Last July, we told you about the decision by prosecutors at the Denver DA's office to seek the death penalty against Dexter Lewis, charged with killing five people at Fero's Bar & Grill in October 2012. Lewis's attorneys are reportedly asking the judge in the case to take capital punishment off the ... More >>
In May 2012, we published a post featuring photos and information about twenty Colorado sex offenders who'd failed to register according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation website that tracks this information. Then, recently, we checked each of those twenty people were no longer on the roster o ... More >>
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation maintains a website focused on convicted sex offenders in the state -- including those whose current whereabouts are unknown, because they've failed to register with authorities. We've collected photos and identifying information for twenty such creeps. If you re ... More >>
Where the couples are. In 2010, there were 16,114 same-sex couples living in Colorado, according to the U.S. Census. That's an increase from 2000, when 10,045 same-sex couples told Uncle Sam about their relationships. Now, the California-based sexual orientation think tank The Williams Instit ... More >>
It's gonna blow!Last weekend, the Denver Center Theatre Company's New Play Summit featured Great Wall Story, a play by Lloyd Suh based on the true story of how, in 1899, three Denver reporters came up with a hoax that the Great Wall of China was being torn down. It was quite a ruse, and it ca ... More >>
Rampaging bears! Rampaging Buffs! Criminals in the buff! It happened here... unfortunately.
What they did on your summer vacation.
Still game to try venison despite disease scares.
From the week of February 8, 2001
Life can get wild and woolly for herders who flock to the U.S. under a special law.
Why was it so hard for these upstanding, law-abiding citizens to get arrested?
As its inmate population ages, the Colorado prison system discovers there's no con like an old con.