Four Sentenced In Marijuana Robbery That Turned Into Murder Three men and a woman were sentenced Friday for their roles in the shooting death of a Loveland man 17 months ago during a planned marijuana sale.
Officers Recognized For Acts Of HeroismSome officers at the Denver Police Department were recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty.
Special Screws Aim To Curb Spike In License Plate TheftsThieves are stealing license plates from cars and SUVs at an alarming pace, prompting the Denver Police Department to issue theft-resistant screws to drivers to try to thwart the plate thieves.
Some Denver Residents Will Hear Gunfire, But It's Only A TestSome people living in Denver may hear a lot of gunfire on Wednesday night but don't worry, it's just a test.
Police Investigating Crash That Left One Person Seriously InjuredPolice say it happened around midnight at West Colfax Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard.
'The Community Is Not Safe': Police Ask For Tips About Fugitive Who Escaped From HospitalPolice said the search for Mauricio Venzor-Gonzales is their "top priority."
No Bump Stocks Turned In To Denver Police After BanNo bump stocks have been turned over to Denver authorities after the city banned the accessories used in last year's mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 58 people and injured hundreds.
Semi Driver Killed In Hit & Run Identified, Suspect Driver Wanted By ICEThe man who was driving a semi truck when he killed in a hit-and-run crash last week has been identified as John Anderson of Lone Tree.
Charges Filed Against Deadly Hit & Run Suspect Wanted By ICEThe man arrested in the deadly hit-and-run that shut down Interstate 70 last weekend has been formally charged.
Suspect In Deadly Hit & Run Wanted By ICEThe man arrested in the deadly hit-and-run that shut down Interstate 70 over the weekend is wanted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement for being in the country illegally.
Colorado FOP Pushes For Investigation Into Mayor's BehaviorThe Colorado Fraternal Order of Police is calling for an investigation of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's behavior from recently-revealed text messages to a female officer on his security detail.
'Not My Job': Gov. Hickenlooper On Calls For Denver Mayor To ResignWhen asked if he believes that Denver Mayor Michael Hancock should resign in light of a recent scandal involving inappropriate texts, Gov. John Hickenlooper replied, "Not my job to say."