Littleton Woman Still Seeking Answers In Husband’s DeathA Littleton woman has been waiting for an autopsy report nearly 10 months after her husband's death. The company has told CBS4 the reasons for the delay include a wrong phone number and the testing results from the lab.
A U.S. Attorney Has A Warning For Colorado About Legal PotHe says the system has set up a climate for a marijuana black market.
Ponzi Scheme Victim Describes HardshipThe man at the center of the scheme stole millions from hundreds in Colorado.
No Warrant, No Problem: Sheriff Seizes Property Without WarrantAdams County deputies seized video recording equipment at a bar without a warrant.
CBS4 Investigation: City Needs To Repair Its Own Substandard SidewalksAs the City of Denver begins cracking down on substandard sidewalks, a CBS4 Investigation finds many sidewalks overseen by the city itself are dilapidated, in disrepair and in need of replacement.
Confession & Guns Disallowed In Elbert County MurderA judge in Elbert County has ruled an investigator in a high profile murder case improperly obtained a detailed confession from the suspect.
‘Serial Squatter’ Heather Schwab Gets New Address: PrisonA woman dubbed the “serial squatter” for continually renting properties, living in them but not paying, has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Jeffco Inmate Goes Facebook Live From CellInmates are not allowed to have cellphones inside the jail.
Victim Says He Was Attacked At Red RocksSecurity cameras captured video of the suspect.
Man Sentenced For Upskirting Says He Is 'Sick'Denver police investigate upskirting, voyeurism.
5 Years After Devastating Flooding, Lyons Residents Get New HomesThe community rallied to help residents stay in the community.
Parents Concerned About Lead Content In School Water SupplyDenver Public Schools tested the lead content two years ago.
5 Face Federal Charges In Student Loan Fraud CaseThey are accused of taking money but not using it for education.
DNA Evidence Links Suspect To Cold Case MurdersFour people were killed more than 34 years ago.
DNA Could Be Big Break In Bennett Family AttacksThe family was attacked at their home in 1984.
Confessed Ponzi Perp Charged With Wire FraudThe Greenwood Village businessman who confessed to running a Ponzi scheme for the last seven years, costing investors millions, turned himself in to federal authorities Tuesday.
Dancing FBI Agent Not Alone: Second Officer Faces Charges For Weapon DischargeA police officer whose gun accidentally fired at a youth baseball tournament in Steamboat Springs last month is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday to face multiple criminal charges.
Taser Listed As Factor In Green Beret’s DeathMatt Poer died April 12 immediately after deputies deployed a Taser on him.
Businessman Confesses To $55M Ponzi Scheme: 'I'm Ashamed Of What I’ve Done'A Greenwood Village businessman has confessed to CBS4 that he has been running a Ponzi scheme for the last seven years, bilking investors of $55 million.
Businessman Confesses To $55M Ponzi Scheme: 'I'm Ashamed Of What I’ve Done'A Greenwood Village businessman has confessed to CBS4 that he has been running a Ponzi scheme for the last seven years, bilking investors of $55 million.
Cause Of 18th & Emerson Fire 'Undetermined'Two people were killed in the apartment construction fire.
DPD Reporting of Juvenile Curfew Violations; Hispanics Underreported, Whites OverreportedA CBS4 investigation has found the Denver Police Department inaccurately reported information to Denver City Council for two years about which ethnicities were being cited under the city's juvenile curfew ordinance.
Cricket Player Charged With Restaurant TheftClinton Goodchild charged with felony theft in the case.
One Way Paris Flights For Hancock, DIA Staff Cost Up To $9,000 Per PersonThe trip in April was to celebrate, in part, Norwegian Air's inaugural flight from DIA to Paris.

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