The Great Hall project at Denver International Airport is costing millions more than originally planned.
Denver Safety Director Calls Riots 'Despicable', Says What Has Happened 'Hurts My Heart'Murphy Robinson, 31, was named Denver’s Manager of Safety in late May in the midst of a pandemic.
Denver Police Release Names Of Hundreds Of People Arrested During ProtestsThere's been a lot of curiosity and confusion about who's responsible for the damage we see left behind.
Temporary RTD Service Shutoff Leaving Some Riders FrustratedRTD has temporarily suspended service as protests and riots continue in Denver.
More Than 30 Dams In' Colorado Need Immediate AttentionOne week after destructive flooding in Midland, Michigan, due to broken dams, CBS4 Investigates has found there are 32 dams in Colorado that have been flagged for potential failure.
Bed Bugs Bite Renters During 1st Night In HouseThe men explain their traumatic experience and offer a warning for other renters.
La Plata County Coroner Challenges COVID-19 CountingAnother Colorado coroner - this time in La Plata County - is challenging the way local and state health departments have been attributing deaths to COVID-19.
El Paso County Sheriff Is Looking For A Person Of InterestEl Paso county sheriff is looking for a man after a man was found dead in his home.
Small Colorado Businesses Frustrated Over PPP Loan ProcessFor Scott Romme and his Windsor- based construction company, this spring and summer looked promising.
Loveland Man Arrested After FBI Finds Pipe Bombs, Testified Against Red Flag LawJust a few weeks before his arrest on federal firearms charges, Brad Bunn testified at the state Capitol in favor of repealing Colorado's Red Flag law. Bunn was taken into custody by the FBI after pipe bombs were found in his Loveland home.
Workers At Denver Health Seek To UnionizeDenver Health Medical Center workers announced Tuesday they are forming a union to “fight for workers rights."
Retirees Ordered To Repay $11 Million In Pension BenefitsA CBS4 Investigation has learned that about 40 retirees from the city of Denver - widows, widowers and their beneficiaries - have been ordered to repay a total of $11 million in retirement benefits.
DIA's Great Hall Project To Be AuditedDenver Auditor Tim O'Brien plans to launch an audit into Denver International Airport's troubled Great Hall construction project.
State Health Department Reclassifies Nursing Home Deaths As COVID-19The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has reclassified three deaths at a Centennial nursing home as COVID-19 deaths, despite the fact attending physicians ruled all three were not related to coronavirus, according to a CBS4 Investigation.
Investigation: Why Are Some Employees Still Not Wearing MasksCBS4 Investigator Kati Weis looked into many claims of employees not wearing required masks.
Denver Health Workers Asked For Cuts After Executives Get BonusesDenver Health executives got their bonuses just 1 week after the cuts were requested.
Coronavirus Forces Suspension Of All Jury TrialsThat includes some high profile cases like Devon Erickson and Mark Redwine.
Doctor Warns Against Reopening Too SoonSome believe the economy is hurting too much but others say lives are at risk.
One Million 'Citizen Scientists' WantedThe only qualifications for becoming a 'Citizen Scientist' are being over 18 and owning a smartphone.
Hospitals Consider Making Pay Cuts Amid Missing PatientsSome hospitals are cutting salaries to make up for losses amid coronavirus pandemic.
Skiers, Boarders Donating Used Goggles To Health Care WorkersThey say the goggles are better than nothing when it comes to protecting themselves against coronavirus.
Coronavirus Shutdown Causes Drop In Colorado Child Abuse ReportingThe shutdown has caused a domino effect, leading to fewer child abuse cases getting reported, CBS4 has learned. That's because there are fewer eyes on children right now, since they're staying at home for school and aren't attending any after-school activities.
Colorado Doctor Prescribing Controversial Hydroxychloroquine To Patients: 'They’re Drowning'A Denver family physician has been prescribing a controversial medication to his patients, sick with coronavirus, and believes it is yielding positive results.
Denver Homeless Advocates Call For Help During Coronavirus PandemicHomeless advocacy groups are calling on Gov. Jared Polis to take several steps to help Denver's homeless.
Call Center Ordered To Close After Forcing Employees To Come To Work During Stay-At-Home OrderThe Larimer County Department of Public Health and Environment tells CBS4 it has ordered Qualfon, a call center, to either close or have employees work from home after it received "dozens of complaints" about the company staying open.