DA: Hundreds Of Pounds Of Pot Shipped Out Of State By Drug RingAn undercover investigation targeting illegal marijuana operations started nine months ago and ended with raid after raid on Thursday.
Colorado Organization Accused Of Exporting PotAuthorities are raiding over a dozen locations in Colorado linked with an organization accused of shipping marijuana out-of-state.
Sentencing In Pot Money Laundering Case, Possible Colombia ConnectionA federal judge sentenced a convicted drug offender with alleged ties to Colombia to 45 days in prison on Wednesday.
Other States Legalizing Recreational Pot Could Benefit ColoradoOnly four states have legalized recreational marijuana, but that could change after this election and it might benefit Colorado.
'Prescription Drug Take-Back Day' Nets Hundreds Of Pounds Of MedsPolice officers collected thousands of bottles of prescription drugs in Denver Saturday as part of a National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
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.
Pot Money Laundering Case With Colombia Connection Coming To EndWhat began with charges of international money laundering in Colorado's legalized marijuana business is drawing to a close with much smaller dimensions.
U.S. Attorney's Office Requests Charges Dropped Against AttorneyThe U.S. Attorney's office in Denver is asking that charges be dropped against David Furtado, a Denver attorney who has been charged in a high dollar money laundering case.
'EPIC' 5K Brings Conversation Of Substance Abuse To The TableIn just five years, heroin overdoses in Colorado have gone up by 350 percent, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
Authorities To Announce Major Heroin BustCBS4 has learned that authorities will announce on Tuesday that they have busted a major heroin ring operating in Denver.
Colorado Mom: DEA Pot Decision Will Make Life HarderA Colorado mother who has fought for allowance of medical marijuana in schools says she's disappointed by the Drug Enforcement Administration's decision to keep marijuana on its list of the most dangerous drugs.
U.S. Government Won't Reclassify Marijuana, Allows ResearchThe Obama administration has decided marijuana will remain on the list of most dangerous drugs, fully rebuffing growing support across the country for broad legalization, but said it will allow more research into its medical uses.