Colorado Attorney General’s Office
The improving economy is giving Colorado lawmakers the power to restore budget cuts from recent years. But don’t expect both parties to widely agree on next year’s spending plan as the Senate debates the budget.
A Greeley woman was getting threatening phone calls until she was able to get her phone company to stop the calls.
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.
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.
A charity that feeds the homeless in Northern Colorado might have been using donations to line the pockets of its employees.
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.
Texts offing $1,000 gifts cards may seem appealing, but officials warn they’re a scam.
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.
Denver Public Schools is asking for an independent review of how certain schools in the district handled statewide tests last year.
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.