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ID Theft, Fraud Ring Busted, AG Says Nearly $1 Million Stolen

A major identity theft and fraud ring has been busted after stealing nearly $1 million. The Colorado Attorney General’s Office says the elaborate scam set up phony businesses and then created employees for the businesses who filed for unemployment benefits.


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Good Question: How Does The Death Penalty Work In Colorado?

How does the death penalty work in Colorado?


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Man Charged With Assault On Parole Officers In Aurora

A suspect has been charged in an incident involving parole officers attempting to check on a parolee in Aurora.


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State Parole Officer Shoots, Injures Man In Apartment

Police in Aurora are investigating a shooting involving parole officers with the Colorado Department of Corrections.


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Colorado Springs Voters Choosing Mayor In Runoff Election

It’s the final day for voters in Colorado Springs to drop off ballots in the city’s runoff mayoral election.


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Man Who Shot At Police With AK-47 Gets 700+ Year Sentence

A judge in Douglas County on Friday sentenced a convicted felon who shot at 27 police officers to more than 700 years in prison.


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Colorado Springs Mayor’s Race Goes To Runoff Election

A runoff election next month will determine who will be the next mayor of Colorado Springs.


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Former Sheriff Pat Sullivan To Be Released From Prison Wednesday

CBS4 has learned that former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan will be paroled from prison Wednesday, several weeks before his mandatory release date.


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Officer Who Killed Unarmed Suspect Has Yet To Tell Full Story

The police officer who shot and killed a career criminal who cut off his ankle tracking monitor has retained a lawyer and has not yet told his full story.


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Colorado Prisons Make Small Profit From Inmate Work Program

Colorado prisons are making big profits from charging inmates for phone calls and other personal items, but they’re struggling to break even from shops run by inmate labor.



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