How Do Scammers Call You With Your Own Phone Number?Have you ever gotten a phone call from your own number? Or one that was just a few digits off? It’s the latest illegal scam to get you to answer your phone – neighborhood spoofing.
Your Favorite Website Could Be Blocked Under Proposed FCC ChangeThe days of equal access to the internet may be over.
FCC May Scrap Net Neutrality Rules Next MonthCritics say the move will "make the big bigger and the rich richer."
Colorado Suspends 911 Rulemaking Amid Safety, Rules DebateColorado utility regulators are postponing a plan to address 911 outages and security by expanding their authority over the emergency calls.
FCC Proposes $51 Million Fine For Company Ensnared In CBS4 InvestigationThe Federal Communications Commission plans to fine Total Call Mobile more than $51 million for systematically abusing and defrauding the government’s Lifeline program which was designed to provide cellphones and monthly wireless service to the needy and poor.
Woman Worried New Cellphone Tower Will Affect Son's Lifesaving Medical EquipmentA mother in Broomfield is leading the charge to stop a cellphone tower from being built at a church near the intersection of Sheridan and East Midway boulevards.
Skyrocketing Demand For Data Causes Lawmakers To Get InvolvedSen. Cory Gardner and FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai met in Denver on Saturday with communication and technology leaders to discuss the demand for data.
FCC Says Englewood's Dish Can't Use $3.3 Billion In Credits In Airwaves AuctionThe Federal Communications Commission said Monday that Dish Network Corp. can't apply $3.3 billion in small-business credits toward the purchase of airwaves it gained in a government auction.
FCC Commissioner 'Outraged' At What CBS4 Investigation Revealed About Free Phone ProgramFederal Communications Commission Commissioner Ajit Pai says a CBS4 probe of a government cellphone program revealed fraud, waste and abuse in the government’s Lifeline cellphone program that he called "shocking."
Denver Marijuana Radio Station Faces Hackers, FCC HurdleDenver’s first marijuana-themed radio station is fighting to stay on the airwaves, but not because of its controversial content.
DJ Gary Ganja Hopes To Hit New High With 'Music For Stoners'It claims to be the first radio station of its kind in the United States and it is getting a lot of different listeners.