Colorado Attorney General’s Office

Felicity Spring struggled with threatening phone calls. (Credit: CBS)

Phone Company Can Help Stop Harassing Calls

A Greeley woman was getting threatening phone calls until she was able to get her phone company to stop the calls.

03/15/2013

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Supreme Court Refuses Chuck E. Cheese’s Killer’s Appeal

A Colorado judge can schedule the state’s first execution in 15 years after the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal from an inmate who killed four people at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in 1993.

02/19/2013

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Westminster Debt Settlement Firm, Owner Told To Pay $165,000

A Westminster debt settlement company and its owner have been ordered to pay $165,000 after the firm was accused of failing to follow Colorado regulations.

02/04/2013

The Open Door Mission in Fort Collins (credit: CBS)

Charity Ordered To Turn Over Operations To Denver Rescue Mission

A charity that feeds the homeless in Northern Colorado might have been using donations to line the pockets of its employees.

11/21/2012

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Woman Convicted In P.O.S.T. Exam Case

A woman accused of mishandling her duties as a proctor for Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training Exams, then lying about it, has been found guilty in connection with the case.

08/01/2012

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Gift Card Text Scam Sweeps Through Colorado

Texts offing $1,000 gifts cards may seem appealing, but officials warn they’re a scam.

07/10/2012

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No Call List Members Frustrated By Telemarketer Calls

4 On Your Side has been contacted by frustrated phone customers who keep getting telemarketer calls, even after they sign up on the No Call lists.

05/16/2012

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Denver Schools Investigating 2011 CSAP Results

Denver Public Schools is asking for an independent review of how certain schools in the district handled statewide tests last year.

05/15/2012

An image from Copter4 of the Lower North Fork Fire (credit: CBS)

AG: Wildfire Payment Bill Could Violate Colorado Law

The Colorado Attorney General’s office says a Republican bill to compensate victims of a deadly wildfire could violate a state constitutional provision aimed at preventing favoritism from lawmakers.

05/01/2012

Robert Dewey in court for his release hearing on Monday (credit: CBS)

Man Convicted In Mesa County Of Murder, Rape Freed By DNA Evidence

Robert Dewey was 33 when he went to prison for the 1994 rape and murder of a Palisade woman. The 51-year-old walked away free Monday, after new testing of DNA evidence pointed to someone else as the suspect.

04/30/2012

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