Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has called choosing Denver's next police chief one of the hardest decisions he's ever made. Hancock recently tapped the police chief from Louisville, Kentucky to be De
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Denver’s new police chief started earlier this month and already he has a lot on his plate. This week his department tore down the encampment set up by Occupy Denver protesters.
Denver resident Damon Carson likes finding new uses for big, old things. Like the brushes on street sweepers or tires from giant mining trucks.
No Colorado city was more aware of the war in Iraq than Colorado Springs. It's home to Fort Carson, the sprawling Army installation where 28,000 soldiers are based.
Bill Gray is a third-generation cattle rancher near Pueblo and for the first time in his life, Gray’s thinking about quitting the business. That’s because he can't afford to feed his animals.