Update: This weekend, members of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office deployed a Taser against a suicidal man now identified as Guy Guthrie, 55. He was armed, but only with a BB gun -- and died about an hour later. A JCSO spokesman defends the safety of Tasers even as he acknowledges that the outco ... More >>
Lori Midson Venue chef James Rugile Restaurant and chef semifinalists for the 2010 James Beard Foundation Awards were released this morning, which gives all the nominees exactly 32 days to chew on their success before the five finalists in each category are announced on Monday, March 22. The ... More >>
Vince Herman with Great American Taxiâ€‹Leftover Salmon occupies a unique spot in music. The band does not adhere to any one genre, though it borrows liberally from bluegrass, Cajun, rock, swing, jug band and even Latin and Caribbean influences among others. What the band does do is whip up one hell ... More >>
After losing a founding member, Leftover Salmon decides to swim rather than sink.
Ethan Stiefel to appear at the Vail International Summer of Dance.
With several controversial cases coming up, Colorado's death-penalty decision moves to a three-judge panel.
Music From Rancho deVille breathes new life into Charles Sawtelle’s legacy.
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.
On judgment day for Danny Martinez, there are no angels for witnesses.
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.
A technicality stalls the state's first decision under a new death-penalty law.
As its inmate population ages, the Colorado prison system discovers there's no con like an old con.