CDE Missing Background Checks For Hundreds Of TeachersThe Colorado Department of Education has contacted roughly 1,900 veteran teachers and asked them to resubmit their fingerprints. A 2015 federal audit found thousands of teacher files were missing the mandated fingerprints and background checks.
Denver Police Chief Robert White Was Finalist For D.C. JobWashington D.C.'s mayor has named a long-time department veteran as the city's next police chief, and CBS4 has learned that Denver Police Chief Robert White had applied for the job and was a finalist.
Whistleblower Claims Floor & Décor Deceived CustomersA national home improvement chain with locations in Colorado has settled a $14 million class action lawsuit over claims it was acting unethically in the sale of formaldehyde treated flooring.
Denver's Underground Music Scene Becomes More Secretive After Oakland FireDenver's once-thriving underground music scene continues to survive two months after tragedy in California forced some under-the-radar venues in Denver into the public eye.
Commerce City Agrees To 6 Figure Settlement With Fired CopCommerce City has agreed to pay a former police officer $150,000 to settle a federal lawsuit he filed after he was terminated for filing a Colorado Open Records Act Request.
Cremation Company Accused of Dishonesty, Acting As 'Body Brokers'Jake Koltun, 22, died at Breckenridge on his last run of the day. Things were only about to get worse for his mother as she connected with Heritage Cremation Provider.
Deputy Arrested At Work For DUI By Colleagues: ‘They Did The Right Thing'CBS4 has learned a veteran Arapahoe County sheriff’s deputy was arrested at work for DUI last month after colleagues suspected he was drunk on the job and he allegedly drove a county vehicle.
Middle School Student Claims Harassment Because She's JewishThe U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights is investigating West Jefferson Middle School over allegations of harassment of a student because she is Jewish.
5 DUIs, Deported Twice, But Still In ColoradoThe Arapahoe County District Attorney estimates Colorado taxpayers will end up spending about $1 million to prosecute and house a man who has been convicted of DUI five times, deported twice and has been in the U.S. illegally since he was 13.
RTD Murder Suspect Filed Police Report, Triggering Renewed ScrutinyJoshua Cummings, the suspect in the Tuesday night murder of an RTD security guard, filed a theft report with the Englewood Police Department approximately one month ago.
Chain Saw, Potting Mix Among Items Removed From Suspected Gunman's Motel RoomThe FBI collected some interesting items from the motel room where the suspected gunman in the shooting death of an RTD security guard was living with his family.
Mosque Alerted Feds in December To Cummings, His 'Radicalization'A Denver area mosque notified the federal government in December about RTD shooting suspect Joshua Cummings, telling law enforcement Cummings "seems to be very radicalized."

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