Amid Short Supply, COVID-19 Vaccines Are Being Bought & Sold OnlineScammers are selling supposed COVID vaccines for hundreds, even thousands of dollars, and sending unsolicited vaccine ads to email inboxes.
COVID Creates Drunk Driving Loophole, Some Colorado Cases Being DismissedA CBS4 Investigation has found some drunk drivers in Colorado have seen their cases dismissed after police refused to provide suspects with breath tests, saying the potential spread of COVID has made the tests too risky.
IRS Threatens Coloradans Who Already Paid Taxes: 'They're Frightened And They Don't Understand'Accountants along the Front Range are telling CBS4 that dozens of clients who paid their 2019 taxes are nonetheless getting menacing letters from the IRS.
Sources: Teen Arson Suspect Confessed, Hit Wrong House That Left 5 DeadMultiple sources connected to the investigation into a deadly arson fire have told CBS4 at least one of the teenage suspects has confessed to police.
Documents Reveal Origins Of Denver's Controversial Group Living ProposalThe 200-page proposal would allow five unrelated adults to live together, and would allow homeless shelters and community correctional facilities - or halfway houses - to be in some residential neighborhoods.
Following Major Tech Upgrade, Colorado Department Of Labor Plans To Disburse Pandemic Unemployment PaymentsBecause of the tech update, only regular unemployment claimants are currently able to access their online accounts.
Women Living In Sanctuary Hope President Biden Is Their Key To FreedomMaking immigration a priority on day one of his administration, the inauguration of President Joseph Biden has given a morale boost to some women who have taken sanctuary in Colorado.
Robert Gieswein From Woodland Park Surrenders After Facing Federal Charges For U.S. Capitol RiotA 24-year-old Coloradan turned himself in on Monday for multiple charges, including assaulting a federal officer and destruction of government property.
Police Arrest Wrong Woman At Denver Health, Now Face LawsuitDenver police arrested the wrong woman out of her hospital bed and took her to jail for a crime she didn't commit -- all because police went to the wrong hospital.
Denver Resident Wins Open Records Lawsuit For Internal Documents On Group Living ProposalA judge has ruled the city of Denver must turn over public records regarding its controversial proposal to amend the city's group living rules.
Ethics Complaint Filed Against Mayor Hancock Over His Thanksgiving TravelA Denver woman has lodged an official complaint with Denver's Ethics Board against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock over his out-of-state travel during the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday.
CBS4 Investigates: Denver Councilmembers Fulfill Pledge On Furlough DaysTwelve of Denver's 13 City Councilmembers have reimbursed the city a total of $22,284.15 for furlough days in 2020.
Executive Bonuses Suspended At Denver HealthThe board overseeing Denver Health has suspended a controversial executive bonus program that sparked widespread criticism when it was revealed in a CBS4 Investigation last April.
Noose Found Hanging At DIA Worksite; Police Investigating, Concourse Expansion Work Temporarily StoppedA hangman's noose was found at a work site at Denver International Airport in late 2020, bringing a $700 million airport gate construction project to a halt.
Family Threatens $20 Million Lawsuit In Glendale Police Fatal ShootingThe mother of John Pacheaco Jr., 36, who was  shot and killed by Glendale police last year has sent a legal notice that she may sue the department.