Company Says GPS Showed Where Stolen Truck Was Yet Victims Say Aurora Police Showed Little InterestWhen thieves stole an F-250 pickup truck belonging to ICI Interior Contractors this month in Aurora, company administrators believed they had an ace up their sleeve: a sophisticated, real-time GPS system that showed exactly where the vehicle was.
Boulder, Cherry Creek Schools See Record Summer School Turnout Following Pandemic Learning LossSummer school has notoriously been the last thing students want to do during the summer months, but this year Boulder school officials saw record participation in the program, which came to a close this week.
Animal Rights Lawyer Jennifer Emmi Accepts Plea Bargain In Murder-For-Hire CaseA well-known Colorado animal rights attorney and media personality has agreed to a plea bargain after being charged with attempting to hire a hit man to murder her husband's girlfriend.
Colorado Unclaimed Property Website Blocked John Elway, Governors And Politicians From Searching Their NamesColorado's state-managed unclaimed property website, also known as The Great Colorado Payback, blocked nearly 100 Coloradans' names from being searched for an undetermined amount of time.
Obscure 'Birthday Rule' Costs Colorado Couple $5,000 More For Normal Hospital BirthJessica Rapp and Jake Irwin say they are having to pay $5,000 more for the birth of their son, Jack, simply because of when their birthdays fall in the calendar year.
Colorado DEA Agent Brian Neil Charged In Road Rage IncidentA Colorado-based agent for the federal DEA has been charged with multiple felonies after he stopped a Douglas County teen following a road rage altercation.
Suspect in Denver Hotel Case Calls It 'Giant Misunderstanding'; Ricardo Rodriguez Says 'There Was Guns And Lots Of Them' But No Plot To Harm AnyoneOne of four suspects arrested at a hotel near Coors Field says there was no plot to shoot MLB All-Star Game fans, even though one of his friends harbored a large cache of weapons in his room.
Aurora Police Sergeant John Moreland Arrested For DUI, Obstructing Police; Allegedly Ran From DUI StopCBS4 has learned that Aurora Police Sgt. John James Moreland, 41, was arrested Monday for suspected DUI by Denver police and has also been charged with obstructing a peace officer. He was off-duty at the time.
'Get Out, Get Out!': Car Theft Caught On Camera While Owner Watched, Tried To Stop The ThiefVideo from a doorbell camera shows a man jogging down an Arvada street right before he stole a car while the owner watched.
Amid Staff Shortage In Colorado Hospitality And Leisure Industry, Local Economists Weigh In On Reasons Why, And How Long It Will LastA nationwide labor shortage - mainly concentrated in the hospitality and leisure industry - continues to hurt local Colorado businesses.
'We Are At A Boiling Point': Homeless Encampments Proliferate, Property Owners Express FrustrationExhausted from dealing with a homeless encampment adjacent to his Capitol Hill home last summer, Brendan McCormick says he and his wife put their townhome on the market to sell.
Residents Fed Up Over Inaction Of Toxic Chemicals Cleanup Around Thornton Shopping Center: 'Call It Incompetence'Residents in the city just a short ride north up the interstate from Denver are fed up, saying for 15 years, the owner of the Thornton Shopping Center has failed to clean up toxic dry cleaning chemicals that are seeping into nearby neighborhoods.
Aurora Apartment Ceiling Caves In After 8-Month Unfixed Leak, Resident SaysA woman says she and her neighbors have been living in hazardous conditions for months at the Raft Club apartment complex in Aurora.
Following Florida Building Collapse, Cities Of Aurora, Denver Explain High-Rise Inspection ProcessFollowing a tragic building collapse in Florida, CBS4 is taking a closer look at building inspections here in Colorado.
Water Quality Control Commission Votes Down Proposal To Allow More Pollution In Colorado WaterwaysWhile conservationists and some municipal leaders praise the vote, they also tell CBS4 they're disappointed the commissioners didn't go as far as they could have to protect urban waterways.