Protected health information from the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing was unintentionally mailed to the wrong people, the department announced on Monday.
A Missouri father and son face federal charges accusing them of defrauding farmers, including some in Colorado, out of about $860,000 in a hay-selling scheme that spanned several states.
Oregon authorities are searching for the woman they’ve dubbed the “Military Mistress,” saying she and her husband have been writing fraudulent checks in Colorado and two other states.
Concerns 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.
The first clue it was a scam was the caller’s sense of humor. “We know government has no sense of humor,” Tom Logan said.
Two executives at a Greenwood Village-based company are facing multiple charges for allegedly claiming their predictive software takes the risk out of trading stocks.
Police in Denver would like the public’s help identifying a woman suspected of theft from a vehicle, forgery, fraud and identity theft.
A former Denver Public Schools counselor claims she was fired for blowing the whistle after uncovering fraudulent activity within the school system.
A Colorado Army National Guard soldier made a trip to court Tuesday morning as part of a fraud investigation. He is one of several charged with receiving tens of thousands of dollars they didn’t deserve.
Greeley police have arrested two men believed to be involved with three recent auto thefts, an armed robbery and fraud.