Occupy Wall Street
The city of Denver has spent about $430,000 on overtime and materials on Occupy Denver protests but expects to be able to cover those costs within its existing budget.
Police have dismantled an anti-Wall Street protest site in downtown Colorado Springs.
As the national Occupy Wall Street protests enter their third month, Denver’s version is shaping up as a fluctuating movement whose numbers and goals shift with the day of the week.
A well-known attorney said the police in Denver are going too far in their response to the Occupy Denver protests.
The overtime bill for police in Denver associated with the Occupy Denver protests is much less than previously estimated.
Three people have been detained after they interrupted a foreclosure auction in Grand Junction.
Denver police say anti-Wall Street protests cost taxpayers more than $360,000 for the first few weeks of last month, and the costs keep rising. CBS4Denver.com Blogger Dominic Dezzutti shares a personal observation about the scene at Civic Center Park his latest entry.
Occupy Wall Street supporters in Denver are preparing to move from Civic Center Park to another city park to make way for a Veteran’s Day celebration.
“I’m wondering who Michael Moore held as a higher priority, people who bought his book or people standing in the cold,” CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes in his latest blog entry.
Denver supporters of the Occupy Wall Street movement say they’re temporarily moving their protest location out of respect for a Veterans Day parade and marching in front of downtown banks this weekend.