Buds Bring In More Than $1 Billion In ColoradoColorado dispensaries sold more than $1 billion worth of pot in 2016, according to the Colorado Department of Revenue. It includes both medical and recreational sales.
Busiest DMV Office Closing, MovingCBS4 has learned that Colorado’s busiest DMV office is closing at the end of March and relocating to another location about 7 miles away.
Colorado Regulators Deny Cannabis Consumption In Denver BarsState regulators delivered a blow to supporters of social marijuana use in the city of Denver.
Opponents Say Barring Pot Use In Denver Businesses UnwiseOpponents of a state ruling that would prevent bars and many restaurants in Denver from offering on-site marijuana consumption said the ruling would overturn a law approved by voters and force people to sneak around.
Buying A Used Car? Better Take Some PrecautionsA CBS4 investigation has found cars under recall, sometimes with serious safety issues, are for sale on Colorado used car lots.
New Guidelines Now In Effect For Marijuana Products In ColoradoAs of Oct.1 new guidelines are in effect for medical and recreational pot products.
New Rules Make Marijuana Packaging Safer, Less Appealing To KidsNew rules for packaging of both medical and retail marijuana products go into effect Oct. 1. The new packaging requirements have been designed to make the packages safer for adults and less appealing to children.
Is Censoring Vanity License Plates A Violation Of Free Speech?CBS4 has found there are thousands of combinations of letters and numbers that are banned for vanity plates. Some are claiming it should be considered a violation of free speech.
Changes Underway For Temporary Registration TagsA change is underway to temporary registration permits in Colorado.
New Temporary License Plates Designed To Curb CounterfeitingFor the past 13 years the State of Colorado has issued temporary license plates that were made of paper and posted on back windows of newly purchased vehicles, but a CBS4 investigation found temporary tag fraud is widespread.
Coloradoans Get Tax Refunds, DelaysColorado taxpayers can expect to get at least a little bit of money back this year, but the refunds could be delayed by security measures.
Senate Panel Kills 21st Century Open Records BillA Republican-led state Senate committee has voted to defeat a bill to modernize Colorado's open records law.