Denver Issues 'Cease and Desist' Letter to Former AuditorDenver's City Attorney has issued a cease and desist letter to former City Auditor Dennis Gallagher.
Auditor Says 'Denver Moves In The Slow Lane' About Becoming Bike FriendlyThe city auditor says Denver's plan to become more bike friendly is failing.
It's Time to Break Down The Homeless Problem In DenverThere's been a lot of news about homelessness in Denver lately, but it's time we break down the problem by breaking down the different groups that need our help.
Denver Auditor Blasts Mayor For 'Foot-Dragging' On InvestigationDenver's auditor claims the sheriff's department is interfering with his investigation into the troubled department.
Audit: Response Time Normal In 911 Call DeathAn audit says the Denver police's response time was slightly less than normal in the case of a woman who was shot and killed 13 minutes into her 911 call.
Family Still Pumping Water Out Of Home 8 Months After FloodsTemperatures across Colorado's Front Range are starting to warm up, and the resulting snowmelt is causing problems for a Boulder family.
Auditor: Denver Human Services Records ‘At Risk’Denver’s auditor is sending an alarming message, saying confidential client records kept at the Department of Human Services are at risk of being breached.
Floodwaters Still Causing Problems For Homeowners In BoulderMonths after the historic rain stopped floodwaters are still causing problems for homeowners in Boulder.
Denver Auditor Happy About Changes In Medical Pot MonitoringDenver's auditor is pleased with changes made in monitoring medical marijuana businesses in the city.
Denver Auditors Denied Access To Gift Card RecordsDenver's auditor plans to sue to get records of how gift cards issued by the human services department were spent.
Bye-Bye Bacon, So Long SalmonThe Denver Sheriff's Department is slimming down its deputy dining program after a CBS4 Investigation.
Fines Will Be Changing At Red Light Cameras In DenverOn Tuesday evening the city council gave initial approval to renewing the contract with the company that runs red light cameras.
Denver Fights To Keep Stock Show From Moving To AuroraNew shots are fired in the proposed move of the National Western Stock Show. Denver city leaders are lining up, preparing to block a plan to move the event to Aurora.
Mayoral Candidate Boigon Opposes 6.6 Percent RaiseOne of the people hoping to become Denver's next mayor is campaigning against pay raises for the office and other elected officials.