One little boy donated all of his birthday presents he got for his 7th birthday.
$14,000 Reward Offered In Green Valley Ranch Deadly House Fire InvestigationDjibril Diol, his wife, child, niece, and sister, died in a fire that investigators have called arson.
DA's Office Launches Investigation Into Aurora Police Mix-UpAurora police officers ordered an African American mother and four girls onto the hot pavement at gunpoint.
CSU Pauses Football Activities Amid Allegations Of Racism, Verbal AbuseCSU Director of Athletics Joe Parker said the allegations involve athletic administration, football program.
Denver Ex-Cop Tracks Down Man Who Shot Him After 46 Years On The RunDaril Cinquanta found the man who shot him in 1971, even after the gunman changed his identity.
Business Say They're Losing Business During 10 P.M. Last CallGov. Jared Polis announced the mandate to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Naturalization Ceremonies May Look A Bit Different But They Still Mean So Much For Those Becoming US CitizensDue to coronavirus naturalization ceremonies no longer take place in a courtroom, but in a parking lot outside the court house. These ceremonies still mean so much though for people who have spent years working towards becoming a US citizen.
Longmont Man Recovers From Coronavirus After Receiving Blood PlasmaThe FDA is asking people who have survived COVID-19 to donate their blood plasma, if they qualify. It is needed to treat those who are now suffering from coronavirus.
Green Valley Ranch Arson: Denver Police Announce $14,000 Reward After House Fire Kills 5A $14,000 reward is being offered to anyone who provides a tip that leads to an arrest in Wednesday's tragic house fire. Denver investigators said Friday afternoon it was a case of arson and that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is working with them on the case.
Police Along Front Range Decrease Interactions With The Public Due To Coronavirus, Police Accountability LawThere is a significant decline in officer-initiated interactions with the public along the I-25 corridor compared to last year.
'Incredible Person': Djibril Diol, Family Remembered During Memorial After Deadly FireDiol, his wife, child, sister and niece were killed in a deadly house fire in Green Valley Ranch.
Cherry Creek Schools Moves To In-Person, Hybrid LearningPreK-5th Grade will have in-person class, the other grades will move into a hybrid model.
Where You Live Could Determine How Sick You Get From CoronavirusNew research shows a link between pollution and higher rates of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
Denver Appoints BLM Activist To Citizen Oversight BoardDr. Apryl Alexander will be a voice for her community on matters of policing.
Denver Ministerial Alliance Meets With Aurora Chief Of PoliceThe president of the Denver Ministerial Alliance met with Aurora's chief of police.
Colorado Department Of Labor Computer Upgrade May Help UnemployedThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has upgraded its website in hopes of making it easier for those seeking help. More than 14,000 people applied for unemployment benefits in the state last week.
Adams 12 School District Will Try To Separate Students Into Pods So They Can Have In Person SchoolKids will be put into pods where they will do online learning but will be supervised by a pod leader, they will limit the group size to 12 to adhere to social distancing rules.
Denver Mayor Hancock And Senegalese Consulate General Visited House Where Family Died In A FireDenver mayor Hancock and the Senegalese Consulate General visited the house where a family died in a fire that is being investigated as arson.
Mom Brittney Gilliam Says Black Children Who Had Guns Drawn On Them By Aurora Officers Are TraumatizedFour children are traumatized days after officers in Aurora drew guns on them in a mix-up over a stolen vehicle, the woman driving the vehicle said.
Coworkers Remember Larger-Than-Life Man Who Died In Early Morning FireDaniel Straley showed up to the scene of a crime with tears in his eyes.
Back To School: Denver Police To Give Out Free School SuppliesThe Denver Police Department will hand out backpacks filled with school supplies to make sure students are prepared for the upcoming school year. The Denver Police Back to School Caravan will be at four locations throughout the city on Saturday, Aug. 8.
Police Block Area During Homeless Camp Cleanup Near Morey Middle SchoolSigns were posted alerting residents and onlookers that the area was restricted during the cleanup to those experiencing homelessness and those hoping to help people. Crowds gathered outside the restricted zone to urge police to let them in to help those camped out there.
Community Mourns Immigrant Family Killed In House Fire: 'We Have A Lot Of Questions'It was a horrifying site in Green Valley Ranch neighborhood Wednesday morning. Flames engulfed a home as neighbors watched helplessly and firefighters attempted to get it under control.
Police Block Area During Homeless Camp Cleanup Near Morey Middle SchoolDenver police blocked off the area surrounding Morey Middle School Wednesday morning where crews were cleaning up a homeless camp. The camp has grown in recent weeks, especially after the camp near the state Capitol was removed last week.
Five Bodies Discovered Inside Denver Home Destroyed By FireFirefighters found five bodies inside a northeast Denver home after they extinguished a fire that heavily damaged the residence before dawn on Wednesday. Denver Police Investigations Division Chief Joe Montoya said there was evidence of possible arson.