Denver Assistant City Attorney Paid $213,000 While On LeaveA CBS4 investigation has found that a senior assistant city attorney with the City of Denver has been paid more than $213,000 during 19 months of paid leave.
Ethics Board Reviews Mayor's Trip To Super BowlThe Mayor of Denver's trip to the Super Bowl has drawn some scrutiny so the Denver Board of Ethics took a closer look. The board members gathered for a meeting on Friday afternoon.
Broncos Supplying Mayor, Family With Super Bowl Tickets, Taxpayers Paying for Flight, HotelDenver Mayor Michael Hancock is planning to go to Super Bowl 50 with his wife and daughter and Denver’s city attorney says the Broncos are supplying the Hancock family with three game passes.
City Agrees To $90,000 Settlement For Former Sheriff's Department EmployeeThe City of Denver has agreed to pay a former Denver Sheriff's Department administrative assistant $90,000 after she said she was paid incorrectly, then faced retaliation when she raised the issue.
Suit: Denver Sheriff Discriminates Against Female DeputiesTwo female Denver deputies are suing the troubled sheriff's department, saying its policies put female employees at greater risk of harm and burnout.
Denver Fires City Attorney In Hunter CaseCBS4 has learned that the Denver city attorney has fired Assistant City Attorney Stuart Shapiro more than a year after he was placed on "investigatory leave" for his conduct in the case of Denver jail inmate Jamal Hunter.
Denver Warns Tow Trucks: Drop The OverchargingAfter a CBS4 Investigation, more than 100 tow companies are going to have to change their practices or face the consequences.
Appeals Court Says City Of Denver Immune To Lawsuit Over Injuries At Red RocksAn appeals court ruled on Thursday that the City and County of Denver is immune to a lawsuit against them over rocks falling on concert-goers at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2012.
Denver Towing Companies Routinely Overcharging On 'Drop Fees'Towing companies working in Denver have been routinely overcharging drivers for years, according to a CBS4 investigation, a practice several companies say they will stop as a result of what CBS4 revealed.
Family Says Low Domestic Violence Priority In Denver Contributed To Woman's DeathThe family of a woman beaten to death by her husband is claiming in a lawsuit that Denver police have a low priority for domestic violence calls.
Relatives Of Slain Woman Sue Over Denver 911 DelayA Denver woman who was found fatally beaten more than six hours after a neighbor first called 911 for help might have survived if dispatchers had sent police sooner, her family said in a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
Denver Not Liable For Man's Death In Botched 911 Call, Judge RulesThe city of Denver is not responsible for the murder of a Sudanese immigrant, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.