A Denver towing company that has been the target of numerous complaints has refunded tow fees to a Denver woman after the company indicated it may have mistakenly towed the woman’s car and refused to release it.
Attorneys for Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man suspected in the deaths of his two wives, are now asking a federal judge to delay his trial for another four months, until September 2015.
Those who purchase items at Walmart may not be getting all their money back when returning items. Walmart admits they have been shortchanging customers when it comes to taxes.
The Colorado Public Utilities Commission says it will take action to stop the practice of illegal ride sharing in Denver and other cities across the state.
The Aurora Fire Department has demoted Chris Henderson, the department’s highest ranking African American firefighter, in what the department is calling a “personnel decision.”
Police videotape obtained by CBS4 shows disguised men defacing the Denver Police fallen officers memorial last Saturday as at least one officer expressed fear the protesters would try to light the memorial on fire.
The federal government has dismantled a multi-million dollar pyramid scheme operating out of Colorado. It appears thousands of people worldwide have been scammed out of millions of dollars.
A Denver police officer has been disciplined for uttering the “N” word during a confrontation with a citizen, but fellow officers — several of them African American — say the context was not offensive.
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.