Private Investigator Honored For Missing Person InvestigationAn international data company has honored a Denver private investigator for his efforts to locate a missing woman.
Denver Deputies May Learn Marshall Discipline WednesdayCBS4 has learned that seven Denver sheriff deputies involved in the jail death of Michael Marshall have been told to appear Wednesday morning to apparently learn if they will be disciplined in the case.
Denver To Announce Settlement With Family Of Girl Killed By PoliceCBS4 Investigator Brian Maass has learned the City of Denver has agreed to pay the family of 17-year-old Jessica Hernandez nearly $1 million.
Park County Deputy Joins Lawsuit Over Carrigan DeathCBS4 has learned that a former Park County Deputy Travis Threlkel has now joined a lawsuit against the Park County Sheriff's Office and Sheriff Fred Wegener.
Second Arrest Made In 'One In A Billion' ShootingCBS4 has learned that a teenager, Prince Jalil White,18, is in jail and is being charged in connection with the January 2016 shooting of an off duty Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputy.
Alley Fight: Neighbor Vs. Neighbor Over Garage UseA resident of Denver’s Cherry Creek North neighborhood has filed a lawsuit against his neighbor saying he no longer can use his garage due to the way his neighbor parks.
Body Cam Captures Code Enforcement Officer Soliciting ProstitutesA body camera turned the tables on an Aurora code enforcement officer who was forced to resign from his job after the camera on him recorded him soliciting prostitutes.
Denver Admits Software Licensing ViolationsDenver taxpayers will be paying millions of dollars more this year for city use of Oracle software after the city admitted it violated its licensing agreements with Oracle and was threatened with a potential $10 million penalty for overuse.
Man Fined $6,000 For Voting In Both Colorado & KansasAuthorities in Kansas say they’ve reached a plea deal with a man accused of illegally voting in both Kansas and Colorado in the 2010, 2012 and 2014 elections.
Denver Deputies Notified Of Possible Discipline In Jail Death CaseDenver Sheriff Department deputies have been notified they are facing potential disciplinary action for their conduct in the case of Michael Marshall, a Denver jail inmate who died in 2015.
Hickenlooper Rejects Calls For Investigation Of Forged Lab SignaturesGov. John Hickenlooper is rejecting calls for an independent investigation of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment breath testing protocol.
Whistleblower: Signatures Certifying DUI Machines Were ForgedA former lab worker at the Colorado Department of Health is blowing the whistle, telling CBS4 his signature was repeatedly forged so the State of Colorado could rush hundreds of DUI breath testing machines into service.