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Police conduct homicide investigation in north Denver
DENVER — Police were conducting a homicide investigation that began Saturday morning near East 53rd Avenue and Washington Street.Police said they’re looking for a suspect vehicle with the following description that’s possibly connected to the homicide:Blue 2001 Chevrolet pickup truckColorado handica
12 Years For Denver Pot Shop Repeat-Robber Givens
DENVER, CO -- Returning to the scene of the crime not once, but twice has resulted in varying prison sentences for a group of four men charged with robbing the same Denver marijuana store more than once.
Denver police investigating death in downtown parking garage
Denver police officers are investigating a death reported early Friday morning, according to Denver police.A body was found near 13th Street and Arapahoe Road, according to a 6:21 a.m. Denver police tweet.The gender and identity of the victim have not been released.This breaking news story will be u
Day Full Of Free Concerts Helps Amp The Cause
Molly Hughes, a board director with Amp the Cause, says these donations help them serve nonprofits all year long.
Pickup truck sought in connection to Denver homicide investigation
Hours later, the Denver Police Department tweetedabout a homicide investigation in the same area. Details at this time are slim, but DPD says the victim is an adult male.
Denver charter school administration suspended after playground fight video goes public
The April 20 video shows a group of girls at Wyatt Academy in an argument that escalated quickly. The restorative justice officer in the video appears to be smiling and laughing and can be heard at one point in the video saying, "Is anyone, like, going to hit anyone or is this just going to be a…"
Man and woman in stolen car arrested after hitting a Lakewood police officer during attempt to flee
The incident unfolded about 2 a.m. in the 700 block of Kipling Street, where officers spotted a stolen car in the Crossland Economy Studios parking lot, according to a news release. A man and woman came out of a room and got into the car.
Mother takes on Denver strip club and wins
And for months Abriana Chilelli, a proud Catholic who works for the Archdiocese, has driven by it with her children after picking them up at the nearby Catholic school.
Driver sought after pedestrian killed in southwest Denver hit-and-run
DENVER — A pedestrian was killed in a hit-and-run early Friday morning, the Denver Police Department said.The crash happened about 12:45 a.m. at West Evans Avenue and South Bryant Street in southwest Denver.The Colorado Bureau of Investigation issued a Medina Alert just before 3 a.m. for a 2001 red
Some near-record highs in Denver on Saturday, with thunderstorms by Memorial Day
DENVER — Hot weather will start the holiday weekend, with low 90s in Denver on Saturday and some triple digits across the southeastern plains of Colorado! The record high for Denver for Saturday is 95 degrees, set in 1942 - we will be a few degrees shy!
7 best things to do in Denver this Memorial Day weekend
What: Denver Day of Rock, a one-day music festival in the heart of downtown Denver, features five stages of live music along the 16th St. Mall on Memorial Day weekend. A total of 25 bands will be performing this year, including: Elle King, A Thousand Horses, Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, Hellraiser
Electric-scooter sharing program launches in Denver
The program, which is operatedby LimeBike, is the first of its kind in Colorado, according to the company.
Police seek driver of car that hit, killed pedestrian on W Evans Ave near S Bryant St in Denver
DENVER-Police are looking for a driver of a vehicle that hit and killed a person crossing the street.The pedestrian was struck on West Evans Avenue at South Bryant Street at 12:46 a.m Friday.@DenverPoliceinvestigating a fatal auto vs ped at Bryant and Evans. Evan's closed at Clay and Zuni. Suspect v
Police seek man who robbed Denver grocery store
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Trail Ridge Road reopens for the season and more: 5 Things to Know for Friday, May 25
DENVER — Good morning! Here are 5 Things to Know for Friday, May 25, 2018.1. Trail Ridge Road opens ahead of Memorial Day weekendTrail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park is back open for the season as thousands of travelers take to the mountains to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend.2. Harve
Denver hit-and-run suspect sought in crash with pedestrian
A suspect drove their car into a pedestrian early Friday morning and drove away without helping the severely injured victim, Denver police say.The victim was taken to a hospital with serious bodily injuries, according to a 1:02 a.m. Denver police tweet.The collision happened at Evans and Bryant stre
Denver apartment wanted Gold Star daughter to remove banner from window
The little banner has huge significance to Nistasha Perez. It’s a Gold Star flag, representing her father, SSG. Laurent J. West, who was killed by an improvised explosive device in Iraq on March 11, 2008.
Denver's rent buy-down program set to launch later than expected with 125 apartments
DENVER -- When Denver Mayor Michael Hancock underlined the urgency of the city’s housing affordability crisis in a speech last summer, he declared: “Many residents need an affordable option today, not a year from now.”
Denver Police search for aggravated robbery suspect
The Denver Police Department is asking the public for help locating a suspect in an aggravated robbery case.Manuel Guerrero is sought in the case that allegedly occurred at the Family Cigarette Grocery Store in the 1600 block of E. Colfax Ave. on April 20, 2018.Guerrero is a 35-year-old, Hispanic ma
Denver study illustrates scope of city’s opioid epidemic
What does the opioid crisis look like in Denver — from the point of view of the people trapped in it?A new Denver study paints a picture of opioid abuse in the city through interviews with dozens of users. The Denver Needs Assessment on Opioid Use, conducted by the Denver Department of Public Health