Police videotape obtained by CBS4 shows disguised men defacing the Denver Police fallen officers memorial last Saturday as at least one officer expressed fear the protesters would try to light the memorial on fire.
A federal judge put the brakes on President Obama’s executive action on immigration that was supposed to take effect on Wednesday, but it didn’t stop a group in Denver from holding a rally.
Denver leaders On Tuesday submitted a $117 million grant proposal to the state to help fund an $800 million plan to expand the National Western Complex.
Colorado supporters of President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration reform say they are disappointed but not surprised that a judge has blocked the order.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says he supports the police chief’s actions following the vandalism of a fallen officers memorial, even as the police union is calling for his resignation.
Denver International Airport turns 20 years old this month, and is celebrating the anniversary with a collection of new recordings on terminal-concourse trains.
Hundreds of friends and relatives gathered to say goodbye to a 17-year-old girl shot to death by Denver police officers, recalling her big heart.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock canceled a speech to a gay rights conference because of protests at the event over the police department’s fatal shooting of a 17-year-old girl, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Students who went to class at dozens of schools in Denver didn’t bother to get dressed on Thursday. They stayed in their pajamas all day but it’s all for a good cause.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has kicked off his re-election campaign.