Denver Fire Chief, Eric Tade, Expected To Resign After Bawdy Firefighters BallEric Tade, Denver’s Fire Chief since 2010, confirms to CBS4 a major announcement about his future with the Denver Fire Department is imminent.
Denver International Airport CEO Kim Day Changes Course, Takes Blame For Great Hall FiascoAfter initially blaming most of the problems with the Great Hall Project on the developer, Denver International Airport's CEO now admits airport administrators and the city botched the project before it even started.
Brain Injury Survivor's Food Stamps Revoked While Fundraising To Help Others With Brain InjuriesDylan Flynn, a survivor of a traumatic brain injury, lost the public benefits he needs, just because he was raising money for charity.
Parents File Suit Against Saint Vincent de Paul School, ChurchTwo parents of students at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic school have filed a lawsuit against the former pastor.
Apartment Complex, Tow Company Accused of ‘Legal Theft’A Vietnam veteran living in a Denver apartment complex says his car was legally stolen by a towing company, then sold out from under him without him having any idea of what had happened until months later.
Widow Of Scott Johnson, Dentist Shot And Killed By Lakewood Police, Files Notice Of $6M Lawsuit Against DepartmentWhen Lakewood police shot and killed Littleton dentist Scott Johnson outside their police headquarters, they said Johnson had a pistol, was in a physical altercation with his wife, and they believed he might shoot his wife or them.
Controversial Breast Implant Surgery Prompts Calls For State Regulation Of Office-Based SurgeriesA 2019 breast augmentation surgery, that left 18-year-old high school graduate Emmalyn Nguyen with permanent brain damage, has prompted some lawmakers, families, and medical malpractice attorneys to call for state licensing and oversight of doctors’ offices, plastic surgery centers, and other facilities.
'We Did It Wrong': Aurora Admits Mishandling Drunk Officer Nate MeierBoth Aurora’s Interim Police Chief and City Manager acknowledged Thursday that the police department mishandled the case of Aurora Police Officer Nate Meier, who was found drunk while on duty.
DA George Brauchler Can't File DUI Charges Against Nathan Meier, Claims Officer 'Beat The System'District Attorney George Brauchler says after a lengthy investigation, he has concluded he cannot file DUI charges against Aurora Police Officer Nate Meier.
CDOT Testing 'Snowproof Signals' On Denver Metro StreetsJim Chase anxiously waited for this February snowstorm for months.
Bill Aiming To Tighten Regulations On Pet Stores, Breeders Fails In ColoradoA bill that would have created stricter regulations for the retail sale of puppies and kittens failed in the House Rural Affairs and Agriculture Committee by a five to six vote.
Discrimination Complaints Filed Against University Of Colorado Department Of AnesthesiologyCBS4 has learned the University of Colorado is looking into complaints of discrimination by current and former doctors and researchers at the Anschutz Medical campus.
Homeless Coalition Pushing Tax Increase To Alleviate 'Crisis'Some Denver voters will soon be asked how they would feel about paying increased sales taxes, property taxes and other taxes to raise $50 million to $55 million a year to support Denver’s homeless population.
Victory Prep Charter School Acknowledges $425,000 Settlement In First Amendment CaseTwo days after CBS4 reported a Commerce City charter school was refusing to discuss how much it paid to settle a First Amendment lawsuit, Victory Preparatory Academy revealed on Friday that it paid plaintiffs in the 2018 case $425,000.
Dr. Geoffrey Kim's License Suspended In 'Emergency Action'The Colorado Medical Board has issued a summary suspension of the medical license of Dr. Geoffrey Kim.