Police in Denver arrested six protesters on Saturday night after the downtown demonstrations turned violent.
Police in Denver arrested six protesters in downtown Denver on Saturday night after spraying the group with pepper spray.
A protest group called “Occupy Denver” that used to protest in downtown Denver and in public areas has now reverted to a different tactic — descending on a quiet Denver neighborhood every Sunday afternoon and protesting outside a private home.
Political buffs and young people looking for free T-shirts crowded the University of Denver campus Wednesday to watch the first debate between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney on large outdoor screens.
There were at least three scheduled protests during the presidential debate Wednesday night and demonstrators told 4 On Your Side Investigator Rick Sallinger they weren’t planning on staying in the designated area set aside by law enforcement.
At least three groups are planning protests surrounding the presidential debate at the University of Denver on Wednesday. They don’t plan to utilize a specified area cordoned off specifically for them.
The eyes of the free world will be on the University of Denver and the security concern is for those who might wish to do harm.
In Denver supporters held a demonstration and dance party downtown in front of the Wells Fargo bank.
It’s a ski sale, but occupy Denver has a problem with Sports Authority hosting its annual SNIAGRAB.
Bargain hunters will soon begin staking tents outside the Sports Authority Sports Castle in downtown Denver for their annual SNIAGRAB sale. This will occur again this year despite a camping ban in city limits.