Couple Makes Fighting Child Prostitution A Lifelong GoalChildren as young as 11 years old are being removed from Asian brothels through undercover work by a Colorado-based organization.
Women Sue Doctor Who Treated Them For Disease They Never HadTwo lawsuits have been filed in Denver Federal Court by women who claim their doctor treated them for years for a disease they never had.
Cops Disciplined For Chasing Pokémon Go Characters On DutyA CBS4 Investigation has learned two Commerce City Police field training officers have been suspended from training recruits after the FTOs were discovered taking recruits on Pokémon Go hunts on-duty instead of doing actual police work.
Tentative Agreement Reached In Shapiro CaseCBS4 has learned the city of Denver has reached a tentative agreement to pay Senior Assistant City Attorney Stuart Shapiro more than $600,000 to settle his claims of retaliation by the Denver City Attorney's office.
Council Open to Changing Controversial Rental Inspection ProgramA public comment session about Federal Heights’ controversial rental inspection program was abruptly cut short Monday night “in the interest of public safety."
Water Treatment Plant Worker With Cancer Calls Health Department Letter 'Smoking Gun'Neighbors near the Charles Allen Water Filtration Plant in Englewood are telling city officials they are concerned that three workers there have died of cancer.
Inmate Claims Excessive Force At Adams County JailA former Adams County Jail inmate plans to file a federal lawsuit against the Adams County Sheriff's Office over a videotaped melee in the jail that he believes shows excessive and unnecessary force.
Denver Police Technician Cleared Of Double DippingAfter more than a 1½ years of investigation, the Denver Manager of Safety has cleared Denver Police Technician Brett Titus of accusations of “double dipping” but fined him six days pay for several minor rules violations.
Commerce City Requests Department Of Justice Help With Police DepartmentCommerce City has requested the United States Department of Justice step in and help reform its police department, according to a letter obtained during a CBS4 Investigation.
Aurora Fire Chief Announces RetirementAurora Fire Chief Mike Garcia has announced he is retiring as of Oct. 31, nine years to the day after he became chief of his department.
False Positives Behind THC Results In Hugo Water SupplyFalse positive results are blamed for the scare that Hugo's water supply was tainted with THC.
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.

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