Drug Enforcement Administration
Some pharmacies in Colorado are hiring armed security because of soaring prescription drug thefts.
Two doctors accused of overprescribing painkillers that authorities say contributed to the deaths of four Colorado patients pleaded not guilty Tuesday to the charges against them.
Colorado’s most prominent politicians for and against legalizing marijuana are talking about the question Wednesday in Vail.
The federal Drug Enforcement Administration and authorities in Pueblo have arrested 24 people after they seized more than 10 pounds of black tar heroin.
New synthetic drugs are available for purchase at tobacco shops, convenience stores and even gas stations under packaging labeled as bath salts or plant food.
A group of people accused of bringing over 45,000 pounds of marijuana into the Denver area each year has been indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury.
The federal Drug Enforcement Administration is refusing to confirm the identity of a confidential informant who gave information leading to a drug sweep last month.
The Kush Convention is under way at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver this weekend. The expo features marijuana vendors, dispensaries and physicians. Some advocates are pushing an initiative to get marijuana use legalized in the state.
Police departments across the Denver metro area are trying to figure out how they’re going to pay for dangerous and expensive work. The federal money used to cover the clean up costs of meth labs has run out.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has taken four Aspen-area residents into custody but they are not releasing any details about the arrests.