A legal battle is ramping up after an incident at the Denver Zoo where a man died one year ago after being tased by police.
No criminal charges will be filed against eight Denver police officers after an altercation at the Denver Zoo.
About 100 anti-police protesters filled the streets of downtown Denver Saturday night. They carried signs and chanted during their demonstration.
Prosecutors won’t file charges in the death of a man who died after scuffling with police and security guards at the Denver Zoo.
The autopsy on the man who died after fighting with police and security at the Denver Zoo in July shows his death was a homicide.
The Denver Zoo is launching a new community outreach program. It follows the death of a man who died in a scuffle with police.
Protesters are demanding changes from the Denver Zoo and police following the death of a man at the zoo on Monday. They also want an apology.
Family and friends of a man who died after being hit with a stun gun in a confrontation with police at the Denver Zoo say authorities overreacted when reports of trouble came in.
The Denver Zoo said a man involved in a deadly confrontation with police was making bizarre statements, including calling himself a lion.
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