Fire At Transitional Shelter Sends Residents Right Back On The StreetsA transitional shelter apartment building went up in flames Thursday morning in the Five Points neighborhood of Denver, leaving residents struggling for a place to stay.
Woman Accused Of Stabbing Denver Fire Chief Appears In CourtThe woman accused of stabbing Denver Fire Chief Eric Tade earlier appeared before a judge on Tuesday morning.
Woman Accused Of Stabbing Denver Fire Chief ChargedThe woman accused of stabbing Denver Fire Chief Eric Tade earlier this week has been charged.
Denver Fire Chief Returns To Work 1 Day After Stabbing: 'Surreal Experience'Denver Fire Chief Eric Tade returned to work less than 24 hours after he was attacked and stabbed right outside the Denver Fire Department Headquarters.
Police Don't Believe Vandalism Incidents Preceding Stabbing Of Fire Chief Are RelatedTuesday's stabbing of Denver Fire Chief Eric Tade was preceded by two unexplained incidents of vandalism at Denver Fire Department headquarters a week earlier, but police said they don't believe the vandalism is connected to the assault.
Denver Fire Chief Back At Work After StabbingDenver Fire Chief Eric Tade returned to work on Wednesday just one day after he was stabbed and rushed to the hospital.
Woman With Criminal History Arrested For Allegedly Stabbing Denver Fire ChiefDenver Fire Chief Eric Tade was stabbed downtown and was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. A woman was arrested in connection to the stabbing.
2 Killed In 4-Vehicle Crash That Began As Report Of Driver Asleep At The WheelTwo people were killed after a four-vehicle crash at the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Mexico Avenue in Denver Sunday afternoon.
Report Calls For Changes After Firefighter DeathA Denver Fire Department report following the July death of firefighter John Whelan calls for numerous changes including a dedicated safety officer, better internal information flow, and a variety of warnings to firefighters.
CBS4 Investigation Prompts Warnings To Firefighters About SkylightsDays after a CBS4 investigation revealed at least two incidents of Denver firefighters falling through fiberglass skylights, the Denver Fire Department has now begun surveying similar buildings and placing warnings in the department’s computer dispatch system.
Denver Fire Department Fires Black Captain Calling Him A Bully, LiarThe Denver Fire Department fired Capt. Harold Johnson Tuesday claiming he behaved as a firehouse bully who mistreated firefighters under his command and was more concerned with making personal calls at work than with public safety.
Colorado Firefighters Help Out Other States, 'Focus On Home'Firefighters in Colorado have sent hundreds of their own to help crews in other states as they battle wildfires. Those who have returned home aren't sure that our fire season is close to being snuffed out.