It started as a missing persons case. But well over a month later, Lafayette resident Nate Tallman's body was discovered a long way from home -- outside Lusk, a town in Wyoming. Now, two men -- Russell Britton, 58, and Moises Mendez, 26 -- have been arrested in connection with the crime, with the l ... More >>
Marijuana use for adults 21 and over is legal in Colorado and Washington, but any wannabe toking tourists headed here from other countries might want to keep quiet about it until they get here. According to reports in the Canadian press, simply admitting to a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agent t ... More >>
Big photos below.A quinceanara is an important rite of passage for fifteen-year-old young women. But for Tahlia Perea, a passage she allegedly attempted at age eighteen proved problematic. She was busted for trying to cross the Mexico-U.S. border with more than a hundred pounds of marijuana ... More >>
Corry and Marzano.Update: Yesterday, the Fort Collins Police Department returned growing equipment and other property seized from medical marijuana grower Frank Marzano way back in 2007, during a hunt for a fugitive that turned into a pot raid. Last year, a Colorado court ruled that the searc ... More >>
William Breathes.Editor's note: Medical marijuana critic William Breathes just returned from a honeymoon in Jamaica. Read his first trip diary entry here, and check out part two below. The minute you get off the plane in Negril, someone is there to sell you herb.
Laura Shunk"There's no other style of pizza in the world that's as geeky as the Napolitano style," chef Lachlan MacKinnon-Patterson said last night, as the pace started to pick up at Pizzeria Locale during its first official dinner service. "And we're trying to do it exactly right." "Makes o ... More >>
What would comprehensive immigration reform look like if the Feds got off their duffs?
Overwhelmed by the number of sites offering Cyber Monday deals? Well, now there are 82 of them, including seven in Colorado, you don't need to visit -- because their domains have been seized for allegedly selling counterfeit or copyrighted goods. See the list and get more info from the Justic ... More >>
Ken Gorman and his daughter, Valency, shortly before his murder.Ken Gorman, the emphatic pot crusader featured in this week's cover story, "High Times," had a talent for attracting trouble. In fact, those who knew him said it was among his favorite things -- behind pot, of course. Trouble ca ... More >>
Cory Voorhis has lost round one.Former ICE agent Cory Voorhis's 2006 decision to access a restricted database and give materials to gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez wound up having unexpected repercussions years later. Some observers feel fallout from this action contributed to Governor B ... More >>
The Ibarra brothers are watching you.
Helen Krieble wants to end all the horsing around over illegal immigration.
Local businesses want to give animation bootleggers the boot.
Some police find the lure of strength-enhancing drugs impossible to ignore.
Brawny juicers keep pumping steroids, so why aren't more serving time.
There's lots of cash and carrying on over First Data's south-of-the-border business.
When dinosaurs ruled the earth
Ginsberg’s “Howl” gets a global birthday tribute.
American hunger for black-tar heroin has made downtown Denver the land of opportunity for immigrant dealers.
The bride says she married for love; her mother-in-law suspects it was money. The only person who can settle the dispute is dead.
American tall tale gallops across these pages
2 Fast 2 Furious is custom-made for box-office success.
Hemp Burns Out
He refused to spy for Uncle Sam. Is the FBI spying on him?
Kwang Suk Campbell Walker wasn't just looking for a handout.
Millionaire pot king Robert Golding's biggest deal was with the DEA agents who let him walk.
A fugitive makes her way back to Denver.
The feds just might drive this growing industry out of its head.
Mile High Flea Market vendor Suki Brow may go to jail. If only she’d been a Wal-Mart associate instead.
The drug trade in Denver and the surrounding area is getting worse -- much worse.
Anne Slemmons took Michael Wise's money and ran for the border.
A maker of "water filtration systems" for smokers gets more publicity than he bargained for.
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A MEXICAN AIRLINE PURSUES ITS EX-CHAIRMAN TO A VAIL CONDO.
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