Residents Appalled After HOA Orders Removal Of BLM Yard SignsHomeowners in the Erie Village subdivision say they are appalled and outraged that their management company ordered them to immediately remove their social activism yard signs or face financial penalties.
Lawyer Phillip Malouff Jr. Censured After Telling Judge ‘I Better Be Able To See Your Tan Lines’Colorado lawyer Phillip Malouff Jr. has been publicly censured for a series of sexual innuendoes and double entendre directed at female judges and female support staff in Colorado courtrooms.
Inside Job Suspected In Six Figure American Legion Theft: 'It Hurts'Colorado's American Legion headquarters, which supports military veterans and their families, has been hit by a "significant" internal theft.
Aurora Police Investigating Officer Over Unwelcome Advance; Victim Says Invasion Of Privacy Left Her ‘Livid’A woman who witnessed a crime and gave officers her personal information says one of the officers used the information to contact her for a possible date.
Still Waiting On Your Unemployment Money? Make Sure You're Applying CorrectlyThe employment office says about 15% of unemployment claims haven't yet been paid, mainly due to common errors made by claimants.
Aurora Police Defend 'Stand Down' Orders; Twice Walked Away From Arresting Man Who Terrorized Apartment ResidentsA CBS4 investigation has found Aurora police officers twice walked away from arresting a 47-year-old man who was terrorizing residents of an apartment complex.
Tables Turned On Bike Thieves: Minnesota Man Stings Colorado CrooksWhen the father of a CU Boulder student learned his daughter’s locked bike was stolen from campus last weekend, he turned into an amateur detective and his quick thinking led to the recovery of his daughter’s bike, and the arrest of the man who was selling it.
More Than 20% Of Denver Exempt From Controversial Group Living Rule Change ProposalAny neighborhood with a Home Owners Association, or HOA, would not have to follow the proposed changes, and any neighborhood still under the city's old zoning code would also be exempt.
Committee Selects 4 Finalists For Denver Fire ChiefCBS4 has learned that a selection committee named four finalists from within the Denver Fire Department to become Denver's next Fire Chief.
Exclusive: Student Files Lawsuit Against CSU Claiming It Failed To Take Appropriate Action On Sex Assault ClaimsA Colorado State University student is suing the university after she claims she was sexually assaulted by a wealthy donor while working as a waitress at football games last fall.
100+ High School Students In Denver Protest For Better Sex Education Amid Sex Assault AllegationsThe demand for change comes after several allegations of sexual assault surfaced this week against several East High School students.
Lowry Board Reverses Policy: Yard Signs Now AllowedAfter hearing from unhappy residents and following a spate of media attention, the HOA board overseeing Denver’s Lowry neighborhood reversed a long-standing policy and voted to allow residents to display two yard signs.
Denver Schools 'Aware' Of Sexual Assault Allegations Involving East High StudentsOfficials with Denver Public Schools tell CBS4 they are "aware of concerns" regarding recent sexual assault allegations involving students, and a former student, of East High School. Denver Police says it is investigating the allegations.
Former Buffalo Exchange Employees Describe Drugs, Harassment, Abuse At Stores In ColoradoA popular consignment store chain in the Denver metro abruptly closed this summer after dozens of sexual assault and harassment allegations surfaced on an Instagram account against one of the franchise owners, effectively putting 37 people out of work in the middle of a pandemic. CBS4 Investigates spoke exclusively with one of the people who started that Instagram account about the alleged culture of drugs, abuse, and harassment behind the scenes at Buffalo Exchange, which Denver Police, with the help of the FBI, are now investigating.
Teachers Leaving Jeffco Public Schools Amid In-Person Learning ConcernsAs Jeffco Public Schools gears up for school to start back on Monday, CBS4 Investigates has learned many teachers are leaving the district, upset with the hybrid back-to-school plans.