SEFFNER, Fla. (AP) - Engineers are headed back to the site of Florida sinkhole to do more tests on the unstable and dangerous ground that swallowed a man in his bedroom. The engineers are expected to resume their work after sunrise Saturday on what they have described as a slowly... more »
Our partners at the Gazette have reported that the murder rates between Colorado Springs and Pueblo are drawing ever closer to becoming a contender for Colorado's deadliest community a title neither city would like to garner.
Pueblo is Colorado's third largest city with a population of just over 100,000... more »
Authorities are investigating a suspected illegal marijuana growing operation in the mountains north of Boulder.
The Boulder County sheriff's office said a man fled the area when investigators arrived to do surveillance on Monday. Three SWAT teams and the U.S. Forest Service have been called in to help in... more »
Authorities say a southern Idaho farmer unknowingly watered and fertilized more than 300 marijuana plants while tending to his corn fields.
The Jerome County sheriff's office says the farmer found the plot of pot growing between his tall, green stalks of unripened corn early Monday and called authorities.
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Brewing beer is an intricate process, and even for those doing it in the business world it's a hobby as well.
"People at the brewery started growing hops at their houses about five years ago just so we could prove you could do that along the front range," says... more »
Colorado's attorney general is objecting to plans to keep the locations of medical marijuana grows secret. The state Senate this week voted to keep that information off-limits to protect grow operations from being burglarized. Attorney General John Suthers says people have a right to know if their neighborhood has a... more »
Pest control companies are responding to more and more calls these days for bed bugs. The National Pest Management Association reports a 71 percent increase in calls since 2001.
Locally the trend is similar. Charles Osborne, service manager for Mug a Bug says back in 2001 he would typically... more »