Aurora Agrees To Pay $15 Million In Elijah McClain Case; Largest Police Related Settlement In City, Colorado HistoryCBS4 has learned the City of Aurora has agreed to pay $15 million to the family of Elijah McClain to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit filed over McClain's death. 
'If This Can Happen To Pat Bowlen, It Can Happen To Anyone': Pat Bowlen's Relatives Reveal Alzheimer's Disease ImpactsWhen Pat Bowlen publicly acknowledged he was suffering from Alzheimer's disease and would no longer oversee the Broncos, his wife said he "has very bravely and quietly battled Alzheimer's disease for the last few years."
'None Of This Had To Happen': Bowlen Family Members Detail Internal Battle For The BroncosBill Bowlen, the younger brother of late Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, says the death of his brother and subsequent power struggle for the team has torn his family apart.
'Trying To Help Customers Out': Denver International Airport Offering Refunds Over Its Parking ProblemsPassengers flying out of Denver International Airport who have encountered - and complained about- the limited parking options, have been regularly getting refunds according to a CBS4 Investigation.
Commerce City Police Chief Worked From Las Vegas, Drove City Vehicle Back And ForthThe police chief in Commerce City was allowed to work remotely from Las Vegas and drove a city vehicle back and forth in a practice that is now receiving scrutiny following a CBS4 investigation.
Denver's Top Parking Enforcer 'Fixed' 21 Of His Own TicketsA CBS4 Investigation has found Denver's Director of Right of Way Enforcement, Jonathan Featherston, received 21 parking citations on his personal car in 2021 and 2020.
Stephanie Martinez, Who Beat 80-Year-Old Man To Death, Could Receive ProbationA woman caught on video beating an 80-year-old man to death was found not guilty of murder. A jury found Stephanie Martinez guilty of a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide.
License Permanently Revoked For Doctor Who Confessed To Secretly Filming Patients For Child PornJustin Neisler's medical license has been permanently relinquished by the Colorado Medical Board after he confessed to filming several minor patients during medical exams with a spy pen camera and his iPhone, according to a medical board report released this week.
Suspect Arrested 3 Times In 24 Hours, Denver Police Officer Begs Judge To Not Release HimIn an arrest document a police officer begged a Denver judge not to let a man was arrested three times in 24 hours out on bond.
'I Think The Horses Are A Lot Better Off Here': Meet Two Prison Inmates Who Care For Colorado's Wild Horses"So for example, some of these horses, when they first get here off the trucks, a lot of them will look a little skinny, they don't look like they're in good shape, and then you come in, you do your job every day, and you start to see them put on weight, start to mellow out around people," one inmate said. "That's that's really nice, there's a lot of self satisfaction to that."
Advocates Allege Wild Horse Mistreatment At Cañon City Prison, BLM Says 'Vast Majority' In Good ConditionThe BLM estimates it spends more than $3 million in federal taxpayer money a year caring for the horses in Cañon City.
State, Local Officials Vow Action After CBS4 Investigation Shows Judges Giving PR Bonds In Violent Felony CasesA CBS4 investigation has found thousands of defendants in felony cases are being released from Denver County Court without having to post bond. Court recordings show judges giving zero, $1 or $2 bonds to people charged with violent crimes and long criminal histories.
Candidate For Denver School Board Pays School Board Member Tay Anderson As 'Consultant'A candidate for the Denver School Board has paid current school board member Tay Anderson $5,000 since August to act as a "consultant" to his campaign.
911 Calls In Denver On Hold: 'It Was Frightening' Says CallerDenver's 911 system is out of compliance with nationally recognized standards for answering calls as thousands of callers are finding themselves on hold when they call in to report an emergency. 
'Shady... Cronyism' At Denver Parks And Rec Says City Council MemberDenver's two deputy managers in the Parks and Recreation Department, who were appointees of Mayor Michael Hancock, saw their job classifications changed last month to a status that provides hefty protections from removal.