Sweetheart Scams: They Steal Your Heart, Then Your MoneyThey steal your heart then drain your bank account. The Colorado Attorney General says thousands of people become victims to online sweetheart scams, on average, losing $10,000 per victim.
Lawmakers Deny AG Office's Budget Request Following Fracking LawsuitColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has filed a lawsuit against the City of Boulder to lift its moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, and now state lawmakers are not allowing more funding for her office.
Lawmaker Says Colorado Attorney General Acting For Oil, Gas IndustryA Democratic state lawmaker on Friday accused Republican Attorney General Cynthia Coffman of acting "at the behest of oil and gas companies" when she threatened to sue Boulder County over its moratorium on oil and gas drilling.
Woman Claims Car Was Hit By Plow, CDOT Refuses ReimbursementA Colorado woman says a Colorado Department of Transportation snowplow driver struck her vehicle during a snow storm last month and the state will not pay for the damage.
Possible Fraud Investigated In Connection With Minimum Wage InitiativeThe state attorney general's office is investigating possible fraud in connection with another ballot initiative.
AG Action Forces 123 Mountain To Halt Internet SalesA Summit County judge has forbidden Colorado outdoor retailer 123Mountain from selling its products online.
Officials Advise People To Steer Clear Of Romance Scams This Valentine's DayThe Colorado Attorney General’s Office is warning people who are looking for love online. Investigators say that swindlers are targeting dating sites in what are known as "sweetheart scams."
Once The Focus Of A CBS4 Investigation, Westwood College No Longer Accepting New StudentsA college that was the focus of a CBS4 investigation has stopped taking new students.
Daily Fantasy Sports Betting Banned In New York, Is Colorado Next?Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman hasn’t decided if daily fantasy sports leagues must stop operating in the state.
Hickenlooper Tests AG Coffman's Power To Sue Federal GovernmentGov. John Hickenlooper asked the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule that he, not the state's attorney general, has the final say on whether to sue the federal government.
IRS Scam Targeting Vulnerable Segment Of The CommunityThe IRS scam netted $14 million dollars since 2013 making it one of the most proliferated scams to date. Now law enforcement says that the scammers are targeting a particularly vulnerable segment of the community.
EPA Workers Had No Way To Get Word Out After Toxic SpillMembers of a federal cleanup crew were initially trapped and unable to warn downstream communities that they had accidentally unleashed toxic waste water from a Colorado gold mine.
Preliminary Injunction Requested By Colorado AG Against College America DeniedA Denver district court judge has denied the request for a preliminary injunction requested by the Colorado attorney general in a lawsuit against College America.
Attorney General Piles On More Complaints Against College AmericaColorado's attorney general is adding to its list of complaints in a lawsuit against a chain of private colleges along the Front Range. It's suing College America over what is claimed to be advertising designed to mislead prospective students.
Boobies Rock! Founder Ordered to Pay $5 Million In FinesA judge has ordered a Colorado man accused of running a fraudulent national breast cancer charity to return $1.89 million in gross receipts and pay $4 million in civil penalties.