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United Airline Flight 328 Pilots Called 'Heroes' For Actions After Engine ExplosionThe Airline Pilots Association said the captain who was in charge Saturday has been with United since 1990 and had 20,000 hours as a captain. The first officer joined the airline in 1999, according to ALPA, and had 11,000 hours in the 777.
Car Thefts Skyrocket Due To COVID, Task Force Commander: 'Its Going To Get Worse'Motor vehicle thefts surged last year with every metro county seeing double digit increases in car thefts.
Imprisoned For Computer-Scamming Older Adults, Swindler Safder Iqbal Asks CBS4 For 'Best Offer' For Interview An immigrant from India, Safder Iqbal, is still interested in profiting from his crimes.
South Adams County Firefighters On Leave For COVID ConcernsSeveral firefighters from South Adams County Fire Department are off from work and on a COVID-19 quarantine after attending a firefighter's wedding in Mexico.
COVID-19 Vaccines Are Being Bought & Sold Online Amid Short SupplyScammers are selling supposed COVID vaccines for hundreds, even thousands of dollars, and sending unsolicited vaccine ads to email inboxes.
Some Colorado DUI Cases Being Dismissed Because Some Police Won't Give Breath Tests During PandemicA CBS4 Investigation has found some drunk drivers in Colorado have seen their cases dismissed after police refused to provide suspects with breath tests, saying the potential spread of COVID has made the tests too risky.
Woman, Girls Held At Gunpoint By Aurora Police File First Lawsuit Under Colorado Police Accountability BillThe video of the children face down on the hot asphalt in a parking lot, held at gunpoint, went viral.
Biden's Chief Election Data Expert Is From Manitou SpringsWhen Joe Biden is sworn in Wednesday as the nation's 46th President, Becca Siegel, 29, of Manitou Springs, will be watching with more than just a passing interest.
Denver Police Arrest Wrong Woman At Hospital, Now Facing LawsuitA Denver woman is suing Denver Police for arresting her for a crime in which she had no involvement.
Denver Resident Wins Open Records Lawsuit For Internal Documents On Group Living ProposalA judge has ruled the city of Denver must turn over public records regarding its controversial proposal to amend the city's group living rules.
Noose Found Hanging At DIA Worksite; Police Investigating, Concourse Expansion Work Temporarily StoppedA hangman's noose was found at a work site at Denver International Airport in late 2020, bringing a $700 million airport gate construction project to a halt.
State Health Department Investigating Second Alleged Neglect Case In Two Months At Arvada Assisted Living CenterThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment confirms it is investigating yet another case involving a different resident. 
Denver Releases Police Video Showing First Of Multiple Clashes With The PublicUnder an open records and criminal justice records request the Denver Department of Safety released video to CBS4 of police body camera video from the initial violent protest this past spring.
Colorado Doctors Say Impacts Of Vaccine Are A Small Price To PayOne Colorado doctor says the side effects from getting the vaccine are short lived and, in his view, worth it.
Cash-Strapped Aurora Paid Thousands To Send Firefighters To Fitness Competition During COVID PandemicThe City of Aurora, which is facing a COVID-induced $33 million budget shortfall for 2021, managed to pay the salaries for four Aurora Fire Rescue firefighters to travel to Texas in late October to compete in the “Firefighter Combat Challenge World Championship.”
Glendale Officer's Social Media Post Called 'Insensitive.. Poor Taste'; Officer Under Investigation In Fatal ShootingGlendale police officer Chandler Phillips, under investigation for fatally shooting a car theft suspect in October, is being criticized by the dead suspect's mother and his own department
Denver Teachers Tell CBS4 They Are Frustrated With District Policy ChangeThe Denver Public School District revoked a policy from this summer which grants work-from-home accommodations for teachers who have at-risk family members.
Assisted Living Facilities Ask Colorado Health Leaders For More GuidanceOwners and managers of some assisted living centers say their facilities are too small to isolate their patients and they don't have the expertise to handle COVID-19 positive patients.
Colorado DA Calls Cop 'A Danger To Community,' Refuses To Prosecute Cases From Officer Zach HelbigCBS4 has learned that Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke is refusing to prosecute criminal cases involving a Fort Lupton police officer who shot and killed a man last year.
Old Unemployment Tech 'Caused Hardship For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Coloradans' In 2020Internal emails obtained by CBS4 Investigates illuminate one major reason why the Colorado Department of Labor struggled in its pandemic response: technology from the 1980s.
Colorado Employers Can Force You To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine, With Some ExceptionsA law professor with CU Boulder says refusing simply because one believes the vaccine to be unsafe will likely not be a sufficient reason for an exemption. 
Customers Claim Travel Company, Trafalgar, Is 'Holding Money Hostage' After Vacations Canceled Due To PandemicLaurie Daniels, of Aurora, is taking extreme measures to get back thousands of dollars of her own money.
Denver Doctor Says COVID ‘Invaded From Every Direction’Two Denver doctors issued dire warnings on Wednesday about spiking COVID-19 infection rates.
Colorado Hospitals Welcome COVID-19 Patients From Other StatesCBS4 has learned that COVID-19 patients from Texas to New Mexico and several other states are being sent to Colorado hospitals for treatment.

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