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DIA Roof: Councilman Calls For Expedited Action PlanFollowing a CBS4 Investigation that found "critical" problems with the tented roof covering DIA's main terminal, Denver City Councilman Kevin Flynn has asked DIA administrators to provide an "action plan" on what they intend to do and when they intend to do it.
Rancher Proposes Possible Solution To Wild Horse DebateA rancher tells CBS4 wild horses could be spared of being rounded up into holding facilities, and instead could be used to help mitigate wildfires.
Inspection Of Iconic DIA Roof Reveals 'Critical' IssuesAn inspection of the celebrated tented roof over Denver International Airport in late 2021 revealed "critical" issues in some of the cables supporting the roof. Inspectors say some steel cables were "overloaded" and others were at risk of failure.
Fight Over Grazing Land Intensifies Between Wild Horse Advocates & FarmersThe fight over where wild horses can graze in Colorado is growing.
Investigation Into Controversial Colorado HOA Draws Swift ReactionA Denver HOA which initiated more HOA foreclosures in 2021 than any other has taken in more than $600,000 in one year from fines levied against homeowners and has more than $1 million on hand in checking accounts, CDs, saving accounts and cash.
Controversial Colorado HOA Has More Than $1 Million In The Bank: 'Foreclosures Are Profitable'A Denver HOA which initiated more HOA foreclosures in 2021 than any other has taken in more than $600,000 in one year from fines levied against homeowners and has more than $1 million on hand in checking accounts, CDs, saving accounts and cash.
Bill Aiming To Raise Fines For Negligent Colorado Assisted Living Facilities One Step Closer To Becoming LawA bill that would better hold assisted living facilities in Colorado accountable passed in a state senate committee.
Consultant Finds Thousands of Aurora Police Reports Backlogged, Not Entered Into SystemA public safety records consultant has discovered thousands of Aurora police reports not entered into the department's records system, allowing suspects to go free.
Consultant Finds Thousands Of Aurora Police Reports Backlogged, Not Entered Into SystemMore than 2,500 Aurora Police Department reports dating back to 2021 and covering crimes such as murder, carjacking and child abuse have not been reviewed and entered into the police department's records system.
Calls For Police Backup In Aurora High Schools With SROs Higher Than Denver High Schools, Data ShowsPublic high schools in Aurora that have school resource officers called for police help at a much higher rate last semester than high schools in Denver, according to government data obtained by CBS4 Investigates.
Calls For Police Backup In Aurora High Schools With SROs Higher Than Denver High Schools, Data ShowsPublic high schools in Aurora that have school resource officers called for police help at a much higher rate last semester than high schools in Denver, according to government data obtained by CBS4 Investigates.
Colorado Bill Aims To Ban Sale Of Household Products Containing Toxic 'Forever Chemicals'A new bill is aimed at banning dangerous "forever chemicals" in products sold in Colorado.
Stakeholders Worry Proposed School Board Changes Could Negatively Impact Thousands Of Students At 52 Innovation SchoolsSome teachers and parents are angry and disappointed at the Denver Board of Education, saying proposed changes up for a vote Thursday, March 24, would strip teachers of many of the freedoms they enjoy at innovation schools.
Denver Dog Dies While In The Care Of Rover App Sitter; Owner Calling For Heightened Screening RequirementsTerence Rugg lost his father and his dog within weeks of each other. He says thanks to a dog sitter he found through the app Rover, the last few weeks have been "the most difficult time of (his) life," and he's hoping his story will help alert others to potential risks.
DIA Worker Reflects On Airport's $50 Million FloodAt the time he didn't know it, but a two inch high pressure hot water pipe on the B-East concourse expansion had leaked and was spewing scalding hot water on communications equipment, electronics, carpets, drywall, floors and insulation.
Colorado Postal Workers Protest As Postmaster Louis DeJoy Visits Mile High CityMore than a dozen workers from various post offices in the Denver metro area protested Wednesday as U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy visited the Mile High City to speak with area supervisors.
Assisted Living Center Will Have New Ownership After CBS4 Reporting About Neglect, AbuseThe center in Aurora is for older adults with memory conditions.
Former Denver City Attorney Threatens Action Over Secret Emails, Messages: 'Horrible Treatment'A former employee of the Denver City Attorney's Office is threatening a lawsuit against her former employer and the people who were supposed to mentor her after learning she was targeted by those coworkers in disparaging, cruel and inappropriate messages.
Denver City Attorneys Mocked Bosses, Confessed To Loafing While Working From Home During PandemicThree veteran prosecutors with Denver's City Attorneys office used an internal city email and messaging system to repeatedly disparage their bosses and boasted about how little they were working during their stay-at-home phase of the pandemic, according to disciplinary documents obtained by CBS4.
Following CBS4 Investigation, Denver Housing Authority Begins Radon Mitigation Installation In Public Housing UnitsAfter CBS4 Investigates found high radon levels in some Denver public housing units, the Denver Housing Authority is installing radon mitigation systems at the Columbine Homes public housing complex to protect residents. DHA plans to test, and mitigate as needed, every unit in its public housing portfolio over the next two years.
DIA Pipe Fail Spewed Scalding Water For 5½ HoursWhen a high-pressure pipeline carrying scalding hot water began flooding throughout an unopened gate and lounge area at DIA, the flood continued for 5½ hours according to a briefing provided to the airport's CEO two days after the catastrophic event.
Aurora Police Address Taking 45 Minutes To Get To High Priority CallEyewitnesses say the suspected at-fault driver walked away after waiting an estimated 15-20 minutes for police to arrive.
Latest Xcel Energy Bills Stun HomeownersWhen Vicki Kelley of Denver opened her January Xcel Energy bill, her first thought was there must have been a mistake.

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