CBS4 Investigation: CDOT Scraps Cloud System; $340,000 In LossesA CBS4 Investigation has found the Colorado Department of Transportation paid nearly $16,000 per month for almost two years for a cloud computer backup system that never went live and never worked properly.
Lifelong Republican Campaigns In Colorado For ClintonA lifelong Republican, Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman, says she's "all in" for democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Coffman Talking About Women In Business With FiorinaRepublican Rep. Mike Coffman is sharing the stage Saturday with former presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina at an event about expanding business opportunities for women.
Some Hewlett-Packard Employees In Colorado Could Lose JobsHewlett Packard isn't saying how many jobs might be lost here in Colorado, but the computer company does say it will be cutting 27,000 jobs in the face of poor sales.
Parker Man Accused Of Shooting Austin Police OfficerA man from Parker is in jail in Austin, Texas. Investigators say he shot and killed a police officer during a drunken rage inside a Walmart.