Some members of the city council argue that while the majority of Denver voters said yes to the amendment, it was in an effort to decriminilize small amounts. Their intentions may not have been to have a marijuana store in their neighborhood.
It used to be an inconsistent nuisance, but now it’s turned in to one big stinking problem. And workers at one Colorado sanitation plant don’t know why it smells so bad.
Investigators in Aspen are still working on a case where two women collided on a ski run. Only one of them survived.
A plan is in the works to set a limit for people driving while under the influence of marijuana, and this time lawmakers say they’ll get it done.
Tim Tebow owns more career playoff wins for the Denver Broncos than Peyton Manning, and Tebow’s brother has made his enjoyment in the schadenfreude of Denver’s demise perfectly clear.
A Gunnison man with a lengthy legal past allegedly strangled his 71-year-old uncle to death amid a drunken discussion gone wrong, the first homicide in the Colo. town in 30 years.
As the debate over gun control continues big crowds were met with a protester at the Tanner Gun Show at the Denver Merchandise Mart on Saturday.
The day after the shooting in Connecticut a lot of people in Colorado tried to buy a gun.
No matter how regulated marijuana is, now that pot is legal in Colorado it will be hard to keep away from curious and unknowing kids, according to a member of a Denver-area drug task force.
CBS4 has obtained video of Paula Broadwell making comments in Aspen for the Aspen Institute on July 28 at the Aspen Security Conference. It was simply entitled “Media Panel,” but nobody there had any idea of the story that was to come.