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.
Deputies Eyed For Leaving Work Early, Getting PaidCBS4 has learned that a group of at least a half dozen Denver sheriff deputies and their supervisor are under investigation for repeatedly leaving work early last year, yet getting paid for time they were not at their posts.
'Your Business Model Sucks. I Hope It Burns': Fear & Loathing In Real EstateRocks thrown through windows, cars keyed and furious voicemails. The CEO of a startup Denver real estate company says that’s some of the collateral damage of his business model after five years.
Coloradans Pay Millions Annually To Jail Illegal ImmigrantsColorado taxpayers paid more than $522 million to imprison illegal immigrants convicted of crimes over the past 20 years, according to a CBS4 investigation.
Callers To Denver's 911 Center Forced To Spend Minutes On HoldThousands of callers to Denver's 911 system in the last year have been placed on hold for more than a minute and a half before reaching a live operator.
Jury Awards Former Escort $1.7 Million For Invasion Of PrivacyA Denver jury awarded a former escort $1.7 million in damages after concluding that one of her clients was guilty of outrageous conduct.
Denver Sheriff Commanders Face Hearings In Preferential Treatment InvestigationTwo top commanders at the Denver Sheriff Department face disciplinary hearings into how they handled the jailing of the granddaughter of former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb.
Mountain Transient And Homeless Campsites Lead To Fire DangerA special patrol team is going after transients camping illegally in the mountains and causing wildfires.
State: Strip Club Sexually Harassed Worker, Fired Her When She ComplainedThe Colorado Civil Rights Division has ruled that Shotgun Willie's, an iconic Glendale strip club, sexually harassed a female employee and then fired her when she complained about the harassment.
Grandmother Now In Prison Claims She Didn't Harbor FugitiveA trial is set to begin later this month for a man police say took an innocent woman's life by stealing a truck and causing an accident in Westminster when he was trying to flee. It's a case that has sent three members of one family to prison.