Denver Backing Off Removing Occupy Items For NowThe city of Denver backed off a plan Thursday to remove items left by anti-Wall Street protesters on a downtown sidewalk that has become their base, at least for now.
Occupy Protesters Target Walmart Distribution Center In LovelandThe Occupy Wall Street movement took on a new target in Colorado on Monday after dozens of the demonstrators showed up at a retail distribution center in Loveland.
Denver Apologizes For Officers' Texts During Occupy ProtestsThe City of Denver offers an apology after the Denver Police Department released transcripts of text messages sent between officers patrolling the Occupy Denver protests.
Judge Refuses To Grant Restraining Order To Occupy DenverOccupy Denver protesters have lost the first round in their lawsuit accusing police of violating their First Amendment rights by harassing and ticketing them.
Judge Weighs Occupy Charges Against Denver PoliceA federal judge is considering whether to order Denver police to stop enforcing laws in a way that Occupy Denver protesters say violates their free speech.
Cold Doesn't Deter Some Hardcare Occupy ProtestersThe Occupy movement isn't being deterred by the cold and snow. Some dedicated demonstrators say they aren't going anywhere.
Occupy Protesters Interrupt Governor At The Garden Of The GodsOccupy protestors interrupted Gov. John Hickenlooper at the Garden of the Gods Tuesday afternoon.
Denver Says Occupy Protests Cost $430K In OvertimeThe 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.