Social Media, Internet Help Fuel Illegal Fireworks SalesCBS4 found that getting around fireworks laws is as simple as placing an ad online.
No New Trial For Lawyer Who Outed ProstituteA Denver judge has denied a request for a new trial from a lawyer who unmasked a Denver escort to her family, friends and colleagues.
Top Denver Sheriff Commanders Demoted For Preferential TreatmentFormer Denver Sheriff Gary Wilson has been demoted to the rank of Captain, and his sister, Phazaria Koonce, has been demoted from Captain to the rank of Sergeant after the Safety Department determined the two provided preferential treatment to the granddaughter of former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb.
Crossing Gate Issues Plague RTD, Denver Transit Partners Want OutThe future of RTD commuter rail lines may be in question after its private business partner claims there is no solution to a lingering problem.
Tax Tussle In Douglas County Over I-25 ImprovementsDouglas County’s newest county commissioner, Lora Thomas, contends it is time to use millions of dollars in tax revenues for widening Interstate 25, money that has been earmarked for public safety for more than two decades.
'I Was Trying To Get A Gun': Suspect Confesses In JailOne of the two men accused of trying to break into gun shops in Lakewood has confessed to CBS4's Rick Sallinger during a jail interview.
State Orders Controversial Cremation Company To Cease And DesistA cremation company that some consumers labeled as nothing more than "body brokers" has been ordered to immediately stop doing business in Colorado following a CBS4 Investigation.
Judge: State Health Department 'Created Evidence That Is Not Accurate'A Gilpin County court Judge has ruled the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment "has created evidence that is misleading, and that is something other than the truth" in a DUI case that defense attorneys believe may impact other DUI cases.
Student Suspended After Alleged Anti-Semitic IncidentJefferson County Public Schools has suspended an eighth grade student after what sounds like a horrifying incident that sounded like an act of hate, but may have been an inappropriate joke that went too far.
Former Railroad Worker Awarded Nearly $150,000 In Whistleblower CaseA former railroad worker was awarded nearly $150,000 after OSHA found BNSF Railroad retaliated against him for reporting safety issues.
Taxi Confession: 4 Crashes, 2 Pedestrians Injured, Still Behind The WheelA CBS4 Investigation has found a Denver Yellow Cab driver, who has admitted to at least four crashes while on the job, two of them involving pedestrians, numerous moving violations and violations of Public Utilities and Yellow Cab regulations, is still driving a cab in Denver.
Denver Police Officers Working Off Duty To Wear Body CamerasCBS4 has learned that uniformed Denver police officers working off-duty jobs will soon be required to wear body cameras, according to an internal Denver Police Department email obtained by the CBS4 Investigative team.

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