Jail Releases Wrong Ron Chavez, Inmate Dines At Favorite RestaurantA CBS4 investigation has found the Jefferson County Detention Facility mistakenly released the wrong inmate in January after jail personnel failed to check basic facts about the inmate who they allowed to walk out of the lockup.
Denver Assistant City Attorney Paid $213,000 While On LeaveA CBS4 investigation has found that a senior assistant city attorney with the City of Denver has been paid more than $213,000 during 19 months of paid leave.
Former Broncos Seek Concussion Relief Through NeurofeedbackAbout a dozen former Denver Broncos, some from the Orange Crush era, are taking part in a research study they say is helping them recover from post-concussion symptoms and traumatic brain injuries. They believe those injuries were suffered during their playing days.
Controversy Surrounds Deadly Shooting At Motorcycle Expo, 'Why No Arrests?'The man at the center of the controversy surrounding the deadly shooting at the National Western Complex on Saturday is Colorado Department of Corrections employee Derrick Duran.
No Criminal Charges, But Lawsuit Still On The Table In Inmate's DeathThe Denver District Attorney has cleared Denver sheriff's deputies of possible criminal charges in connection with the death of an inmate last year, but a civil lawsuit in federal court may still come.
Child Sex Trafficking Convict Claims He's The Victim, Not 13-Year-OldFederal authorities estimate there could be up to 2,000 child sex trafficking victims in Colorado and Wyoming, each of whom can make as much as $100,000 for a pimp.
Sources: Home Destroyed By Fire Was Marijuana Grow HouseNumerous sources have confirmed that the home on Winged Foot Court in Larkspur, destroyed in a spectacular fire Wednesday, was being used as a marijuana grow house. Investigators are checking out similarities with some major busts that occurred last year in this state.
No Charges In Marshall Jail DeathDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey ruled Thursday there would be no criminal charges against six Denver Sheriff’s deputies in relation to the death of inmate Michael Marshall last November.
Police Don't Believe Vandalism Incidents Preceding Stabbing Of Fire Chief Are RelatedTuesday's stabbing of Denver Fire Chief Eric Tade was preceded by two unexplained incidents of vandalism at Denver Fire Department headquarters a week earlier, but police said they don't believe the vandalism is connected to the assault.
Gun Sights Recalled For US Military, DPD Follows Suit Amid Serious FaultsThe Denver Police Department has ordered its officers to immediately remove defective gun sights that were used on department rifles and on non- lethal weapons as well.
Planned Parenthood Suspected Gunman: 'They Wanted To Start A War'The suspected gunman in the Planned Parenthood attack in Colorado Springs believes the FBI was following him the day he allegedly opened fire at the clinic.
Colorado Bureau Of Investigation Admits Dozens Of Faulty DUI Blood TestsResponding to a CBS4 investigation, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation has acknowledged at least 56 of the DUI blood tests it conducted in the last six months were incorrect.