Homeless Coalition Pushing New Taxes To Alleviate ‘Crisis’Some Denver voters will soon be asked how they would feel about paying increased sales taxes, property taxes and other taxes to raise $50 million to $55 million a year to support Denver’s homeless population.
Victory Prep Charter School Acknowledges $425,000 Settlement In First Amendment CaseTwo days after CBS4 reported a Commerce City charter school was refusing to discuss how much it paid to settle a First Amendment lawsuit, Victory Preparatory Academy revealed on Friday that it paid plaintiffs in the 2018 case $425,000.
Dr. Geoffrey Kim's License Suspended In 'Emergency Action'The Colorado Medical Board has issued a summary suspension of the medical license of Dr. Geoffrey Kim.
Transient Jose Armenta-Vazquez Arrested In Stabbing Of Judge David BlackettA CBS4 Investigation has learned that an arrest has been made in the brutal stabbing last summer of David Blackett, 45, a former prosecutor and current judge in Adams County.
Aurora Cop Annette Brook Pleads Guilty To DUI, Gun ChargeAn Aurora police officer has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and prohibited use of a weapon following her arrest last June by the Colorado State Patrol.
Colorado Lawmakers Consider Puppy Mill Ban, Retail Sale Of Puppies, Kittens BanAnimal rights advocates say pet stores selling puppies encourages the inhumane puppy mill trade, but some say a bill banning sales isn't the answer.
Richard Porter, Man Who Threatened Denver Frontier Flight, Released From JailRichard Porter, 48, was released from jail Friday after being arrested Thursday on the charge of endangering public transportation.
Eric Brandt, Who Advocated For Shooting Of Judges, Arrested For Alleged Retaliation Against JudgeThe Denver District Attorney's Office has charged Eric Brandt with a felony of retaliation against a judge after he allegedly made several videos threatening a specific Denver County Court judge, and called the judge's office saying he thought the judge should be murdered in front of his children.
Aurora Police Deputy Chief Paul O'Keefe Withdraws As Interim Chief, Cites Nate Meier CaseO'Keefe, who was slated to become interim chief in a week, withdrew his name from consideration Tuesday afternoon and announced his retirement.
Cosmetic Surgery Leaves Thornton Teen Brain Damaged, Mother 'Just Wants Daughter Back'A family has filed a lawsuit saying after their daughter suffered cardiac arrests and brain damage during cosmetic surgery, the medical professionals overseeing her care did not call 911 for more than five hours.
Aurora Police Chief Metz Overruled Commanders Who Recommended Firing Nate MeierThe Aurora Police Department's Chief’s Review Board (CRB) voted to fire Agent Nathan Meier after he was found drunk on duty, passed out, in uniform and at the wheel of an Aurora Police Department vehicle.
'He’s A Little Intoxicated': Aurora Police Releases Videos In Nate Meier CaseThe Aurora Police Department on Monday released officers body cam videos from March 29 when officer Nathan Meier was found drunk on duty.
John Walsh, Former U.S. Attorney, To Review Aurora Police Case On Nate MeierAurora City Manager Jim Twombly announced former U.S. Attorney John Walsh will review the case of an Aurora police officer, Nate Meier.
Aurora Chief Metz 'Unequivocally' Stands By Decisions On Nate MeierAurora Police Chief Nick Metz told his department he "unequivocally" stands by his decisions made surrounding Officer Nate Meier.
'I Worked There For 22 Years': Former Rocky Flats Employees Miss Out On Medical CoverageU.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and Congressman Ed Perlmutter are supporting former workers at the Rocky Flats Plant, a nuclear weapons facility. They are being denied financial help after developing cancer.