Prosecutors and defense lawyers will make their opening statements today at the trial of James Holmes, who opened fire and killed 12 people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado nearly three years ago. Continue reading
Living and teaching in Colorado for the past 30 years, I have seen tremendous societal and legislative changes in my state on the issue of marijuana. Continue reading
Photographer Suzanne Heintz captures the hallmark moments of her fictional, mannequin family, including vacations, meals and even steamy shower scenes. Continue reading
Colorado retailers sold more than 19 tons of bud and 2.9 million units of pot-infused edibles in 2014. Continue reading
Hari Sreenivasan reads viewer comments in response to last Saturday’s signature segment on the state of Nebraska suing the state of Colorado over the legalization of marijuana, which has increased the costs of law enforcement in the Cornhusker State. Continue reading
Since Colorado started legally selling recreational marijuana just over a year ago, law enforcement along the Nebraska border are busier than ever, as eastward drivers attempt to leave the state with everything from rolled joints to psychedelic glass pipes to edibles. In January alone, Nebraska authorities booked 23 cases of marijuana coming from Colorado. Continue reading
Since recreational marijuana became legally available in Colorado last year, officials say more pot is illegally coming through the border of states like Nebraska and Oklahoma, draining state resources as the number of arrests keeps growing. Now, the attorneys general of those states filed a federal lawsuit asking the Supreme Court to declare Colorado’s marijuana law unconstitutional. NewsHour’s Alison Stewart reports. Continue reading
Colorado colleges may soon begin growing their own weed — that is, if a group of state officials have their way — in order to study more in-depth the drug’s health affects.
Jury selection began today for the trial of James Holmes, the shooter who killed 12 people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado in 2012. A record 9,000 people received summons to be considered for the jury.
While the 24-hour news cycle yesterday was dominated by the terrorist attack in Paris, another story was the central topic of conversation for many users on Twitter. On Tuesday morning, an improvised explosive device detonated outside the NAACP’s Colorado Springs, Colorado building. Continue reading