A federal law crafted to fight the mob is giving marijuana opponents a new strategy in their battle to stop the expanding industry: racketeering lawsuits.
Regional utility Black Hills Corp. is buying natural gas provider SourceGas, which serves 425,000 customers in Nebraska, Arkansas, Colorado and Wyoming, for roughly $1.2 billion.
The bi-partisan bill was introduced Thursday and would protect banks from criminal prosecution when working with marijuana businesses.
The confederate flag won’t be flying at the South Carolina state capitol anymore, but at a store that sells flags in Littleton it’s flying out of the store.
A bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate would allow banks to do business with marijuana companies.
The future of the Colowyo Mine south of Craig in northwestern Colorado is still up in the air.
A baker in Lakewood who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple because he says it would violate his religious beliefs is asking the Colorado Court of Appeals for help.
Denver’s first marijuana-themed radio station is fighting to stay on the airwaves, but not because of its controversial content.
The building boom in Denver has the city seeing a huge spike in demand for permits for everything from water heaters to home additions. A typical permit takes four weeks, but CBS4 talked with a homeowner who has been waiting four months.
Frontier Airlines President Barry Biffle on Monday said the company has had challenges restructuring but is now on a path for 15 percent annual growth.