Denver Manager Of Safety Sought Judge JobStephanie O'Malley, Executive Director of the Denver Department of Public Safety, is apparently seeking a new job.
Naturopathic Doctors Illegally Calling Themselves 'Physicians'The death of Sean Flanagan touched off a storm. Ill with cancer, he received treatment from a man who called himself a naturopathic doctor.
Formaldehyde Concerns Grow As More Homeowners Discover IssuesWeyerhauser is blaming a fomula change for a problem that has forced evacuations and kept people from hundreds of homes around the country. Formaldehyde inside the basements of the homes have caused odor issues and potential health risks.
Bar Owner: Denver Firefighters' Behavior 'Shocking, Appalling, Frightening'A Denver bar owner has filed a complaint with the Denver Fire Department, claiming a group of off-duty firefighters drank illegally in his establishment and when he asked them to leave, they not only refused but taunted, bullied and insulted him.
Deputies Suspended For Leaving Work While Collecting OvertimeThree Denver Sheriff Department deputies have agreed to accept 18-day suspensions after they were caught repeatedly leaving work early.
Court Rejects Henthorn AppealHarold Henthorn, convicted of killing his second wife by shoving her off a cliff, will not get a new trial according to a ruling.
City Cracks Down On Unlicensed Short Term RentalsThe City of Denver has begun slapping the owners and operators of unlicensed short term rentals with $150 fines that will escalate if the owners don’t comply with the law.
CSU-Pueblo Agrees To Settle Lawsuit Over Sex ActColorado State University-Pueblo has apparently reached an agreement with a student who was thrown out over what he believed was consensual sex with a student.
Rocky Flats: Colorado's Nuclear ShadowFederal and state health officials say tests show the area where the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant once stood is safe. But, now as a new community is built alongside the former site, critics questioning the efficacy of the cleanup are coming forward.
Woman Facing Voter Fraud Charges Appears In CourtA Colorado Springs woman facing six counts of felony forgery for allegedly repeatedly forging her deceased parents signatures on mail-in ballots, appeared before a judge on Thursday.
Former CDOT Exec Charged With Theft, ForgeryCBS4 has learned that Denver prosecutors have charged the former audit director for CDOT with numerous felony charges.
Refuge Would Allow Visitors On Rocky Flats Site, But 'Donut Hole' To Remain RestrictedFederal officials plan to open the Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge to visitors in 2018, but a large area in the middle will remain off limits.

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