'Moving On From Marijuana': Boulder DA Set To Clear Minor Pot ConvictionsThe City of Boulder is following Denver's lead in helping people with minor pot convictions clear their records.
Boulder DA Willing To Vacate Some Marijuana Convictions In 2019People convicted of lesser pot-related offenses in Boulder County can apply next year to have those marks erased from their records.
State's Studies Show Marijuana Use Increasing Among Adults, Not YouthTwo studies indicate the rate of marijuana usage by Colorado young people is relatively unchanged since 2015, and in fact mirrors the national average. But a youth marijuana prevention agency warned the increase in potency of marijuana and cannabis products since the drug's legalization in 2014 poses equally increasing danger to its young users.
Deputy Finds 3,100 Pounds Of Pot In Moving TruckA deputy with the Mesa County Sheriff's Office found 3,100 pounds of pot when he pulled over a moving truck and smelled marijuana.
Nevada Launches Sales Of Legal Recreational MarijuanaNevada became the fifth state in the U.S. with stores selling marijuana for recreational purposes.
Police: 4th Murder Suspect Arrested In Taco Bell ShootingPolice in Aurora have arrested a fourth suspect wanted in connection with the deadly shooting of a teenager in a Taco Bell parking lot last summer.
New App Connects Pot SmokersThere is a new app for people who smoke weed that is creating a national buzz.
Colorado Publishes Review Of Marijuana Health ResearchColorado released a sweeping report Monday about marijuana and health — everything from pot's effect on drivers, asthma, cancer rates and birth defects.
Colorado Lawmaker, Drug Investigators Consider Hash Oil ProblemOne Colorado legislator said the state needs to clarify whether residents can manufacture hash oil in home laboratories, something the state's attorney general said is illegal.
Pot Regulations High On Minds Of Colorado LegislatureAs the 2015 session of the Colorado Legislature dawns on Wednesday, politicians will once again hone in on marijuana regulations.
Holiday Mailing Rush Reminder: Shipping Pot Still IllegalAmid the busiest mailing season of the year, the U.S. Postal Service is warning customers that shipping pot -- even within Colorado's borders -- is still illegal.
Marijuana Research Projects Getting State FundingColorado was poised Wednesday to award more than $8 million for medical marijuana research, a step toward addressing complaints that little is known about pot's medical potential.