A former top administrator with the Denver Sheriff’s Department, fired last month, said in an exclusive interview with CBS4 he believes his termination was trumped up and politically motivated.
Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock says the death of Harold Henthorn’s first wife, Lynn, in 1995 was not an accident, despite his department reaching that conclusion 20 years ago.
In a nearly unheard of move, Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has blasted Denver’s manager of safety for what the veteran prosecutor calls “irresponsible” behavior.
The state of Colorado is due to respond later this month to a lawsuit by two states that want the U.S. Supreme Court to halt legalized marijuana.
Most handicap parking signs look relatively the same across America, but one Denver suburb is going a step further to make sure able-bodied people don’t use handicap spaces.
CBS4 has learned that authorities in Aspen have arrested the father of reality TV star Heidi Montag on an outstanding arrest warrant for sexual assault on a child.
As if the odds on winning the lottery weren’t long enough, store clerks across Colorado have been caught attempting to cheat what they thought were lottery winners out of winning tickets.
The Federal Trade Commission has ruled the man who ran a so-called “revenge porn” website out of Colorado Springs can no longer share those photos without consent.
Federal prosecutors in the case of Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man charged with killing his second wife in 2012, are proposing to tell a jury that his first wife died under “bizarre circumstances” when a Jeep fell on her in 1995.
The Mayor of Denver wants to make sure the investigation moves forward without anyone jumping to conclusions in the shooting death of a teen who was driving a stolen car. The officers involved were also identified.