Colorado Researchers Working Toward A Cure For Type 1 DiabetesWorking on a cellular level, scientists are figuring out what causes Type 1 diabetes and then how to stop it.
'Complete Scam On The U.S. Taxpayer': Feds Criticized Over Wild Horse Removals In Favor Of LivestockWild horse roundups and removals continue to face controversy following a weeks-long equine flu outbreak at a holding facility in Colorado killing more than 140 horses.
Denver Public Schools Says It Has 'Drastically Increased' Mental Health Resources, Here's What's NextThis year, the district added a pilot program increasing staff by 15 more psychologists and social workers to specifically provide more support for students not in special education programs.
Elijah McClain's Mother Suing Former Lawyers, Claims Lawyers 'Sought Media Attention For... Self-Aggrandizement Campaign'Sheneen McClain, the mother of Elijah McClain, has filed a civil lawsuit against her original lawyers, claiming they demanded nearly $4 million in attorneys fees, "engaged in wrongful conduct."
'These Thieves Are Operating Completely Out In The Open': CBS4 Looks Into Where Denver's Stolen Bikes Are GoingA CBS4 investigation looks at where Denver's stolen bikes are going, what you can do to protect yourself and what to do if your bike is stolen.
Former Green Valley Ranch HOA Manager 'Shocked' At HOA's Cash StashA former Green Valley Ranch HOA manager says he was "shocked" to learn the current HOA board has amassed more than $1 million in cash, savings accounts, checking accounts and CDs while simultaneously initiating foreclosure proceedings against homeowners who haven't paid their HOA penalties.
'It's Not Worth It': HVAC Company Says It Will No Longer Service Customers in Downtown DenverA Wheat Ridge-based heating and air conditioning company says it will no longer service businesses in or around downtown Denver due to crime, drug use and danger to its field crews.
'Foreclosures Are Profitable': Controversial Colorado HOA Has More Than $1 Million In The BankA Denver HOA which initiated more HOA foreclosures in 2021 than any other has taken in more than $600,000 in one year from fines levied against homeowners and has more than $1 million on hand in checking accounts, CDs, saving accounts and cash.
$78M In Tax Dollars Spent Caring For Wild Horses In Captivity; Off-Range Pasture Owner Says His Ranch Is ‘All-Inclusive Resort’ For HorsesIn 2021, it cost $78 million in federal taxpayer money to care for nearly 60,000 wild horses and burros that were rounded up out of the wild and moved into holding facilities run by the Bureau of Land Management.
'I Was Dead': Denver Judge David Blackett Recounts The Night He Was Stabbed In Heart- But SurvivedAlthough David Blackett arrived at Denver Health Medical Center with no heartbeat, no pulse and he wasn't breathing, he defied the odds and survived the terrifying and nearly-deadly attack.
'They Brought Them To Use Them': Auto Body Shop Owner Says Gun-Wielding Burglars Hit His BusinessAurora auto body shop owner says he caught gun-wielding thieves on his surveillance cameras loading up cars that were in the shop and driving off.
Company At Center Of Adams 14 School District Controversy Also Had Failed Contract With School Of MinesThe State Board of Education will decide this Thursday whether or not to dissolve the Adams County 14 School District, after the district’s relationship with its state-mandated private management company to fix student performance deteriorated earlier this year.
Former Adams County Deputy Sentenced To Jail In 'Outrageous And Reprehensible' Sex Assault CaseAn Adams County Judge sentenced former sheriff's sergeant Michael Benson to 75 days in jail and 3 years of probation for sex assault and unlawful sexual contact with a female coworker.
'Going Out Of Fashion' Study Conducted By Colorado Group Finds Some Major Clothing Companies Have No Plans To Phase Out Toxic Forever ChemicalsA study examined 30 major clothing brands and developed a scorecard based on the brand's policies on having chemicals known as PFAS -- or perfluoroalkyl substances -- in their products.
'Astounding': Consultant Finds Thousands of Aurora Police Reports Backlogged, Not Entered Into SystemA public safety records consultant has discovered thousands of Aurora police reports not entered into the department's records system, allowing suspects to go free.