Bill Sullivan, the subject of our bad-boyfriend story "Operation Cock Block," is now claiming he's innocent of participating in a $15.7 million Ponzi scheme. "The preponderance of facts support a dismissal of the case against Defendant Sullivan and all monies in his accounts unfrozen and returned ... More >>
At long last, Denver has a new head watchdog. After more than six months of searching, Mayor Michael Hancock offered Nicholas Mitchell the independent monitor spot vacated by Richard Rosenthal in December. Provided the city council confirms the mayor's choice, Mitchell will be the second in city his ... More >>
Occupy Wall Street has been taking flak for being vague about its mission and not having a concrete platform. But the growing protest in New York is currently working on a document that will outline the organization's demands. Because the movement is democratic, with no specific leader, the list is ... More >>
Gaylord Entertainment says its huge convention-and-hotel complex plan for Aurora is not contingent on the National Western Stock Show leaving its home for 105 years in north Denver and moving right next door to the new project. And what does the Stock Show say?
Christmas can be intense: Rife with familial undercurrents and financial strain, the yuletide can bring a time of crushing disappointment, dissolving relationships, mounting tension and exploding tempers -- but if we open our hearts and we wish hard enough, it just might also be a time of red ... More >>
Louis Hampers.A federal court judge has set bail for Dr. Louis Hampers, the former head of the Children's Hospital ER who is accused of writing 654 phony prescriptions using several aliases and stolen identities, at $2.5 million. The ruling came out of a detail-filled court hearing yesterday ... More >>
The expected tributes to the late Rev. Charles E. Blair, the man who transformed Denver's Calvary Temple into one of the largest nondenominational churches in the country and presided over its growth for fifty years, don't really do justice to the man -- or the scandal that hung over his work ... More >>
Gary Kelly.With yesterday's promise of a $170 million bid for Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines made it clear it really, really wants the Denver-based carrier. After all, the total was nearly $60 million more than its previously announced offer of $113 million, which was already higher th ... More >>
MediaNews Group chairman Dean Singleton. When the Rocky Mountain News was put up for sale in December (a move that prefigured its February closure), employees clinging to hopes of a last minute reversal of fortune repeatedly pointed to the debts burdening MediaNews Group, owner of the Rocky's rival ... More >>
Tycoon Jack Grynberg says the energy industry has stolen millions from him -- and billions from the government. What if he's right?
An investigative reporter tries a different kind of forensics.
Colorado's Croc craze is conquering the world. But does it have legs?
Welcome the inductees -- both individual and institutional -- to the Class of 2003.
Lou Pai's contributions to the Enron debacle.
A page-one story about Bill Owens was wrong. So why isn't the governor angry?
How Denver went pasta point of no return.
The light grows dim for US West's former charities.
International Mr. Leather Bruce Chopnik wants to tell the world: It's a new day for gays and Coors.
A private attorney defends the city's honor--and her hefty legal bills, which you are paying.
Through the valley of debt with Pastor Charles E. Blair.
Just because state senator Charles Duke may be paranoid doesn't mean Newt Gingrich didn't steal his pocketknife. Does it?
The nation's largest for-profit hospital chain is out to flatten its Denver competition. It's already reshaped the world of local health care.
While Public Service execs enjoy a soft landing, employees face a hard future.
In the brave new world of telecommunications, US West has an ace up its sleeve: the residential phone customer.
It's the most precious fluid on Earth -- and the most feared. Will your next transfusion be a stranger's blood or a solution called Optro?
COLORADO SPRINGS BOOSTERS GO UP, UP AND AWAY WITH ED BEAUVAIS.HIGH FLYER HOW MUCH OF A FLIGHT RISK IS WESTERN PACIFIC'S ED BEAUVAIS? JUST ASK THE INVESTORS IN HIS LAST AIRLINE.
THE BAE BAGGAGE SYSTEM COST HALF A BILLION DOLLARS AND DELAYED DIA'S OPENING FOR MORE THAN A YEAR. AND IT STILL ISN'T WORKING.BAG IT WILL THE CITY HAVE TO PACK IN DIA'S AUTOMATED BAGGAGE SYSTEM?
THE CITY'S CONTENTIOUS TOP LAWYER COURTS POLITICAL TROUBLE.SECRET AGENT DAN HE'S YOUR CITY ATTORNEY. BUT DAN MUSE SAYS YOU'RE NOT HIS CLIENT.
ADAM'S RIB SKI-AREA DEVELOPER BLANKETS POLITICIANS WITH A BUREAUCRATIC BLIZZARD.
THE CITY'S NEGOTIATOR IN THE WINTER PARK DEAL IS IN THE NOW--HE WAS THE RESORT'S BANKER.
A GROUP TRIES TO CONVERT A PIECE OF A CONVICTED PREACHER'S EMPIRE TO GOOD USE.