Yesterday, we shared a video of a controversial Mitt Romney volunteer registration video, featuring a young woman claiming to be from the El Paso County clerk's office -- which she wasn't. But did she do anything illegal? One of our readers decided to explore the issue and come up with no definitive ... More >>
On Thursday, we updated you on the trial of Bob Crouse, a medical marijuana patient with cancer who faced cultivation and distribution charges for going beyond the state's plant limit despite having a doctor recommendation to exceed it. At that time, activist Audrey Hatfield felt things were going C ... More >>
Last month, attorney Rob Corry estimated that prosecutors had wasted $100,000 in its failed pot prosecution of Josh Jones -- a case he felt should have never been taken to trial. He sees similar prosecutorial wrongheadedness in the case of another client, Colorado Springs' Elisa Kappelmann, a licen ... More >>
Hushed: Douglas Bruce.Tax crusader Douglas Bruce headed into a Colorado Springs grand jury room earlier this week defiant and expansive, determined not to be "bullied" or silenced and half expecting to go to jail for taking a stand -- by not taking the stand. He emerged with a grant of immu ... More >>
Harold Thompson.How to liven up a boring city council meeting? Get one of the councilmen to throw an elbow to the face of a medical marijuana patient who's just called him a son of a bitch. That's apparently what happened at the Fountain City Council meeting last night in an altercation betw ... More >>
Seven Colorado Springs grows were targeted.MMJ advocates have greeted the passage of HB 1284, a bill to regulate the medical marijuana industry, with cheers (from CMMR's Matt Brown), boos (courtesy of Cannabis Therapy Institute's Laura Kriho) or a blend of both (Sensible Colorado's Brian Vice ... More >>
Keeping track of all the individuals and organizations duking it out on the front lines of the state's medical-marijuana debate is trickier than picking through the med strains at your corner dispensary. To help weed through the chaos, we've created this guide to the state's top marijuana pow ... More >>
How does DA Carol Chambers beat the high cost of a death-penalty prosecution? By billing the prison system.
The co-creator of an ill-fated youth project for the Denver dailies explains what went wrong and why the concept still works.
Joseph Paiva was born defective, but prosecutors stamped him a habitual criminal.
Demons continue to haunt the injured ironworker who held up Focus on the Family--as well as his victims.