Martin Luther King Boulevard

The scene Monday night (credit: Glenn McReynolds)

Police Investigating Shooting On Holly Street In Northeast Denver

Denver police are investigating a shooting in the Park Hill neighborhood Monday night.


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Water Main Breaks On Martin Luther King Boulevard

Denver Water is working to fix a water main break on Martin Luther King Boulevard.


Philip Lucero (credit: CBS)

Reward Offered In Search For Suspect After Man Found Shot To Death In Car

Police in Denver are offering a reward in the search for a suspect in the murder of a man found shot to death in his car. Detectives hope the public can help them catch a killer.


Philip Lucero (credit: CBS)

Homicide Victim Near City Park Identified

Denver police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting near City Park as 49-year-old Philip Lucero.


The area of Martin Luther King Boulevard where the body was found (credit: CBS)

Denver Police Investigate Homicide After Body Found In Car

Police in Denver are investigating a homicide after they found a body inside a car early Sunday morning.


An image of the crash from Copter4 (credit: CBS)

School Bus Driver Not At Fault In Crash On Colorado Boulevard

Denver police say a Denver Public Schools bus driver was not at fault in an accident at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Colorado Boulevard Friday morning.


An image from the scene (credit: CBS)

Pregnant Woman Found With Serious Injuries In Street

Denver police are investigating after a woman was found with a serious head injury in a Denver street on Sunday evening.


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Denver Police Investigate Yet Another Hit & Run

Police in Denver are investigating another hit-and-run that occurred Friday night.


Mayor Michael Hancock and DPS Superintendent Thomas Boasberg at the Bill Roberts Early Childhood Education School on Monday (credit: CBS)

Seniors Camp Out At Thomas Jefferson High Before First Day Of School

Even though some schools got a head start last week, many schools across the Denver Public School District, like Thomas Jefferson High School, kicked off the new school year on Monday.


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Bike Parade To Kick Off DPS School Year On Monday

To celebrate the start of the new year, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Superintendent Tom Boasberg will ride their bikes to school with students.