LoDo Parking Lot Admits Misleading DriversA downtown Denver parking lot admits its instructions to drivers paying for their parking spaces were wrong, after a CBS4 Investigation.
Denver Wants Drivers To Avoid Parking TicketsMost drivers are aware they'll get a ticket if a meter runs out or they ignore the "2-Hour" parking signs, but there are plenty of other violations Denver enforces even though they are not posted.
Special Lawmaker Plates Stay, But Changes SoughtColorado lawmakers are keeping their special license plates after all. But legislators are working on a fix to ensure they get traffic tickets - the issue that brought the matter up in the first place.
Special License Plates Give State Lawmakers Free ParkingState lawmakers are getting special perks because of their legislative license plates.
Colorado Taking Money For Unpaid Parking Tickets From Tax Refunds The state of Colorado may be holding back a chunk of resident's tax refund money because of unpaid parking tickets.
Denver Sees Significant Increase In Parking Ticket Revenue4 On Your Side gets a lot of complaints from people frustrated by parking tickets. Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks dug into parking ticket records and found out that violations are big business for the city.
City Fires Parking Agent Who Lacked AuthorizationDenver parking managers have fired one of two "vehicle control agents" who they put on the streets to write parking tickets, even though he was never given the special police authorization required to write citations.
City Flip Flops On Parking TicketsThe city of Denver has offered dramatically different opinions on the validity of parking tickets issued by unauthorized vehicle control agents, according to documents obtained by CBS4.
City Of Denver Says Tickets Legal: No RefundsDenver's city attorney on Thursday said refunds will not be issued for nearly 31,000 parking tickets that were in question following a CBS4 investigation.
CBS4 Investigation Reveals $1M In Questionable Parking TicketsThe Denver Public Works Department and Denver City Attorney's Office are scrutinizing as many as 40,000 to 50,000 parking tickets, worth more than $1 million, that may have to be recalled after a CBS4 Investigation.