CBI Report: Likely 72 Shots Fired During Shootout That Killed Cpl. Nate CarriganThe Colorado Bureau of Investigation reports at least six dozen shots were fired during the Feb. 24 gun battle in Park County that left Cpl. Nathan Carrigan dead, two other Park County officers wounded, and suspect Martin Wirth dead near his home on Iris Drive.
Who, What's To Blame For Spiking Auto Insurance Costs?Auto insurance premiums are on the rise in Colorado and the insurance industry says you can partly blame all those new Colorado residents, lower fuel costs and new-fangled cars.
Russia's Track Team Banned From The 2016 Rio Olympics After Doping Program ExposedIt's being called a landmark decision: Russia's track team has been banned from the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Now the couple who helped take them down is telling their story.
Former Commerce City Cop Awarded $300,000A former Commerce City police officer who claimed the city penalized him for his military service while he served as a patrol officer has settled his claims against the city for a $300,000 payout.
Suspension Lifted For Top Parking EnforcerDenver’s Manager of Enforcement and Meter Operations is back at work after a three week long investigatory suspension, although Public Works administrators aren’t immediately disclosing what led to the suspension.
Denver Water Steps Up Lead Pipe RemovalReacting to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, Denver Water is ramping up efforts to replace lead water lines.
Mystery Surrounds Suspension Of Denver's Top Parking EnforcerThe Denver Public Works Department has placed its manager of enforcement and meter operations, Dominic Vaiana, on paid investigatory leave with little explanation to employees or the public.
Water Treatment Plant Workers Concerned Sludge Is Causing CancerIs it a deadly coincidence or something more? Workers at the Englewood drinking water treatment facility are concerned that so many of its people have developed cancer.
Denver Native Talks About Getting Tangled In The War On TerrorA Denver native once convicted of aiding terrorists, has served his sentence and now talks to CBS4's Rick Sallinger.
CDOT Supervisor, Mechanic Fired For MisappropriationA CBS4 investigation has learned that a Colorado Department of Transportation administrator who oversaw fleet maintenance and one of his subordinates have been fired for using a state credit card to buy materials to fix up and sell personal vehicles.
'Trooper' Recovers, Finds New Home After Dog AttackA 10-day old kitten survived severe injuries after he was attacked by a dog. Now that kitten, named "Trooper" has recovered and found a family.
Assistant Fire Chief Fined Over 'Close Call' IncidentA Denver Assistant Fire Chief has been fined 24 hours of pay in connection with a 2012 "close call" incident that nearly cost a Denver firefighter his life.