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'Your Business Model Sucks. I Hope It Burns': Fear & Loathing In Real Estate

By Brian Maass

DENVER (CBS4) – Rocks thrown through windows, cars keyed and furious voicemails. The CEO of a startup Denver real estate company says that’s some of the collateral damage of his business model after five years. 678 more words

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E Investigates Stories Of Survival Online Virtual Animal Games

E investigates stories of survival online virtual animal games

Free Animal Shelter games for Play Massive Multiplayer Online Games! Compete and Use your mouse to select animals and whether to give Welcome to the official website for Ubisoft, Virtual Reality Games. 367 more words

Coloradans Pay Millions Annually To Jail Illegal Immigrants

By Brian Maass and Mark Ackerman

DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado taxpayers paid more than $522 million to imprison illegal immigrants convicted of crimes over the past 20 years, according to a CBS4 investigation. 592 more words

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Callers To Denver's 911 Center Forced To Spend Minutes On Hold

By Brian Maass and Mark Ackerman

DENVER (CBS4) – Thousands of callers to Denver’s 911 system in the last year have been placed on hold for more than a minute and a half — sometimes as long as three minutes — before reaching a live operator, according to a CBS4 investigation. 705 more words

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Jury Awards Former Escort $1.7 Million For Invasion Of Privacy

By Brian Maass

DENVER (CBS4) – A Denver district court jury awarded a former escort $1.7 million in damages last month after concluding that one of her clients, a high end Denver attorney, was guilty of outrageous conduct and invading the woman’s privacy by “outing” her to her family, friends and colleagues. 1,195 more words

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Denver Sheriff Commanders Face Hearings In Preferential Treatment Investigation

By Brian Maass

DENVER (CBS4) – Two top commanders at the Denver Sheriff Department face disciplinary hearings Thursday afternoon into how they handled the jailing last September of Jamie Webb, granddaughter of former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and niece of Denver’s Manager of Safety, Stephanie O’Malley. 456 more words

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Mountain Transient And Homeless Campsites Lead To Fire Danger

By Rick Sallinger

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – Two large fires in two years have been blamed on transients living in the foothills of Boulder County. They build campfires for warmth and cooking, but then they get out of hand. 596 more words

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