'Paper Terrorism' Victims Talk About Indictments, Prison SentencesVictims of what is referred to as "Paper Terrorism" are telling their stories about what they were subjected to, now that a key defendant has been sent to prison for more than two decades.
Former East Cheer Coach: 'I Didn’t Do Anything Wrong’Ozell Williams, the East High School cheerleading coach fired over his coaching methods, told CBS4, "What am I hiding from? What am I hiding for? I didn’t do anything wrong."
Pet Store Vows To Change Practices After CBS4 InvestigationA Westminster pet store has promised to stop selling dogs obtained from private families after a CBS4 investigation revealed the store regularly purchased puppies from unlicensed sources.
CBS4 Investigation: Rescue Organization Bought Dogs From Puppy Mill AuctionAnimal rights activists have declared war on puppy mills and are trying to shut them down. But, CBS4 has learned some Colorado animal rescue groups have actually purchased dogs at puppy mill auctions.
LED Traffic Lights: Unintended Consequences Of Energy SavingsJanet Lane strains to bend and unload dishes from her dishwasher following a traffic accident in March that she blames on a traffic light near her home.
Third Suspension Reversed In Marshall CaseA City of Denver hearing officer has ordered a ten day suspension for a Denver Sheriff Captain overturned in connection with the 2015 jail death of Michael Marshall.
Former DIA Worker Guilty In Bag Theft CaseA former worker at Denver International Airport pleaded guilty this morning in connection with charges he looted passengers’ bags and stole guns out of their luggage.
Hearing Officer Overturns Marshall Jail Death SuspensionsJust two days after it was announced the city would pay $4.65 million to the family of Michael Marshall, there was a development with a previous disciplinary action.
Denver Settles Inmate's Death For $4.6 MillionThe City of Denver has announced a multi-million dollar settlement in the 2015 death of a detention center inmate after being restrained by deputies.
The Heroin Fix: Clinic Treats Addicts With Government HeroinTwice a day, every single day of the year, Lori Beer goes to a clinic and injects herself with heroin, provided by and paid for by the Canadian government.
The Heroin Fix: Addicts Saving Each Other With NarcanThe drug Narcan is becoming first responders first line of defense in the opioid crisis. In Denver alone, paramedics have used Narcan to reverse more than 4,000 overdoses over the past five years.
The Heroin Fix: Sister of OD Victim Says Causes of Addiction Need AttentionMore than 750 Coloradans have died from heroin overdoses over the past five years. But, behind the numbers are families and their stories.