August 8, 2007 | Denver Post
Slain GI was adamant about backing president
They were a 21st-century Odd Couple, living in Durango. She was a middle-aged Democrat who loved to cook, and he was a 20- something Republican who loved to eat. They were housemates for two years and became good friends, but when the war in Iraq began, their opinions on it couldn't have been further apart.
July 17, 2007 | Denver Post
Statehouse security under scrutiny
In 2002, people complained about having to enter Colorado's Capitol through metal detectors. So legislators removed the extra layer of security. That move was instantly called into question after a gunman made his way toward the office of Gov. Bill Ritter before he was shot and killed by a state trooper.
July 10, 2007 | Denver Post
Access to Dem convention stymies disabled
Advocates for the disabled say they are once again being left in the dark as Democrats plan for next year's national convention in Denver. "We can't get anyone to talk to us. That's what's so frustrating," said Julie Reiskin, executive director of the nonprofit Colorado Cross-Disability Association.
July 9, 2007 | Denver Post
Secret life surprises kin, pals of missing woman
For most of last week, friends and family of a missing Grand Junction mother were surprised on an almost-daily basis as they learned the secrets she had been keeping.
June 11, 2007 | Denver Post
Roan drilling sets up a fight
Some of Colorado's top elected officials are preparing to battle a federal agency over its plan to allow drilling on vast amounts of the Roan Plateau. U.S. Reps. Mark Udall and John Salazar will try in Congress to put a one-year hold on the plan.