Officer Shot In The Line Of Duty Inspires First-Time Blood DonorsDozens of people gave blood for the first time on Saturday. They were inspired to roll up their sleeves by the story of a Denver police officer who was shot in the line of duty.
Denver Officer Shot In The Line Of Duty Takes First Steps Since SurgeryA Denver police officer who was shot in the line of duty and underwent hours of excruciating surgery to severed arteries in his arms and legs took his first steps in his recovery on Wednesday.
Community Supports Police Commander After Son Shot In Line Of DutyAlmost every month, Denver Police District 6 Commander Tony Lopez invites members of the community to meet him for a cup of coffee but this time, he wasn't there.
DA: Suspect In Officer-Involved Shooting Confessed, Bond Set At $550,000Denver's District Attorney said that the man accused of shooting a Denver police officer multiple times confessed to the shooting.
Suspect In Officer-Involved Shooting IdentifiedThe suspect injured in an officer-involved shooting that left one Denver police officer seriously injured has been identified.
Metro State Students Conduct Crime Study In LoDoBusiness owners are looking for ways to cut down crime in LoDo and they’re getting help from students at Metropolitan State University.
Capitol Hill Residents Meet With Police After Recent MurdersOn Thursday worried neighbors packed a meeting with police near where a man was stabbed to death in Capitol Hill.
Deadly Stabbing In Capitol Hill Neighborhood Remains MysteryThere are no suspects named and no one has been arrested in the deadly stabbing of a man leaving the Pub on Penn last week. Now police and the community are taking action.
Police Using New Tactics To Curb Violence In LoDoLoDo on the weekends keeps Denver police officers busy. When CBS4's Dominic Garcia asked police what's changed to improve safety, they invited him and photojournalist Mark Neitro to hang out for a night.
Pranks Or Pushback? DPD Station Hit With MischiefA series of mischievious events at a Denver Police substation -- including mace planted in a command officer's car -- are nothing more than practical jokes, according to a department spokesperson.