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.
The former bookkeeper of the Arapahoe Youth Sports League pleaded guilty Friday to stealing tens of thousands of dollars in funds and was sentenced to probation and a deferred sentence.