Police are warning people about people going door-to-door selling magazines, especially in small towns in Colorado.
A Denver-area mother who wrote a check for nearly $400 to a door-to-door salesman who was selling meat says her story should be a warning for people in similar circumstances.
Fort Collins is one step closer to ending its ban on door-to-door sales. After a federal lawsuit from a dairy, the city council gave preliminary approval to allowing companies to sell door to door.
For more than seven decades it’s been illegal for companies to go door-to-door to solicit business in Fort Collins, but it looks like that ban is about to go away to bring the city in line with other communities and possibly end an expensive federal lawsuit.