The Denver Public Schools administrator suspended for allegedly accepting kickbacks had been engaged in unethical behavior “for a long time,” according to a former DPS employee.
CBS4 has learned that the Denver Public Schools deputy chief information officer has been placed on leave as the school district investigates allegations that he accepted bribes and kickbacks in exchange for awarding lucrative contracts to vendors.
Consumer complaints against Colorado towing companies are on the rise, and have been so for the last several years, with an outcry over what many consumers call predatory or aggressive towing.
The two Denver sheriff’s deputies involved in Wednesday morning’s fatal shooting near downtown Denver have previously been involved in violent episodes while serving felony warrants.
The Denver Police Department’s response time to emergency, high-priority calls is slowing and Chief Robert White told CBS4 its “certainly alarming.”
Five years after an undercover CBS4 investigation into door-to-door magazine sales a judge has taken dramatic action.
Tuesday brought a legal victory of sorts for former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan after a judge ruled Sullivan will not have to undergo additional psychological evaluations.
Morrison, the tiny town at the foot of Red Rocks, has significantly beefed up its police department in recent years, going from one full-time officer to six full-time officers, leading to a dramatic upswing in the number of tickets written.
A CBS4 investigation has found members of the Denver Police Department’s Honor Guard have been routinely paid thousands of dollars in overtime during Broncos home games to carry the flag for a few minutes before the games.
Free tickets to concerts and shows provided to Mayor Michael Hancock’s office intended to be used for business development and marketing have been going to his inner circle, staff members, cabinet members and friends since Hancock took office, according to a CBS4 investigation.