Coloradans React To Obama's Illegal Immigration Policy ChangeColoradans are reacting to what some are calling an extreme policy change when it comes to illegal immigrants in the U.S. Some say it's a ploy to get vote, others say the Hispanic vote isn't one to be ignored this election.
Hancock In The Proverbial Catbird SeatIt may be odd to think that a mayor being sworn into office in a city with a $22 million dollar budget deficit, the threat of losing a major annual tradition and a multitude of police issues, has a clear advantage, blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
Denver Police Take-Home Car Goes Too FarA high-ranking Denver police commander has been using a city car to commute to and from work from her home in Elizabeth, even though the commute violated an executive order.
Hancock: Things Will Change With Denver PoliceFresh off his victory in the Denver mayor's race on Tuesday night, Michael Hancock appeared on CBS4 Morning News Wednesday morning to talk about his vision for the city.
Improvements Make It Easier For Cyclists In DenverOn Monday Mayor Bill Vidal announced several improvements that will make it easier to get around the city on two wheels.
Sculpture Honors Man's Family Killed In Hit & RunThe sole survivor of a hit-and-run accident that killed his entire family wants to make sure his loved ones are never forgotten.
Denver Pays $795,000 To Settle Brutality AllegationsA man who says he was beaten by Denver police is getting $795,000 under a settlement with the city.
Mayor Vidal Joins Llamas & Children At The LibraryDenver Mayor Bill Vidal read the book "Is Your Mama a Lama?" in Spanish on Saturday to a young audience.
Officers Fired Over LoDo Beating CaseThe Denver Police Department has fired both police officers caught on tape in the LoDo beating case.
DPD Asked to Cut 100 Jobs, Fire Department Cutting 20Facing a bleak financial picture, Denver budget analysts have told the Denver Police Department it will need to slash the equivalent of 100 full time employees from its 2012 budget and come up with total savings of nearly $24 million dollars for 2012.
Denver Mayor Appoints New Safety ManagerThe former head of the Denver public defender's office has been named as the city's new safety manager.
Manager Of Safety To Step Down For 'Personal Reasons'Denver's Manager of Safety, Mary Malatesta, plans to resign, according to her co-workers, close associates and an announcement made Wednesday to mayoral cabinet members.

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