Pension Problems: More Than 1/2 Of Denver Police Retirees Paid IncorrectlyCBS4 has learned that a review of monthly pension payments to older Denver Police Department retirees shows that well over half have been paid incorrectly.
Opposition Grows To Mandatory Rental InspectionsRenters in Federal Heights believe mandatory property inspections are a violation of their constitutional rights.
Former Denver Fire Captain Files Suit, Claims Gender DiscriminationA former Denver Fire Department captain has filed a federal lawsuit claiming she was the target of gender discrimination which ultimately led to her 2015 firing.
Denver Parks And Rec Cutting Goose PopulationBeset by complaints about aggressive Canada geese and their droppings, Denver’s Parks and Recreation Department is engaging in forced birth control for geese in Denver parks.
Event Planners Steering Conventions Away From Denver Due To 16th Street Mall IssuesViolence at the 16th Street Mall could start costing the city of Denver money as businesses have second thoughts about holding events at the Colorado Convention Center.
CSU Pueblo Asks For Dismissal Of Controversial LawsuitColorado State University Pueblo has filed documents in federal court asking that a lawsuit filed by former football player Grant Neal be dismissed. Neal filed suit against the college in April after he was indefinitely suspended for what he describes as a consensual sexual act with his girlfriend.
Single-Rolled Joints Still For Sale Despite Police Chief's RequestPolice in Denver have a plan to boost patrols on the 16th Street Mall after a spike in violent attacks. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has blamed what he called "travelers" thought to be enticed by the legal marijuana industry.
Many Bike Thieves Lurking In Spots Denverites Ride To MostAccording to a CBS4 data review, police recovered 7 percent of the 2,579 bikes that were stolen in Denver last year. Find out where bike thieves strike the most frequently in the city.
Radioactive Sludge Removed From Water Treatment PlantLow level radioactive sludge is being removed from a water treatment plant in Englewood, following a CBS4 investigation.
Mystery Solved: Parking Enforcer's Discipline ExplainedDenver’s top parking enforcer was suspended with pay, then issued a written reprimand for the way he handled the job application process for a convicted sex offender. That new information comes from a disciplinary letter obtained by CBS4.
City Used Homeless Donations To Assist With Homeless SweepA CBS4 Investigation has found that the City of Denver used thousands of dollars in public donations intended to help Denver’s homeless with food, shelter and counseling to instead pay costs associated with a sweep of the homeless population out of Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood in March.
Report Shows Warnings Before Park County ShootoutA Park County communications report obtained by CBS4 shows that the Park County Sheriff’s Office had advance warning of at least some of the danger posed by activist Martin Wirth before deputies attempted to evict him in an action that turned deadly.