Complaints for consumer fraud were up 50% in 2020, says CoPIRG. The consumer advocacy group joined Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser to share the top complaints from Coloradans.

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Permanent Memorial To King Soopers Shooting Victims To Be Built In BoulderThe community of Boulder will soon have a more permanent place to honor and remember the victims of the King Soopers grocery store shooting on March 22.
3 Indicted In 12 Armed Robberies At Home Depot, Harbor Freight And Other StoresThree men have been indicted in 12 armed robberies at Home Depot, Harbor Freight, Murdoch’s, Target and Big R Stores across the Denver metro area.
Power Outages Prompt Jeffco Public Schools To Close Evergreen, Conifer School BuildingsSeveral power outages in the mountain communities in Jefferson County have prompted the closure of school buildings in Evergreen and Conifer, according to an email sent out by Jeffco Public Schools.
Spring Snowstorm Causes Power Outages Friday MorningThe heavy spring snow broke branches and downed power lines, leaving thousands without power Friday morning. At 6 a.m., Xcel Energy reported about 6,400 customers without power across Colorado. About 3,400 of those are in the Denver metro area.
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Mission Ballroom Announces Return Of Indoor ConcertsTickets go on sale Friday morning for the Black Pumas in August and Marc Rebillet in September.
Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Using Verification Process In PhasesThose claimants will only need to verify their identity once they receive a request from the CDLE.
Loveland Police Chief Responds To Forceful Arrest Of 73-Year-Old With DementiaThe shoplifting arrest of Karen Garner, 73, happened on June 26, 2020.
UCHealth Plans For Possibility Of 3rd COVID Vaccine Dose Needed Within A YearUCHealth is already planning for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots.
Colorado Health Officials Determine Thousands Of First COVID Vaccine Doses Useless At Dr. Moma ClinicNow thousands are frustrated at the lack of communication from the state about rescheduling their COVID vaccines.
I-70 Traffic Moving Slowly After Several Crashes, Closures Due To Winter Driving ConditionsParts of I-70 west of Denver were closed intermittently Thursday due to snow, I-70 east of Denver was also closed due to snow.
Former Foster Youth Finds Comfort With New FamilyKatie wasn’t living the life she wanted, but she said she let it play out and now she has what she needed the most – people to rely on.
Aging Out Of The Foster Care System Without Support Can Be A Lonely LifeOrganizations like CASA and Raise the Future work to ease the transition that older teens face as they leave foster care.
Nearly $90,000 Raised During A Day For Wednesday's ChildColoradans gave generously to help children out of the foster care system and find loving homes.
Tickets To See Garth Brooks At Frontier Nights Sell Out In 1 HourTickets to see Garth Brooks perform during the Frontier Nights concert series went on sale at 9 a.m. Thursday and were gone in an hour.
New Jeffco Public Schools Superintendent Tracy Dorland Set To Start MondayTracy Dorland is set to officially take over the position on Monday.
Colorado Health Officials Focus On Vaccinating Younger PeopleColorado is in Phase 2 of the vaccination process, which has opened COVID vaccine availability to everyone age 16 and older.
Community Responds After Greenwood Village's 'The Villager' Publishes Satirical Article Some Consider OffensiveSome Asian American and Pacific Islander leaders are calling for a boycott of the paper.
Propane Tanks Big Concern At Homeless CampsDenver Fire has removed more than 9,500 pounds of liquid propane from homeless camps since January.
Loveland Police Respond To Federal Lawsuit Claiming 'Excessive Use Of Force' During Arrest Of 73-Year-Old WomanThe shoplifting arrest of Karen Garner, 73, happened on June 26, 2020.
An Air Force Veteran Has A New Car & A Fresh StartThe Veterans Community Project teamed up with Farmer Insurance and Gerber Collison & Glass to donate the vehicle to the veteran.
State Lawmakers Are Looking At A Bill That Would Require Ski Resorts To Release Information On Skier AccidentsThe bill would require resorts to share accidents that happen on the mountain and safety plans.

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