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4th Grader Tries To Sell Pot In Greeley School

denver.cbslocal.com — After fourth graders were caught dealing pot at their northern Colorado school, the principal sent home notes asking parents to take care with the marijuana that adults have been able to buy legally in the state since January.
Attn ageing CO hippies, keep your legal pot locked up or your 10-yr-old grandkids will swipe it & trade it at recess denver.cbslocal.com/2014/04/23/4th…
Correction: Kids may have gotten their hands on grandparents' legal weed w/out family's knowledge. Much better. denver.cbslocal.com/2014/04/23/4th…
.@donnaindenver w tale of Colo family values: A pair of grandparents gave pot to 4th graders who sold it at school denver.cbslocal.com/2014/04/23/4th…
MT “@donnaindenver: I heard today in an interview: "Here we have 4th graders trying to make a buck off marijuana." tinyurl.com/ky3pe2y
As I heard today in an interview: "Here we have 4th graders trying to make a buck off marijuana." tinyurl.com/ky3pe2y

CBS4’s Ed Greene Plays Role In New Dixie Play

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Watch how CBS4's Gloria Neal sets up this hilarious story about Meteorologist Ed Greene and Dixie! It is indeed... fb.me/1ceqKIZ5i

Colorado Parents Prefer Metal Detectors In Schools

denver.cbslocal.com — DENVER (CBS4)- Parents in Colorado believe metal detectors should be in our schools in order to better protect students. That's according to a new school safety poll by Quinnipiac University. The poll asked voters across Colorado if they prefer metal detectors or armed teachers. They overwhelmingly chose metal detectors.

Aurora Community Reacts To Police Chief Leaving

denver.cbslocal.com — AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)- The Aurora community is reacting to the news that Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates is leaving. He is likely taking a new job in Miami Beach. Oates is expected to fly into South Florida this week and begin meeting with Miami Beach commissioners who still must approve the manager's choice.

Englewood Police Announce Arrest Of Suspected Police Impersonator

denver.cbslocal.com — ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) - Police in Englewood police say they have arrested a man who impersonated a police officer. Authorities say officers arrested Leslie Dewayne Simpson, 36, on Friday in the 3200 block of South Broadway. Police say two women who are process servers went to Legacy Motors located at 3247 South Broadway to serve civil paperwork to an employee who wasn't there.
Englewood Police Announce Arrest Of Suspected Police Impersonator cbsloc.al/1k7tfdX

Lyons Meteorologist Helping Create New Flood Watch Network

denver.cbslocal.com — LYONS, Colo. (CBS4) - Historic flooding in September 2013 forever changed the landscape in some of Colorado's Front Range foothills. Many rivers and streams changed both course and size when the high waters roared through. Those changes created a lot of questions about what will happen when waters rise from winter snowmelt or heavy rain this spring.
Lyons Meteorologist Helping Create New Flood Watch Network cbsloc.al/1k7pV2y

Ryan Clady Blazing The Comeback Trail In Denver

denver.cbslocal.com — ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - As far as Peyton Manning is concerned, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders isn't the only offensive reinforcement summoned to help Denver get another crack at winning the Super Bowl. "It's almost like Ryan Clady was a free agent acquisition," Manning suggested. "He didn't play last year." Well, hardly.

Marijuana Policies Debated At HOA Conference

denver.cbslocal.com — DENVER (CBS4) - How to deal with marijuana smoking on private property was the subject of debate at a Home Owner's Association conference in Denver. Currently HOA's are treating marijuana as another nuisance and many are trying to work within their own policies.
/Cloudy MT @CBS4Tim: Can HOA crack down on #marijuana smoking neighbor? @MarkTaylorCBS found the law a little hazy: cbsloc.al/1mExFfI
Can an HOA crack down on a #marijuana smoking neighbor? @MarkTaylorCBS found the law is a little hazy: cbsloc.al/1mExFfI