Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Getting $$ To Expand Body Camera ProgramsThe Denver Police Department will receive federal funding to expand its body camera program.
Commerce City Requests Department Of Justice Help With Police DepartmentCommerce City has requested the United States Department of Justice step in and help reform its police department, according to a letter obtained during a CBS4 Investigation.
The 'Dark Net' Holds Internet’s SecretsA day after the U.S. Department of Justice announced the largest theft of consumer financial data in U.S. history, a CBS4 investigation shows where financial and personal information is routinely bought and sold.
Nonprofits Becoming More Comfortable Accepting Pot DonationsOne marijuana business hosts an annual golf tournament in Denver to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. Another Colorado pot company donates to a gay-rights advocacy group and is a sponsor of an AIDS walk.
Denver Monitor Praises Rule Limiting Police Shooting At CarsA new policy limiting when Denver police officers can fire on moving vehicles will improve public safety if it is well-enforced, the city's police monitor said Wednesday.
Colorado Springs Man Sentenced To Life In Toddler Sex AbuseA house guest convicted of repeatedly kidnapping and sexually abusing a California couple's toddler during overnight stays was sentenced by a federal judge Tuesday to life in prison, prosecutors said.
32 Arrested, 20,000 Pot Plants Recovered After Raid On Grow Sites On Public LandsA total of 32 people have been arrested and 20,000 marijuana plants seized in a series of raids on illegal marijuana cultivation sites around Colorado.
Rangers Find 2 Marijuana Grows On BLM Land In Western ColoradoTwo large pot growing sites have been discovered on land that belongs to the Bureau of Land Management in Colorado.
Man Sentenced For Trashing Uncompahgre National ForestA man who dumped about 8,500 pounds of trash in the Uncompahgre National Forest north of Telluride has been sentenced to six months in federal prison followed by a year of probation.
DIA Traveler Says 'It Doesn't Surprise Me' About Possible Airline CollusionAirline passengers at Denver International Airport say they aren't surprised that four major airlines are being investigated by the Department of Justice for possibly working together to keep rates high.
Former Denver Gang Member Illustrates Problem's ComplexitiesThe young man in the baggy cargo pants and scraggly hipster beard could have been among the dead.
9 States Back Utah Ruling Tossing Federal Prairie Dog RulesNine states have stepped into a lawsuit over the Utah prairie dog to support a ruling that animal activists say threatens to undermine the Endangered Species Act.