The annual 4/20 marijuana rally is this weekend in Denver and one city councilman is worried not only about that “grass,” but also the grass in Civic Center Park.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers told CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger the so-called free offers of marijuana are a clear violation of the letter and intent of Amendment 64.
Some members of the city council argue that while the majority of Denver voters said yes to the amendment, it was in an effort to decriminilize small amounts. Their intentions may not have been to have a marijuana store in their neighborhood.
Bargain hunters will soon begin staking tents outside the Sports Authority Sports Castle in downtown Denver for their annual SNIAGRAB sale. This will occur again this year despite a camping ban in city limits.
Denver Parks and Recreation showed off the historic Washington Park boathouse to the public on Saturday. It was the grand reopening for the landmark which has undergone a major rehabilitation.
A Denver city councilman is raising questions about the funding for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless after it has asked the council for increased funding for the third time this year.
A battle over Denver City Council redistricting has council members taking issue that some feel has turned racial.
At least one member of the Denver City Council says the money being spent on law enforcement to oversee the Occupy Denver protests could be used in other parts of the city.
New shots are fired in the proposed move of the National Western Stock Show. Denver city leaders are lining up, preparing to block a plan to move the event to Aurora.
There’s a new push to stop homeless people from camping out on the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver.