Police Arrest Wrong Woman At Denver Health, Now Face LawsuitDenver police arrested the wrong woman out of her hospital bed and took her to jail for a crime she didn't commit -- all because police went to the wrong hospital.
Denver Resident Wins Open Records Lawsuit For Internal Documents On Group Living ProposalA judge has ruled the city of Denver must turn over public records regarding its controversial proposal to amend the city's group living rules.
Ethics Complaint Filed Against Mayor Hancock Over His Thanksgiving TravelA Denver woman has lodged an official complaint with Denver's Ethics Board against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock over his out-of-state travel during the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday.
CBS4 Investigates: Denver Councilmembers Fulfill Pledge On Furlough DaysTwelve of Denver's 13 City Councilmembers have reimbursed the city a total of $22,284.15 for furlough days in 2020.
Executive Bonuses Suspended At Denver HealthThe board overseeing Denver Health has suspended a controversial executive bonus program that sparked widespread criticism when it was revealed in a CBS4 Investigation last April.
Noose Found Hanging At DIA Worksite; Police Investigating, Concourse Expansion Work Temporarily StoppedA hangman's noose was found at a work site at Denver International Airport in late 2020, bringing a $700 million airport gate construction project to a halt.
Family Threatens $20 Million Lawsuit In Glendale Police Fatal ShootingThe mother of John Pacheaco Jr., 36, who was shot and killed by Glendale police last year has sent a legal notice that she may sue the department.
Colorado Unemployment Claimants Struggle To Get Answers About Missing Benefits During Holiday SeasonIn Colorado, many people are still having trouble getting through to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment to obtain their previously approved benefits.
State Health Department Investigating Second Alleged Neglect Case In Two Months At Arvada Assisted Living CenterThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment confirms it is investigating yet another case involving a different resident.
VIDEO: Denver Releases Police Video Showing First Of Multiple Clashes With The PublicUnder an open records and criminal justice records request the Denver Department of Safety released video to CBS4 of police body camera video from the initial violent protest this past spring.
Dark Web In Colorado? Federal Agents Raid Home Seeking Child Porn, 'Wreck Lives' Of Arvada FamilyJeff Koskimaki says his family was living the American dream until Aug. 26 when he heard an early morning knock on the door at his family’s home.
Cash-Strapped Aurora Paid Thousands To Send Firefighters To Fitness Competition During COVID PandemicThe City of Aurora, which is facing a COVID-induced $33 million budget shortfall for 2021, managed to pay the salaries for four Aurora Fire Rescue firefighters to travel to Texas in late October to compete in the “Firefighter Combat Challenge World Championship.”
Weld County Judge Calls Ft. Lupton Officer Zach Helbig 'Damaged Goods Police Officer'A Weld County judge said Fort Lupton Police Officer Zachary Helbig "is too dangerous to other people in this community."
‘Oh No, This Can't Happen Again’: Man Has 2 Kias Stolen In 1 MonthThrough October, stolen car rates have risen 50.5% compared to the same time period in 2019. According to the City of Denver, crime statistics, stolen cars went from 4,248 in 2019 to 6,394 this year.
Denver Police Department Accepts Nearly All Recommendations In Independent Monitor Report About ProtestsDenver Police Chief Paul Pazen told reporters, "This was unprecedented, we needed every officer to prevent and reduce the level of violence we were seeing."