Last year in Denver, drivers received 562 tickets a day adding up to more than 200,000 a year for speeding from photo radar vans. So how do police decide where to put those vans? Good Question.
Questioning of the potential members of the James Holmes jury may be lengthy. They will have to be “death qualified,” to be able to impose the death penalty should the trial get to that point. CBS4’s Alan Gionet asks the Good Question, “What’s it like to be on a jury?”
A researcher at the University of Colorado has come to believe bias is so ingrained in American culture, it creeps into everyday decisions – even by people who harbor no racist sentiment.
The landslide that skidded down out of a bowl shaped drop-off from the Grand Mesa Sunday night had enough material to stretch out for three miles, and it was hundreds of feet deep in some spots.
Since Colorado legalized marijuana doctors say they’re seeing more and more people coming in with THC-related problems. So CBS4’s Alan Gionet wondered if the effects of pot are different when it’s eaten instead of being smoked.
The Super Bowl is getting closer — maybe closer to Denver. So here’s a good question: can Denver get the Super Bowl? John Elway puts faith in the fans.
Less expensive home security systems are capturing more and more crimes on video, but are the cameras leading to more convictions? Alan Gionet asks the Good Question, “Are cameras cracking crimes?”
Rocks the size of cars pushed downstream. If you’ve ever hiked or driven along a canyon in the mountains, you wonder how many eons it took to create so much erosion. The answer may not be eons at all.
With marijuana now legal in Colorado, CBS4’s Alan Gionet talked to an expert to find out what pot does to a person’s body.
The Connecticut shooting is thrusting mental health into the spotlight, and that prompted CBS4’s Alan Gionet to ask the Good Question: “Is there a common thread among the killers?”