DPD Gang Unit Was MIA During LoDo MurderA CBS4 Investigation has found that the Denver Police Department’s gang bureau was warned about potential gang violence in LoDo the night of July 29, but the unit commander sent his officers home hours before the end of their shift.
200+ Shots Fired In Lodo Parking Lot, 18 Weapons InvolvedThe Denver District Attorney's Office says more than 200 shots were fired in a shooting between gang members in LoDo over the weekend after police initially said it was closer to 100 shots.
Police: 100+ Shots Fired In LoDo Parking Lot Gang ShootoutPolice say more than 100 shots were fired in a shooting in LoDo over the weekend.
Dozens Of Cars Sprayed With Bullets In ShootoutPolice are investigating a deadly gunfight that left dozens of bullet shells scattered in a downtown Denver parking lot.
Sex Assault Prevention Director: Dating Apps No More Dangerous -- Or SafeA Denver man has been arrested and charged with sexual assault after investigators say he used the dating app Tinder to connect with a woman and then rape her.
Man Accused Of Raping Tinder DateA Denver man has been charged with sexual assault after allegedly raping a woman he met on a mobile phone app.
Denver Firefighter Death Prompts Nationwide AlertThe National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has issued a nationwide alert to fire departments across the country following last July’s death of Denver firefighter John Whelan.
Celebrations On Denver Streets Mostly Peaceful, 17 ArrestedIn the days leading up to the Super Bowl, police in Denver made pleas to residents to avoid rowdiness in their celebrations if the Broncos won.
Report Calls For Changes After Firefighter DeathA Denver Fire Department report following the July death of firefighter John Whelan calls for numerous changes including a dedicated safety officer, better internal information flow, and a variety of warnings to firefighters.
CBS4 Investigation Prompts Warnings To Firefighters About SkylightsDays after a CBS4 investigation revealed at least two incidents of Denver firefighters falling through fiberglass skylights, the Denver Fire Department has now begun surveying similar buildings and placing warnings in the department’s computer dispatch system.
New Weekend Taxicab Stand In LoDo For Bar Patrons Who've Had Too Much To DrinkIn an effort to discourage drunk driving, the Denver Police, Public Works, and Excise & Licenses departments have teamed up to create temporary taxicab stands in LoDo on weekends.
New Taxi Stand In Lodo Designed To Get People Home SafelyA new taxi stand in Lodo began operating on Friday night and is designed to get people home safely.