‘Brazen’ Emails Suggest Bid Rigging In Convention Center ScandalThe expansion will add meeting, ballroom space and a massive outdoor terrace.
Plea Deal On Hold For Former CU Coach Accused Of Domestic ViolenceJoe Tumpkin was expected to plead guilty but the case has been delayed.
Local Clergymen Accused Of Past Sex AbuseThe list includes several from Regis Jesuit High School.
‘Shock And Claus’ Breakfast Stuns Servers, Cooks, DishwashersThe giving program started with a bunch of businessmen who wanted to give back.
'I'm A F***ing Cop': Glendale Police Officer's Tirade Caught On CameraRobert Kelly has since resigned from the police force.
2 Iranians Indicted On Charges On Hacking Agencies Including CDOTTwo men in Iran have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of hacking and attempting to extort money from cities, universities, and hospitals including a Colorado agency.
Colorado Nurses Association Denounces ViolenceThey say nurses have been abused for decades, but not anymore.
Denver Police Officers Packing Guns, Handcuffs And Yoga MatsThe officers are releasing stress with yoga classes.
Parents, Students File First Amendment Lawsuit Against Charter SchoolSome parents and former students of Victory Preparatory Academy in Commerce City filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday afternoon, claiming the charter school violated their first amendment rights to free speech.
Glenwood Engineer Says CBS4 Investigation 'Lit A Fire'Chris Bichon, a soft spoken Colorado Department of Transportation employee in Glenwood Springs, believes he has solved a perennial winter problem that has cost lives, dramatic injuries and damaged property.
Anesthesiologist Charged In Strangulation Of NurseThe incident happened at Sky Ridge Medical Center.
Pot Bus Operator Headed For Showdown With DenverAt issue: are buses where people smoke weed public or private?
Families Resort To Black Market InsulinThe price of insulin has skyrocketed over the past few years.
Neighbor 'Terrorized' Townhome Complex According To ResidentsResidents of an East Denver townhome complex have obtained protective orders against one of their neighbors who they believe is mentally ill.
$825,000 Settlement After Police Beat, Tase, Pepper Spray Diabetic ManA man with diabetes will receive hundreds of thousands of dollars from Commerce City after officers beat, tased and pepper sprayed him mistakenly believing he was driving drunk.
Helicopter Safety Bill Celebrated In Summit CountyNurse Dave Repsher nearly died in a helicopter crash in Frisco.
Rene Lima-Marin, Robbery Victim Meet Face-To-FaceThe convicted felon met his victim after he was released from prison.
Fraternal Order Of Police: Denver DA 'Politically Motivated Indictment' In Frank Gale CaseFrank Gale is facing six charges related to using funds that were to belong to a charity.
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.