Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns

Littwin: Justice prevailed in the racist killing of Ahmaud Arbery, but we should remember that it almost didn’t

In the end, you could say that justice was done in the case of the death of Ahmaud Arbery. But you could also say  — and should remember — that it was a near thing, that without the eventual release of a damning video showing the murder of a Black man killed while jogging, there’s […]

Posted inNews, Politics and Government

Gov. Jared Polis will select one of these three people to serve on the Colorado Supreme Court

The retirement of Nathan B. Coats, the last Republican-appointed judge on the Colorado Supreme Court, has cleared the way for Gov. Jared Polis to make his first pick for the high court. Polis, a Democrat, is expected to announce his choice this week. Former Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed five current justices and former Gov. Bill […]

Posted inSunLit, SunLit Interviews

The violent death of a childhood friend steered a Colorado author’s writing toward crime — and justice

Award-winning author Donnell Ann Bell knows statistically that crime and accidents happen within a two-mile radius of home. With that in mind, she leaves the international capers to others and concentrates on stories that might happen in her neck of the woods.  Donnell’s novels “The Past Came Hunting,” “Deadly Recall,” “Betrayed” and “Buried Agendas” have […]