Littleton Family Unknowingly Buys House Contaminated With Meth, Home Is Condemned 3 Weeks After ClosingThe Herrera family never thought their dream home would have to be condemned due to meth toxins. Now, they're sharing their story with CBS4, hoping it will warn other home buyers.
Douglas County Republicans Apologize For Comic Of 'Polis' Using Face Mask To Restrain 'Colorado'Two prominent Douglas County Republicans are speaking out after the county's Republican party posted a comic strip showing a character labeled "Polis" using a face mask and a billy club to to restrict a character labeled "Colorado."
'Like Our Safety Doesn't Matter': VA High-Risk Employees Say They Aren't Safe Amid PandemicAs thousands of federal employees across the nation have been asked to come back to work this week, employees at the Veteran's Affairs Eastern Colorado Health System in Aurora are speaking out to CBS4 Investigates, saying it's not safe.
Aurora Police Confirm 3 Officers In Elijah McClain Photo Scandal Are Appealing TerminationTwo of the Aurora police officers seen in the now-infamous photos taken near a memorial for Elijah McClain will appeal their terminations, the police department confirms.
Ketamine Dose For Elijah McClain 'Too Much,' Says AnesthesiologistMultiple anesthesiologists are questioning the amount of Ketamine, a widely employed sedative, used on Elijah McClain just before he stopped breathing last August, with one doctor saying it was, "Too much, twice too much."
SBA: Just Because A Business Was Approved For Up To $10 Million PPP Loan Doesn't Mean It Complied With The RulesThe SBA says businesses can be approved for PPP loans on an honor system by self-certifying they qualify, and all loans of more than $2 million will be reviewed by the SBA to ensure companies played by the rules.
Elijah McClain Photo Scandal: 2 Former Aurora Officers Will Appeal TerminationTwo of the Aurora police officers seen in the now-infamous photos taken near a memorial for Elijah McClain will appeal their terminations, their lawyer tells CBS4.
Photos Taken By Aurora Police At Elijah McClain Memorial Under InvestigationThree Aurora police officers are under investigation for taking inappropriate photos at a memorial for Elijah McClain, sources tell CBS4 Investigator Brian Maass.
'They Know We're At A Safety Risk': Mixed Feelings About Return Of RTD Fares"My major concern is if they don’t have a mask on, I have no safety at all, with them standing that close to me," said one bus operator. "I have people on my bus that yell at me for wearing a mask, people who don’t think that there’s even a virus out there."
Another Suspect Pleads Guilty In 2009 Andrew Graham MurderAnother suspect in the 2009 murder of Andrew Graham accepted a plea bargain Friday afternoon and agreed to testify against the suspected shooter in the case. Clarissa Lockhart pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering and accepted a 10-year prison sentence.
‘They Did Not Give Him A Chance’: Widow Challenges 2019 Lakewood Police Shooting Of Dentist Scott Johnsonhe widow of a Littleton dentist, who was shot and killed by Lakewood Police last September, is lashing out at police actions and the subsequent investigation clearing officers of wrongdoing, saying, “They need to have accountability for the people they are shooting at.”
Mark Ryan, Ex-Doctor Who Choked Nurse, Gets 30 Days In Jail; Says He Blacked OutA Douglas County Judge has sentenced a former anesthesiologist to 30 days in jail for choking a nurse, with the judge saying the doctor's apology doesn't seem very sincere.
'Definitely A Crime Committed': Aurora Detective Accused of Lying, Cheating, But No Criminal ChargesAn internal affairs investigation indicated he was being paid for hours he wasn't working and collected overtime payments from a state grant that investigators say he did not earn.
Aurora Police Chief Search Narrowed To 4The search for Aurora's next police chief has been narrowed to four candidates, including two internal candidates and two out of state candidates, according to sources familiar with the search process.
'It Felt Like Forever': Denver Family Questions 17 Minute Ambulance Response TimeA Denver family is questioning why it took 17 minutes for a Denver Health ambulance to arrive at their southwest Denver home after they called 911.