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Colorado Police Worry New Trend Emerging Amongst Drunk Drivers

Colorado Police Worry New Trend Emerging Amongst Drunk Drivers

A possibly drunk driver rear ended a Colorado State Patrol trooper on the morning of September 1 in what police fear may be a new trend. According to Colorado State…

Denver Water Decides to Continue Adding Fluoride Into Water Supply

Denver Water Decides to Continue Adding Fluoride Into Water Supply

  Utility company Denver Water made an announcement on August 26, informing the public that it will continue adding fluoride into the city’s drinking water supply. Cities began adding fluoride…

New DUI Law Casts Harsh Light on Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment

New DUI Law Casts Harsh Light on Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment

This August, after years of advocacy by victims of drunk drivers, Colorado’s new felony DUI standard went into effect. From this point forward, anyone convicted of a fourth DUI will…

A Major Player in the Global E-Cig Market Chooses Denver for New Headquarters

A Major Player in the Global E-Cig Market Chooses Denver for New Headquarters

In an effort to grow their market share and find new organizational talent in a rapidly-advancing industry, Electronic Cigarette International Group (ECIG) has chosen to head west and move their…

Colorado Activists Are Arguing For Greater Control Over Oil and Gas Industry Through New Amendment

Colorado Activists Are Arguing For Greater Control Over Oil and Gas Industry Through New Amendment

A failed 2014 amendment in Colorado may be given a second chance this summer, with a resurrected proposal that could give local governments greater control over industry regulations, primarily within…

Colorado Man Charged With DUI Following Crash With IHOP Sign

Colorado Man Charged With DUI Following Crash With IHOP Sign

Diners at a Fort Collins IHOP restaurant got quite a surprise recently when their dinner was unpleasantly interrupted by a crash outside — right in front of the restaurant, in…

Colorado Credit Union Sues Federal Reserve for Right to Bank with Marijuana Businesses

Colorado Credit Union Sues Federal Reserve for Right to Bank with Marijuana Businesses

Even though the average cannabis dispensary in Colorado has a business license for selling marijuana and has followed all of the state’s regulations, the federal government is making it difficult…

Nuggets Guard Lawson Arrested in LA for Fourth DUI

Nuggets Guard Lawson Arrested in LA for Fourth DUI

Early Tuesday, July 14, Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol in Los Angeles, his second DUI arrest this year…

Denver BBB Issues Warning Over Roofing Scam

Denver BBB Issues Warning Over Roofing Scam

The Denver Better Business Bureau has launched an investigation into a roofing company thought to have taken thousands of dollars from homeowners. The owners, Aaron Lee Jackson and Mario Alberto…

How Denver’s Bars, Restaurants Could Soon Allow Patrons to Use Marijuana

How Denver’s Bars, Restaurants Could Soon Allow Patrons to Use Marijuana

Sometime in the near future, Denver entrepreneurs could be able to open up their 21-and-up business and patio spaces to marijuana users According to the St. George Spectrum, activists recently…