COMING UP: The Opiod Epidemic: A Family's Struggle, Tonight on CBS4 at 10 (Watch Preview)
911 Call Allegedly Not Answered After 15 MinutesA number of questions are being raised after a call to 911 is said to have gone unanswered for more than 15 minutes.
City Councilman Celebrates After Cancer BattleA Denver city councilman hit the slopes to celebrate after doctors initially told him he would never snowboard again.
Arts Undergrounders Believe 'Witch Hunt' Is UnderwayThe sudden shutdown of two arts spaces on Brighton Boulevard in Denver has led to fear in what's called the DIY Arts Community.
Denver City Council Approves Affordable Housing FundsMillions of dollars will be available to help with Denver's affordable housing problem after the city council approved the first affordable housing fund.
'It Rocked Me': Councilman Brooks Recovers After 15-Pound Tumor RemovedDenver City Councilman Albus Brooks is recovering at home after a 15-pound tumor was removed from his body. The cancer is so rare only 600 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with it each year.
Denver's Mayor Visits Albus Brooks After Surgery To Remove TumorDenver Mayor Michael Hancock visited Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks in the hospital after a successful surgery to remove a 15-pound tumor.
Councilman Battling Rare Form Of Cancer Humbled By SupportDenverites gathered Saturday at City Park to support a city councilman who was suddenly diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
Deadlock Kills Dispensary Moratorium Proposal After Packed Public HearingThere are now almost 100 dispensaries in the city of Denver alone -- the same number of Starbucks, McDonald's, Taco Bells and King Soopers combined.
Possible Cap On Pot Shops, Grow Houses DiscussedThe topic of a community meeting on Wednesday afternoon addresses a possible cap on pot shops and grow houses in Denver.
New Affordable Housing Project Coming To Heart Of DowntownThe City of Denver is helping to finance a new affordable housing project that's located in one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city.
Denver Council Approves Expansion Of ShotSpotter SystemDenver police asked the city council for more than $500,000 to pay for ShotSpotter and triple the coverage of the gunshot sensor technology. It was approved unanimously
Former Denver Gang Member Illustrates Problem's ComplexitiesThe young man in the baggy cargo pants and scraggly hipster beard could have been among the dead.

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