Safe Summer Program Silencing Gang ViolenceA program aimed at ending gang violence this summer in East Denver has been a tremendous success. After a violent May, Reverend Leon Kelly rallied community leaders and law enforcement to stop the violence.
Denver Police Say Crime Is On The Rise, But 'The Sky Isn't Falling'For the first time under current Police Chief Robert White, crime is on the rise in Denver.
An Unlikely Group: Rival Gangs, Victims, Pastors & Community Leaders MeetRival gang members on Wednesday sat down face to face at an unusual gathering that included victims of violent crime, clergy members and community leaders.
Former Denver Gang Member Illustrates Problem's ComplexitiesThe young man in the baggy cargo pants and scraggly hipster beard could have been among the dead.
Got A Tip That Leads To A Gang-Related Arrest? Get More CashThe Denver Police Department has launched a new social media campaign in an effort to solve a series of violent crimes in northeast Denver.
Denver Police, Survivors Plead For Witnesses In Gang CrimesAs unsolved killings linked to gang rivalry mount, Denver police and relatives of victims are pleading for witnesses to come forward.
Denver Police Investigate 2 New ShootingsDenver police have two more shootings to investigate amid a plague of gang shootings.
Gang Violence Rampant, City Adds Cops & CamerasAfter Denver police recorded their 12th gang murder in the four months of 2015, city leaders called all hands on deck.
Denver Mayor: 'We're Doubling Down' Against Gang ViolenceDenver's mayor teamed up with other community leaders and elected officials to announce additional efforts to suppress gang violence.
Community Gathers To Rally Against Gang ViolenceA Denver neighborhood devastated by gang violence gathered together on Wednesday afternoon to take a stand.
Police ID Victims Of Gang-Related Shooting Near Lowry NeighborhoodA $2,000 reward is now being offered for information in a shooting that left two men dead at an apartment near the Lowry neighborhood.
Mayor Hancock Calls For End To Violence After Deadly Weekend In DenverDenver Mayor Michael Hancock was joined at a news conference Monday by his police chief and city council members following a string of weekend shootings that killed four people.