A CBS4 Investigation has found Coloradans are circumventing the state’s controversial ban on high capacity gun magazines in numerous ways both basic and clever.
A CBS4 investigation has found people in Colorado are waiting longer for kidneys, the most frequently transplanted organ, than anywhere else in the region.
Just in time for Halloween, a Colorado company is releasing a $15 home testing kit that allows parents to screen their kids’ candy for marijuana.
CBS4 has learned that Quest Diagnostics, the nation’s largest diagnostic lab company, has told doctors, hospitals and health care providers nationwide the company will not accept blood samples suspected of being infected with Ebola.
A victim of the Aurora theater massacre said that despite forgiving the suspect, he believes defense lawyers and anti-death penalty groups have used him like a pawn.
A noted Denver attorney filed a lawsuit Monday on behalf of the estate of an inmate executed in Oklahoma.
The Denver Civil Service Commission has fired Hazel Hanley, a hearing officer who closed a disciplinary hearing for Denver police officer Stephanie Southard, who was accused of having sex while on the job and in uniform.
CBS4 has learned that two city of Denver parking enforcement agents crashed their city vehicles while on duty in September, and both were subsequently found to be impaired while on the job while handing out parking tickets to citizens.
CBS4 has learned that a veteran Denver police officer has been suspended for three months for a barrage of anti-gay comments directed at coworkers.
Elias Diggins, the interim Denver sheriff, will not seek the permanent job, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.