Former School Counselor Resigns After Arrest For Sexual AssaultA former school counselor arrested for sexual assault has resigned from his current position as a teacher’s aide.
Sex Assault Prevention Director: Dating Apps No More Dangerous -- Or SafeA Denver man has been arrested and charged with sexual assault after investigators say he used the dating app Tinder to connect with a woman and then rape her.
Man Accused Of Raping Tinder DateA Denver man has been charged with sexual assault after allegedly raping a woman he met on a mobile phone app.
Mother Files Lawsuit Against Officer Who Shot Mentally Ill SonThe mother of a mentally ill man shot and killed by a police officer has filed a lawsuit against the officer who shot him, the chief of the Denver Police Department, and the City and County of Denver.
Inmate Mad About Not Getting Cookie Guilty Of Throwing Feces On DeputiesA Denver Detention Center inmate mad about not getting a cookie and throwing feces on deputies has been found guilty of second-degree assault.
Man Accused Of DUI In Colorado Convention Center CrashProsecutors say the driver of a pickup truck that crashed into the front doors of the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, injuring two bystanders, was drunk.
Grand Jury Indicts 17 Accused Of Belonging To Meth & Heroin RingSeventeen people have been indicted by a grand jury on 46 counts for violating Colorado’s Organized Crime Control Act.
Mayor Hancock Declines Interview On City Attorney ResignationDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has declined a request to be interviewed about the resignation of his city attorney, Scott Martinez.
Denver City Attorney Scott Martinez Steps DownScott Martinez, Denver’s city attorney who had been under fire on several fronts, is stepping down with little explanation, according to an announcement from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
City Asks To Dismiss Shapiro Whistleblower ClaimDenver’s City Attorney is asking that a whistleblower appeal filed by Senior Assistant City Attorney Stuart Shapiro be dismissed. It’s the latest salvo in the controversial and long running saga of Shapiro, who was placed on paid leave for nearly two years before being finally brought back to work.
Denver District Attorney To Review Possible Open Records ViolationThe Denver District Attorney’s Office announced Friday it would take an "initial look" at allegations that Denver’s City Attorney may have improperly withheld or manipulated public records.
Man Convicted Of Sex Assaults In Denver, Cases Had Gone ColdA Denver jury has convicted a man who was charged in two sexual assaults - one in 1998 and the other in 2000.