Man With PVC Pipe Goes After People On 16th Street MallNew video shows another attack on Denver's 16th Street Mall, provoking a strong response from Denver's mayor.
Woman Critical After Being Shot In LoDo Office Building, Suspect DeadShots were fired in the area of 15th and Wynkoop streets Tuesday afternoon and a female victim was rushed to the hospital with several gunshot wounds.
$650,000 Price Tag To Increase Patrols Along 16th Street MallPolice in Denver will spend more than a half million dollars to increase police patrols along the 16th Street Mall in hopes of improving security to help people feel safe.
Denver Sheriff Announces Use Of Force Policy ChangesDenver Sheriff Patrick Firman announced the details of a new use of force policy for the department that include retraining of deputies.
Colorado Leaders React To Orlando Massacre, Vigils PlannedThe massacre at an Orlando nightclub that claimed 50 lives early Sunday is the worst mass shooting in U.S. history and it has prompted Coloradans to show their support.
Tiny Houses Coming To DenverDenver's Board of Environmental Health has cleared the way for tiny houses to come to the Mile High City.
Mayor Hancock Declines Interview On City Attorney ResignationDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has declined a request to be interviewed about the resignation of his city attorney, Scott Martinez.
Denver City Attorney Scott Martinez Steps DownScott Martinez, Denver’s city attorney who had been under fire on several fronts, is stepping down with little explanation, according to an announcement from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
'Be A Smart Ash' Campaign Designed To Protect TreesAn insect threatening to kill hundreds of trees in Colorado has gotten the attention of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock who wants to get ahead of the problem.
Charlotte Mayor Makes Good On Super Bowl BetThe mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina was in Denver on Wednesday to make good on her Super Bowl bet. Before the Denver Broncos beat the North Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, Jennifer Roberts and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock made a friendly wager.
2 Men Step Up, Make Sure Kids In Rough Neighborhood Can Play BallBaseball season almost never happened for a group of kids in one Denver neighborhood. It's a part of town that might need youth sports the most, so two men stepped up and made sure the kids could play ball.
Denver Celebrates New Train Service To AirportDenver is celebrating its new train service between downtown and the airport.