'Breaks My Heart': Caregiver Describes Bringing Food From Home For Assisted Living ResidentsFormer employees of assisted living facilities that were suddenly closed are talking about the poor conditions for the people who lived there.
Vape Pen Battery Blamed For DIA FireA lithium ion battery used to power a vape pen is being blamed for a fire last month at a security checkpoint at Denver International Airport.
Ransomware Hits CDOT ComputersThe Colorado Department of Transportation has ordered an estimated 2,000 employees to shut down their computers following a ransomware attack Wednesday morning.
Denver Police: 699 Crime Reports 'Should Not Have Been Changed'Denver police revealed Thursday 699 crime reports were downgraded to a category that meant they were not counted as official crimes.
Pomona High School Teacher Charged With Tampering With EvidenceA teacher has been charged with evidence tampering after investigators say she deleted information that was central to an investigation.
Funeral Home Services Suspended After FBI RaidThe funeral home where the owner is under investigation for a side-business donating bodies for education and research has been issued a suspension that will keep it closed.
Police Pay $50,000 To Man With Severe Autism Who Was Mistaken For Murder SuspectBrighton police have apologized and paid a man with severe autism $50,000 after mistaking him for a wanted murder suspect.
Health Officials Defend Decision To Keep Restaurant Open After Salmonella DeathA 50-year-old woman died and 33 people were determined to have suffered salmonella poisoning after eating at La California restaurant in Aurora.
Police: DIA Bag Thieves Are BackDenver police believe a pair of bag thieves who stole luggage at Denver International Airport multiple times last year, are up to their old tricks.
Colorado Regulators Ban Controversial Cremation CompanyColorado officials have revoked the license of Heritage Cremation Provider, a cremation service that has been the subject of an ongoing CBS4 investigation.
Investigation Requested Into Fake 'Followers'Two U.S. senators have called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the sale of "followers" for Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media users.
Suspect In Deputy Killing Has Previous RecordThe man jailed in connection with the murder of Adams County Deputy Heath Gumm had a previous arrest and conviction for a serious crime.