Denver Police Department
Denver police pepper-sprayed a small group of protesters on Colfax Avenue on Tuesday in the second night of rallies opposing the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case.
CBS4 has learned that the Denver Police Department has officially demoted Captain Joe Black to the rank of lieutenant after he was seen on videotape shoving a fan at Coors Field last summer.
One person was wounded in a shooting in a fast-food parking lot near the Northfield shopping center in east Denver on Thursday night.
Denver is experiencing its tightest rental market in a decade, which can put renters in a desperate situation and make them susceptible to scammers.
A man racked up more than $27,000 in hotel stays this fall, police allege, by telling the luxurious Denver spots to send the bills to the Denver arts organizations.
A man who may be pretending to be a professional town car or cab driver sexually assaulted a woman after picking her up in Lower Downtown last month.
Chuck Montoya, the man convicted in car chase and shooting that wounded a Denver police officer, was sentenced to 87 years in prison on Friday.
Police in Denver would like the public’s help identifying a suspect responsible for at least two bank robberies.
Three citizens on Tuesday were honored and thanked for helping save the life of a Denver police officer.
A CBS4 investigation has found a Denver police technician was paid thousands to stay home and recuperate from a line-of-duty injury in 2013, but while collecting his paycheck he was simultaneously moonlighting.