A series of CBS4 ”Justice Failed” investigations into gaps in Colorado’s intensive supervision program for parolees has prompted the Colorado House Judiciary Committee to schedule oversight hearings into the program.
The owner and operator of a string of strip clubs across the country, including five in the Denver metro area, can now be found handing out traffic tickets and enforcing the law in the town of Morrison.
A sex offender now accused of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl was paroled from prison with the express agreement he attend counseling and regular sex offender treatment programs, but he didn’t comply with those conditions.
CBS4 has learned that DNA lifted from a payphone mouthpiece and fingerprints on the phone are some of the key evidence that ties Evan Ebel to the murder of 27-year-old Nathan Leon, a father of three.
CBS4 has uncovered a case of a parolee who pleaded guilty to murder that’s also raising troubling questions about how dangerous criminals are put back into the community.
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.”