Former Aurora Cop, Curtiss Christensen, Linked To Pipe Bomb Case & Arrested For Multiple FeloniesCurtiss Christensen, a former Aurora Police Department sergeant, was arrested last week and charged with being an accessory to a crime and tampering with physical evidence in connection with a pipe bomb case in Aurora.
Harold Johnson Will Stay On Aurora Civil Service Commission; Councilmember Warns 'We Are Making A Mistake'Harold Johnson, a former Denver Fire Department Captain, will remain on Aurora's Civil Service Commission.
Passenger On United Airlines Flight 328 Files Lawsuit Claiming 'Severe Emotional Distress' After Engine Broke ApartA passenger on United Airlines Flight 328 has filed a class action lawsuit against the airline, claiming he suffered severe emotional distress after one of the 777's engines broke apart over Broomfield on Feb. 20.
Aurora Fires Deputy Fire Chief Stephen McInerny For Policy ViolationsThe City of Aurora has terminated Deputy Fire Chief Stephen McInerny saying he was fired on Monday.
Elevated Levels Of 'Forever Chemicals' Found In Some Colorado Drinking Water DistrictsPoisonous "forever chemicals" have been found at levels higher than what some states say are safe in more than a dozen Colorado water districts. This, after massive statewide testing for the pollutants was conducted during the pandemic.
Aurora Council Members 'Appalled, Embarrassed' By Who They Just Put On Civil Service CommissionWhen Aurora City Council voted unanimously this month to put retired Denver Fire Captain Harold Johnson on their powerful Civil Service Commission, they apparently had no idea about his history.
Judge Refuses To Lower Bond For Lawyer Jennifer Emmi, Accused In Murder-For-Hire CaseA judge in Jefferson County left bond at $3 million for a woman accused of trying to hire someone to kill her ex-husband's girlfriend.
Pilots Called 'Heroes' For Actions After United Airlines Engine ExplosionThe Airline Pilots Association said the captain who was in charge Saturday has been with United since 1990 and had 20,000 hours as a captain. The first officer joined the airline in 1999, according to ALPA, and had 11,000 hours in the 777.
Exclusive: New Photos Of United Plane Show Hole Torn In FuselageNew photos obtained exclusively by CBS4 of the United Airlines 777 involved in Saturday's engine explosion show a sizeable hole was torn in the airplane's fuselage.
FAA Records: United Flight 328 Plane Was Nearly 26 Years OldRecords from the Federal Aviation Administration show the plane involved in the United Airlines Flight 328 - in which an engine failed, plane parts fell from the sky, and an emergency landing was required - was manufactured in 1995, and was originally approved to fly in September 1995.
Following CBS4 Investigation, Labor Department Makes Changes To Help Employers Fighting Unemployment FraudThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment said it is updating its virtual agent to better streamline the process for employers looking for assistance with fraud questions.
Car Thefts Skyrocket Due To COVID, Task Force Commander: 'It's Going To Get Worse'Motor vehicle thefts surged last year with every metro county seeing double digit increases in car thefts.
Imprisoned For Computer-Scamming Older Adults, Swindler Safder Iqbal Asks CBS4 For 'Best Offer' For Interview An immigrant from India, Safder Iqbal, is still interested in profiting from his crimes.
After Attending Wedding In Mexico, COVID Sidelines South Adams County FirefightersAt least 10 firefighters from the South Adams County Fire Department were not working Monday due to COVID-19 quarantines.
Reality TV Star Shorty Rossi 'Blown Away' By Murder-For-Hire Arrest of Lawyer Jennifer EmmiShorty Rossi, who starred in the cable TV reality show “Pit Boss,” told CBS4 on Thursday he was shocked and “blown away” to learn that his friend and legal advisor, Jennifer Emmi, had been jailed for solicitation for murder.