New Rules For Marijuana Edibles Now In EffectMedical and retail marijuana dispensaries can no longer buy or sell edibles in the shape of a human, animal, or fruit as part of changes made to the rules for the industry.
Eclipse Travelers Warned About Bringing Pot To WyomingWith the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 only days away, hundreds of thousands continued to pour into Wyoming, the nearest state to Colorado in the line of totality.
Colorado House To Vote On Medical Marijuana At SchoolThe House will take a final vote on a proposal to allow children to bring medical marijuana to school in Colorado.
Pot Taxes Fall Short Of Projections, Help Community ProgramsRecreational marijuana has turned into big business in Colorado. The industry is generating millions of dollars in new tax revenue, but lawmakers are reluctant to rely on it.
Study: Pot Entrepreneurs Adding Millions To State EconomyTwo Colorado pot entrepreneurs commissioned an economic impact study of their businesses.
Colorado Springs Poised To Ban Retail Marijuana StoresColorado's second-largest city is poised to ban recreational marijuana stores.
Man Pleads Guilty In Pot Brownies CaseA man admitted he and a friend gave brownies baked with marijuana in them to their unknowing classmates and a professor at the University of Colorado.
Opponents Say Legalizing Pot Opens Up Pandora's Box For Children Colorado voters chose to legalize marijuana for adults, but now experts are split on how a social acceptance of pot is affecting Colorado’s children.
CU Expert Says Marijuana Increases Risk Of Severe Mental IllnessWith marijuana now legal in Colorado, CBS4's Alan Gionet talked to an expert to find out what pot does to a person's body.
Grower Calls Today's Stronger Pot 'A Win-Win For Everyone' The marijuana sold in Colorado dispensaries is exponentially stronger than what people smoked decades ago. Advances in technology and growing techniques have produced a more potent product.
How Feds Handle Pot Growing In California Could Impact ColoradoColorado voters overwhelmingly approved the legalization of marijuana and now state lawmakers are tasked with implementing a regulatory framework for what is still considered an illegal drug.
Sheriff In California Says Coloradans Will Regret Legalizing MarijuanaSheriff Tom Allman says voters in Colorado will regret the decision to legalize marijuana because crime will also increase.