In our post yesterday about the progress of Legalize 2012's Cannabis Re-legalization Act, proponent Laura Kriho noted that a section had been added to the proposal directing Colorado Attorney General John Suthers to sue the federal government if it attempts to enforce its marijuana laws here. But AG ... More >>
"Junius Puke."Update: Yesterday marked exactly eight years since officers in Greeley arrived at the home then-UNC student Tom Mink shared with his mom, confiscating his computer and more because of complaints about the way he'd portrayed a professor in his fledgling Internet publication, The ... More >>
Amadeus Harlan has spent his life playing everyone around him — but not as a Denver Bronco.
Who’s the bigger bully — the smartass attorney who scorched the Denver Fire Department, or the fussbudget judge who threw out the verdict?
U.S. District Judge Lewis Babcock has spoken. The privacy rights of the parents of two mass murderers outweigh any public interest in learning about the home life of the killers — not to mention the families' dealings with school officials and law enforcement over the escalating bad behavior o ... More >>
The eighth anniversary of the Columbine shootings is rapidly approaching. So is the moment of decision for U.S. District Judge Lewis Babcock, who plans to rule on the fate of a trove of court-sealed documents dealing with the massacre's last remaining secrets. The materials include medical and ps ... More >>
Are Columbine's remaining secrets too dangerous for the public to know -- or too embarrassing for officials to reveal?
The settlements. The spin. The remaining secrets.
Jeffco's finest haven't solved Stephanie Hart Grizzell's murder -- but they did arrest her grieving mom for interfering with police.
Who's a bigger nuisance -- Douglas Bruce or Denver's property police?
Elvis is dead -- but Columbine lives on.
Ten questions for the legislature's Columbine committee.
Politics dominate shows at two local galleries, as well as in Denver's new courthouse.
The truth will out -- just not in Jefferson County.
Dismissed lawsuits leave victims' families frustrated.
The secret writings of Eric Harris reveal the explosive rage of a young killer -- and his power to manipulate others.
The bullet in the backpack and other Columbine mysteries.
The law protects police from being sued for ordinary blunders. But what about Columbine?
The SEC is baffled by a group that claims allegiance only to the Torah and not USA INC.
A bitter labor dispute envelops the Denver Tech Center.
It's a guy thing: Two UPS men claim sexual harassment by another man.
A web of intrigue surrounds the high-stakes legal brawl between FACTnet and the Church of Scientology.
While Public Service execs enjoy a soft landing, employees face a hard future.
IN THE ONLINE BRAWL OVER SCIENTOLOGY, INTERNET USERS DISCOVER THAT VIRTUAL REALITY BITES BACK.SHOWDOWN IN CYBERSPACE THE BATTLE OVER SCIENTOLOGY'S SECRETS IGNITES A HOLY WAR ON THE INTERNET.
THE ARCHDIOCESE GETS AN EX-TEACHER'S SUIT THROWN OUT ON CONSTITUTIONAL GROUNDS.
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.