We have a warning for anyone looking to take care of Department of Motor Vehicles paperwork online. Impostor DMV websites are popping up designed to take your personal information and even your money.
These women are a part of a nationwide movement of more than 80,000 women online claiming the same thing: they got implants and years later they’re facing health challenges.
Does it seem like you are getting more and more robocalls and spam calls at home? Well, you’re probably right. In 2018 more than 5 million complaints were made to the Federal Trade Commission about robocalls and telemarketers.
State issues formal “warning” to Colorado Springs plumbing company with ties to Wellness Walk-In Tubs
The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) has issued a formal warning against Colorado Springs-based company Jolly Plumbing and Heating. News 5 Investigates uncovered the business has ties to Wellness Walk-In Tubs, a shower and tub remodeling company at the center of several News 5 investigative reports.
A local police department admits that one of its officers made a “potential error” that resulted in a diabetic man going to jail and losing his driver’s license for a crime he didn’t commit.
As the deer population continues to expand, wildlife officials say some of our neighbors are making things worse. It’s against the law to feed wildlife in Colorado, that includes deer. But that’s not stopping people from breaking the law.
We have a problem with the deer population, but no one seems to have a clear solution. Investigative Reporter Patrick Nelson spent two months working with wildlife officials to track the urban deer herds in the Colorado Springs area and beyond.
More unhappy customers are coming forward alleging Wellness Walk-In Tubs did sub par work without proper permits. A local father with a terminally ill 7-year-old told the licensing board that poor plumbing work could have electrocuted his daughter.
It can be difficult to find an apartment in Colorado Springs. The experts will tell you the market is tight. The latest survey shows there’s only a 5% vacancy rate with roughly 2,000 apartments available.
The Fremont County Department of Human Services describes Melody Milam was as “predator” who used her relationship to profit off of an elderly man with dementia. DHS presented their evidence to law enforcement, but News 5 Investigates has received conflicting information about what happened to the case file after learning the case was not presented to the District Attorney’s Office for review.
Time and time again car chases involving law enforcement have proven to be dangerous and costly, with suspects leaving behind a wake of destruction in our southern Colorado communities.
Colorado DMV orders driver with alleged diabetic episode to install breathalyzer in car for two years
Melvin Thurber spent time in jail, temporarily lost his license and now has to drive with a breathalyzer for a crime he didn’t commit.
Build without pulling permits? Regional Building demands answers from owner of Wellness Walk-In Tubs
The owner of Wellness Walk-In Tubs is scheduled to appear in front of the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department’s licensing committee Wednesday following a customer-driven complaint.
Pueblo contractor Joe Pacheco was supposed to be sentenced this week for ripping off multiple homeowners, but the judge delayed his sentencing until next month. Pacheco pleaded guilty in March to felony theft charges after taking money for home renovation projects he didn’t complete.
Are you planning on going to a summer concert? How about a big playoff game? News 5 Investigates uncovers the bigger the event, the bigger the risk for being ripped off, or missing the event completely. The technology has evolved so much when it comes to buying tickets.