Mayor’s Paris Trip Cost Nearly $13,000 Each For More Than 30 PeopleDenver Mayor Michael Hancock’s recent week long economic development trip to Paris carried a hefty price tag- nearly $13,000 per person.
Special Screws Aim To Curb Spike In License Plate TheftsThieves are stealing license plates from cars and SUVs at an alarming pace, prompting the Denver Police Department to issue theft-resistant screws to drivers to try to thwart the plate thieves.
Taken For A Ride: CBS4 Investigation Finds Some Taxis Routinely OverchargingA CBS4 Investigation has found some cab drivers routinely overcharging travelers going between Denver International Airport and downtown.
Prosecutors Praise Courage Of Victims In Workplace ‘Upskirting’ CaseA Denver jury found a former Colorado Department of Education employee guilty of sexual assault and taking pictures up the skirts of his female co-workers.
Denver DA Drops Grand Jury Probe Of Secretary of StateDenver District Attorney Beth McCann announced Tuesday her office is dropping its grand jury investigation of Secretary of State Wayne Williams, less than two weeks after CBS4 reported on the probe.
Secretary Of State ‘Disappointed’ In Grand Jury, DA InvestigationSecretary of State Wayne Williams says he is “disappointed” the Denver District Attorney plans to continue investigating how his office handles campaign finance complaints.
CBS4 Investigation: Denver Grand Jury Investigating Secretary Of State Wayne WilliamsCBS4 has learned a Denver Grand Jury is investigating criminal complaints against Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams.
Sheriff's Office Searches For Missing Assault WeaponThe Elbert County Sheriff's office is missing a military M16 assault rifle and multiple agencies are involved in the search for it.
Arvada Firefighter Arrested, Charged With Trading Child PornA veteran Arvada firefighter/paramedic is facing nine counts of felony exploitation of children after investigators say they caught him trading child pornography images online.
'Gross Mistake': Former CDOT Auditor Pleads Guilty In Embezzlement CaseFormer Colorado Department of Transportation audit director Chris Wedor pleaded guilty Monday afternoon to identity theft and forgery but will not be going to prison.
Man Sentenced To Probation In Animal Cruelty CaseA Lincoln County judge has sentenced a man to eight years of probation after agreeing to plead guilty in an animal cruelty case.
Toll Authority Admits Incorrect Billing; Issues Apology And RefundThe E-470 Public Highway Authority has admitted it incorrectly billed a Littleton woman for toll charges she never incurred, then continued to press her for payment even after she presented evidence suggesting the toll charges were erroneous.