We generally don't post headlines over the weekend, but news broke last night that Timothy Masters, who has been imprisoned since 1999 for the murder of Peggy Hetrick, will be released and granted a new trial. The Northern Colorado dailies, of course, have been reporting on this for some time now, but Greg Campbell has, arguably, done the most consistently solid reporting on the topic for the Tribune papers. Here's today's piece and a video of yesterday's press conference, from Denver's Fox affiliate.
While updating, I ran into this piece, from the Rocky, on Fort Collins Police Detective Linda Wheeler-Holloway's determination in the Masters' case. It might be the most interesting Masters-related story of the day, if only for the detail and the writing, which isn't as stale as the straight reports.
Shameless promo headline: Chronicle delivery cyclist featured in the Coloradoan.
Beetle mania: The Front Range takes on the pine beetle.
Speaking of stale: The Rocky's latest attempt at an online audience: Two sides that look a lot alike.
Health cares: NIH doesn't have time for conflicts.