Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has decided an officer-involved shooting that left a suspect in a hostage situation dead was justified.
Less expensive home security systems are capturing more and more crimes on video, but are the cameras leading to more convictions? Alan Gionet asks the Good Question, “Are cameras cracking crimes?”
A teen has been formally charged in connection with a murder that occurred on Oct. 19.
The Denver District Attorney’s Office has cleared a police officer who shot and wounded a man accused of killing a neighbor and using makeshift explosives.
A Denver anti-gang activist has been formally charged with attempted murder following a shooting in the parking lot of a community center.
A 17-year-old suspect in the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy in Denver has been charged as an adult.
The arrest by federal officials of 150 pimps across the country and in Denver in a three-day sweep highlights what the Denver district attorney says is a growing problem: child prostitution.
If convicted he’ll be the first person to face the death penalty in Denver in years, and one day after the district attorney announced his decision in the case of Dexter Lewis, experts are skeptical a Denver jury would go along the capital punishment.
For the first time since 1999, prosecutors in Denver are seeking the death penalty.
The Denver district attorney says an officer who shot and wounded a man wielding scissors at a home for military veterans was justified in his actions and won’t face criminal charges.