CBS4 Undercover Video Shows Coronavirus Gouging: Scalpers Upcharging Toilet Paper, Hand SanitizerWith consumers panicking-- buying toilet paper, hand sanitizer and other personal hygiene items, CBS4 found an underground network of scalpers and gougers-- re-selling personal hygiene items at vastly inflated prices during the coronavirus crisis.
Special Investigator: 'Mistakes' Made In Case Of Aurora Cop Drunk In Patrol Car, Several Department Policy Changes NeededA special investigator says Aurora Police leadership had "failures of judgement" in its handling of the case of Aurora Police Officer Nate Meier, who was found drunk and unconscious while on-duty in his patrol car one year ago. As a result, the special investigator made several recommendations for department policy changes in how it handles future investigations of its own officers.
'What's Going On' DA Comments After 2nd Aurora Police Officer Escaped DUI ChargeA female Aurora police officer apparently drove to work drunk in December, appeared to coworkers to be intoxicated, blew a .138 on a portable breath test an hour after arriving, but never faced a criminal DUI investigation.
'Oh My God This Is Gross’: How Low-Income Housing Inspections Fail To Protect ColoradansToxic mold, pest infestations, and electrical hazards are just a few of the problems discovered in Denver’s taxpayer-subsidized apartments, according to a CBS4 Investigates analysis of federal housing inspection records. CBS4 Investigates also found also found many apartments that have failed inspections were not fined for exposing low-income families to unsafe conditions in the home. Click the link to check for the inspection report of your apartment complex.
After Nearly 11 Years, Suspected Shooter Arrested In Graham Murder CaseAfter almost 11 years of investigation, Arapahoe County authorities have arrested Terrell Jones, the 26-year-old man who they believe shot and killed Andrew Graham while trying to rob him in November 2009.
Denver Anesthesiologist Dr. Mark Ryan Pleads Guilty To Choking NurseAn anesthesiologist accused of choking a nurse during a 2018 outburst at Skyridge Medical Center pleaded guilty Monday morning to a felony assault charge of strangulation and a misdemeanor assault charge. Dr. Mark R. Ryan will be sentenced in June.
Coronavirus Impacting DIA Travel: Fewer Passengers Through TSA CheckpointsThe number of passengers moving through TSA security checkpoints at Denver International Airport fell nearly 10% in the first week of March compared to the same week in 2019.
Probation For Plastic Surgeon In Controversial Breast Implant CaseDr. Geoffrey Kim, a plastic surgeon involved in a controversial breast implant case, has admitted to “unprofessional conduct” in the case of teenager Emmalyn Nguyen.
No Jail For Former Sheriffs Division Chief Frank Gale In Theft CaseFrank Gale, a former Division Chief with the Denver Sheriffs Department and high ranking union official, has pleaded guilty to felony money laundering and misdemeanor theft.
DIA Paying Lawyer Nearly $1,000 Per Hour To Investigate Great Hall DebacleA CBS4 investigation has learned that Denver International Airport is paying one lawyer $900 per hour to look into the stalled Great Hall project.
Denver Fire Chief Eric Tade Resigns Over Racy GalaDenver Fire Chief Eric Tade resigned his position Monday in a letter to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
CBS4 Investigation Finds Dangerous Radon Levels In Public Housing“It’s very dangerous, but I don’t have too many options at my age," said public housing resident Maria Chacón.
Denver International Airport CEO Kim Day Changes Course, Takes Blame For Great Hall FiascoAfter initially blaming most of the problems with the Great Hall Project on the developer, Denver International Airport's CEO now admits airport administrators and the city botched the project before it even started.
Brain Injury Survivor's Food Stamps Revoked While Fundraising To Help Others With Brain InjuriesDylan Flynn, a survivor of a traumatic brain injury, lost the public benefits he needs, just because he was raising money for charity.
Parents File Suit Against Saint Vincent de Paul School, ChurchTwo parents of students at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic school have filed a lawsuit against the former pastor.