Top Aurora Fire Chief Appears To Have Misused Time Off System For YearsAurora Fire Rescue’s second-in-command took what appear to be repeated vacations to Florida, New York and California without ever subtracting the time from his vacation "bank."
Despite Millions On The Line, Sports Betting Is Collecting Less State Revenue Than You'd ThinkDespite the pandemic's hit on the sports industry, sports betting participation is exceeding expectations in its infancy in Colorado.
Aurora Fire Department Planning To Charge Citizens For Medical Calls, Showing Up For Car AccidentsAurora Fire Department is planning to charge citizens for medical calls and responding to car accidents.
Military Veteran Desiree Noechel Charged In American Legion TheftDenver prosecutors have filed felony theft and forgery charges against a former employee of Colorado’s American Legion headquarters.
Aurora SWAT Walks Away From Standoff; Wanted To 'Avoid Unnecessary Confrontation'A 4 hour-long standoff ended in an Aurora neighborhood with dozens of officers packing up and walking away, leaving a wanted man in his home.
Suspected Protest Shooter Matthew Dolloff Had Valid Concealed Weapons PermitThe Elbert County Sheriff on Monday moved to cancel the concealed carry weapons permit of Matthew Dolloff, who is being held in the weekend shooting death in Denver of a 'Patriot' protester.
‘Heartbroken’: Emmalyn Nguyen Dies 14 Months After SurgeryThe Thornton teen underwent breast augmentation surgery in 2019 but never woke up.
Fired Aurora Police Officer Fighting For His Job BackA fire police officer, Levi Huffine, testified for more than an hour today in an attempt to get the Aurora Civil Service Commission to overturn his firing.
'Please Don't Let Me Die Back Here': Aurora Police Video Released Of Woman Cuffed, Hobbled In Back Of Patrol CarAurora's chief said bodycam video appears to show one of her former officers, Levi Huffine, "punishing" a female prisoner.
Erie HOA Homeowners Upset Over Sign OrdersHomeowners in the Erie Village subdivision say they are appalled and outraged that their management company ordered them to immediately remove their social activism yard signs or face financial penalties.
Inside Job Suspected In Six Figure American Legion Theft: 'It Hurts'Colorado's American Legion headquarters, which supports military veterans and their families, has been hit by a "significant" internal theft.
Mandatory Unpaid Furlough Days Planned For State Of Colorado Employees: 75% Will be Ordered To Take Two Days OffColorado state administrators are expected to announce unpaid furlough days for nearly 30,000 state employees, with an announcement likely coming this week from Gov. Jared Polis.
Aurora Police Investigating Officer Over Unwelcome Advance; Victim Says Invasion Of Privacy Left Her ‘Livid’A woman who witnessed a crime and gave officers her personal information says one of the officers used the information to contact her for a possible date.
Still Waiting On Your Unemployment Money? Make Sure You're Applying CorrectlyThe employment office says about 15% of unemployment claims haven't yet been paid, mainly due to common errors made by claimants.
Aurora Residents Feel Police Abandoned ThemAurora police say "standing down" multiple times was the right thing to do.
Exclusive: Student Files Lawsuit Against CSU Claiming It Failed To Take Appropriate Action On Sex Assault ClaimsA Colorado State University student is suing the university after she claims she was sexually assaulted by a wealthy donor while working as a waitress at football games last fall.
HOA Orders Lowry Residents In Denver To Remove Social Justice Yard SignsResidents of Denver's Lowry neighborhood are being ordered to remove yard signs pushing various social causes.
Former Buffalo Exchange Employees Describe Drugs, Harassment, Abuse At Stores In ColoradoA popular consignment store chain in the Denver metro abruptly closed this summer after dozens of sexual assault and harassment allegations surfaced on an Instagram account against one of the franchise owners, effectively putting 37 people out of work in the middle of a pandemic.
Residents Voice Concern, Support For Group Living ProposalDenver residents lined up to talk about proposed changes to group living situations at a planning board meeting.
Denver Neighbors Fired Up Over Proposal To Allow Halfway Houses In Any City NeighborhoodThousands of Denver residents are upset about proposed changes to Denver's group living rules.
Three Meeker Residents Have Been Sentenced For Poaching Elk In Moffat CountyThree residents of Meeker have been sentenced for poaching trophy elk in Moffat county last year.
Denver 911 Below National Standards For Quickly Answering Emergency Calls Three Years In A RowIn 2018, 69,871 emergency calls were not answered immediately. In 2019, 54,887 calls were not answered immediately. So far in 2020, 22,433 were not answered immediately, according to data obtained by CBS4 Investigates.
Commerce City Manager Resigns After Calling Mayor 'Unprofessional'Brian McBroom, the city manager for Commerce City since 2012, resigned in June, a month after filing a legal notice with the city that he might sue his city over the actions of Mayor Benjamin Huseman.
After Dire Budget Warnings, State Agencies Handed Out Double Digit RaisesA CBS4 investigation learned an array of state agencies handed out generous pay raises and hired six-figure workers weeks after state budget analysts issued dire warnings about a dramatic downturn.