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1 hr ago | Fox News
A new ad campaign in Colorado that likens people who smoke marijuana to "lab rats" is intended to steer teens away from using pot, but some communication experts say the campaign is unlikely to be effective.
5 hrs ago | KMIZ
"We have a flow of tour buses coming in every day now," said Toni Fox, owner of 3D Cannabis Center, a Denver dispensary with an influx of Japanese and Saudi tourists.
5 hrs ago | Denver Westword
What does Google think about certain celebrities? A quick way to find out to ask: Type in the word "is" and a famous name in the query box and you'll be offered a list of the most popular searches for that person.
8 hrs ago | Daily Camera
Few things are as important to Coloradans as energy and the environment. Our state combines the best of both worlds: Breathtaking natural beauty and abundant natural resources.
GREELEY The state of Colorado is reviewing regulations related to pesticide use for agriculture, stirring debate among agribusiness and pesticide opposition groups.
More than 2,000 more Coloradans had their health insurance plans cancelled as a result of the Affordable Care Act, according to a letter from the state regulatory agency to state Senate Republicans.
Republican Senate hopeful Cory Gardner's opposition to abortion rights "is way too extreme for Colorado," women voters say in ads Senate Democrats' campaign arm began running Thursday.
This week's cover story traces the dramatic shift in direction of the Colorado Department of Corrections since the 2013 murder of its chief, Tom Clements, by Evan Ebel, a violent parolee who'd just spent six years in solitary confinement.
During the debates over whether or not marijuana should be legalized in some states for retail and public consumption, the issue of safety was one of the biggest talking points for both sides.
This achievement marks the first time an innovative school using blended and online learning has ranked in the top 95 percent of all , the PSD Global Academy is a full-time hybrid school where more than 200 students attend blended classes on campus, and attend online classes from home.
Lindsey Pallares joined the KKCO News Team in March of 2014, and couldn't be more excited to make the beautiful Western Slope her new home! There's one freshly added item to the November ballot...the fate of a Proposal 105 to require GMO labeling on foods lies in the hands of Colorado voters.
The Colorado State Fair & Rodeo returns to the fairgrounds in Pueblo Aug. 22-Sept.
As FOX 31's Eli Stokols reports , Democrats are ramping up their attacks on Colorado Republican candidates who supported the shutdown of the federal government last October-support that takes on added toxicity, even over the general unpopularity of the shutdown, due to the problems it caused for disaster relief in Colorado.
Colorado Proud, the Colorado Department of Agriculture's food-promotion wing, is highlighting the harvest season this month with a 27-day, eleven-city "Choose Colorado" tour of the state, showcasing its best products.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is running a video series called "Six in '14a 3 designed to highlight the personal stories and background of our candidates.
Woods is challenging Democratic Sen. Rachel Zenzinger in one of the most competitive State Senate districts in Colorado .
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:57 am
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