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Feds Shut Down Accused Tech Support ScammerThe Federal Trade Commission has reached a tentative agreement with a Green Valley Ranch man which calls for him to stop pushing a so called ‘tech support scam’ and agree to a judgment against him in the amount of $547,087.
1 Shot, Police Search For 3 SuspectsPolice in Denver are searching for three suspects wanted in a shooting.
Car Drivers Through Garage Into BackyardA driver took a car right on through the garage into the backyard.
2nd Man Sentenced In Taxi Driver MurderThe second man convicted in the murder of a taxi driver was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Friday.
Ramifications For Participants In 'A Day Without Immigrants'The company owner who fired more than 30 employees who missed work on A Day Without Immigrants is offering them their jobs back.
Lifelong Teacher Honored With School DedicationA new school was dedicated on Monday that honored a lifelong teacher in Denver.
Top State Executive Fired, CBI Investigating Alleged EmbezzlementCBS4 has learned the Colorado Department of Transportation has fired one of its top executives amidst concerns he stole thousands of dollars through the use of CDOT purchasing cards.
Man Sentenced To 48 Years In Prison For Killing Taxi DriverA man who plead guilty to killing a taxi driver last year will spend 48 years in prison.
Suspect In Fatal Shooting Has Long History With PolicePolice have made an arrest in a deadly shooting at a home in Denver's Green Valley Ranch neighborhood that occurred early Sunday morning.
Police: No Threat To Neighborhood After 1 Shot DeadPolice said there was no threat to the public after a man was shot and killed inside a home early Sunday morning.
Von Miller Congratulates Students On 'National Blue Ribbon School'Super Bowl MVP Von Miller visited students at Green Valley Ranch High School on Wednesday.
Residents, Hotel Guests Suffer Sleepless Nights Thanks To DIA TrainThe blaring horns from RTD’s A Line trains are causing a lot of aggravation in Northeast Denver. The new train to the airport runs 22 hours a day and must blow its horn at every intersection along the way, day or night.

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