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Susan Greene.Update below: Susan Greene resigned from the Denver Post late last year after being told her column would be canceled -- and while she was clearly saddened by the circumstances of her departure, she had only positive things to say about colleagues and didn't criticize the paper a ... More >>
Susan Greene."Trashing the Truth," a 2007 series by Miles Moffeit and Susan Greene about DNA evidence, remains the finest piece of journalism by the Denver Post over the past decade -- a controversial but deserved Pulitzer Prize finalist. Three years later, however, neither writer works for t ... More >>
Ken Weaver.For its new Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment selected Ken Weaver, subject of this week's "Blowing Smoke." It's the latest item on a résumé that includes going to prison for stealing a plane and making up a fake life -- ... More >>
"Told you so."The Denver Post isn't exactly known for writing about itself in hard-hitting fashion: Note its coverage of the bankruptcy filing by parent firm MediaNews Group's holding company, which attempted to bury the word "bankruptcy." As such, it's not especially surprising that the sam ... More >>
Miles Moffeit left the Denver Post a little earlier than he'd anticipated.Update, 11:03 a.m.: Moments ago, Denver Post editor Greg Moore responded to an interview request for this blog, which was originally published at 10:46 a.m. His comments have been incorporated below. Last Friday aftern ... More >>
Miles Moffeit is heading back to Texas.For the past eight years, Miles Moffeit has been one of the most consistently outstanding reporters for the Denver Post. "Trashing the Truth," a series co-written with now-columnist Susan Greene that documents the failure of law enforcement agencies in r ... More >>
Dean Singleton wants to charge for delivery on the Internet, too.As the newspaper industry continues to struggle, more and more attention is being paid to the paywall strategy being promoted MediaNews Group boss (and Denver Post publisher) Dean Singleton. He plans to start charging readers fo ... More >>
Republic Airways Holdings' victory over Dallas-based Southwest Airlines in the Frontier sweepstakes raises more questions than it answers, as Dallas Morning News airline blogger Eric Torbenson makes clear in "What Will Denver Look Like in Two Years?," an analysis published earlier today. In T ... More >>
E.W. Scripps has made no secret of its desire to sell the intellectual property of the Rocky Mountain News -- but the company hasn't done much since the tabloid's February closure to peddle these particular wares. That appears to be changing, however. In recent days, a number of potential bidders ... More >>
A Flickr photo"I didn't hear a thing..." The Dallas Mavericks are in the Nuggets' rear-view at this point -- but Mavs owner Mark Cuban continues to make comments sure to rev up the rivalry again next year. As a guest on Dan Patrick's syndicated radio show, Nugs coach George Karl complained about so ... More >>
The Rocky's veteran broadcasting critic is the latest casualty of the paper's financial troubles.
From the week of January 17, 2006
Web-radio legislation gets tangled in politics.
A local college student is on a one-man mission to attack lousy radio.
The Post denies accusations of slanted coverage.
A decade after Vanilla Ice melted down, he's back with the man who made him.
The Denver dailies change the way they handle obituaries -- for better and for worse.
The Sunday Denver Post is one of America's most widely circulated newspapers. Does it deserve to be?
At fifty, William Dean Singleton has dozens of newspapers and all the money he needs. But what about respect?
Singing his praises
Boulder's KGNU finds a way to survive in the cutthroat radio world.
What gets lost in the heat of Denver's newspaper battle.
Should funds for Denver crime victims go to Oklahoma City bombing victims?
The journalists covering the Oklahoma City bombing trial have a few blowups of their own.