Star Trek icon George Takei's profile photo on his hilarious, ultra-popular Facebook page features a smiling pic alongside a button reading, "It's OK to be Takei!" However, being him has been even weirder than usual since Boulder-based writer Rick Polito, author of the world's funniest one-line movi ... More >>
At 5 p.m. today, the Aurora Century 16, the site of the July 20 attack that killed twelve, officially reopens following a ceremony featuring Governor John Hickenlooper and many others. Some family members have called for a boycott of the event -- an indication of the strong emotions stirred by decis ... More >>
The City of Aurora is conducting a survey, asking folks through August 31 what should be done with the Aurora Century 16, the theater where James Holmes allegedly killed twelve people. Many other massacre sites have faced this unfortunate question in the past, with responses ranging from minor chan ... More >>
Stephen Shappell.Late Sunday, Stephen Michael Shappell, 21, was arrested in Denver in relation to the Philadelphia-area murder of Kevin Mengel Jr., 33, who owned a landscaping business where Shappell worked. Morgan Mengel, Kevin's wife, has also been charged in the crime, which involves spik ... More >>
The San Francisco Chronicle, the largest daily newspaper in the Bay Area, is reportedly in such shabby fiscal shape that its owner, the Hearst Corp., says it may have to close the venerable pub within weeks if expenses can't be brought under control. In the event of such a shut-down, San Francisco's ... More >>
Colorado Springs police don't name a crime victim because of his advanced age, even though he shot and killed his attacker.
The Rocky pushed its hugely ambitious serial about an early-'60s schoolbus crash as if the fate of newspapers rested on its success.
Baseball's current stumble is part of a jarring pro-sports tumble.
Titanium, the king of metals, scraps for a home in Denver.
The Sunday Denver Post is one of America's most widely circulated newspapers. Does it deserve to be?
The government says he killed more people than Tim McVeigh. He lives in a cell a hundred miles from Denver. So how come you've never heard of La Quica?
The Columbine anniversary promises to be the biggest thing since...well, Columbine.
The dailies jockey for position for the Pulitzer.
Channel 31 staffs up for its evening news show.
Radio finds new life on the Web.