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  • Tennis: Denver's Slattery leads list of Peninsula players making impact in college

    Tennis: Denver's Slattery leads list of Peninsula players making impact in college
    Sophomore Maureen Slattery headlines the list of Peninsula products who have enjoyed college tennis success this season.
  • A look at judge, lawyers in Colorado theater shooting trial

    Key players in the trial of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes: ___ THE JUDGE Carlos A. Samour Jr. became a district court judge in 2007 after working as a private defense attorney, then a Denver prosecutor. Samour moved to the United States from...

    Trial of Colorado theater gunman James Holmes: Opening statements Monday

    Trial of Colorado theater gunman James Holmes: Opening statements Monday
    Eirz Scott does not plan to attend James Holmes' trial unless her son, Jarell Brooks, is called to testify. But she knows how she wants the lengthy legal proceeding to end. A bullet tore a chunk out of her boy's thigh while he was helping a young family...

    With legalization, lawyers turn to business of pot

    Lawyers and pot dealers have long intersected in criminal court, but as marijuana goes mainstream, attorneys have been working to keep sellers and growers legit. Marijuana divisions are popping up at law firms to advise pot shops on where they can...

    EXCHANGE: Conscientious objector tells WWII role

    John Regan may have slowed down a bit, but at 104, he's still got it. The Decatur man, whose birthday was Feb. 15, spends weekday mornings at the Decatur Public Library, where he makes paper copies of newspaper articles from microfilm, collecting them in...