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Past articles by Jaclyn:

Hospital delivers Ukrainian refugee's baby free of charge

Stories of the war in Ukraine can make us all feel helpless, but stories like Ksennia's show we can help one family at a time. → Read More

Murder victim's family writes book to keep her memory alive

The family of a Colorado murder victim reached out to Contact Denver7 to help keep her memory alive and keep the killer behind bars. → Read More

"My prescription was in purgatory:" Pharmacy staff shortages leave Coloradans without medicine

It's a worker shortage that could be bad for your health. Our Contact Denver7 team keeps hearing from people desperate to get the medicine they need but struggling to get prescriptions filled. → Read More

Douglas County teachers say they feel threatened, betrayed after absent teacher names nearly released

Some Douglas County teachers who wanted their voices heard now say they have a target on their backs. → Read More

Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office defends delayed notification after stolen car found

No one likes paying for towing storage, but add insult to injury if it's to get back your stolen car. → Read More

Contact Denver7 getting results: Mastercraft Exteriors owner pays back named victims with interest

DENVER — A Colorado roofer facing felony charges after a Denver7 exposé has now paid back all of his named victims. In January 2020, Contact Denver7 started digging into Mastercraft Exteriors after more than a dozen people said they paid thousands for work that never happened. The company's owner, Brett Ehret, was then hit with several felony charges. Those charges were recently dropped as part… → Read More

Unvaccinated Denver woman turned away from getting the COVID-19 shot after records error

It's supposed to be easy to get the vaccine, right? Not for everyone. A Denver woman was turned away because of a records mistake, but no one would believe her or help... except Contact Denver7. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine cards: Should you laminate it? What happens if you lose it? Here's what you should know.

Questions have been coming in to Contact Denver7 about protecting cards, losing cards and laminating cards, so we are taking a shot at those concerns to give you some answers. → Read More

Pandemic leaves Colorado children behind on vaccinations

We have been hearing plenty about the COVID vaccine lately, but it's all the other vaccines that are Colorado pediatricians are concerned about right now, especially as children return to classrooms. → Read More

Aurora woman charged $5,700 for cup of coffee at Gaylord Rockies

Contact Denver7 is getting results for an Aurora woman who was mistakenly charged $5,705.70 for a cup of coffee the Gaylord Rockies Hotel on Christmas Eve. For two months, she said her bank and the hotel have not been able to resolve the issue. → Read More

Colorado woman organize Facebook group to get money back from Facebook group

A group of Colorado women thought they’d found a local Facebook Group with great deals, but they say the woman running it took their money and disappeared. Now, they are banding together on a new Facebook group to try to get their money back or get justice. → Read More

Deposit drama: Corporate apartment managers accused of predatory practices

Contact Denver7 is getting results after a major apartment management group is accused of a predatory practice during a pandemic. → Read More

Self storage practices examined during pandemic

During the pandemic, Contact Denver7 found that hundreds of storage units are up for auction as people struggle to pay rent. Consumer Investigator Jaclyn Allen exposed the problem, and now she is looking for solutions. → Read More

Denver man gets toll charges for broken down car

A Denver man knew he couldn't possibly be responsible for the toll fees piling up in his mailbox, but he said he could not reach a real person at E-470 to listen to what he had to say. At least, not until Contact Denver7 got involved. → Read More

'Xcel' scammers cash in on fear of cold, pandemic

This cold and the pandemic have provided a window of opportunity for con artists to crawl through. → Read More

Women report challenges getting name change during pandemic

Women know. Getting your name changed can be a hassle even in the best of circumstances. In a pandemic, it's proven just about impossible for one woman who is reaching out to Contact Denver7. → Read More

Family begs for vaccine for 93-year-old WWII veteran

Contact Denver7 is hearing from so many seniors 70 and over frustrated they haven't been able to get the vaccine. Now, the state is responding with a new hot line, but one Centennial family says it's not enough for desperate seniors begging for answers. → Read More

Denver tow business Park It Right refuses to return car to owner, despite judge's order

Contact Denver7 has been calling out tow companies for what critics call predatory towing during the pandemic. Now, one company is ignoring a judge's order to return a car they "unlawfully towed." → Read More

Still waiting: Stimulus payments late, partial or not coming

The second round of stimulus payments came with half as much cash, but for some, even more problems. Many would-be recipients have been reaching out to Contact Denver7, saying they have been held in check. → Read More

Littleton father, daughter promote paired donation after successful kidney transplants

Most parents would do anything for their children, even donate an organ. So when a Littleton father found out he was not a match for his teenaged daughter who needed a kidney, he did not let that stop him. → Read More