This month, state officials are hashing out just who can and can't make marijuana concentrates in Colorado -- setting safety guidelines for producers and consumers for both the recreational and medical marijuana industries. Most rules for the recreational and medical marijuana industries were set m ... More >>
Most physicians go through their entire careers without ever running afoul of state regulators. But two years after a 26-year-old inmate with chronic kidney problems died while under his care, prison doctor David M. Oba has received a sharply worded letter of admonition from the Colorado Department ... More >>
The Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of America (MMAPA), an organization that made its reputation by speaking out on behalf of patient rights, is shutting down. Why? Vincent Palazzotto, the man behind the nonprofit, lists a slew of extenuating factors that led to what he stresses was the very di ... More >>
Linda Newell.The e-mails contained an ugly ultimatum: Annette Story had to fork over $1,500 or lose contact with her son. Kidnapping? Extortion? No, just another child/family investigator (CFI) demanding an increase in his retainer. Under current Colorado law, Story had no recourse against s ... More >>
Some Denver taxi drivers say they've been taken for a ride by their employers
Tambor Williams.Dan Maes will announce his lieutenant governor pick at noon today -- and the choice will reportedly be Tambor Williams. In some respects, Williams fits the lieutenant governor wish list of Northern Colorado Tea Party director Lesley Hollywood, given her experience as a four-t ... More >>
Rite of Passage, where youth were "counseled" by Cesar Corzo.The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies looks into all sorts of bad behavior in numerous trades and professions. Not many DORA complaints can compete, though, with the staggering range of allegations found in the recent paper ... More >>
John McCain will stop in Grand Junction on Election Day. Back on June 30, CNN posited that Colorado could become "the ultimate battleground state in the general election." Four months later, it looks like the war is over and John McCain will go down fighting in this state (sending Sarah Palin back ... More >>
If ladies’ night is this city’s biggest sin, we’re doing all right.
Congress is putting on the squeeze, but Colorado's private investigators still can't agree how -- or if -- they should be regulated.
The doctor is out.
Is Brian O'Connell all he's quacked up to be?
Sex, lies and Pam Adair's audiotape keep the All Stars Sports Cabaret dancing.
Rebecca Rivera went to John Elway AutoNation looking for a fair deal, but she's still spinning her wheels.
Ten years ago, Colorado began to force batterers into treatment programs. but do they work?
Who keeps an eye on Colorado's car dealers? The dealers themselves.
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