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  • In Colorado, tax revenue from recreational pot lower than expected

    Colorado's lower taxes on medicinal marijuana are hindering projected tax revenue from recreational pot sales, according to a recent study released by the state's Department of Revenue.  Prior to recreational sales becoming legal in January, voters last...
  • Side-by-side, Kansas and Colorado governors offer test of strategies

    For two next-door neighbors, Kansas and Colorado have awfully little in common. Kansas is distinctly Midwestern, the spare flatness of the prairie relieved only occasionally by a small town or lonely farmhouse, the shrinking population mostly white,...
  • Unauthorized immigrants line up for driver's licenses in Colorado

    For most people a trip to the Division of Motors Vehicles is a dreaded event. Humberto Cruz-Salas cannot get there fast enough. A month ago, he hopped out of bed and started dialing the DMV to try to make an appointment. His 2 a.m. effort —...
  • Jury selection in Aurora, Colo., theater shooting trial will be open to media

    When James E. Holmes gets his day in court, the media - and the public - will get to watch. On Wednesday, the judge handling the criminal trial in the 2012 Aurora, Colo., theater shooting that left 12 people dead and 70 others wounded denied the...
  • Sen. Mark Udall skips Obama Colorado visit to focus on women's issues

    Home state visits by President Obama have been a tricky business for this year’s crop of vulnerable Senate Democrats. So when Obama made his swing through Colorado on Wednesday to raise money for Mark Udall’s campaign, the senator opted...
  • 2nd fatal lightning strike in 2 days at Rocky Mountain National Park

    2nd fatal lightning strike in 2 days at Rocky Mountain National Park
    One man was killed and three others were injured by a lightning strike Saturday at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado on Saturday, not far from where one woman was killed and seven people injured by lightning on Friday. Park rangers were...
  • Colorado pot law bans smoking in public. But what's public?

    Colorado pot law bans smoking in public. But what's public?
    During the campaign to legalize marijuana in Colorado, backers of the drug promised it would be regulated the same as alcohol. Now, however, many Coloradans and pot tourists are discovering that attempting to smoke marijuana outside the privacy of a...
  • Ex-Sheriff Mike Carona Wants Prison Sentence Cut in Half

    Ex-Sheriff Mike Carona Wants Prison Sentence Cut in Half
    SANTA ANA (KTLA) -- Attorneys for former Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona -- now serving 66 months in federal prison for witness tampering -- have filed a motion to cut the former lawman's sentence by nearly half. In the motion, Carona's attorneys...
  • Eugene Fodor dies at 60; violin virtuoso

    Eugene Fodor dies at 60; violin virtuoso
    Eugene Fodor, a swashbuckling violin virtuoso who was a media darling of classical music in the 1970s but whose substance abuse fractured a fairytale career, has died. He was 60. Fodor died of liver disease Feb. 26 at his home in Arlington, Va., said his...
  • Robert Helliwell dies at 90; electrical engineer who expanded understanding of Earth's atmosphere

    Robert Helliwell dies at 90; electrical engineer who expanded understanding of Earth's atmosphere
    Robert Helliwell, a Stanford electrical engineer whose study of radio waves emitted by lightning opened a new window to understanding the upper layers of the Earth's atmosphere, died May 3 in Palo Alto of complications of dementia. He was 90. Helliwell...
  • Paul Soldner dies at 89; ceramicist known for American raku

    Paul Soldner dies at 89; ceramicist known for American raku
    Paul Soldner, a ceramicist and longtime Scripps College teacher who introduced a pottery technique called American raku, died Monday at his home in Claremont after a period of declining health. He was 89. "He was one of the greats in California...