Kratom Back On Store Shelves Despite 'Dangerous' DEA DesignationThe Drug Enforcement Agency is asking for public input on medical uses and effects of kratom, just weeks after the agency said it intended on making the substance illegal.
Denver To Lift Ban On KratomDenver’s Department of Environmental Health plans to lift its ban on the drug kratom, just weeks after ordering shops across the metro area to stop selling kratom products.
DEA: Kratom Ban 'Not A Matter Of If, But When'Amid protests and pressure from Congress, the Drug Enforcement Agency has not yet labeled the drug kratom, a Schedule I drug.
DEA Plans To Ban Kratom, Calls Drug 'Imminent Threat'The Drug Enforcement Agency is expected to ban a drug that’s been growing in popularity in Colorado on Friday. The DEA will classify kratom as a Schedule I drug on par with marijuana and heroin.
Raids In Southern Colorado Net More Than 22,000 Pounds Of PotMore than 22,000 pounds of marijuana has been seized in raids on residences in Southern Colorado.
Authorities Take Down Major Heroin Ring In Denver Metro AreaAuthorities announced a major heroin ring bust that was operating around Denver. On Tuesday, they revealed how they zeroed in on the street drug dealers.
Colorado Vet Not Surprised By DEA Marijuana Reclassification DecisionThe Drug Enforcement Administration announced Thursday that marijuana would remain on its list of the most dangerous drugs.
Johnstown Doctor Arrested In Fraudulent Prescription CaseA doctor from Johnstown has been accused of fraudulent prescription activity after an investigation that included assistance from the DEA.
Take Back Day For Unwanted, Expired Prescription MedicationsSeveral locations across Colorado will take part in a national drive to dispose of prescription drugs on Saturday.
Colorado's 'Largest And Most Complex Heroin Bust' Nets 34 As Use Of The Drug ThrivesState, federal agents and prosecutors say they have arrested 34 people in a heroin distribution sweep that resulted in 57 state and federal indictments.
DEA Agent Gives Firsthand Look At Making Split-Second Decisions In Deadly SituationsThe Drug Enforcement Administration’s Denver Field Office invited CBS4's Jennifer Brice into their training facility. She got a firsthand look at what it's like to make split second decisions.
Lawmakers Want Pills That Can't Be Crushed & Snorted, Melted & InjectedLawmakers want to help curb prescription drug abuse in Colorado, a state they say has one of the highest abuse rates in the country.

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