CBS4 To Former CU Coach: 'Did You Beat That Woman?'No longer a University of Colorado football coach, Joseph Tumpkin walked into court to be advised of the domestic violence charges he faces on Thursday.
Teen Sentenced For Shooting Death Of Younger BrotherA teenager who accidentally shot his younger brother to death while the two were handling a loaded handgun in their Aurora home has been sentenced to two years of supervised probation.
12 DUIs Gets Man 6 Years Behind BarsA man convicted of his 12th DUI will spend six years behind bars.
Man Sentenced Nearly 7 Years After Deadly StabbingAn Adams County judge handed down a 55-year sentence for the man who murdered an apartment manager in Aurora.
Men Who Sold Fake Broncos Gear Learn Their SentencesTwo men have been sentenced after pleading guilty to selling fake Denver Broncos gear at the Mile High Flea Market.
Man Sentenced To Life In Prison As A Teen Will Soon Walk FreeIn 1998 Giselle Gutierrez-Ruiz was convicted and told he would die behind bars. This week he learned that will no longer be the case.
Resident Involved In Fatal Shooting Won't Face ChargesNo homicide charges will be filed against a man who shot a teenager to death who was believed to be in a group attempting to steal marijuana plants.
Police Officer Impersonator Sentenced To JailA man convicted of impersonating a police officer in Aurora was sentenced to 60 days in jail on Friday.
DA Explains Decision Not To File Charges In Bar DeathNo charges will be filed in the death of a man who got into an altercation at a bar and was restrained by bouncers.
No Charges In Reported Chokehold Death At Westminster BarNo one will be prosecuted in the death of a man who was reportedly put in a chokehold by a bouncer at a suburban Denver bar.
Neighbors Stand Behind Officer Accused Of Unlawful Sexual ContactA former Commerce City police officer has been accused of molesting women during traffic stops and his neighbors in Brighton are in disbelief.
Just Hang Up: Jury Duty Arrest Warrant Scam ResurfacesJust hang up-- that's the advice from law enforcement in Adams and Broomfield Counties after an old scam about jury duty and arrest warrants has resurfaced.