Man Arrested Following Multiple Fire Investigations Near Each OtherA man was arrested and taken to the hospital Saturday afternoon after police said he was linked to multiple fires in their jurisdiction.
'Horse Head' Bandit Wanted In 3 Bank RobberiesThe search continues for the "Horse Head" bandit who is wanted in three bank robberies over the past month.
Officers To Conduct 'Move Over' Education On I-25On a stretch of I-25 on Thursday, police officers from five different departments will be stopping motorists.
Thieves Repeatedly Break Into Fiddler's GreenSurveillance photos have been released of three men accused of breaking into Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre and stealing alcohol.
Police Defend Actions On Barricaded Suspect: 'Property Is Last'The Greenwood Police Department defended the actions of its officers during a 20-hour standoff last week that left a home, where a barricaded shoplifting suspect had taken refuge, destroyed.
Homeowner To Police: 'You've Destroyed A Family's Life'The man whose home was destroyed during a standoff with police believes officers took extreme measures when they tried to capture the suspect.
Standoff Suspect ID'd, Was Wanted For Stealing 2 Belts & A Shirt From WalmartA standoff that stretched across two days in Greenwood Village and included the suspect firing shots at police came to a peaceful resolution.
Officials Say No Problems With Edibles On HalloweenDenver-area authorities said Monday they received no reports of children accidentally eating pot-laced candies this Halloween.
Suspected Drugged Driver Crashes Into Patrol Car, New Cars At Kia DealershipA driver is suspected of driving under the influence of drugs after he crashed into a Greenwood Village Police patrol car and damaged more than two dozen brand new cars at a Kia dealership.
Colorado House Democrats Advance Gun Control BillsColorado Democrats gave initial approval to expanding background checks on firearm purchases Tuesday, as well as setting new ammunition limits, starting an intense debate over stricter gun laws that drew hundreds to the state Capitol.