Larry Stevenson

The gathering in Civic Center Park Saturday morning (credit: CBS)

Hundreds Rally To Show Support For Law Enforcement In Denver

More than 200 people have gathered in downtown Denver to support law-enforcement officers after the slayings of two New York police and a series of protests against officer abuse.


The Medina Alert app (credit: CBS)

Mobile App Aims To Stop Hit & Run Drivers In Colorado

A new mobile app can get anyone with a smartphone involved in the search for a hit-and-run driver.


Gov. Hickenlooper signing the bill on Tuesday (credit: CBS)

Statewide Hit & Run Alerts Become Law

Colorado’s governor has signed what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind bill creating statewide roadside alerts for hit-and-run crashes.


Larry Stevenson meets with the mother of Jose Medina, Linda Limon Medina. (Credit: CBS)

Police Alert Program Is Lasting Legacy Of Hit-and-Run Victim

A lawmaker is sponsoring a bill in the Colorado General Assembly that would make the Medina Alert statewide.


Safety improvements were made to the intersection of 14th Ave. and Yosemite in Denver (credit: CBS)

Safety Improvements Made To Intersection After 2 Kids Killed In Hit & Run

Safety improvements are underway at an intersection where two children were killed in a hit and run crash.


A Crime Stoppers billboard urges witnesses to call about a deadly hit & run (credit: CBS)

Billboards Urge Witnesses In Deadly Hit & Run To Come Forward

Police in Denver hope two new billboards and 20 bus stop ads will bring in tips to help them track down a hit and run driver that killed two boys.


Metro Taxi (credit: CBS)

Taxis On Patrol Puts More Wheels On The Streets

There are about to be a lot more eyes on the lookout now that Denver’s Taxis on Patrol program has added more wheels on the street.



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