Family Of Man Who Died At Mile High Stadium Files LawsuitOne year after his death, the family of Jason Coy is suing the stadium, beer vendors, and companies associated with game day activities at Mile High.
Death Row Inmate Could Get A New TrialAttorneys for one of the three men on Colorado's death row are asking a judge to overturn the verdict and give their client a new trial because of alleged juror misconduct.
Report: Von Miller Says He's Being Extorted For Sex TapeAs first reported by TheSmokingGun.com, Super Bowl MVP Von Miller is trying to keep a sex tape under wraps.
Police Arrest Suspect In Deadly Shooting Of TeenDenver police have arrested a man accused of shooting two teenagers who were allegedly trying to steal marijuana plants from his backyard.
Man With Colorado Ties Who Shot Reagan Permanently Released From Mental HospitalThe man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981 has been granted full time release from a hospital.
Jury Selection Begins In Aurora Theater Shooting Civil TrialVictims and family members affected by the Aurora theater shooting nearly four years ago have returned to the Arapahoe County Justice Center in Centennial as the first civil trial began on Monday.
Video Shows Deadly Shooting At National Western ComplexThe City of Denver Manager of Safety's Office has released video of a deadly shooting during a motorcycle expo at the National Western Complex in January. Police have also released their final report on the investigation.
Denver Police Officer Fined 2 Days Pay After Causing Thousands In DamagesAn off-duty Denver police officer has lost two days pay after careening off the road, smashing through fences in a Lakewood neighborhood, then leaving the scene of a property damage accident before Lakewood police could arrive.
Police Using Social Media For Marijuana Stings, Some Call It EntrapmentCBS4 has learned Denver police are posing as pot growers on Facebook. They are conducting sting operations and have landed at least one deal worth tens of thousands of dollars.
Dear Could Face Death Penalty In State And Federal CourtRobert Lewis Dear, the suspect in the Nov. 27 shooting at Planned Parenthood, could face the death penalty in both state and federal court.
Not Enough Evidence To Charge Teen In Cab Driver MurderThe teenager arrested in connection with the murder of a cab driver will not be charged, at least for now.
Lawyers Say Man Who Allegedly Shot Wife While On Pot Edibles Was InsaneRichard Kirk, 48, has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity in the death of his wife.