DEA Plans To Ban Kratom, Calls Drug ‘Imminent Threat’

DEA Plans To Ban Kratom, Calls Drug ‘Imminent Threat’

The DEA will classify kratom as a Schedule I drug on par with marijuana, cocaine and heroin. Woman Shot Inside Her Car On I-70 Succumbs To Injuries Days LaterDenver police say a woman found shot …

High Fire Danger, Big Heat ComingWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri’s forecast.

Denver Zoo Welcomes 2 Lion Cubs Born Last WeekThe lion cubs were born last Thursday to mom Kamara and dad Tobias.

Non-Profit In Need Of Diaper DonationsHomeAid Colorado is in need of diaper donations.

CSU Researchers Test Health Care Workers For CoronavirusOf the 500 tested, 57 were positive, but none felt sick.

Sancho’s Broken Arrow On Colfax Ordered To CloseSancho’s Broken Arrow on Colfax ordered to close by Denver for failure to comply with social distancing orders.

Denver Police: No Motive Or Suspect Identified In Deadly Shooting On I-70Denver police are asking anyone with information about a deadly shooting or dashcam video that may show vehicles that were in the area at the time to contact investigators.

Centura Health Donates PPE To First RespondersCentura Health donated plastic ponchos that can be used as PPE by first responders.

Larimer Square Chalk Art Festival CancelledThe annual chalk art festival held in Larimer Square has been cancelled.

Colorado Dragon Boat Festival CanceledThe Colorado Dragon Boat Festival that was originally planned for the end of July has been canceled.

Denver PrideFest Going Virtual This Summer Due To CoronavirusOrganizers with Denver PrideFest announced Monday that this year’s celebration will be virtual due to limits on large public gatherings in the city of Denver.

Denver PrideFest Going Virtual In JuneThe event typically draws more than 450,000 people to Denver’s Civic Center Park over two days.

10 Businesses In Denver Being Allowed To Defer RentAmong the businesses is the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Bust In Colorado Springs: $762,130 In Drugs FoundIn addition to guns, police captured firearms in the operation.

Doctor Who Specializes In Lung Care Says COVID-19 Unlike Anything He’s Seen BeforeDr. Christopher Merrick is a practicing pulmonary disease doctor from Colorado Springs.

FEMA Grant Money Blocked By Denver City Council MemberDenver City Councilman Chris Hinds explained the reason for his decision.

People Are Still Receiving Eviction Notices In ColoradoSome of the notices were placed outside of the governor’s mansion.

Black Hawk Helps Out 15 CasinosThe businesses were shut down due to the spread of COVID-19.

Colorado Peach Freeze Prompts Governor To Declare EmergencyColorado’s governor has announced he is seeking federal aid for farmers impacted by a freeze that wiped out significant portions of the state’s peach crop.

Wildfire In Jefferson County Burns More Than 80 AcresThe fire was 80% contained as of Tuesday morning.

Tagger Arrested In Fort CollinsMore than 100 buildings have been targeted.

Joe B. Wins 2 Powerball PrizesThe lucky man lives in Pueblo.

You Could Be Fined If You Don’t Wear A Mask In AspenThe fine could be as much as $2,600.

Drive-Up COVID-19 Testing Being Offered On The Auraria Campus In DenverKing Soopers is helping more people get tested by offering free drive-up testing at the Auraria Campus this week.

Denver Murder: Jenny Nguyen Arrested In Death Of Jamal ThompsonA Denver woman was advised in court of first-degree murder charges in the death of a 26-year-old she allegedly had a relationship with. Katie Johnston reports.


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