The Denver Police Department welcomed 60 new officers to its ranks on Friday morning.
Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has determined an officer-involved shooting that occurred in March to be justified.
City leaders in Denver are urging drivers to keep their “Thumbs on the Wheel” in a campaign to reduce distracted driving.
The shooting death of a teenage driver at the wheel of a stolen car has prompted changes to Denver police policy.
Two Denver Police officers will not face criminal charges in connection with the shooting death of a teenager in January.
Denver stopped Thursday morning to honor its fallen officers, laying wreaths at the memorial at police headquarters.
The Denver Police Department has launched a new social media campaign in an effort to solve a series of violent crimes in northeast Denver.
As unsolved killings linked to gang rivalry mount, Denver police and relatives of victims are pleading for witnesses to come forward.
Lawmakers pulled a confusing move over body cameras on Friday. A state Senate committee killed a bill that could provide more cameras but then immediately had a change of heart.
Denver’s mayor teamed up with other community leaders and elected officials to announce additional efforts to suppress gang violence.