Parents Still Waiting For Justice 11 Years After Son's MurderA Thornton man’s parents are waiting for justice 11 years after his shooting death.
Law Enforcement's Overdose Reversal Drug Already Saving LivesAn Aurora police officer saved a man's life just one month after being trained and given the opioid and heroin reversal drug called naloxone. It's part of Colorado's fight to combat the explosive heroin epidemic.
'Boobies Rock!' Founder Pleads Guilty In Tax CaseA man accused of running a fraudulent breast cancer charity pleaded guilty to failure to file a tax return on Wednesday.
Arrest Warrant Issued For Alleged Solar Con ArtistThe Colorado Attorney General’s office has shut down a Colorado solar energy company, but victims of an alleged scam artist say it’s a move too late to stop Kevin Ryder.
Beth McCann Sworn In As Denver's First Female District AttorneyDenver officially has a new district attorney and she's the first female district attorney in the city's history.
It's 'Uncharted Waters' After Elector Defies Colorado LawThe case of a renegade elector is now being reviewed by the Colorado attorney general for potential criminal charges.
CBS4 Experiment Finds Online Reviews Raise Serious QuestionsA CBS4 investigation shows it’s not always wise to be guided by reviews posted on the internet.
Authorities Take Down Major Heroin Ring In Denver Metro AreaAuthorities announced a major heroin ring bust that was operating around Denver. On Tuesday, they revealed how they zeroed in on the street drug dealers.
Boobies Rock! Founder Sentenced In Separate Fraud CaseA man accused of running a fraudulent breast cancer charity has been sentenced in a separate case in which prosecutors say he stole more than $1 million through a scheme involving the sale of donated mattresses.
Trauma Kits Designed To Save LivesLaw enforcement officers across Colorado will soon have a new took to save lives-- trauma kits.
Video: Family's $17K 'Service Dog' For Allergy Sufferer Fails To Notice Peanuts In Grocery StoreThe Colorado Attorney General’s Office is currently looking into several reports that a Colorado Springs organization is selling service dogs that are not properly trained. Meanwhile a new family has come forward making the same claim.
State Settles With Families Of Children Assaulted At Colorado School For The Deaf And BlindThe State of Colorado has agreed to pay $1.4 million compensation for two students who reported they were sexually assaulted by another student at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind.