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.
First Responders To Get Help With PTSDA new law will help first responders in Colorado get help with post traumatic stress disorder.
Border Patrol Job Possibility Could Be 'Lifeline' For Colorado VeteranU.S. Border Protection chiefs are conducting one of their most aggressive searches for agents in the department's history.
Marine Veteran's Arrest Is 'Blessing', Leads To Positive ChangesA Marine's arrest last month has become a blessing for his Broomfield family. For the first time since the arrest, CBS4 spoke to Marine Veteran Cory Hixson.
Colorado To Allow Medical Pot For PTSD, With New LimitsPost-traumatic stress sufferers may soon qualify for medical pot in Colorado.
DA Offers Leniency For Vet With Brain Injury After ArrestCory Hixson's wife says her husband has been living with TBI for 13 years since a mortar attack in Fallujah. She has been his caretaker. Within minutes of the initial interview, Shala discovered Cory was arrested for breaking into a home.
Columbine Survivors Helping Those With PTSD Get Resources For HelpIt's been 18 years since the deadly shooting at Columbine High School. Now students who were inside the school during the attack say they've found a new purpose -- to give back.
'Puppy Love' Turning Out To Be Great Way To Help Vets With PTSDAfter experimenting with a new way to help veterans treat their post-traumatic stress disorder, a Colorado charity is working with its first Colorado veteran.
'Massive Fight' Led To Man Allegedly Dismembering GirlfriendAdam Densmore said that he and Ashley Mead got in a "massive fight" in February.
Pot Pioneer Colorado Just Now Taking Look At PTSD TreatmentThe first state to legalize marijuana is just now taking steps to consider the drug medicine for people suffering from post-traumatic stress.
Bill Allowing Medical Pot For Those With PTSD Gets Hearing At CapitolA bill that would make post-traumatic stress disorder a qualifying condition for medical marijuana is making its way through Colorado's Capitol.
Veterans Hope Push-Ups Bring Attention To PTSDSome veterans gathered outside the state Capitol as the 2017 Legislative Session got underway on Wednesday to exercise. Actually, they did push-ups to call attention to PTSD.

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