Latest CBS4 Investigates Reports
911 Calls By Henthorn Partially Persuaded Jury To Convict Of Murder
Federal prosecutors on Thursday released photos, documents and audio recordings that were used as evidence in the federal murder trial of Harold Henthorn. Last month a jury convicted Henthorn of killing his second wife, Toni, by pushing her off a...
Police Union Says Manager Of Safety’s Text Will Have 'Chilling Effect'
The president of Denver’s police union said Thursday he was “disappointed” but “not surprised” that Denver Manager of Safety Stephanie O’Malley tipped off a Denver firefighter that he was the subject of complaints from colleagues that led to a full...
Dangerous Ink: Tattoo Artists Called 'Scratchers' Can Make People Very Sick
Tattoos have become increasingly popular and with it concern over the safety in getting one. A study found people with hepatitis C were almost four times more likely to report having a tattoo.
Denver Fire Department Fires Black Captain Calling Him A Bully, Liar
The Denver Fire Department fired Capt. Harold Johnson Tuesday claiming he behaved as a firehouse bully who mistreated firefighters under his command and was more concerned with making personal calls at work than with public safety.
Feds Want Gunsmoke Owner To Forfeit Firearms Seized In Raid
Federal authorities want the owner of Gunsmoke, Inc. gun shop in Wheat Ridge to forfeit hundreds of firearms and other items seized in a raid in March.
No Release Of Video/Audio Depicting Judge’s Behavior
Denver County Court administrators say they will not be releasing audio or video recordings taken in a public courtroom that may show a Denver judge acting erratically and inappropriately.
Problems Persist For Henthorn Family: Brother Ordered To Court
CBS4 has learned that the brother of convicted killer Harold Henthorn -- Rob Henthorn -- has been ordered to appear in court next month to explain what happened to $500,000 sent to him in 2014 by his brother Harold Henthorn.
'Harold’s Love Was Lethal': Jury Convicts Henthorn Of Murder
A federal jury convicted Harold Henthorn, 59, of first-degree murder Monday afternoon following about 10 1/2 hours of deliberation.
Police Dog Bites Handler, Causing Serious Injuries
A Lakewood police K9 handler is back at work after being badly bitten by a Lakewood police dog during a training exercise.
Denver Claims 'Investigation' Into Judge's Meltdown
The City of Denver says it will not release any records related to a courtroom and hotel meltdown of a Denver County Court judge.
Henthorn Case In Hands of Jury, Victim's Brother Wants To 'Beat His Ass'
The murder case against Harold Henthorn, 59, went to an eight-man, four-woman federal jury just after noon Friday.
Denver Fire Captain Keeps Job After 2 Swingers Club Break-Ins
A Denver Fire Department captain is hanging on to his job after being arrested twice within nine months for breaking into a swingers club where couples go to swap partners and explore their sexuality.