Poisonous "forever chemicals" have been found at levels higher than what some states say are safe in more than a dozen Colorado water districts. This, after massive statewide testing for the pollutants was conducted during the pandemic.

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Fraudsters Still Potentially Impacting 1,050 Innocent Unemployment Claims In ColoradoThere are still some people who aren't able to enjoy the holidays as much this year, because their unemployment claims are being held up by fraudulent activity.
Puppy Importing Leading To Disease Outbreaks In ColoradoSome Colorado pet rescue organizations have become multi-million dollar puppy importers. A CBS4 investigation found protections, for pets and people, haven't kept up.
Aurora Police Union President Suspended Over Diversity EmailCBS4 has learned the President of the Aurora Police Association, Officer Doug Wilkinson, has been placed on administrative leave after he sent out a scathing email last week to his 240 members calling diversity provisions in a "consent decree" between Aurora and the Colorado Attorney General "sexist and racist."
Aurora Agrees To Pay $15 Million In Elijah McClain Case; Largest Police Related Settlement In City, Colorado HistoryCBS4 has learned the City of Aurora has agreed to pay $15 million to the family of Elijah McClain to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit filed over McClain's death. 
Bowlen Relatives Reveal Alzheimer's Impacts On Other FamiliesWhen Pat Bowlen publicly acknowledged in 2014 he was suffering from Alzheimer's and would no longer oversee the Broncos, his wife Annabel said the Broncos owner "has very bravely and quietly battled Alzheimer's disease for the last few years."
Bowlen Family Members Detail Internal Battle For The BroncosBill Bowlen, the younger brother of late Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, says the death of his brother and subsequent power struggle for the team has torn his family apart.
Meet Two Prison Inmates Who Care For Colorado's Wild Horses"So for example, some of these horses, when they first get here off the trucks, a lot of them will look a little skinny, they don't look like they're in good shape, and then you come in, you do your job every day, and you start to see them put on weight, start to mellow out around people," one inmate said. "That's that's really nice, there's a lot of self satisfaction to that."
Advocates Allege Wild Horse Mistreatment At Cañon City Prison, BLM Says 'Vast Majority' In Good ConditionThe BLM estimates it spends more than $3 million in federal taxpayer money a year caring for the horses in Cañon City.
'It Was Frightening' Says Caller; 911 Calls In Denver On HoldDenver's 911 system is out of compliance with nationally recognized standards for answering calls as thousands of callers are finding themselves on hold when they call in to report an emergency. 
Denver Parks And Rec Employees Given New Job Classifications, Received Pay Increases And Some Call It 'Cronyism'The two Denver Parks and Recreation employees' job classifications changed last month to a status that provides hefty protections from removal and received pay increases.
Denver Patient Shares Story Of 20-Hour-Long Wait For Hospital RoomAs the pandemic wears on, hospitals are filling up fast. A normal visit to an emergency room can mean hours of waiting before being admitted to a hospital room.
Colorado Moving Toward Easier Process To Retrieve Unclaimed MoneyWhen Coloradans lose track of various refunds, checks, dividends, stocks and bonds, the money ends up with the state treasurer's office on an unclaimed property website.
Colorado Board Of Education Removes Adams14's AccreditationThe Colorado Board of Education voted to affirm to lift the stay on the removal of the Adams14 School District's accreditation, meaning it has been removed effective immediately.
Police Officers In Denver File For Injunction To Stop Mandatory VaccinesSeven Denver police officers are asking a judge to issue a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order preventing the City of Denver from forcing them to either receive a vaccine against COVID-19 or face termination.
Denver Police Officers File For Injunction To Stop Mandatory VaccinesSeven Denver police officers are asking a judge to issue a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order preventing the City of Denver from forcing them to either receive a vaccine against COVID-19 or face termination.
Colorado Children Of Assisted Living Resident Left In Heat For 6 Hours Want JusticeAuthorities say they left Hazel Place out in the summer heat, unattended for six hours. Her family says she was taken too soon.
86-Year-Old Mesa County Woman Dies After Allegedly Being Left Outside In Heat For 6 Hours, Assisted Living Caregivers ChargedColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has charged three assisted living caregivers in the death of a resident at the Cappella Assisted Living and Memory Care facility in Grand Junction, the attorney general's office said Tuesday.
Activist On A Mission To Protect Health Of Her Hispanic NeighborhoodLess fortunate, Hispanic neighborhoods in Colorado regularly face higher air pollution levels that other more affluent neighborhoods.
Cops, Sheriff's Deputies In Denver Lagging on Vaccinations; 'There Is A Lot Of Pushback" Says Deputy Safety DirectorWith the city deadline for getting a COVID-19 vaccination closing in, newly obtained figures show the percentage of Denver Sheriff's deputies and Denver police officers who have presented proof of vaccination to the city is well below the number for other city employees.
Sheridan Police Officer Shawn Ralph Charged With Assault For Alleged Chokehold UseA 50-year-old police officer with the City of Sheridan has been charged with assault after he allegedly choked a shoplifting suspect who he said spit in her eye.
Colorado Auto Repair Shop Owner Marvels At Catalytic Converter ThievesSteve Horvath has a crew of experienced auto mechanics at his Littleton auto repair shop, Jeno's auto service.
VIDEO: Loveland Police Sergeant Defends Officers' Forceful Arrest Of Karen Garner On VideoNew documents and video reveal that a Loveland Police Department internal investigation approved of the use of force on an elderly woman with dementia.
City Of Denver To Shut Down Civic Center Park Due To Safety, Rats: 'Not Safe To Walk Through The Park':The City of Denver plans to shut down Civic Center Park on Sept. 15 due to crime, safety, sanitation and a host of other issues. The park will remain closed until the city can restore it as welcoming for all Denver residents.
Parents Say Hazing Led To Criminal Charge, Discipline For Chatfield Senior High School OfficialsMultiple parents in Jeffco Public Schools have told CBS4 that a form of hazing led to a criminal charge against the athletic director of Chatfield Senior High School for failing to report child abuse or neglect.

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