4 On Your Side
No car? No insurance? No problem. If you only need a vehicle occasionally, 4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll found a new service coming to Denver that lets people rent a ride by the minute.
An expectant mother on a Frontier Airlines flight that was forced to make a rapid descent says the ordeal sent her to the hospital, and afterwards the airline refused to give her a refund.
Buying new sports gear for the kids can be a budget buster. But there are ways around that with the Gear Grab.
A 65-year-old woman who says she lost her retirement savings to a Loveland psychic is now calling the psychic “a complete ripoff” and says she wants others to hear her story and avoid the mistakes she made.
4 On Your Side Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks has heard from homeowners and realtors who say they feel ripped off by sewer companies, so CBS4 went undercover to get to the bottom of this dirty business.
A Parker woman contacted Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks with a credit report mistake that had turned into a 4-year ordeal. Brooks was able to get the problem fixed.
With Denver homes selling nearly as soon as they hit the market, home inspectors are in high demand. But how do you know if your inspector is qualified to assess the safety of the home you want to buy?
Gov. John Hickenlooper gave his annual wildfire briefing with state and federal officials at Centennial Airport Thursday. It was also the time to ask questions about whether the protocol for wildfire resources had changed.
While local and state government agencies are curbing services, furloughing employees and laying off workers due to shrinking budgets, a 4 On Your Side Investigation found at the same time, taxpayers are shelling out millions of dollars to retiring workers for unused sick days.
Typically the rule of thumb when planting in Colorado is to wait until after Mother’s Day. That means many are getting ready to plant this weekend.