New Denver Safety Director Calls Violence From Rioters 'Despicable', Says What Has Happened 'Hurts My Heart'Murphy Robinson, 31, was named Denver’s Manager of Safety in late May in the midst of a pandemic.
Are Dams Safe In Colorado? Top Dam Safety Official Explains Steps To Prevent Devastating FloodsOne week after destructive flooding in Michigan due to broken dams, CBS4 Investigates has found there are 32 dams in Colorado that have been flagged for potential failure.
'I Was Bit The First Night': Tenants Claim Invitation Homes Knowingly Leased House With Bedbug InfestationImagine renting the perfect house -- good location, spacious room -- but on your first night sleeping there, you're bitten by bedbugs.
Nurses Claim Century Communities Refused To Return Portions Of New Home DepositsAs businesses and everyday workers try to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, some local nurses are accusing builder “Century Communities” of not negotiating in good faith with families navigating the financial downturn.
Colorado Coroner Challenges Coronavirus Counting: 'We Just Have A Different Opinion'Another Colorado coroner - this time in La Plata County - is challenging the way local and state health departments have been attributing deaths to COVID-19.
Some Small Assisted Living Home Owners Concerned By Colorado Health Department's Coronavirus Policies"Why are you bringing strangers into my home?" Some owners of small assisted living group homes are worried about state inspectors coming in and bringing the virus with them.
'Makes Me Angry': Several Nursing Homes In Colorado Had Infection Control Deficiencies Prior To COVID-19 OutbreakOf the more than 200 deaths in the 66 nursing homes in the state, more than 90 of them occurred at the 15 facilities that had been previously cited for not having a proper infection control plan in place, according to a CBS4 analysis of state data.
New COVID-19 Death Dispute: Colorado Coroner Says State Mischaracterized DeathMan who died of acute alcohol poisoning has death reclassified to COVID-19 by Colorado Department of Health and Environment, despite initial ruling by the coroner.
Some Small Colorado Businesses Frustrated Over PPP Loan ProcessFor Scott Romme and his Windsor-based construction company, this spring and summer looked promising.
City Council Postpones Decision On Denver Health Board Appointments After Bonuses RevealedThe Denver City Council has postponed making any decision on re-appointments to the board of Denver Health. This comes after a CBS4 investigation revealed that the hospital executives received large bonuses at the same time they asked frontline workers to take cuts during the coronavirus pandemic.
'It's A Huge Waste': IRS Sends Stimulus Checks To Dead Colorado TaxpayersWhile many Coloradans are still waiting to get their stimulus checks from the IRS, CBS4 has found some dead people have been given that stimulus money in error.
Some DPS Students Say Virtual Learning Grading Policy '110% Serves Affluent Students'Some students feel the Denver Public School System's current grading policy, giving students a choice between a letter grade or credit/no credit, gives more affluent students the upper hand. They're hoping that will change in the next school year starting in August.
Denver Health Board Plans Review Of Bonuses, Doctor Calls Bonuses 'Corrupt, Misaligned'After weeks of defending executive performance bonuses, the board overseeing Denver Health said Wednesday it planned to "revisit the compensation philosophy."
Study To Determine Radon Mitigation In Denver Public Housing Delayed By CoronavirusIn the meantime, thousands of residents living in public housing units could remain at risk, and with the pandemic in effect, many people are staying in their homes several more hours of the day than normal, exposing them to even more radon concentrations than before.
Denver Health Workers Seek To UnionizeDenver Health Medical Center workers announced Tuesday they are forming a union to “fight for workers rights."