Articles By John Ingold
As lawmakers debate repealing it, here's how Colorado's capital punishment system works.
He survived the Aurora Chuck E. Cheese shooting 25 years ago. A possible death penalty repeal is bringing it all back up.
Bobby Stephens: “It just doesn’t make sense to me that this process has been what it’s been.”
Breaking down Colorado's history of capital punishment, plus a searchable database of death penalty cases since 1979.
A state board wouldn’t approve a major report accusing Colorado hospitals of shifting costs onto people with private insurance
Executives from the state’s hospital systems criticized the report at a meeting of the Colorado Healthcare Affordability and Sustainability Enterprise board
A Q&A with Bert Vescolani on aging exhibits, ugly creatures and that time he led a program to train sharks
Summit County health care prices force families to make desperate decisions. A new plan for how consumers buy coverage could change that.
The Peak Health Alliance could become a statewide model for how to give patients an upper hand over prices
Man exonerated in rape case will receive nearly $2 million after Colorado attorney general drops compensation challenge
Clarence Moses-EL spent 28 years in prison after a rape victim said his identity came to her in a dream. Attorney General Phil Weiser says it was a “travesty of justice.”
A Denver-based lobbying firm working for Saudi Arabia met with the White House amid the fallout from a journalist’s killing
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia paid Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck $1.8 million last year to represent its interests in Washington, D.C.
The opioid maker being sued by Colorado for fanning the overdose epidemic says everything it did was FDA-approved
Purdue Pharma, the maker of Oxycontin, has asked a judge in Denver to dismiss the Colorado attorney general’s lawsuit against it