U.S. officials on Thursday destroyed more than 6 tons of confiscated ivory tusks, carvings and jewelry — the bulk of the U.S. “blood ivory” stockpile — and urged other nations to follow suit to fight a $10 billion global trade that slaughters tens of thousands of elephants each year.
CBS4 has asked for and received lists of where drivers are most likely to receive a speeding ticket. In Denver and some other locations it is most commonly delivered courtesy of photo radar, while other locations rely on more traditional means.
A Boulder man has been living in his home with no heat and no roof and wants to know why he’s been denied help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A family in Fort Collins has filed a complaint with the state’s veterinary medicine board after a veterinarian made a house call and the family’s dog ended up dying.
CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger has learned that the University of Colorado Denver is investigating allegations of cheating by a number of international students.
Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes was back in court on Monday and there was a new family member there offering her support.
The distinction Dr. Joseph Montante now holds is something he does not welcome. He’s now convicted of prescribing medical marijuana without conducting a proper exam.
A Colorado Springs mother says Human Services is investigating her family after her choice of treatment for her young son’s cancer. She’s decided on marijuana over chemotherapy.
The mouth of Left Hand Canyon is an absolute mess after the flooding. Homes are under water and cars are scattered about — all from a very small creek.
Colorado and the nation are starting to get the first glimpse into many of the communities hit hard by the flooding over the last few days.