Changes Underway For Temporary Registration TagsA change is underway to temporary registration permits in Colorado.
New Temporary License Plates Designed To Curb CounterfeitingFor the past 13 years the State of Colorado has issued temporary license plates that were made of paper and posted on back windows of newly purchased vehicles, but a CBS4 investigation found temporary tag fraud is widespread.
Coloradoans Get Tax Refunds, DelaysColorado taxpayers can expect to get at least a little bit of money back this year, but the refunds could be delayed by security measures.
Senate Panel Kills 21st Century Open Records BillA Republican-led state Senate committee has voted to defeat a bill to modernize Colorado's open records law.
Revenues From Marijuana Tax In Colorado Growing At Astounding RateMarijuana tax revenues are on pace to shatter the total Colorado took in the last fiscal year.
Colorado Revenue: Taxpayers Need To Be Patient On ReturnsColorado officials are carefully reviewing tax returns after seeing an increase in fraud, meaning taxpayers might have to wait longer than usual for refunds, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Drug Traffickers Seek Safe Haven Amid Legal MarijuanaSeeking a safe haven in Colorado's legal marijuana marketplace, illegal drug traffickers are growing weed among the state's sanctioned pot warehouses and farms, then covertly shipping it elsewhere and pocketing millions of dollars from the sale.
Battle Looming Over Colorado Immigrant Driver's LicensesColorado immigrant advocates frustrated over long waiting periods for people who want driver's licenses regardless of their legal status vowed to pressure lawmakers in the coming months to free up money so the program can meet demand.
Odometer Rollbacks Common With Used Cars In ColoradoThe used car market is big in Colorado and with that comes the potential of odometer fraud for consumers. Colorado ranks top 10 in the nation for having the most cars with odometer rollbacks, which translates to nearly 20,000 vehicles on the road.
ID Theft, Fraud Ring Busted, AG Says Nearly $1 Million StolenA 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.
Colorado Revenue Department Sees Increase In FraudConcerns about fraud have led to what the Colorado Department of Revenue called a major undertaking to change the way it issues some tax refunds this year.
Turbo Tax Stops Processing State Tax ReturnsTurbo Tax has stopped processing Colorado tax returns because of fraudulent filings.