A potentially-deadly street drug known as “Krokodil” has made its way into Colorado’s high country.
On Tuesday, voters decide whether to approve a 15 percent pot excise tax to pay for school construction, plus an extra sales tax of 10 percent to fund marijuana enforcement.
Gov. John Hickenlooper’s proposed Colorado budget for next year is influenced by what the state has to pay for historic wildfires and flooding, but the improving economy is allowing for increases to education.
Ski areas are sending out a reminder to skiers who like to smoke marijuana: Colorado’s new pot laws do not apply on the slopes.
Marijuana’s acceptance is growing in Latin America as much as in the U.S., but the support is top-down in most countries except the United States, editors were told Monday at the 69th General Assembly of the Inter American Press Association.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock wants to update city ordinances to ban free joint handouts in city parks.
A Colorado Springs mother says Human Services is investigating her family after her choice of treatment for her young son’s cancer. She’s decided on marijuana over chemotherapy.
More than 3,000 marijuana plants at an estimated worth of $8.4 million have been removed from an illegal growing site in the White River National Forest, according to U.S. Forest Service.
Federal authorities say they have arrested one person and are looking for others in a drug smuggling case they believe involved a Mexican cartel.
The Obama administration is facing criticism over its attempt to straddle the federal law that makes marijuana illegal and state laws that permit recreational use of the drug.