Busiest DMV Office Closing, MovingCBS4 has learned that Colorado’s busiest DMV office is closing at the end of March and relocating to another location about 7 miles away.
Lawsuit Filed By Lottery Players Claiming Games Were RiggedA civil lawsuit has been filed in Iowa asking that lottery players be reimbursed for participating for games that turned out to be rigged.
Federal Audit: Connect For Health Owes Nearly $10 Million In Grant MoneyA federal audit by the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General is recommending that Colorado's non-profit health insurance exchange give back nearly $10 million in grant money to the federal government.
NCIS, Police Reopening 1980 Murder CaseThe Naval Criminal Investigative Service and other law enforcement officials will announce next week a renewed effort to solve a 36-year-old double murder.
Sex, Drinking On The Job Led To DPD FiringA Denver police sergeant has been fired after being accused of drinking while in uniform, randomly leaving his loaded gun in a bar, lying and leaving his off duty job to have sex.
CBS4 Investigation Finds Racial Disparity In Speeding Tickets Issued By TroopersA CBS4 data analysis found minority drivers were issued discretionary speeding tickets more frequently by the Colorado State Patrol than white drivers each of the past five years.
Grand Jury Investigates Fire That Killed 3A CBS4 Investigation has learned that a Jefferson County grand jury is now examining a fatal fire at an Arvada group home in May.
Slain Woman's Ashes Returned 4 Years After MurderThe ashes of a slain Highlands Ranch eye doctor have been returned to her family in Mississippi four years after she was shoved to her death by her husband.
Mother Says Son 'Was Neglected To Death'A CBS4 investigation has learned that a developmentally disabled man who died in the Mesa County Jail was not allowed to have a potentially life saving device.
CBS4 Experiment Finds Online Reviews Raise Serious QuestionsA CBS4 investigation shows it’s not always wise to be guided by reviews posted on the internet.
3 Women Accuse Denver Cop Of Unwelcome AdvancesA Denver police officer is off the streets and facing a week-long unpaid suspension after three females said they experienced unwelcome advances from the officer.
Growing Trend: Americans Looking To Canada For Prescription DrugsCBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger looked into the trend of people going north of the border for life-saving medicine as a way around the skyrocketing prices of prescription drugs.

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