A CBS4 Investigation has learned that the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is writing off more than $61 million in overpayments.
Colorado Businesses, Residents Hit By National Shortage Of Air Conditioning Parts During HeatwaveThe global supply chain issue, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, has led to a shortage of parts and microchips for all sorts of tech, appliances, and cars, but with the heat wave, people are feeling the affect more than ever.
Congress Park Residents Say New Trash Can Order Will Cause HardshipsSome 2,500 residents of Denver's Congress Park neighborhood recently received notification from the City of Denver that their trash would no longer be picked up in the alley but would have to be wheeled down to the street in front of their homes.
Wellington Water Base Rates Spike 4 Times Higher Than Denver Water's: 'It's Just Crazy'Many Colorado cities and towns are seeing water prices go up amid rapid population growth, but some of the highest price hikes are now hitting the small town of Wellington.
Civilian 'Ped Patrol' Confronts Online Predators; Police Warn 'It's A Bad Idea'Thomas Fellowes, 39, of Westminster, owns a window washing company -- but right now, he's more concerned with wiping out online predators.
Failing Grades: Students In 3 Denver Metro School Districts Had More Failing Grades During PandemicStudents in Adams 14, Aurora and Cherry Creek schools got notably worse grades during the pandemic – but 40,000 Denver kids who also did poorly had a different option.
Eric Trujillo, Denver Firefighter Arrested At Fire Station On Child Pornography ChargesA 39-year-old Denver firefighter was arrested at the Denver fire station where he worked, and is being held on suspicion of sexual exploitation of a child.
Despite Successful Identity Verification, Many Coloradans Still Not Getting Unemployment Money For Weeks, MonthsAs Colorado begins its comeback, there's still many people who are struggling to survive.
National Rise In Ransomware Attacks Becoming 'National Security Threat,' Compromising Coloradans' Personal DataNationwide, cyberattacks against major corporation are on the rise. Specifically, ransomware attacks are becoming the new type of breach, in which hackers take company computer systems hostage in exchange for big payouts.
Following CBS4 Investigations, State Senator Proposes Changes To Colorado Assisted Living RegulationsFollowing several CBS4 Investigations into neglect and abuse allegations at assisted living facilities in Colorado during the pandemic, a state legislator is looking to make regulation changes that could better hold those facilities accountable.
Colorado 'Copwatcher' Seeks Police Accountability, TransparencyKevin Detreville can frequently be found behind the wheel of his car, listening to a police scanner, with his cellphone camera at the ready to record run-of-the-mill police stops.
Denver Police Video Training Aims To Avoid Shootings With PoliceDenver police share part of their training on how they decide to shoot or not shoot during encounters.
Maggie Long's Murder Now Viewed As Possible Hate Crime, FBI SaysCBS4 has learned the FBI is taking a different approach to the unsolved 2017 murder of Maggie Long in Park County.
Suncor Prepares To Host Community Meetings On Air Monitoring ProgramOn Tuesday, Suncor will host the first of two meetings about its upcoming air monitoring program.
Colorado Department Of Labor Writing Off $61 Million In Overpayments Made During PandemicA CBS4 Investigation has learned that the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is writing off more than $61 million in overpayments.
Colorado's Department Of Labor Writing Off $61 Million In Overpayments Made During PandemicA CBS4 Investigation has learned that the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is writing off more than $61 million in overpayments.
Former Aurora Police Officer Josiah Coe Accused Of Meth DistributionFormer Aurora Police Officer Josiah Coe is accused of of meth distribution after allegedly admitting to an Aurora police sergeant that he gave illicit narcotics to another person.
Jury Finds Jose Armenta-Vazquez Guilty Of Stabbing JudgeJose Armenta-Vazquez was convicted of attempted murder, assault and burglary.
Adams County Magistrate David Blackett Describes Nearly Being Stabbed To DeathDavid Blackett, an Adams County magistrate who was stabbed multiple times in 2019, offered gripping testimony about the day he nearly died.
Colorado Unemployment Dept.: Scammers Estimated To Have Stolen $20 to $30 MillionFive weeks after announcing scammers had pilfered about $6.5 million from the Colorado unemployment system during the pandemic, state unemployment administrators dramatically ratcheted that figure up.
Suncor Announces $12M In Improvements Following Emissions InvestigationSuncor Energy on Monday announced the findings of an independent, third-party investigation into emissions at its Commerce City refinery.
Q&A: CBS4 Investigator Kati Weis Answers Questions About ID.me TroublesThe ID.me system put in place in Colorado to try to combat fraudulent unemployment claims is putting some people who are out of work in a desperate situation.
ID.me Verification Leads To Problems For Some Coloradans Trying To File For UnemploymentThe ID.me system put in place in Colorado to try to combat fraudulent unemployment claims is putting some people who are out of work in a desperate situation.
Denver Housing Authority To Begin Radon Testing All Of Its Public Housing ComplexesMore than a year after CBS4 Investigates found dangerous radon levels in some public housing units, DHA says it will begin a year-long effort to test all of its complexes for the toxic gas.
Boulder King Soopers Could Re-Open As Early As April 24A King Soopers Employee, who witnessed the March 22 attack on her place of work, tells CBS4 the company is planning to remodel the store and could reopen as early as April 24.