TOY DRIVE: Help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver this holiday season! (Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive)
Lawmaker Wants To Protect Coloradans From Arbritration ClausesA state lawmaker from Arapahoe County wants to get rid of binding arbitration clauses in consumer contracts.
Wells Fargo Says 3.5 Million Accounts Involved In ScandalThe scope of Wells Fargo's fake accounts scandal grew significantly on Thursday.
Homebuyers Get Help With Down Payments, MortgageHundreds of families in Denver and Aurora will be receiving assistance in buying a home thanks to a $4.8 million grant program.
Colorado Branch Played Big Role In The Wells Fargo Sales ScandalThe fraudulent account scandal at Wells Fargo has been making national headlines for months, with no end in sight. Now there's startling information about one branch in Colorado.
Scammed By Contractor, Homeowner Warns: 'Don't Pay Them Up Front'Anjie Julseth-Crosby has more questions than answers after she says a contractor scammed her out of $63,000.
Protesters Shut Down Downtown Wells Fargo Bank About 30 protesters shut down the Wells Fargo Bank in downtown Denver on Friday afternoon.
Protesters Disrupt Wells Fargo Lobby To Denounce Dakota Access PipelineProtesters disrupted business at the Wells Fargo bank in downtown Denver on Friday. They're upset that work has resumed on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Construction Vest Robber Targets Wells Fargo BankPolice in the Denver metro area have teamed up with the FBI and the Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force to search for a man wearing a construction vest who robbed a bank on Wednesday.
Sketch Released Of Robbery Suspect Who Shot Victim In The BackA man accused of robbing a man and shooting him in the back is on the run and police in would like help identifying him.
$7,000 Reward Offered For 'Wicked Wig Bandit' CaptureThe FBI is searching for the "Wicked Wig Bandit" who has held up five banks in the Denver metro area in the past month.
Former Employee: Wells Fargo Fraudulent Accounts Called 'Gaming'A former Wells Fargo employee says the pressure from the bank to meet aggressive sales goals was relentless. Employees even had a term for the practice.
Wells Fargo Fined $185 Million For Improper Account OpeningsCalifornia and federal regulators fined Wells Fargo a combined $185 million on Thursday, alleging the bank's employees illegally opened millions of unauthorized accounts for their customers in order to meet aggressive sales goals.

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