Denver Woman Gets New Home After CBS4 Story Exposes 'Nasty' Rental HouseTyjohanna Whitacker said it was an emotional day when she learned she no longer had to live in a home reeking of urine and mold.
Patrick Firman To Step Down As Denver Sheriff On Oct. 14Denver Sheriff Patrick Firman will resign from his position effective October 14, according to city officials.
‘Brandi’ And Bean: How Online Sex Sting Ensnared Prominent DU Music ProfessorAurora police say University of Denver music professor Scott Bean, a renowned trombone player, fell for their online sex sting earlier this year, believing “Brandi” was really a teenage girl.
'It's A Slap Of Reality': Terminally Ill Man At Center Of Aid-In-Dying BattleDiagnosed with inoperable cancer this summer, Neil Mahoney finds himself in the middle of a legal fight over Colorado’s Medical Aid-in-Dying law with Centura Health.
‘Shoot Random Judges’: Activist Eric Brandt's Words Prompt Increased SecuritySecurity for Denver judges was recently stepped up after an area activist live-streamed a rant urging “the random shooting of judges… execute them, and don’t forget to shoot the police.”
Warrant Issued For Canine Trainer Justin Paisley Following CBS4 ReportsPolice issued an arrest warrant for a canine trainer doing business in Parker and Aurora.
State Says Company That Installed Denver Red Light Cameras Was UnlicensedThe company that designed and installed red light cameras at four Denver intersections beginning in 2008 was not properly licensed according to state authorities and has been ordered to “cease and desist” such operations in Colorado.
Aurora Police Employees Charged With Stealing Charity Gift CardsTwo civilian employees with the Aurora Police Department have been criminally charged with stealing gift cards.
Denver Moves To End DIA Great Hall ContractCBS4 has learned that the city has moved to terminate the renovation contract for Denver International Airport's Great Hall project, telling the developer, Great Hall Partners, that it has been fired "for convenience."
OSHA Joins Investigation Into Deadly Fire At Weld County Tank BatteryFederal investigators are on the scene of an oil and gas site east of Windsor where a man was killed in a fire. The man was killed on Wednesday evening.
Littleton Homeowner, Company Disagree On $26,000 Bill, Pipe Liner Vs. New PipeOne homeowner thought it would cost a few hundred dollars to repair a clogged sewer line under her Littleton home. Instead, it would cost tens of thousands of dollars.