Online Sex Sting Ensnares Prominent DU Music Professor Scott BeanAurora police say University of Denver music professor Scott Bean, a renowned trombone player, fell for their online sex sting earlier this year, believing “Brandi” was really a teenage girl.
Terminally Ill Man Takes Aid-In-Dying Battle To CourtNeil Mahoney found a doctor to help him but Centura blocked his end-of-life decision.
Neil Mahoney In Battle Over Colorado's Aid-In-Dying LawThe terminally ill cancer patient is in a fight with Centura Health over the right to die.
Agitator Eric Brandt Threatening Words About Judges In Denver Prompt Increased SecuritySecurity for Denver judges was recently stepped up after an area activist live-streamed a rant urging “the random shooting of judges… execute them, and don’t forget to shoot the police.”
Red Light Cameras In Denver Installed By Unlicensed EngineersThe company was issued a "cease and desist" order.
Confusion Over Hemp, Marijuana Leads To Arrest ComplicationsOne woman's story details how confusing cannabis be for law enforcement.
Rental Home Nearly Unlivable With Urine, Mold OdorsThe family says they were having trouble finding a home in Denver's tight rental market.
Police Release Body Cam Video Showing ShootingDe'Von Bailey was shot and killed by Colorado Springs police.
Developer Fired: DIA Fires Great Hall Project ContractorDenver International Airport's Great Hall project will likely resume construction early next year after the City of Denver terminated the contract with the developer.
City Of Denver Terminates DIA Great Hall ContractThe renovation will be on hold during all the changes at Denver International Airport.
Web Extra: Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Talks DIA Great Hall Contract TerminationCBS4 Investigator Brian Maass interviews Denver Mayor Michael Hancock about the contract termination.
City Of Denver Terminates DIA Great Hall ContractDIA officials say the project is well behind schedule and over budget.
Homeowner, Company Disagree Over Costly Plumbing FixThe homeowner thought she was getting new pipe but a liner was installed instead.
Apparent Chokehold Blamed After Coroner Rules Glendale Strip Club Death Was HomicideThe Arapahoe County coroner has ruled that a 48-year-old father and business executive who died at Shotgun Willie's was the victim of a homicide.
CDOT Sets Aside $20M To Repair U.S. 36Eastbound lanes of the highway was closed last week after a crack turned into a sinkhole.
Adams County: DIA Owes Another $46 Million For Noise ViolationsAdams County has filed legal documents seeking an additional $46 million from Denver International Airport.
Child Abuse Alert Email Went Unchecked For 5 YearsThe old email address has since been disabled.
Executives Behind Great Hall Project Meet With Mayor Michael HancockTop level executives from Spanish airport developer Ferrovial, who are guiding the redevelopment of DIA’s Great Hall Project, met face to face Tuesday morning with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Undocumented Immigrants Receiving Fines For Not Leaving U.S.Ingrid Encalada la Torre has been fined nearly $5,000 by ICE.
Historic Soderberg Ranch To Be RestoredHistoric buildings in Fort Collins need some work. A nonprofit hopes volunteers will help restore Soderberg Ranch.
Lakewood Couple Says Daughter Stranded In MexicoTheir daughter is in touch with the U.S. Embassy and may soon be home in Colorado.
Admitted Ponzi Schemer Dan Rudden Sentenced To 10 YearsThe government says Rudden schemed people out of $19 million.
Affidavit Reveals Suspect's Actions Before STEM School ShootingThe probable cause statement details the actions of the accused, Devon Erickson and Alec McKinney.
Cabbie Gouging Continues, CBS4 Investigation UncoversSome area cab drivers continue to knowingly overcharge passengers, a situation one cab company owner calls “very sad."