DENVER (AP) – The National Weather Service is forecasting up to two feet of snow in the eastern mountains and heavy rain starting late today evening and continuing through tomorrow morning in Colorado. The storm presents a new threat of flooding on the plains, where rural roads were underwater last week.
DENVER (AP) –Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed a bill that directs state health authorities to set new guidelines for doctors who recommend marijuana for “severe pain.” That’s the most common condition on Colorado’s medical marijuana registry. The new law will also direct marijuana caregivers to inform patients that the pot they’re using may not be tested for potency or contaminants.
TOOELE, Utah (AP) – Authorities in Utah think a body found 39 years ago near the Nevada border is that of a Denver-area man who vanished when he was 18. The Tooele (too-ELL’-uh) County sheriff says investigators came up with new information to determine the dead man is David Stack of Broomfield. He was last seen June 1, 1976.
(AP) – Authorities say there will be increased enforcement of DUI laws across the state as high school and college graduation season gets underway. Police are warning students that an arrest can ruin the first half of their lives and their careers.