State lawmakers have passed a bill that repeals a much-criticized 2006 law requiring local law enforcement to report anyone they suspect of being undocumented to federal immigration authorities. The bill, HB1258, now heads to the governor's desk. Immigrant advocate Justin Valas credits the bill's p ... More >>
While a three-year-old's shooting of a five-year-old may have been the holiday season's most shocking violent death, it was hardly the only one. Another tragic incident involved elementary school teacher Andrea Roan, who was allegedly slain by Ryan Miller, her estranged boyfriend, with Richard Leavi ... More >>
Linda Newell.The e-mails contained an ugly ultimatum: Annette Story had to fork over $1,500 or lose contact with her son. Kidnapping? Extortion? No, just another child/family investigator (CFI) demanding an increase in his retainer. Under current Colorado law, Story had no recourse against s ... More >>
Kersten Hostetter has the Midas touch for Denver businesses.
May 20 - 26, 1999
Ten years ago, Colorado began to force batterers into treatment programs. but do they work?
Some of the state's cutting-edge science makes sense. Some of it doesn't
With the right defendant pulling the strings, Colorado's domestic-violence system can be tied into knots. A victim's story.
Colorado activists struck first on domestic violence.
The rush to protect battered women has turned domestic violence into "the social issue of the nineties"-- and raised issues of fairness for both perpetrators and victims.
Jim Garner wanted to murder his wife, Dana. Even from the grave, he may get his way.