After CBS4 reported on a lawsuit filed against College America by Colorado’s attorney general more former students have come forward with complaints about the school.
CBS4 has learned that the Colorado attorney general has filed a lawsuit against a chain of career colleges along the Front Range, and CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger has learned the case involves a well-known name.
A CBS4 undercover investigation found a number of car services that have been operating illegally in Denver’s Lower Downtown neighborhood.
Waiting time at Colorado’s 36 Division of Motor Vehicle Offices are still stretching into the 2 to 3 hour range despite repeated indications from state officials that they would be down to 15 minutes.
A former corrections officer who was on probation for smuggling marijuana into the prisoners she was supposed to be guarding has now been busted again for allegedly acting as a prostitute while on probation.
A former top administrator with the Denver Sheriff’s Department, fired last month, said in an exclusive interview with CBS4 he believes his termination was trumped up and politically motivated.
Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock says the death of Harold Henthorn’s first wife, Lynn, in 1995 was not an accident, despite his department reaching that conclusion 20 years ago.
In a nearly unheard of move, Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has blasted Denver’s manager of safety for what the veteran prosecutor calls “irresponsible” behavior.
The state of Colorado is due to respond later this month to a lawsuit by two states that want the U.S. Supreme Court to halt legalized marijuana.
Most handicap parking signs look relatively the same across America, but one Denver suburb is going a step further to make sure able-bodied people don’t use handicap spaces.