Government Agrees To Halt Use Of Cyanide Traps In ColoradoU.S. officials have agreed to stop using predator-killing cyanide traps on Colorado public lands amid pressure to ban the devices nationwide after one injured an Idaho teenager and killed his dog.
Jumbo Airtanker Gets Approval To Fight U.S. WildfiresFederal officials have given a giant airtanker approval to fight wildfires in the U.S., but a lack of contracts currently limits the aircraft to California and one county in Colorado.
Jewish Family Service Operates 'Lunchbox Express' To Feed Kids This SummerTens of thousands of students in the Denver area count on getting lunch for free or reduced prices during the school year. But who feeds those hungry kids in the summer?
Hemp Study For Animal Feed Heads To Colorado GovernorColorado livestock could be eating hemp under a bill that awaits the governor's signature.
'Lowest Bacon Inventory In 50 Years': Colorado Bacon ExpertBacon lovers may have a problem. The bacon industry is facing a 50-year low in supply as demand for the sizzling smoky meat continues to grow.
Colorado Decides Against Organic Labels For MarijuanaA Colorado proposal to certify organic marijuana has been rejected amid concerns the labels would imply pot is healthy.
Hemp Seed Bill Clears Colorado SenateAn effort to help Colorado's new hemp farmers find seeds that produce hemp and not marijuana is advancing in the state Legislature.
Colorado Angles To Expand Hemp IndustryColorado is just starting its experiment with industrial hemp production. But interest in the new crop is so strong that the state is moving to expand the number and size of farms that can grow marijuana's non-intoxicating cousin.
Feds Letting Hemp Go Legit, Some Wonder If Pot Is Far BehindThe federal government is ready to let farmers grow cannabis — at least the kind that can't get people high.
Hickenlooper, Other Governors Prepared To Do More To Fight WildfiresGovernors from several Western states told federal officials on Thursday they are prepared to take on more responsibility for fighting wildfires.
Colorado Farmers Holding Back On Corn PlantingsFarmers around the country collectively intend to plant more corn this year, but growers in dry Colorado are holding back.
Opinion: Stop, Michelle Obama! The Children Are HungryIn recent decades, the government has taken to feeding needy children to combat the negativity of trying to learn while being hungry. Now, with new Obama administration regulations on school lunches, we have a government that is causing hunger.

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