The Denver Police Department has fired a veteran officer for what it terms inappropriate force against a female prisoner in a police department holding cell last July.
Gun proponents are attempting to repeal Colorado’s 15-round ammunition limit and they’re pointing to a CBS4 investigation to prove a point.
CBS4 has learned that Jefferson County sheriff’s medical staff were notified multiple times that a female inmate was extremely sick two hours before she died, but she never received medical attention in the hours before her death.
Denver is cracking down on unlicensed marijuana grow operations which include collective grow facilities for recreational use, and also medical marijuana users and their caregivers.
CBS4 has learned the Denver Police Department arrested one of its own officers Monday night on suspicion of DUI.
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.”