Update on our coverage of today's hearing in the James Holmes case (previous reporting below): Six more police officers testified after the lunch break, including the Aurora officer who wrote the warrant to seize the notebook, and who brought it to police headquarters. Detective Sergeant Matthew Fyl ... More >>
The Aurora theater shootings have spawned a number of lawsuits against Cinemark, owner of the Century 16, where James Holmes allegedly killed twelve people and wounded 58. But two of the suits were subsequently amended to remove direct references to prior gang shootings at the theater -- a rationale ... More >>
A prisoner's lawsuit against the Colorado Department of Corrections, claiming a latex allergy so severe that he's suffered burns and respiratory problems when touched by glove-wearing guards, appeared to have been resolved last month when DOC officials testified that they no longer use latex in thei ... More >>
Most of the lengthy hearing yesterday in the James Holmes case focused on whether the prosecution will have access to a package the suspect allegedly sent to psychiatrist Lynne Fenton before the July 20th shooting at an Aurora movie theater. But one quick exchange between Fenton and the defense rais ... More >>
Update: As we reported last week, Yousef Gharbi, sixteen, was among the most seriously wounded victims of the Aurora theater shooting, having been struck by a bullet that may have to remain in his head for the rest of his life. Since our post, Yousef's mom has been regularly updating his Caring Bri ... More >>
Fake terrorists will attack the Denver metro area tomorrow in what will be the largest emergency response exercise these parts have ever seen. Called Operation Mountain Guardian -- or OMG, for short -- it will include imaginary disasters at four locations: Park Meadows Mall, Smedley Elementa ... More >>
Lori MidsonSeveral of the restaurants on Colorado Boulevard, across the street from the former University of Colorado Hospital, the land of which was recently purchased by a Florida developer, are suddenly becoming vacant. In the last month alone, a Spicy Pickle outpost, a Smiling Moose Deli ... More >>
Ryan and Chad Arnold.As if the story of Ryan Arnold, the South Dakota man who died at the University of Colorado Hospital after donating part of his liver to his brother, Chad, wasn't sad enough already... The Arnold family had a Vimeo account prior to Ryan's death. Their first two offerings ... More >>
Fairfax Liquors.Unfortunately, a triple shooting in Aurora wasn't the only weekend homicide in the Denver metro area. Late last night, a man with a lethal gunshot wound was reportedly found near Fairfax Liquors, at 2801 Fairfax. However, Denver Police believe he was actually hit on the 2800 b ... More >>
Enjoy good food for good causes today at two different restaurants: From 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., both locations of Snooze (2262 Larimer Street and 700 Colorado Boulevard) will host a Community Pancake Party, which benefits the Parade of Lights; get details at 303-297-0700 or visit www.snoozed ... More >>
Eat 'cakes at Snooze to benefit a good cause. Our online Food & Drink listings contain dozens of culinary events around the state; we put together a list of what's coming up this week so you can get a taste. Tuesday, December 1: A community pancake party benefiting Parade of Lights will be ... More >>
Joe Blake, as seen in an image from the Fort Collins Coloradoan. Today at 2 p.m., Colorado State University's board of governors will hold a meeting at which it will discuss "the resignation of Mr. Joe Blake from the CSU System Board of Governors," the "appointment of a replacement to fill the vaca ... More >>
A Flickr photo Representatives of the Aurora Police Department still haven't identified the man seriously injured during an officer-involved shooting this past weekend -- although they have confirmed that he didn't shoot himself in the incident, as initially implied. Yesterday, however, the family ... More >>
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