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Denver jury should not have heard about defendant's prior assaults of wife, appeals court rules
A man convicted of beating his wife will receive a new trial after the state's second-highest court determined a Denver judge mistakenly allowed jurors to hear about two previous instances of the defendant beating his wife. Under Colorado's procedural rules, prosecutors cannot use evidence of a defendant's other, uncharged misconduct...
DPS employee arrested with loaded handgun
A paraprofessional for Denver Public Schools was arrested earlier this month after he was found with a gun.
Where Does Northern Colorado Rank When it Comes to Crime?
In 2022, Colorado saw quite a jump in violent crimes and motor vehicle thefts. In fact, the increase in both types of crime were record numbers for the state of Colorado. According to KDVR, other crimes such as larceny, burglary, and other property crimes were down in 2022. Where are...
Colorado gas prices drop 17 cents per gallon
If you need to fill up your vehicle with gas, there are several places across the Denver metro area with regular fuel under $3 per gallon on Monday.
Ten Things to Do for Free in Denver This Week
March is going out with a roar, with the last Month of Photography exhibits and Ruby Hill Rail Yard snow days, as well as parties and lectures that will have you anticipating the sunny spring days ahead. Keep reading for ten of the best free events in Denver this week,...
Englewood Police arrest one in weekend double homicide
Englewood Police are investigating a double homicide and arrested one person in connection with murder of their spouse and adult child. On Sunday morning, police reported the arrest via Twitter and said there was no ongoing threat to the community. Police did not say how the victims died or release any other details about the ongoing investigation. Englewood police reported their initial response near west Floyd Avenue and south Inca...
More snow this week? Here's what to expect in Colorado
According to the National Weather Service, more snow is expected to hit Colorado this week – but no worries, it shouldn't be anything too disruptive for most residents of the state. Through Tuesday morning, up to eight inches is expected in Colorado's northeast region. About one to two inches...
Women in Colorado construction see barriers torn down, as industry reaps benefits
Jacci Bendt never imagined she would be where she is today after working as a bartender at Buffalo Wild Wings for a decade. Bendt, an estimator for Reconstruction Experts headquartered in Denver, said it feels empowering to be able to her job. In addition to feeling accomplished in her role...
Lakewood police agent shot during exchange of gunfire with robbery suspect
A Lakewood police agent was injured while confronting two people suspected of robbing a mail carrier.
Personal experience helps non-profit founder build better futures for others
Laura Kepler absolutely loves it when she is able to help someone find the book they’ve been searching for.
Auon'tai Anderson, Michael Hancock in feud over return of SROs to Denver schools
Denver Public Schools Board Vice President Auon'tai Anderson and Mayor Michael Hancock's office offered two competing versions of why DPS decided to bring back school resource officers to Denver schools. The way Anderson put it, the DPS board was forced to reverse its 2020 decision to kick out SROs because Hancock was poised to issue an executive order declaring an emergency in order to place police in schools had the board not acted last week. ...
Parent-led petition calls for DPS school board members to resign
A group of people in the community are demanding change following the latest shooting at East High School in Denver. They've created a petition calling on the seven Denver Public Schools Board of Education members to resign.After speaking with that group, to replace the entire school board would be a complete overhaul of Denver's education system, but parents in support of this petition are willing to take that risk. They're saying enough is enough.Parents say their hope is, if members do resign, community members would fill in until a special election is held for the school board.They want people who...
Father and son reflect days after East High shooting
DENVER — As silence settles into the halls of East High School, the chaos five days ago continues to resonate. "My kids is in there,” said Lawrence Goshon. Lawrence Goshon is the father of 15-year-old Isieha Goshon, a freshman at East High School. Wednesday, when two deans were shot on campus, Lawrence called his son as soon as he got the alert.
Lakewood family wants justice after stolen motorhome is found in shambles
A family in Lakewood is happy to have their Tiffin motorhome back in their garage, but they want justice.Jeff Sondrup, owner of the RV, says his motorhome was found on Monday at Storelocal Storage Co-op in Englewood. Sondrup told CBS News Colorado the stolen RV was driven across town. First, it was in Park County. Then, it was in a vacant parking lot in Sheridan before arriving to that facility. The storage place is just 10 minutes away from the family's home.A person who owns the storage place thought it was strange the RV had no license plates and called police....
As Colorado Reels From Another School Shooting, Study Finds 1 in 4 Teens Have Quick Access to Guns
One in 4 Colorado teens reported they could get access to a loaded gun within 24 hours, according to survey results published Monday. Nearly half of those teens said it would take them less than 10 minutes. “That's a lot of access and those are short periods of time,” said...
Lakewood police officer and suspect injured in shooting
A Lakewood police officer and a suspect have been taken to a hospital after both were injured by gunfire in a shooting. The other suspect was arrested around 5:45 p.m. Monday.The shooting occurred just before 3:30 p.m. near South Owens Street and West Alameda Avenue.According to a department spokesman, officers were dispatched to West Alameda Avenue South Oak Street in response to a call that a postal worker was robbed by two people. Officers found a female suspect a block away near the Grease Monkey auto repair shop.That suspect shot at officers, police say, and at least one officer fired back. The suspect and a female officer were both shot and are in the hospital. The officer sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect was in unknown condition.Lakewood police say both suspects were minors.
Video shows deadly hit-and-run on Federal Boulevard
A pedestrian was killed at an intersection that features multiple bus stops, a light rail stop and multiple lanes of fast-moving traffic.
Denver Zoo offers free access to East High School students, staff and family
Following last week’s shooting at Denver East High School, the Denver Zoo is offering students, staff and family members free access.
Man arrested in homicide investigation after his spouse, adult child found dead
A man was arrested Saturday night in a homicide investigation after his spouse and adult child were found dead, according to the Englewood Police Department.
When will snow end in Denver?
The Pinpoint Weather team has issued a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day that will last until 9 a.m. due to slick travel.
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