Help Low-Income Kids Stay Dressed At The 'Blue Jean Bash'The Blue Jean Bash, a fundraising event for Clothes to Kids of Denver, is happening next Saturday. It's an organization that provides new and quality used clothing in a store-like setting to school children from low-income or in-crisis families in the Denver Metro area.
Guilty Plea From Man Who Vandalized Officer MemorialThe man accused of vandalizing the Fallen Officer Memorial in the plaza at the Denver Police Headquarters has pleaded guilty.
With Theater Shooting Closing Arguments Set, Emotion Will Be Hard To Be IgnoredAttorneys will present their closing arguments in the Aurora theater shooting trial on Tuesday. On Monday attorneys worked out the final details for jury instructions.
Reality Show Gun Shop May Have Been Selling Guns IllegallyA gun store remained closed Wednesday following a federal raid Tuesday in Wheat Ridge. CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger learned the shop may have been selling guns illegally.
Large Crowd Shows Up To Support Men Accused Of Defacing Fallen Officers MemorialTwo men accused of vandalizing the Denver police fallen officers memorial appeared before a judge on Tuesday with plenty of support.
Family Says Low Domestic Violence Priority In Denver Contributed To Woman's DeathThe family of a woman beaten to death by her husband is claiming in a lawsuit that Denver police have a low priority for domestic violence calls.
Supporters Of Memorial Vandalism Suspects Try To Block CBS4 CameraTwo suspects accused of vandalizing Denver's police memorial appeared in court on Monday, and their friends expressed displeasure at seeing the media on hand.
More Former Students Complain About College America After Lawsuit FiledAfter CBS4 reported on a lawsuit filed against College America by Colorado's attorney general more former students have come forward with complaints about the school.
Attorney General Wants College America To Stop 'Ongoing Deceptive Trade Practices'CBS4 has learned that the Colorado attorney general has filed a lawsuit against a chain of career colleges along the Front Range, and CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger has learned the case involves a well-known name.
Controversial Public Pot Arrest In Aspen Was On Same Day Of Michael Bloomberg VisitThe Aspen Police Department is defending the officers' action in a video on YouTube involving a 16-year-old suspect. Police say the teen had marijuana out in public.
High-Profile Case Prompts Call For Legalized Sports Gambling In ColoradoCBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger has been following the story about one big time Denver bookie who is headed to federal prison, but some say his crime should be a thing of the past in Colorado.
Arvada Doctor Faces Prison Over Medical Pot Registry CardsAn Arvada doctor and his former nurse are facing felony charges involving medical marijuana recommendations.
Another Arapahoe High Guard Says School Shooting Was PreventableAn Arapahoe High School security guard says the deadly school shooting that took place last December could have been prevented.
Denver Police, Feds Raid Marijuana Grow OperationsAuthorities seized as much as $1 million in cash and thousands of marijuana plants from several properties in the Denver area that were searched Tuesday as part of an investigation into an illegal pot operation.
Springs Woman Claims Marijuana Cured Her Son's CancerMore than 200 children under the age of 10 now have medical marijuana cards in Colorado, and a woman in Colorado Springs now goes so far to say marijuana has cured her 4-year-old son's cancer.