Hit-and-run drivers are well known for leaving strangers hurt or killed by their actions -- but did Alton Kirkland also abandon his significant other and two of his children after a crash that left them injured as well? That's among the possibilities in the latest hit-and-run in a season full of th ... More >>
From examining the letters he wrote to his parents, included in the original Lakewood police file, and the details of that harrowing and fateful day in the fall of 1988 from the original offense report, one thing becomes clear: James Kiss was a very troubled young man with a seemingly dastardly plan ... More >>
Some sad news to report today: We've received word that bluesman Creighton Holley passed away yesterday. The news is devastating to the scene, in general, but particularly for the blues community, which is still grieving the loss of John-Alex Mason, who passed away this past fall at the tragi ... More >>
Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens has kept busy over the past few years playing his part in George and Caplin and Wentworth Kersey, which both released records last year. Somewhere in between, he's found the time to write and record not just one solo album, but two (due out on July 13) that both mange to en ... More >>
A sketch of a Boulder robbery suspect. "Police are releasing a composite sketch of a suspect who was involved in an armed robbery on Wednesday, May 6, on north Broadway," states a just-issued Boulder Police Department press release. "This man and another suspect are believed to have been involved i ... More >>
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