Skiers, Boarders Donating Used Goggles To Health Care WorkersThey say the goggles are better than nothing when it comes to protecting themselves against coronavirus.
Coronavirus Shutdown Causes Drop In Colorado Child Abuse ReportingThe shutdown has caused a domino effect, leading to fewer child abuse cases getting reported, CBS4 has learned. That's because there are fewer eyes on children right now, since they're staying at home for school and aren't attending any after-school activities.
Colorado Doctor Prescribing Controversial Hydroxychloroquine To Patients: 'They’re Drowning'A Denver family physician has been prescribing a controversial medication to his patients, sick with coronavirus, and believes it is yielding positive results.
Denver Homeless Advocates Call For Help During Coronavirus PandemicHomeless advocacy groups are calling on Gov. Jared Polis to take several steps to help Denver's homeless.
Call Center Ordered To Close After Forcing Employees To Come To Work During Stay-At-Home OrderThe Larimer County Department of Public Health and Environment tells CBS4 it has ordered Qualfon, a call center, to either close or have employees work from home after it received "dozens of complaints" about the company staying open.
Denver Emergency Room Doctor Fears Teams & Staff Are In A Dangerous SpotAn emergency room doctor in Denver thinks there is high likelihood he and other doctors will all eventually contract the virus.
Army Corps Of Engineers Evaluates Vacant Medical BuildingsThose buildings could be used as makeshift hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Talks Stay At Home Order, Negative Coronavirus TestDenver's mayor says the city is preparing for the aftermath of the pandemic.
Mike Farley Dies Of CoronavirusFamily and friends describe Mike Farley, 87, a Denver attorney, as “one of the good ones,” a man of compassion, integrity and humor. He died Monday of COVID-19 at Swedish Medical Center.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Two More Workers At Denver International Airport Test PositiveCBS4 has learned two non-city employees working at Denver International Airport have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Health Care Industry Resorts To 'Back Alley Deals' To Get PPEPersonal Protective Equipment is at an all-time high demand and supplies are low due to coronavirus.
E.R. Doctor Says Hospital Supplies Being RationedDr. Jane Jenab, a Denver-based emergency room physician, warned on Wednesday of area hospitals already rationing vital medical equipment for healthcare workers.
Denver Residents Upset Over Parking Enforcement During Coronavirus PandemicDue to the coronavirus pandemic, Denver announced that parking meter enforcement is lifted until Thursday morning at 8 a.m., so meters are free, albeit for a short time.
One Doctor Says Fighting Coronavirus Means Act NowHe says now is the time to take personal responsibility or face devastating consequences.
Some Take Advantage Of Shortage Of Hand Sanitizer, Toilet PaperThe coronavirus has so many stocking up, some are taking advantage of the short supply.
Special Investigator Says Mistakes Were Made With Aurora Police Officer Nate MeierNate Meier was found drunk and unconscious while on duty.
District Attorney Comments After 2nd Aurora Police Officer Escaped DUI ChargeA female Aurora Police officer apparently drove to work drunk in December 2019, appeared to co-workers to be intoxicated, blew a .138 on a portable breath test an hour after arriving, but never faced a criminal DUI investigation.
How Low-Income Housing Inspections Fail To Protect ColoradansToxic mold, pest infestations, and electrical hazards are just a few of the problems discovered in Denver’s taxpayer-subsidized apartments, according to a CBS4 Investigates analysis of federal housing inspection records. CBS4 Investigates also found also found many apartments that have failed inspections were not fined for exposing low-income families to unsafe conditions in the home. Click the link to check for the inspection report of your apartment complex.
Terrell Jones, Suspected Shooter, Arrested In Graham Murder CaseAfter almost 11 years of investigation, Arapahoe County authorities have arrested Terrell Jones, the 26-year-old man who they believe shot and killed Andrew Graham while trying to rob him in November 2009.
Suspected Shooter Arrested In Graham Murder CaseAfter almost 11 years of investigation, Arapahoe County authorities have arrested Terrell Jones, the 26-year-old man who they believe shot and killed Andrew Graham while trying to rob him in November 2009.
Mark Ryan Pleads Guilty To Choking NurseAn anesthesiologist accused of choking a nurse during a 2018 outburst at Skyridge Medical Center pleaded guilty Monday morning to a felony assault charge of strangulation and a misdemeanor assault charge. Dr. Mark R. Ryan will be sentenced in June.
Plastic Surgeon Gets Probation For Controversial Breast Implant ProcedureDr. Geoffrey Kim admitted to unprofessional conduct in the case of Emmalyn Nguyen.
Great Hall Debacle: DIA Paying Lawyer Nearly $1,000 Per HourA CBS4 investigation has learned that Denver International Airport is paying one lawyer $900 per hour to look into the stalled Great Hall project.
Denver Fire Chief Resigns After 2nd Gala Deemed InappropriateEric Tade will continue to work with the Denver Fire Department in a different capacity.