Neighbors Upset Over Company Listing Homes As 'Pot Grow Friendly'People who live in one Commerce City neighborhood are upset with a company that specializes in renting out homes approved for marijuana grows by the owners.
State Worker Jailed, Charged With ‘Upskirting’ Female Co-workersA budget analyst with the Colorado Department of Education has been criminally charged with 42 criminal counts, including sexual assault and invading the privacy of female colleagues for sexual gratification, by repeatedly taking pictures up their skirts with his iPhone.
Douglas County Suspect Videotaped Confrontation, ShootingThe man accused of shooting and killing a Douglas County deputy spent hours videotaping himself and posting to social media in the hours leading up to the shooting.
DIA Bag Thief Confesses: ‘I Made A Big Mistake’A man and woman charged with repeatedly stealing luggage from bag carousels at DIA earlier this year have pleaded guilty.
Denver Coffee Shop Aims To Be First Business To Allow Social Pot UseMore than a year after Denver voters passed an initiative to let business allow social marijuana use, the City has its first application.
2 Missing Girls Found In Utah; Self-Proclaimed 'Prophet' In CustodyThe mother of the missing children tearfully told CBS4 her two boys have been recovered, but that her two daughters still missing. She believes they may be with a self-proclaimed "prophet."
Feds Shut Down Accused Tech Support ScammerThe Federal Trade Commission has reached a tentative agreement with a Green Valley Ranch man which calls for him to stop pushing a so called ‘tech support scam’ and agree to a judgment against him in the amount of $547,087.
City Council President Tours Supervised Injection Sites in VancouverDenver City Council President Albus Brooks said he was impressed with how safe and effective supervised injection facilities were in Canada, after traveling to Vancouver to see the facilities first hand on Nov. 8.
New Details Emerge From Bizarre Police ShootingDeputies and state troopers poured more than 50 shots into a stationary car in Arapahoe County in March believing the driver was armed.
'Paper Terrorism' Victims Talk About Indictments, Prison SentencesVictims of what is referred to as "Paper Terrorism" are telling their stories about what they were subjected to, now that a key defendant has been sent to prison for more than two decades.
Former East Cheer Coach: 'I Didn’t Do Anything Wrong’Ozell Williams, the East High School cheerleading coach fired over his coaching methods, told CBS4, "What am I hiding from? What am I hiding for? I didn’t do anything wrong."
Pet Store Vows To Change Practices After CBS4 InvestigationA Westminster pet store has promised to stop selling dogs obtained from private families after a CBS4 investigation revealed the store regularly purchased puppies from unlicensed sources.

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