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.
'Significant' COVID Outbreak Reported At Jefferson County JailDozens of inmates and deputies at the Jefferson County jail have tested positive for COVID-19, and one inmate is hospitalized in what a department spokesperson terms a "significant" outbreak.
Hospital Patient In Denver Shares Story Of 20-Hour-Long Wait For RoomAs the pandemic wears on, hospitals are filling up fast. A normal visit to an emergency room can mean hours of waiting before being admitted to a hospital room.
Naked Female At Denver International Airport Walked Around Concourse A Asking Passengers 'Where Are You From?'A female passenger parading through a Denver International Airport concourse last month without any clothing drew attention from fellow passengers and airport police.
'We Are Hopeful': Adams County School District 14 Regains State AccreditationThe Adams 14 School District has regained its accreditation with the state. This, after accreditation was removed for failing to comply with the state's orders to come to an agreement with the district's private management company.
Colorado Moves To Cut Red Tape From Unclaimed Money ProcessThe treasurer's office has sent out 128 checks to citizens who have unclaimed money with the state, but unlike the previous process the 128 people did not have to fill out any claim forms or provide any notarized documents.
More Than 3,000 Phone Companies Have Not Fully Implemented Spam Call Prevention Tech By DeadlineTuesday, Sept. 28 is the deadline for phone companies to take action against spam robocalls, but according to Federal Communications Commission data, more than 3,000 U.S. phone companies aren't up to par with the FCC's requirements.
Aurora Police Association Launches 'No Confidence Vote' On Chief, Cites 'Hysterical Overreaction'The Aurora Police Association, which represents about 250 of the Aurora Police Department's 690 uniformed officers, has launched a no confidence vote on Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson.
'She Did Not Have To Die That Day': Children Of Assisted Living Resident Left In Heat For 6 Hours Want JusticeAuthorities say they left Hazel Place out in the summer heat, unattended for six hours. Her family says she was taken too soon.
Denver Cops File For Injunction To Stop Mandatory VaccinesSeven Denver police officers are asking a judge to issue a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order preventing the City of Denver from forcing them to either receive a vaccine against COVID-19 or face termination.
New Video Emerges Of Aurora Police Stop, Triggering Internal Investigation: 'I Was Petrified Of That Gun'More than four months after Aurora officers used force on a suspect in a traffic stop, Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson said she viewed the officer's body camera video this week and ordered an internal affairs investigation.
Hispanic Neighborhoods In Denver Metro Area With High COVID Hospitalizations Consistently Have Poorer Air QualityWhere you live could determine how sick you get from COVID-19, a CBS4 analysis of government data has found.
Denver Deputy Quits Over Vaccine Mandate, Says It 'Was The Last Straw'A deputy for the Denver Sheriff Department has left the job he held for 9 years, saying the City of Denver's mandatory COVID-19 vaccination order "put him over the edge."
86-Year-Old Mesa County Woman Dies After Allegedly Being Left Outside In Heat For 6 Hours, Assisted Living Caregivers ChargedColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has charged three assisted living caregivers in the death of a resident at the Cappella Assisted Living and Memory Care facility in Grand Junction, the attorney general's office said Tuesday.