VA Nurse Accused Of Swapping Fentanyl SyringesA former nurse at the Denver VA has been charged with stealing fentanyl. Investigators say it happened in 2016 and on several occasions, Lisa Marie Jones removed fentanyl from a vial and replaced it with another substance.
3 Women Accuse Denver Cop Of Unwelcome AdvancesA Denver police officer is off the streets and facing a week-long unpaid suspension after three females said they experienced unwelcome advances from the officer.
Police: 'No Evidence Of Shots Fired' At Rose Medical CenterPolice in Denver said there is no evidence of any shots fired at Rose Medical Center and they continue to look for the person of interest in the case. The reports of shots heard prompted a lockdown of the entire medical campus and the nearby VA Hospital on Friday afternoon.
All Clear After 'Zone-By-Zone' Search Of Rose Medical CenterPolice patrolled the rooftop of a building on Rose Medical Center Friday afternoon after officers received reports of shots heard at the hospital. All lockdowns were lifted shortly after 8 p.m. Friday.
Doctor Riding Bike To Fight Leukemia, LymphomaA Denver doctor is preparing for quite the bike ride to fight leukemia and lymphoma.
Mother Charged With Murder In Death Of 3-Month-OldA mother from Golden has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of her 3-month-old child.
Mother Accused Of Child Abuse Resulting In Death Of 3-Month-Old BoyA 21-year-old mother has been arrested in connection with the death of her 3-month-old baby.
Swedish: Technician Caught Swiping Needle In The Operating RoomA doctor at Swedish Medical Center told CBS4 that a surgical technician was caught swiping a needle filled with fentanyl in the operating room at the beginning of a surgical procedure.
Nearly 3,000 Swedish Medical Center Patients Urged To Get Blood TestsThe Colorado Department of Public Health is investigating possible drug diversion by a former employee at Swedish Medical Center and some patients are being asked to be tested for possible exposure to diseases.
FluMist Shortage Means More Will Get Flu Shots This YearPediatricians are warning they may not be able to offer FluMist this year to all of their young patients. The good news: there is plenty of the vaccine available in shot form.
'It's A Miracle ... It Is A Miracle' Says Man Who Received New AFib ProcedureAlmost three million people in the U.S. suffer from atrial fibrillation, a type of irregular heartbeat. It's a leading cause of stroke. CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh found a new procedure to correct the most serious cases.