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Kevin Vaughan, Denver Post city editor, leaving to join nonprofit I-News

9 years ago by Michael Roberts
Despite reassurances, questions continue to be raised about the financial health of the Denver Post following the bankruptcy of the Journal Register Company, sister firm of MediaNews Group, the Post's owner. But Post city editor Kevin Vaughan insists that sinking-ship fears had nothing to do with his surprising decision to...
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Denver Post changes include new city editor Kevin Vaughan, new columnist Chuck Murphy

9 years ago by Michael Roberts
Clearly, change was in the offing for the Denver Post, which confirmed last week that nineteen staffers took buyouts. But the scope of shifts among those who remain is still surprising. Among the most notable: the naming of longtime reporter Kevin Vaughan as city editor and veteran editor Chuck Murphy...
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ATF Executing Search Warrants Around Denver, Including Hells Angels Clubhouse

1 year ago by Ana Campbell
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is executing search warrants around Denver today, November 7, in conjunction with local law enforcement agencies.
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James Carter Revisits the Music of Django Reinhardt

2 years ago by Jon Solomon
The James Carter Organ Trio will be at Dazzle March 31 and April 1.
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Ax Handle Attacker Alex Ewing Named Suspect in Bennett Family Murders

3 years ago by Michael Roberts
At a press conference this morning, representatives of the Aurora Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies confirmed that Alex Christopher Ewing, a 57-year-old prisoner in Nevada, where he's serving time for brutally beating a couple with an ax handle, has been named in arrest warrants related to the 1984 hammer killings of Bruce, Debra and Melissa Bennett and the severe wounding of Vanessa Bennett, then age three, as well as the murder of Lakewood resident Patricia Louise Smith six days earlier.
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Jury Finds Deputy Who Paralyzed Cody Cox Was Justified: Here's Why

3 years ago by Michael Roberts
More than four years after Clear Creek County Deputy Don Wilson shot Cody Cox in the neck after a car chase on Interstate 70 near Georgetown, leaving him paralyzed, a jury has found that his actions were justified.
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Free For All: The Five Best Free Events This Week

3 years ago by Byron Graham
As we head into Halloween, the entertainment calendar is so packed, it's scary. Here are five free events for the workweek of October 23 through October 27.
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JonBenet Ramsey: CNN Revisits the Coldest Case — Again

4 years ago by Alan Prendergast
At least one cable channel is betting that the glut of JonBenét Ramsey specials three months ago hasn't exhausted the public fascination with one of the nation's most infamous unsolved homicides.
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Denver Post newsrack ad botches spelling of former Rocky reporter's name

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
What's in a name? In the case of former Rocky Mountain News reporter Kevin Vaughan, twelve letters -- one of them an "a" that didn't make the final version of a newsrack display listing eight Rocky veterans recently hired by the Denver Post. Who the hell is Kevin Vaughn? I...
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JonBenet Ramsey Investigation: Distorted DNA Part of Ongoing Coverup?

4 years ago by Alan Prendergast
A new report by two of Colorado's premiere investigative reporters indicates that former Boulder District Attorney Mary Lacy misrepresented DNA evidence in the JonBenét Ramsey investigation in order to clear her parents and her brother of any suspicion in the six-year-old's 1996 murder. That revelation is unsettling enough, but it also...

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