Deborah Sherman.Yesterday, Patti Dennis, news director at 9News, sent an e-mail to staff informing them that correspondent Deborah Sherman, who'd been at the station for nearly a decade, was no longer an employee -- and assistant news director Tim Ryan declines to add details. This dearth of ... More >>
Tim Tebow.The Denver blog post shortage hasn't hit yet. Mile High Report shares a video of Tim Tebow on the Jimmy Kimmel show. Sure hope a possible labor deal doesn't hurt his book sales. BigMedia.org's Jason Salzman criticizes the Post for equating Michael Hancock to Judge Edward Nottingha ... More >>
Hancock on 7News.Update below: Yesterday, former Denver Players owner Scottie Ewing claimed that "EVERY reporter in Denver" wanted a look at records he said linked mayor-elect Michael Hancock to the prostitution ring that brought down Judge Edward Nottingham -- and plenty obviously did. Last ... More >>
Scottie Ewing.Swing-club king Scottie Ewing has become a central figure in alleged links between newly elected mayor Michael Hancock and the Denver Players prostitution ring that brought down Judge Edward Nottingham. When the Denver Post reported that a computer and files were stolen from his ... More >>
Scottie Ewing.Michael Hancock's election took place against a bizarre backdrop. A Complete Colorado piece alleging a link between Hancock and the Denver Players prostitution ring that brought down Judge Edward Nottingham was ignored by mainstreamers, but it blew up on talk radio. On Monday, K ... More >>
A past Player.Amid the controversy over a report tying just-elected Denver mayor Michael Hancock to Denver Players, the prostitution ring that brought down Judge Edward Nottingham, much of the attention has focused on previous Players owner and alleged burglary victim Scottie Ewing. But there ... More >>
Michael Hancock.On Friday, we pointed to a CompleteColorado.com post claiming that mayoral frontrunner Michael Hancock's name and number had been linked to Denver Players, the prostitution ring that ensnared Judge Edward Nottingham. This morning, we'd hoped to talk to the site's Todd Shepherd ... More >>
Scottie Ewing.Old swinger stories never die. Late Thursday, Complete Colorado broke a story about Michael Hancock allegedly being one of the clients of Denver Players, the prostitution/escort business that three years ago ended the career of Chief Judge Edward Nottingham -- the only name tha ... More >>
Louis Hampers.9News investigative reporter Deborah Sherman's relationship with Children's Hospital ER doc Louis Hampers started on a swinger's website and ended in court, where Sherman won a restraining order against him. Hampers' increasingly creepy behavior toward Sherman (and another woma ... More >>
Complaints about former U.S. District Judge Edward Nottingham continue to hang fire.Almost two years ago -- fittingly, on April Fool's Day -- Sean Harrington filed a complaint with the Colorado Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel requesting an investigation of U.S. District Judge Edward Not ... More >>
A Flickr photo. Everybody loves a good, home-grown sex scandal. Especially scandals that involve Evangelical Christians, bestiality, horny moms and naughty schoolteachers. (Not all at once, sadly.) Colorado has played host to its fair share of salaciousness this past decade. Here, we look ba ... More >>
The cover of the 1991 Michael Jackson album "Dangerous." While TV networks aplenty have rehashed the late Michael Jackson's various legal battles over child-molestation allegations, they've neglected his early '90s court appearance in Denver, when he defended himself against accusations from singer ... More >>
A recent alert from the Denver Disability Parking Enforcement Program announces that the city is recruiting citizens interested in ticketing those able-bodied but ass-lazy drivers who park in handicapped zones. Yes, you heard right. Denver uses volunteers to try to keep those parki ... More >>
Amy Herdy as she appeared in the Pakistani press. The blog Denver Post and 9News vet Amy Herdy's Journalistic Mission to Pakistan provides an overview of a trip to Islamabad recently completed by Herdy, who currently serves as the advisor for The Campus Press, the daily online news source for t ... More >>
Sean Harrington would like to ask at least one psychiatrist some very pointed questions. KnowYourCourts, a website known for challenging the actions of various Colorado lawyers, judges and credentialed "experts" associated with the divorce industry in the state, continues to demonstrate that so ... More >>
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COLORADO'S THIRD PARTIES SCREAM ABOUT PROPOSED ELECTORAL CHANGES.
DENVER ATTORNEY DAVID L. SMITH HAS MADE LIFE A LIVING HELL FOR HIS ADVERSARIES. NOW HE'S FEELING THE HEAT HIMSELF.OUT OF ORDER DAVID L. SMITH SAYS COLORADO'S FEDERAL JUDGES ARE OUT TO GET HIM. HE'S RIGHT.
BILL WALL AND OTHER RICH GUYS PLED POVERTY IN FEDERAL COURT, AND THE PUBLIC'S CJA FUND PAID FOR IT.