Alan Prendergast has been writing for Westword for over thirty years. He teaches journalism at Colorado College; his stories about the justice system, historic crimes, high-security prisons and death by misadventure have won numerous awards and appeared in a wide range of magazines and anthologies.
5 months ago | Business
A case in Denver's federal court exposes dark corners of the chaotic trucking industry.
7 months ago | Law Enforcement
They'll meet on January 12.
7 months ago | Business
Shihan Qu is finally giving up.
9 months ago | Crime
The globetrotter has been grounded.
9 months ago | Colorado History
Southeast Colorado may be the state's most neglected corner.
12 months ago | Law Enforcement
Nearly a year after he died, the official version is under fresh attack.