Juneteenth Celebration Fatal Shooting Remains Unsolved, Reward Of $7,000 Now Being Offered In AuroraMore reward money is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of a suspect in a shooting last year at a park in Aurora.
Reward Increased To $10,000 In Denver Shooting That Critically Injured ToddlerThe Denver Police Department released a new image of the suspect accused of shooting a man and a toddler on Monday afternoon.
Human Remains Discovered In 2 Suitcases Left Beside Road In DenverOfficers rushed to the scene after someone reported suspicious bags left beside the road on Tuesday morning.
Aurora Police Search For Driver In Deadly Hit & Run On East Iliff AvenueThe Aurora Police Department is searching for the driver responsible for a deadly hit and run.
Shayla Hammel Identified As Human Remains Investigation Continues In Conejos CountyThe second of three sets of human remains found in a remote area in Conejos County has been identified as a 34-year-old Saguache woman.
'He's Dead Isn't He?': Family Prays For Answers In Fallen Officer Thomas Carpenter's Cold CaseThere are some wounds that never heal. One of those is losing a father.
Aurora Police Search For Suspect In Gas Station Shooting On ColfaxThe Aurora Police Department is investigating a shooting on Thursday night at a gas station.
Watch: Creepy Clown Waving Knife Robs Convenience Store In PuebloA person in a clown mask was caught on camera slowly walking down an alley outside JR's County Store on Prairie Avenue, then waving a knife as he walked in.
Gregory Stapleton, 'Armed And Dangerous' Auraria Campus Stabbing Suspect, May Have Traveled To HoustonInvestigators in Denver believe Gregory Stapleton, the suspect wanted in a deadly stabbing near a church in Denver, may have traveled to Texas.
Serial Bank Robbery Suspects Accused Of Pistol-Whipping Thornton TellerThree men suspected of a violent bank robbery in Thornton are also wanted for two bank robberies in Englewood.
Aurora Police Hope Release Of 3 Videos Will Help Them Catch Porch PiratesAurora police hope images from home surveillance cameras will help them catch three different porch pirates.