A trial is under way for a man from Highlands Ranch accused of human trafficking. The jury will decide if he brought nurses to the United States under false pretenses and then put them to work, collecting much of their pay.
The Denver City Council will move forward on recreational marijuana. That was the result of an informal straw poll taken Monday.
The Denver Police Protective Association has asked Denver’s manager of safety to launch an official investigation into department leaks to the news media regarding internal affairs cases.
A former executive with Microsoft wants to create a national brand of marijuana and he’s got Colorado in his sights.
The operator of a so-called “revenge porn” website says he has pulled the plug on his highly controversial sites that showed nude and explicit pictures of women who didn’t consent to their private photos being displayed.
With former Paddington Station preschool teacher and administrator David Moe expected to plead guilty Thursday to child porn charges, the mother of one of his students is speaking out calling the situation “sickening… very disturbing.”
The Denver Sheriff’s deputy facing felony charges for helping an inmate escape from jail has resigned his position.
The U.S. Attorney for Colorado has called the abuse of prescription drugs an “epidemic.”
Despite vehement denials by the Colorado Department of Parole, a CBS4 investigation has turned up numerous state records that show dangerous parolees were either removed from intensive supervised parole in the last five years or never placed on it in the first place due to budget squeezes.
CBS4 Investigator Brian Maass has learned that the embattled director of Colorado’s parole department has been placed on administrative leave.