Investigators Check Possible Saudi Link To Clements MurderDetectives have refocused attention on a Saudi man in the investigation into the murder of Colorado Prison Chief Tom Clements.
Used Cars Might Have Safety Issues You Don't Know AboutThere are millions of cars that are recalled each year. A 4 On Your Side Consumer Investigation looked at cars for sale on Craigslist and found thousands with open recalls.
Light Rail Prices In Denver: How Does Denver Compare?4 On Your Side Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks heard plenty of questions about how just how much it costs to ride light rail in the metro area, so she crunched the numbers to see how it compares to other major cities.
Try New Products, Samples For Free Just By Signing UpA lot of manufacturers want consumers to try their products and will even send out free samples to secure a customer. That idea is catching on and it's easier than ever to sign up online.
Parolee Accused Of Murder Escaped 6 Times, Released, Placed On Low SupervisionA 4 On Your Side Investigation has learned that a Colorado prison parolee who fled from parole and confessed to a murder in Lakewood, had a long history of such escapes but had still been placed on a comparatively low level of supervision by Colorado's Division of Parole.
Home Owners Can Challenge Property ValuationsCounty assessors around Colorado released their annual property valuations on Wednesday. Those figures are used to calculate how much homeowners and property owners will pay in property taxes.
Warning About Scammers Trying To Sweet Talk Personal Information From PeopleThe Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office issued a warning about scammers identifying themselves as County workers and trying to sweet talk people out of their personal information.
Bidding Wars Will Rise Along With Home PricesAre home prices going up too fast, and should buyers and sellers be worried? 4 On Your Side Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks found some answers because it all sounds too good on paper.
New Bills In Colorado Aim To Reign In Powerful HOAsOn Wednesday Republicans and Democrats at the state Capitol joined forces to announce a package of bills that they say will protect consumers from their HOAs.
Coloradans Becoming Popular Targets For Magazine ScamsMany Coloradoans have been billed hundreds of dollars for publications they never signed up for. 4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll talked to victims who say the endless harassment from bill collectors can get hostile.
Woman Who Lost Home In Crystal Fire Pens Book With Great AdviceAfter the wildfire devastation Colorado saw last year, 4 On Your Side Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks wondered what homeowners should be doing right now to protect themselves and their property.
Former Deaf School Principal Denies Allegations Of A Cover UpThe former principal of the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind denies allegations he covered up sexual abuse at the school.
Phone Company Can Help Stop Harassing CallsA Greeley woman was getting threatening phone calls until she was able to get her phone company to stop the calls.
Adams County Residents Complain About Utility Fee To CommissionersMore than 200 Adams County residents showed up at the County Commissioners meeting to protest a new stormwater utility fee.
Legislation Would Limit Credit Checks By EmployersThe Colorado legislature is considering a bill that would make it illegal for employers to use credit history against a job applicant.