Update: Yesterday, in our first post about a homicide at the Denver West Inn (see our previous coverage below), Lakewood Police Department spokesman Steve Davis told us that a suspect was in custody, but no arrest had been made. By late afternoon, however, Cody Sewick, 21, had been booked on suspic ... More >>
This week's cover story, "Drawing the Line," delves into the Denver Public Schools Board of Education election -- possibly the most important political race you're not paying attention to. The future direction of DPS is at stake, with about half of the nine candidates in favor of continuing the dist ... More >>
Dave Logan.Only a few months ago, many University of Colorado fans were touting Dave Logan as the CU Buffs' next head coach. But it was not to be: CU's hiring of Jon Embree made it clear that Logan is unlikely to ever jump from coaching Mullen High School to his Division I dream job. So he's ... More >>
Embattled Jeffco Board of Education member Laura Boggs is the star of "Boggs Watch."The tales of Jefferson County School Board Member Laura Boggs' "disruptive behavior" around town, including an instance where she reportedly called school "stupid," rallied a good crowd for Thursday night's sc ... More >>
This week's "Boggs Watch" is brought to you by the letter "S."In response to numerous reports of "disruptive behavior" by Jefferson County Board of Education member Laura Boggs, a teacher's union has commissioned a special edition e-mail newsletter, "Boggs Watch," to document her "rogue" tact ... More >>
A photo of a suspect in a raw-sewage dumping; click to enlarge the image. Here's a crime that really stinks: Wheat Ridge Police are on the lookout for a man who poured raw sewage directly from his camper into a drain leading to a retention pond near Wheat Ridge High School. No big deal? Well, Wheat ... More >>
A Denver fighter takes on the ultimate challenge.
That's a wrap!
Early last Friday morning, Colorado went Cup Crazy for soccer.
Sports-talk radio host Scott Hastings is riding the Broncos—and his wild image—all the way to the bank.
Love thy neighbor, the Bible says. But that's not easy in Golden these days.
After sixty years, P.R. Van Scoyk is still hot to trot -- as long as no horse is involved
IN WHEAT RIDGE, THE TIME IS ALWAYS RIGHT FOR FIGHTING IN THE STREET.