Yesterday, the Denver District Attorney's Office announced that Lorenzo Montoya, convicted of first-degree murder and more in the 2000 murder of Denver schoolteacher Emily Johnson, was released on time served after he pleaded guilty to a lesser accessory charge. Turns out DNA evidence proved Montoya ... More >>
They don't have James Hibbard to kick around any more, but at least one of the more embarrassing goofs he was known for still seems to be a problem -- if not a tradition -- down at the Adams County coroner's office. Two and a half years after the combative, ever-controversial Hibbard stepped down as ... More >>
From Channel 31 coverage.The July 18 edition of the Coleadero Rodeo at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds was lethal: two cattle had to be put down and nine were injured -- including seven that were "de-gloved" (their tails were torn off) in an event known as steer-tailing. The rodeo happened ... More >>
From Channel 31 coverage.The Coleadero Rodeo, a popular Mexican rodeo, is slated to bring its form of rough and tumble entertainment to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds this Sunday -- the first of several dates at the venue over the coming weeks. This despite an array of charges against the ... More >>
Until two years ago, Colorado juries weighed whether men deserved to die. Now judges decide their fate.
Peter Boyles does some fast talking regarding his on-air speculation about the Emily Johnson murder.
After the Boulder uprising, one kid got off, and one kid has a lot of time to think about what happened.
Frank Rodriguez was sentenced to die twelve years ago. Are we there yet?
WHY IS P.S. 1 THE ONLY NEW CHARTER SCHOOL TO SURVIVE? ASK DPS.
THE VENERABLE COLFAX MUSIC HALL WALLOWS IN UNPAID DEBT.
THE WINNERS AND LOSERS AFTER A YEAR OF THE CHARTER-SCHOOL LAW.