Attorney General Says Roofing & Home Repair Scams On The Rise In ColoradoHailstorms have caused billions of dollars' worth of damage in Colorado. But having coverage doesn't mean you're protected from roofing companies doing questionable work.
Colorado's 'Largest And Most Complex Heroin Bust' Nets 34 As Use Of The Drug ThrivesState, federal agents and prosecutors say they have arrested 34 people in a heroin distribution sweep that resulted in 57 state and federal indictments.
BBB Releases Top Complaints, Coloradans Prove To Be ProactiveIt is National Consumer Protection Week, and the Colorado Attorney General's Office took the chance to unveil its annual list of the top ten consumer complaints.
Denver Police, Feds Raid Marijuana Grow OperationsAuthorities seized as much as $1 million in cash and thousands of marijuana plants from several properties in the Denver area that were searched Tuesday as part of an investigation into an illegal pot operation.
Colorado AG Race Spotlights Legal Approach To Gay MarriageColorado will pick a new attorney general for the first time in 10 years - and nothing shows the distinction between the candidates like the legal journey of gay marriage in the state.
Massive Meth Bust In Colorado Involved Selling Out Of Taco TruckAuthorities have made one of the largest-ever single methamphetamine busts in Colorado history.
Colorado Supreme Court Considers Juvenile Life SentencesThe Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in cases that will determine the fate of 50 people who were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for crimes committed when they were children.
Group Threatens To Sue Colorado Over River FlowsAn environmental group is threatening to sue Colorado, saying its management of water in the San Luis Valley is putting New Mexico's stretch of the Rio Grande at risk.
New Colorado Program Aimed At Teen Prescription Drug AbuseThe group that brought edgy ads to television and billboards in an effort to reduce meth abuse is bringing that same approach to a statewide effort to prevent teen prescription drug abuse.
USB Drive With Personal Information For Thousands Of State Workers Is MissingA state employee lost a USB drive with the Social Security numbers and home addresses of nearly 19,000 workers while transporting it between work locations.
Wrongly Convicted Colorado Man Could Get $1.2MA Mesa County man who inspired a new law compensating the wrongly convicted is nearing a monetary settlement with the state.
Statewide Grand Jury Indicts Marijuana ProvidersA Colorado statewide grand jury has indicted 12 people on charges of defrauding investors and running an illegal medical marijuana growing operation.