High Percentage of Photo Radar/Red Light Tickets Being DismissedAs battles against photo red light cameras and photo radar continue on both the local and state level, CBS4 found that a large percentage -- as high as one in every three such tickets -- are being dismissed in Denver.
Family Of Slain Deputy: 'It Was Unnecessary'The family of slain Park County Deputy Nathan Carrigan lashed out at the Park County sheriff in an exclusive interview with CBS4 questioning the February eviction operation near Bailey.
Whistleblower Claim Should Go Forward: Hearing OfficerA City of Denver hearing officer has ruled a whistleblower claim by a Senior Assistant City Attorney should go forward.
Rail Service To DIA Considered Expensive Compared To OthersRail service begins Friday from Union Station to Denver International Airport. In most cases, it will be cheaper the taking a taxi or car service like Uber or Lyft, but CBS4 found the cost will be higher than most other cities with rail links to the airport.
CBI Lab Mistakes Impact Drunk Driving CasesPoorly written instructions are being blamed for botched blood alcohol tests conducted by a scientist at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
CSU-Pueblo Student Sues After Suspension Over ‘Consensual Sex’Grant Neal, a student-athlete at Colorado State University-Pueblo, filed a federal lawsuit against the college and the federal government after he was indefinitely suspended for what he describes as a consensual sexual act with his girlfriend.
Denver Firefighter Death Prompts Nationwide AlertThe National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has issued a nationwide alert to fire departments across the country following last July’s death of Denver firefighter John Whelan.
Illegal Marijuana Grow Operations Busted In Colorado, More 40 ArrestedMore than 40 people have been arrested and approximately 30 homes and warehouses suspected of having illegal marijuana grows have been raided as part of an extensive law enforcement action Thursday morning.
Slain Park County Deputy Had Vest, Shot Through ArmpitA Park County sheriff’s deputy shot and killed in February during a high-risk eviction was wearing a Kevlar vest, but was hit by a bullet that went through his left arm pit according to officials familiar with what occurred February 24.
Animal Refuge That Shares Property With Swingers Club Shut Down By StateThe owner of an animal refuge claims he is being shut down because he also owns an adult swingers club that shares the property.
FCC Proposes $51 Million Fine For Company Ensnared In CBS4 InvestigationThe Federal Communications Commission plans to fine Total Call Mobile more than $51 million for systematically abusing and defrauding the government’s Lifeline program which was designed to provide cellphones and monthly wireless service to the needy and poor.
Park County Pays Departing Undersheriff $131,000The Park County Board of County Commissioners on Thursday agreed to pay Undersheriff Monte Gore $131,128 in severance following Gore's April 1 resignation.

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