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Family Wants Answers After Inmate Placed On Life SupportThe Denver Police Department is investigating an incident at the city jail that left an inmate on life support at Denver Health Medical Center.
Denver Jail Inmate Hospitalized Following Altercation With DeputiesCBS4 has learned an inmate from the Denver City jail is hospitalized in critical condition after getting into a physical altercation with multiple Denver Sheriffs Department deputies Wednesday night. He has been transferred to Denver Health Medical center.
Police Search For Murder Suspect Wanted In Deadly ShootingLess than 24 hours after a deadly shooting in the historic Baker Neighborhood of Denver, police released a picture of the suspected gunman.
Man Charged, Suspected Of Flashing Badge At Denver HealthA man has been charged after he allegedly posed as a police officer and flashed a badge at Denver Health Medical Center.
Store Owner To Pay Largest-Ever Fine In U.S. For Selling SpiceThe country's largest ever settlement with a store owner selling the drug known as spice has been reached in Denver.
Firefighter With Child Found Hiding In Burning Home: 'Open The Ambulance Door!'Firefighters believe two children were hiding inside a burning home on Tuesday morning which kept them from discovering them right away.
Police Asking For Help In Northeast Denver Murder InvestigationPolice in Denver would like the public's help in a murder investigation.
Alleged Kidnapping Victim Led Police To A Garage Full Of Other VictimsPolice made a stunning discovery connected to the raid on a Denver home last week -- four women had been kidnapped, held hostage and abused.
Police Release ID Of Man Shot & Killed In Five PointsThe identity of a man who was killed after an early morning shooting in Five Points has been released.
'He's Dead, He's Dead' Says Witness To Five Points ShootingThe victim, found at 21st Street and Stout Street, was transported to the hospital around 3 a.m. Wednesday.
Doctor Says Spike In 'Rabbit Fever' Cases Should 'Be A Concern' For The PublicThe number of human cases of tularemia -- also known as rabbit fever -- is 10 times higher this year than just two years ago.
Civil Service Says Denver Officer Fired For Excessive Force Should Get Job BackA ruling by a civil service commission says a Denver police officer who was involved in an excessive force case should get his job back along with back pay.
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