Civilian 'Ped Patrol' Confronts Online Predators; Police Warn 'It's A Bad Idea'A Westminster man poses as a teenager online -- then livestreams his confrontations with the men who show up. Police are not happy -- but admit it has led to arrests.
Learning Loss: Students In 3 Denver Metro School Districts Had More Failing Grades During PandemicStudents in Adams 14, Aurora and Cherry Creek schools got notably worse grades during the pandemic – but 40,000 Denver kids who also did poorly had a different option.
Investigators: Denver Firefighter Eric Trujillo Was 'Visibly Shaking' During ArrestInvestigators say a Denver firefighter "appeared nervous and was visibly shaking ... sweating profusely" when police confronted him about his alleged sharing of child pornography.
Denver Firefighter Says After Hidden Camera Incident She Was Told To Have 'Thicker Skin'The victim says another department chief tried to start a GoFundMe page to pay Flesner's legal costs.
Despite Successful Identity Verification, Many Coloradans Still Not Getting Unemployment Money For Weeks, MonthsAs Colorado begins its comeback, there's still many people who are struggling to survive.
Judge Natalie Chase Now Says Her Resignation Over N-Word Was Forced, UnfairArapahoe County District Court Judge Natalie Chase says in a new court filing she was forced to resign and accept a public censure in what she describes as "judicial wilding": an inherently unfair proceeding that lacked due process and that she was treated far more harshly than male judges are treated.
National Rise In Ransomware Attacks Becoming 'National Security Threat,' Compromising Coloradans' Personal DataNationwide, cyberattacks against major corporation are on the rise. Specifically, ransomware attacks are becoming the new type of breach, in which hackers take company computer systems hostage in exchange for big payouts.
'I Couldn't Carry It Any Further': Tipster Who Cracked Arapahoe County Cold Case Reveals Himself After 2 DecadesThe anonymous tipster credited with cracking an Arapahoe County cold case that languished for nearly two decades is explaining why he remained in the shadows for so long.
Following CBS4 Investigations, State Senator Proposes Changes To Colorado Assisted Living Regulations"I think a lot of deaths could have been prevented, and I think a lot of residents could have been more cared for and had a prolonged life," a former assisted living caregiver says about a facility in Arvada.
Boulder Study Shows MDMA-Assisted Therapy Successful For Treating PTSD"That MDMA treatment was the agent for my change," one study participant said. "It was the catalyst for me to actually start living again and not be in some sort of stranglehold... I was afraid, I was really angry, and I'm not that person anymore."
Aurora Police Officer: 'I Am Leaving Colorado For ... Less Communism'An Aurora police officer sent a department-wide email as he announced his retirement, offering some barbs and harsh assessments of the current climate for law enforcement.