U.S. Attorney’s Office
U.S. Attorney John Walsh is rebuffing claims the federal government is sitting idly by as Colorado enacts laws to regulate the booming medical marijuana industry.
A Denver man was found guilty on Monday for failure to pay taxes and theft from an employee benefit plan, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
A former employee of the Great Sand Dunes National Park was indicted Wednesday for alleged theft of $200,000 or more of government money.
Denver police destroyed key evidence in a major drug case and now there’s an internal investigation after CBS4 inquired about it.
A federal grand jury is investigating the practices of Denver-based kidney-dialysis firm DaVita.
Federal prosecutors have filed a criminal charge against Tempel Grain Elevators following the death of a 17-year-old worker who suffocated in a grain elevator in Haswell, Colo., in 2009.
A Denver man who allegedly admitted breaking into a Borders bookstore and placing three homemade bombs at the site has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
CBS4 has learned of a new investigation into how medical marijuana dispensaries advertise.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office is asking more time to prepare the federal case against six Aspen-area residents who were arrested last month on drug charges.
A doctor with an office in Wheat Ridge has been arrested on accusations that he took cash in exchange for writing illegal prescriptions for the narcotic oxycodone.