Colorado Unemployment Claimants Struggling With ID.me Verification Stuck With No Income, No AnswersThe ID.me system put in place in Colorado to try to combat fraudulent unemployment claims is putting some people who are out of work in a desperate situation.
Parker Family 'Shellshocked' After Being Booted From Flight Over Mask IssueA family from Parker must deboard a Southwest Airlines flight after their toddler couldn't keep wearing his mask but keep their travel plans after a pilot helps get them to their destination.
Denver's Group Living Amendment Now Applies To All Areas Of The CityA controversial amendment to the city's group living rules will now apply to the entire city of Denver, not just the areas of the city under new zoning codes.
Denver Housing Authority To Begin Testing All Of Its Public Housing Complexes For RadonMore than a year after CBS4 Investigates found dangerous radon levels in some public housing units, DHA says it will begin a year-long effort to test all of its complexes for the toxic gas.
Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson Rips Judge's Ruling: 'This Ruling May Embolden Those Who Want To Harm Us'Aurora's police chief has responded to an Adams County judge who dismissed kidnapping charges against protestors who surrounded a police precinct.
What To Expect From The Colorado Department Of Labor If You're A Victim Of Unemployment FraudCBS4 found victims of unemployment fraud who report their name was fraudulently used will likely not receive any reply from the labor department.
Boulder King Soopers Could Re-Open As Early As April 24 Following Mass Shooting, Employee SaysA King Soopers Employee, who witnessed the March 22 attack on her place of work, tells CBS4 the company is planning to remodel the store and could reopen as early as April 24.
Exclusive: Commerce City Plans To Sue Suncor For Allegedly Contaminating Drinking Water SupplyThe attorney for Commerce City has sent a letter to Suncor notifying the oil refinery the city intends to file suit, alleging the facility may have polluted the city's water supply with toxic "forever chemicals."
Survival Of Nearly 1,000 Women-Owned Businesses In Colorado Threatened By PandemicA recent survey of nearly 1,000 women business owners in Colorado found the Centennial State is not immune to the national "she-cession" created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Security Consultant Says Westminster Westin Hotel Created 'Toxic Risk,' Leading To Car TheftsA veteran hotel security consultant concluded a Westminster hotel created a "toxic environment of unreasonable risk," leading to the theft of 10 cars belonging to guests in 2019.
Colorado State Audit Finds 'Significant Deficiencies' In Unemployment Insurance ClaimsThe Office of the State Auditor says it found a significant backlog of unprocessed, un-adjudicated unemployment insurance claims "which may represent overpayments due to errors and/or fraud."
DA: Denver Broncos Melvin Gordon's DUI Blood Test Obtained On 'False Premise'The Denver DA's Office said it had no choice but to drop a DUI case this week against Bronco running back Melvin Gordon because Denver police obtained a blood test on a "false premise."
COVID In Colorado: Nearly A Year After Cody Lyster's Death, 'The Tears Still Come' For Aurora FamilyKevin Lyster talks to his only son every day, even though Cody Lyster died of COVID-19 complications nearly a year ago.
Arvada Assisted Living Center Cited In Neglect Case, Family Calling On State To Shut It DownA family is calling for the Almost Like Home assisted living center to be shut down, after a state health department investigation revealed their loved one was neglected there.
Former Aurora Cop, Curtiss Christensen, Linked To Pipe Bomb Case & Arrested For Multiple FeloniesCurtiss Christensen, a former Aurora Police Department sergeant, was arrested last week and charged with being an accessory to a crime and tampering with physical evidence in connection with a pipe bomb case in Aurora.