Twenty-five years after an airplane’s crash into an Iowa cornfield killed 111 passengers, one crew member continues to push for children’s safety aboard flights.
Rental car workers at Denver International Airport say pot tourists are regularly leaving them with marijuana that travelers don’t want to try to carry through DIA.
A fired Berthoud police officer will spend his nights in jail for one month for the way he treated his daughter.
It’s a firefighter’s job to run into a burning building. But after the smoke clears, the true threat of the profession could appear years later.
A hearing officer for Denver’s Civil Service Commission has ruled an appeal hearing for a Denver Officer fired for sexual misconduct should be closed to the media and public because “an open hearing would devolve into a media circus,” wrote hearing officer Hazel Hanley.
More details are being revealed in how a 19-year-old Arvada woman made the transition from a typical American teenager into a terror suspect.
Adams County police and fire agencies have voted to change a key facet of their “First Call” emergency alert system after a CBS4 Investigation revealed one agency was regularly using the system to notify residents about non- emergency community meetings.
A Colorado woman has been charged in a terrorism investigation that may have ties to ISIS, the Sunni insurgent group.
A downtown Denver parking lot admits its instructions to drivers paying for their parking spaces were wrong, after a CBS4 Investigation.
Investigators with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office want to determine if last week’s shooting at Red Rocks may be tied somehow to an earlier incident at a Denver concert.