Courtesy US Immigration and Customs EnforcementICE men in action.Amid the uproar stirred by the new Arizona immigration law -- travel bans by Denver Public Schools and the City of Boulder, plus student walkouts and weekend rallies -- US Immigration Customs and Enforcement, known as ICE, conti ... More >>
Darrent Williams, left, and Willie Clark, the man convicted of killing him.Editor's note: Melanie Asmar covered today's sentencing of Willie Clark, who was convicted of murdering former Bronco Darrent Williams. To follow the event in chronological order, read from the bottom up, and click her ... More >>
Tomorrow, a jury of eighteen Denver County residents will begin to hear evidence that Willie Clark killed Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams on New Year's Day 2007. They'll also hear evidence that he didn't, in a trial that's expected to take two weeks and include testimony from convicted ga ... More >>
Vicente Solorzano joined the Project Big Freeze club.On Friday, we told you about the nineteen locals caught up in Project Big Freeze, a nationwide sweep by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, aka ICE, that targeted "transnational gangs with ties to drug-trafficking organizations" in 83 ... More >>
J.R. Smith.As June ended, Nuggets prodigy J.R. Smith was sentenced to thirty days in a New Jersey jail and 500 hours of community service in regard to a 2007 crash that killed his friend, Andre Bell. But shortly after doing his time, he headed to Las Vegas -- not exactly a location that bespe ... More >>
Much has been written about the Game's dysfunctional past. He grew up in a Santana Blocc Crip neighborhood in Compton, and his mother was affiliated with the Crips. After his sister accused his father of sexually molesting her, the family was split up, and Game spent time in foster homes. After he r ... More >>
Get your Irish on at this Parker pub.
Members of the Metro Denver Gang Coalition are at a crossroads, hoping they can keep the peace through the rest of the year.
A sports columnist is risking the ire of readers by writing about gangs -- and criticizing local media for not adequately covering the topic.
Saints Row shamelessly apes Grand Theft Auto.
A Man Out of Time
His parents had high hopes for Contrell Townsend. But the seventeen-year-old wound up stabbed to death -- like both of his grandfathers.
The Warriors nicely complements the bloody cult classic that inspired it.
Before Brad Braxton goes to a gangster's final destination, he has a choice to make.
Shipping inmates to private prisons is Colorado's cheap solution to overcrowding and violence. But so far, it's cost plenty.
What's in a name?
Robert Duran got jacked up. Then he grew up.
Terri Cruz and Arturo Cruz Jr.
The ATF is gunning for Rocky's Autos co-owner John Rothrock.
Frank Lontine thought being in a gang would be cool. Now he's got plenty of time to think about why it isn't.
Joshua Beckius was only sixteen when he accepted a plea bargain for a crime he now says he didn't commit. Will the court let him take his case to trial?
Danny Ray Lopez couldn’t outrun his gang life or the police. Will his brother follow in his footsteps?
As judges ponder the fates of Brandy DuVall's murderers, they must measure different shades of black.
Two years ago this week, Brandy DuVall was killed by members of the Deuce-Seven gang. For the past month, the courts have been deciding whether her murderers live or die.
The Deuce-Seven Bloods spin out of control, ripping families apart--including their own.
When the Deuce-Seven Bloods went hunting for a snitch, they shot Venus Montoya instead.
Brandy DuVall went through hell before she died. She left no angels as witnesses.
They met because they wanted to fight gangs. Ten years later, Leon Kelly and Lloyd Lewan are a gang of two.
While Salvino Martinez's ex-pals do the time, he's droppin' the rhyme.
Adams County deputies hit the road to spread the word to landlords about suspicious characters.
When you're in the game for good, you learn to do it right.
Her grandmother will never forget the day Venus Montoya died. And she will never forgive her killers.
Notorious Denver informant Mark Tibbs has finked his way through a lot of cases. But can he talk his way out of this one?
For a century this inner-city church has served as a refuge. But its most important mission has always been outside the walls.
Nina Bonifacio's tattoos finally got under her skin.
Colorado gambles millions on a second last chance for violent teens
WHEN SUBURBAN GANGSTER WANNABE CHERYL ARMSTRONG WANTED HER BOYFRIEND DEAD, SHE DIDN'T HAVE TO LOOK FAR FOR HELP.GIRL TALK INSIDE THE CHILLING DIARY OF CONVICTED TEENAGE MURDERER CHERYL ARMSTRONG.
WHY DID SEAN COX KILL BOBBY YARBROUGH? DON'T ASK HIM.NO REMORSE ANOTHER PARTY. ANOTHER GUN. ANOTHER KILLER WITHOUT A CLUE.
HE WATCHED A CRIME FROM HIS OFFICE WINDOW. NOW THEY'RE WATCHING HIM.SHOOT TO CHILL WILL WITNESS INTIMIDATION TURN THIS ASSAULT ON THE 16TH STREET MALL INTO AN OPEN-AND-SHUT CASE?
THE DEFENDANT IN ONE OF DENVER'S EARLIEST MURDERS SEEKS A NEW TRIAL.
THE DENVER GANGS WANTED TONY BROWN'S BOYS. SO HE TOOK HIS FAMILY AND HEADED FOR THE HILLS.HOME ON THE RANGE MEET THE MUSLIM COWBOYS OF MOSCA, COLORADO.