Phishing scam diverts more than $40,000 from Denver Public Schools
DENVER -- A computer hacking scam has made $40,000 of direct deposit money for Denver Public Schools employees disappear. Internet thieves are suspected of stealing the funds that were intended to pay the school district staff The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is investigating the crime, according to DPS. Investigators are trying to learn who, behind the privacy of a computer screen, funneled the money from direct deposit paychecks into an unauthorized account.