesterday? That's a question for Rico Munn, who's done good work during his two years as executive director of the Department of Regulatory Affairs, and yesterday was appointed by Governor Bill Ritter to head the Co ... More >>
A SCHOOL-BOARD HOPEFUL DEFAULTED ON HIS STUDENT LOAN.