Business owners are looking for ways to cut down crime in LoDo and they’re getting help from students at Metropolitan State University.
A big change is coming to the Denver Police Department. In addition to guns and body armor, some officers will soon be armed with cameras.
The Denver Police Department will begin equipping offcers in District Six with body cameras within the next month as part of a pilot project that will likely go department-wide.
Lawmakers rejected a proposal to allow Colorado cities and towns to extend bar hours after the legislator sponsoring the bill on Monday asked them to vote no.
Bars could bars stay open past 2 a.m. under a bill moving forward in the Colorado House.
Colorado cities and towns could have the power to extend bar hours under a proposal advanced by state lawmakers.
CBS4 has learned that the Denver Police Department has notified hundreds of officers that their days off scheduled for this Sunday are being canceled so they can be on hand to deal with potential post Super Bowl issues.
In an effort to cut down on hundreds of intoxicated people flowing out of bars at closing time in downtown Denver, state lawmakers are considering making a change.
Another victim in what could be a string of random attacks on New Year’s Eve in LoDo has come forward, making it a total of five beatings that police are investigating.
Denver police are investigating four violent attacks in LoDo on New Year’s Eve that could be related the “Knockout Game” that involves sucker punching.