Unwanted Telephone Calls Tops List of Consumer ComplaintsThe Colorado Attorney General’s Office released its top 2012 consumer complaints.
T-Mobile Might Ditch 2-Year Contract Requirement, Others May FollowTechies and bloggers are abuzz at the prospect of T-Mobile getting rid of its requirement for two-year phone contract.
'Tabbedout' App Helps Pay Restaurant Bill, Avoid Credit Theft A new smartphone app may help reduce the chances of identity and credit card theft and simplify the dining out experience.
Scam Claims Mail Recipient Won ‘Mega Lottery’A woman's savings is safe now, but only after she contacted CBS4 about what she thought was a scam.
Customer Complains About Smaller Soda SizeA customer complains that large sodas at McDonald’s are getting smaller.
Free Tax Offer Ends Up Costing One TaxpayerA CBS4 viewer contacted 4 On Your Side when she was told she qualified for free tax preparation but then ended up having to pay.
BBB Study Finds Bad Advertising In Air Duct Cleaning IndustryThe Denver/Boulder Better Business Bureau finds faulty advertising among air duct cleaners.
Colorado Homeowners Are Seeing Benefit of National Mortgage SettlementNew reports out about the National Mortgage Settlement show Colorado consumers are seeing some results.
Report: 36 Percent Of Seafood Sold In Denver MislabeledLarge amounts of seafood being sold in grocery stores and other venues in Denver are mislabeled as something else, according to a new report.
2 Psychics Arrested, 3rd SoughtOne Denver psychic has been convicted of theft, a second was arrested this month in California and Denver prosecutors are still seeking to arrest a third psychic accused of convincing clients she was a "witch doctor."
Suspended DPS Administrator 'Doing These Things For A Long Time' Says Former WorkerThe Denver Public Schools administrator suspended for allegedly accepting kickbacks had been engaged in unethical behavior "for a long time," according to a former DPS employee.
Doctor Review Websites Remain A Growing IndustryWe turn to the web for restaurant reviews and vacation referrals, but doctor review sites are statistically not yet making the grade.
Former Worker: Suspended DPS Administrator Accepted Kickbacks 'For A Long Time'The Denver Public Schools administrator suspended for allegedly accepting kickbacks had been engaged in unethical behavior "for a long time," according to a former DPS employee.
DPS Administrator On Leave, Corruption Investigation Under WayCBS4 has learned that the Denver Public Schools deputy chief information officer has been placed on leave as the school district investigates allegations that he accepted bribes and kickbacks in exchange for awarding lucrative contracts to vendors.
DNS Services Letter Is A Solicitation, Not An InvoiceBusinesses are getting a letter that looks like an invoice, but rather is a solicitation. 4 On Your Side Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks looked into it.