CBS4 Investigation Finds Controversial Rape Sentence Not UnusualWhen a Boulder judge sentenced a convicted rapist to 20 years of probation and two years of work release, a public outcry followed.
Advocate Dismayed By Work-Release Sentence For RapistA former University of Colorado student who raped another student will not serve any time in prison.
Affidavit: Homeless Woman Suffered Rape After Paralyzing AssaultPolice arrested a 21-year-old homeless man in the case. He is being held at the El Paso County jail on charges of attempted murder and sexual assault.
7 Rapes Already Reported At DU This Year, Reporting Is Up NationwideRape reporting is up nationwide anywhere from 16 to 30 percent, according to the University of Denver.
Alleged Bill Cosby Victims Support Rhonda Fields In Change To Statute Of LimitationsTwo Colorado women who say they were sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby are trying to change the state’s statute of limitations in rape cases. Right now, if a victim waits more than 10 years prosecutors can’t bring charges.
Denver Hopes To Break Cycle Of Sexual Abuse With New Awareness CampaignDenver wants to break the cycle of sexual abuse by encouraging everyone to believe victims who confide in others.
Police Use HALO Cameras To Nab Taxi Driver Accused Of Raping PassengerA Denver taxi driver is being accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a passenger.
Rape Victims Tell Colorado Lawmakers To Pass The 'Anonymous' BillRape victims in Colorado may soon be allowed to get help without being forced to talk to police.
Anonymous Sex Assault Reports Expanded Under Colorado BillSex assault victims would be able to undergo forensic evidence collection without reporting a crime under a measure pending in the Colorado Legislature.
Bill Would Allow Rape Victims To Keep Their Names Out Of Police ReportsA proposed bill in Colorado would make it easier for sexual assault victims to report a rape to police.
Police Located Rape Suspect After He's Caught JaywalkingA jaywalking stop may be the key to closing an old rape case.
Colorado Crime Reports Rose In 2013A new report says Coorado saw a 2.1 percent increase in violent crimes and a 1.3 percent climb in property crimes in 2013.