Police Arrest 13 Budtenders In Undercover Retail Pot StingA year-long undercover sting operation led to the arrest of 13 budtenders who worked at seven 'Sweet Leaf' marijuana dispensaries.
12 Arrests Made In Year-Long Pot Dispensary InvestigationDenver police have made at least 12 arrests after a year-long investigation into the Sweet Leaf marijuana dispensaries in the Mile High City.
National Study: Teen Use Of Marijuana DownNew data shows marijuana use among middle and high school students is down.
Mysterious Box Of Pot Delivered To Woman's HomeA woman in Colorado Springs wants an explanation after a package full of marijuana wound up on her front porch.
Parks & Rec Hands Out 4/20 Rally PermitThe 4/20 Rally permit for Civic Center Park was handed out to a new organization on Tuesday morning after the most recent event organizers left the park a mess.
Colorado Family Sues AG Sessions Over Cannabis Oil UseA young Colorado girl is on a mission to have medical marijuana legalized across the country.
4/20 Rally Organizer Vows To Continue Fight: "That's Our Intellectual Property"The battle over the rights to Denver’s 420 Rally is heading to Denver District Court.
'More Organized Criminal Enterprises': Illegal Pot Grows IncreaseThe Marijuana Unit of the Denver Police Department is growing. The number of undercover detectives has doubled since the legalization of medicinal marijuana in 2000.
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.