Like Wednesday's shooting, a shooting last month involved a suspect who was inside a car when police opened fire.
The mayor's office says the search for Denver's next police chief is underway.
Denver cop wounded responding to a call is the first woman to earn department’s Medal of Honor in more than 20 years
Denver police officer Rachel Eid was looking forward to chasing down a suspect after responding to the scene of a burglary in progress.
A coalition of public and private agencies unveiled a plan targeting increased heroin use in Colorado
The "Heroin Impact Project" includes two parts that will target drug dealers and focus on providing healthcare resources for users and their families.
The officer followed the suspect into an alley and gave the man several commands. At some point, he fired his weapon and hit the man multiple times.
Police say a man suspected of fatally shooting three people inside a suburban Denver Walmart tried to flee officers in his car but was blocked by traffic.
Asked if they'd be released before the end of the day, Lane said, "They damn well better, or this city will have itself yet another lawsuit on its hands."
Denver DA Beth McCann found Denver and Aurora officers justified in killing Juan Ramos in Montbello in November. Then she took that decision to the public.
As Denver settles with Jessica Hernandez’s family, her community looks back on two years of pain and change
More than two years after Jessica Hernandez was shot and killed by Denver police officers, the city and her family have reached a settlement.
Patrick Finney, owner of FINN Real Estate, accused of taking up-skirt videos of women at open houses
According to an arrest affidavit, an ex-girlfriend of Finney's told Denver police this year that she had found the videos in Finney's email account.
The father of a young woman who was stabbed to death early Christmas morning believes Denver police officers made a serious mistake that cost his daughter her life.
A series of three community meetings on the Denver Police Department's draft use-of-force policy start tonight.
Denver police allegedly barged into a home and made forcible arrests. Turns out the real suspects had already moved – and now the city may pay out $1.6 million.
Today, the Denver City Council is set to finally settle the matter by voting to pay out $1.6 million to the plaintiffs' law firm.