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Recreational pot sales: What you need to know

9:21 PM, Jan 16, 2014

KUSA - Recreational marijuana sales became legal in Colorado starting on Jan. 1. Amendment 64, approved by voters in 2012, threw the doors wide open by requiring state officials to regulate pot like alcohol.

CU-Boulder campus will close on 4/20

8:48 AM, Mar 3, 2014

BOULDER - The University of Colorado plans to close its Boulder campus on April 20 - otherwise known as 4/20.

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Feds release marijuana banking rules

10:15 PM, Feb 14, 2014

KUSA - The federal government responded to the most important issue confronting Colorado's newly legal pot industry.

Bankers are still wary of marijuana money

11:58 AM, Feb 10, 2014

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Banks still don't want pot money, despite U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder's promise on Jan. 24 that the Obama administration "soon" will issue guidelines allowing banks to do business with marijuana sellers.

Cannabis college promises higher level of education

11:10 AM, Feb 4, 2014

TAMPA, Fla. - You can call it Cannabis U, and it's ready to launch inside the former Garcia Y Vega cigar factory in west Tampa.

Farm bill would allow industrial hemp cultivation, research in nine states

11:01 PM, Jan 29, 2014

WASHINGTON - Farm legislation breezing through Congress could make Colorado the nation's leader in industrial hemp.

Colorado's cannabis crusader takes on the NFL

7:50 PM, Jan 29, 2014

NEW YORK CITY - The man behind a photo op outside NFL headquarters in Manhattan is a familiar face in Colorado.

How has marijuana changed Colo.'s image?

6:24 PM, Jan 29, 2014

DENVER - A new poll finds a majority of Americans support legislative efforts to legalize marijuana.

Super Bowl will be surrounded by pro-marijuana billboards

2:44 PM, Jan 29, 2014

USA TODAY - The freeways surrounding MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. are about to be plastered with five billboards advocating the use of marijuana, and, in some cases, attacking football just miles from the game's biggest stage.

Pot contests joining Denver County Fair

11:06 PM, Jan 28, 2014

DENVER - It's far from a typical county fair, but that's the point. 

Hemp growing going legit after decades-long ban

7:51 PM, Jan 28, 2014

DENVER (AP) -- The federal government is ready to let farmers grow cannabis - at least the kind that can't get people high.

Marijuana contests joining Denver County Fair

12:15 PM, Jan 27, 2014

DENVER (AP) - Pot at the county fair? Why not?

Colorado welcomes upcoming marijuana banking rules

6:41 PM, Jan 24, 2014

KUSA - Marijuana industry leaders and political leaders alike welcomed this week's promise of forthcoming federal guidelines to allow the pot businesses to use banks.

Parents tout cannabis treatment for kids

10:44 PM, Jan 23, 2014

COLORADO SPRINGS - They're known as marijuana refugees.

State alters 420 MM sign to thwart thieves

DENVER - Thieves have been stealing the 420 mile marker sign so often, CDOT has changed it to "419.99".

9:43 AM, Jan 11, 2014

Extended post office hours and late drop-off sites for April 17

DENVER - The U.S. Postal Service typically has extended hours at many locations for people to drop off their tax returns, but it has not released a formal list yet.

5:29 PM, Mar 6, 2012

A day without hate

WESTMINSTER - It's a lesson most of them learned in kindergarten, but over time, they have seen this rule broken and now they are old enough to understand why hate can hurt so deeply.

7:22 AM, May 12, 2007

Lindsey Vonn trains on snow for first time since crash

USA TODAY - After many months of rehabilitating her surgically repaired knee, Lindsey Vonn is back on skis. The Olympic gold medalist returned to snow in Portillo, Chile, with hopes of competing in the Sochi Games in six months.

9:30 AM, Sep 2, 2013

How non-rich people can go to college

USA TODAY - I can't count how many roundtable discussions I've heard asking whether college is still worth the cost. They are important debates; college can be expensive. But most leave out an important point: There is more than one way to go to college.

11:51 AM, Jan 12, 2014

Falling rocks injure 7 at Red Rocks

MORRISON - Firefighters say they believe a person climbing on the rocks could have caused a rock slide that hurt seven people at a concert at Red Rocks Saturday night.

5:56 PM, Sep 11, 2011

Playful young fox steals man's golf ball

KUSA - A little fox on a golf field stole the show as he got incredibly close to some golfers.

6:12 PM, May 27, 2013

Jamestown struggles to recover from flood

JAMESTOWN - Nearly five months after the floods devastated Jamestown, the town is still without water.

10:41 PM, Feb 6, 2014

Colorado weather forecast: After early Monday snow, strong winds to bring midweek warmth.

KUSA - With clearing skies very cold temperatures will start the day Tuesday.

11:35 PM, Jan 27, 2014

Ship yourself out to a new kind of pool in Denver

KUSA - Large shipping containers bring countless items from aboard to the United States. But what happens to the container once the job is done?

12:43 PM, May 17, 2013
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