Federal Judge Approves Denver Homeless SettlementA federal judge approved an unusual lawsuit settlement between the city of Denver and its homeless population Monday.
'It's Very Touching': Denver One Of 2 Finalists For Museum Of ValorDenver could one day be home to a new national treasure.
Denver Police Foundation Recognizes Denver Police Officers Who Served Overseas After 9/11Many military members from Colorado were deployed to Afghanistan after 9/11, including some Denver police officers.
Former Soccer Coach Charged With Sexual Assault On ChildAuthorities want to contact other potential victims of a man who has been accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in 1996.
Man Suspected Of Killing Suspected Car Thief Faces JudgeA Denver man faced a judge on Monday on a murder charge.
Car Owner Arrested For Murder After Alleged Car Thief DiesA 24-year-old Denver man is in jail and may face a murder charge after he allegedly confronted a group of purported car thieves inside his vehicle Friday morning.
US Authorities: Marijuana Involvement Imperils CitizenshipImmigration authorities on Friday said that anyone with any involvement with marijuana, regardless of whether it's legal in the state where they live, can be denied citizenship because the drug is still illegal under federal law.
Two Officers Hit At Denver's Auraria Campus
Difficult Weekend For Drivers Near CreeksTwo snowy days, two vehicles in Clear Creek. And almost a third drawn into the waters of Cherry Creek.
Coroner: 7-Year-Old Boy Found In Storage Unit Had Meth In His SystemCaden McWilliams had "numerous injuries" and drugs in his system, according to the autopsy report.
At Least 6 Separate Crashes Tangled Traffic On I-70 At York Friday MorningThere were at least six separate crashes in the same stretch of highway during the Friday morning commute.
Denver Police Respond To Nearly 200 Crashes On Snowy StreetsThe Denver Police Department said it responded to 189 crashes in about 24 hours.
Denver Radio Pioneer Irv Brown Dies At 83Irv Brown, the Final Four referee who also coached baseball at University of Colorado, did color commentary on ESPN's first college football broadcast and pioneered sports radio in Denver, died Sunday.
New Center Keeps Challenged Youth Closer To HomeThe families of children previously sent out of state for treatment of certain behavioral challenges have a new hope for keeping the kids closer to home.
Denver Voters Will Have Their Say On Decriminalized Mushrooms In The CityDenver voters will have the chance to create historic precedence this May.