Denver Native Talks About Getting Tangled In The War On TerrorA Denver native once convicted of aiding terrorists, has served his sentence and now talks to CBS4's Rick Sallinger.
CDOT Supervisor, Mechanic Fired For MisappropriationA CBS4 investigation has learned that a Colorado Department of Transportation administrator who oversaw fleet maintenance and one of his subordinates have been fired for using a state credit card to buy materials to fix up and sell personal vehicles.
'Trooper' Recovers, Finds New Home After Dog AttackA 10-day old kitten survived severe injuries after he was attacked by a dog. Now that kitten, named "Trooper" has recovered and found a family.
Assistant Fire Chief Fined Over 'Close Call' IncidentA Denver Assistant Fire Chief has been fined 24 hours of pay in connection with a 2012 "close call" incident that nearly cost a Denver firefighter his life.
Mandatory Rental Inspections Under Fire, Renters & Landlords Push BackGovernment-ordered mandatory inspections of rental homes and apartments in Federal Heights are coming under increasing fire with some renters, property managers and property owners fighting back.
Open Carry Law At Center Of Lawsuit Against EnglewoodA federal lawsuit has been filed by a man who claims Englewood police violated Colorado's open carry law. Officers arrested him and took his firearms.
Turf Battle: The Controversy Over Crumb Rubber Playing FieldsA new government study to determine if athletic fields made from recycled tires are safe is creating complex issues for school districts that have already installed them.
Colorado Department Of Health Helped Fund Crumb Rubber FieldsFrom 2011 to 2014, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment handed out more than $2 million in grants to help school districts and municipalities install athletic fields and playgrounds made from recycled tires, commonly referred to as "crumb rubber."
Group Uses Unorthodox Methods To Fight ForeclosureSome people facing foreclosure are being aided by a group that uses unorthodox techniques to help them hang onto their homes. It's called the Colorado Foreclosure Resistance Coalition.
New Video Shows Motorcycle Club Member Telling Police About Deadly ShootingNew video released to CBS4 shows the police interview with a motorcycle club member who shot and killed a member of another motorcycle club.
Jeffco Jail Mistreatment: 4 Deputies Resign, 7 Reprimanded, 3 Given MemosA CBS4 Investigation has learned 14 Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies have been given various levels of discipline tied to the systematic mistreatment of a jail inmate. Jefferson County authorities call it the broadest disciplinary event at the jail that they can recall.
Schools, Cities Claim Cash After CBS4 InvestigationSchool districts and local governments are in the process of claiming thousands of dollars in cash that they are owed, but apparently didn’t know they were entitled to until informed by a CBS4 Investigation. In some cases the unclaimed cash has been sitting around for decades.

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