City Upholds Pot Shop Buffer RequirementsCity officials are working to keep marijuana shops away from schools in southwestern Colorado.
Colorado Hits $500 Million Mark On Recreational MarijuanaColorado's marijuana industry is touting a major milestone.
Reward Grows As Police Continue To Search For Killer Of MarineIt has been more than a year since Travis Mason was gunned down at a dispensary, and police are increasing a reward for information.
Littleton Neighbors Worried About The Grow House Next DoorA Coloradan recently discovered that a series of power outages at her $500,000 home are likely due to a neighborhood marijuana grow house.
Oklahoma Man Pleads Not Guilty To Murder In Colorado, Weed SmugglingAn Oklahoma man accused of taking part in a 2015 marijuana-smuggling killing that left two bodies scorched in a flaming truck pleaded not guilty.
'Operation Toker Poker': Drug Bust With Thousands Of Pounds Of PotColorado's attorney general, the Denver Police Department and the DEA teamed up for a major drug bust that involves thousands of pounds of marijuana grown in Colorado to be sold out of state.
Has Legal Marijuana Made Colorado's Roads Less Safe?The findings were published in the American Journal of Public Health.
Study: Legal Pot Behind Rise In Car CrashesThe results of a new study show legalized marijuana use is linked to a rise in car crashes in Colorado.
As Pot Comes Out Of Black Market, Regulators Face ScrutinyA case in Colorado is one of the first known instances of a pot regulator being accused of having improper dealings with the industry.
How Will Pot Clubs Work? Public Comment WantedThe public is commenting on a measure passed by voters in Denver last fall that would legalize pot clubs.
Couple Fighting For Custody Of 5 Kids Gets Help From Medical Pot AdvocatesA Colorado couple says they're almost out of options to get their five children back in their custody.
Colorado Marijuana Market Funds Busts Of Illegal GrowersThe first recreational pot market in the U.S. was set Thursday to notch another marijuana first when Colorado approves using marijuana taxes to fund police efforts to crack down on illegal growing operations.

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