The first business owners who will be licensed to sell marijuana in Colorado will be eligible to pick them up today at 8:00 a.m. According to a Denver Post report, these businesses will be among the first stores in the United States to legally sell marijuana.
Drivers during the holiday season must deal with a host of hazards. Between aggressive drivers intent on returning gifts as quickly as possible, and drunk drivers who insist that they are okay to drive, drivers must be vigilant in protecting themselves. However, there are instances when a driver loses control and may crash without contact (or influence) from any other driver.
With all the backlash that distracted driving has garnered over the last two years, it is surprising when a report is released about how people still use cell phones while driving. According to a recent NBC News.com report, an increasing number of drivers are taking pictures of themselves with cell phone cameras while behind the wheel. Also known as “selfies”, these pictures are showing up in growing numbers alongside suggestive hashtags, including: #drivingtowork, #drivingintherain, #morningcommute, and #drivingfast.
As Colorado dad Dennis Burns continues to forge resolutely ahead on a family law matter that has embroiled him for several years, he might derive some hope from proposed legislation on Capitol Hill that is directly focused on his problem.
If you thought Colorado was a good place to launch a small business, or even expand a burgeoning enterprise, you are right. According to a CNN-Money.com report, Colorado Springs made the list of the “8 Most Business Friendly Cities.”
While the day before Thanksgiving is a popular travel day, the days leading up to Christmas are comparably busy. Airlines and bus companies may have limited openings because of advanced reservations made by consumers. However, for fifty-two bus companies, there will be no holiday travel after they were shut down by the federal government.
Well, they're not exactly kids, but, in a sense and to the people who love them, they can certainly seem like children.
For whatever reason, child custody arrangements sometimes hit a snag during the holiday season. Maybe the visitation schedule is new and one or both parents simply aren't used to it yet, or maybe one parent forgets whose year it is to have the kids for the week. In any case, there are some steps parents in Colorado can take to help themselves and their children have a conflict-free holiday.
Although it is not technically winter yet, a blast of cold Canadian air has swept through our region, sending our weather plummeting into temperatures that we generally do not see until January. Nevertheless, the cold air creates a number of hazards that drivers must be aware of.
"Til death do us part" is a hopeful and even honorable sentiment for couples tying the marital knot who -- at the outset of marriage -- are resolute in their desire to create an enduring union.
A geographic recall has been issued by Kia of nearly 80,000 Sedona minivans for repair of control arms. The front control arms can rust and break, possibly causing steering failure. Complaints have been filed by consumers who have experienced problems, but Kia says that it is not aware of any car accidents or injuries related to defective control arms. One owner said that if the steering failure that was experienced had occurred while the children were in the car and on the highway, the consequences could have been much worse than what they were.
On Oct. 29, Bridgestone Tires filed suit against IBM in a battle sure to make business headlines for months. Most recently, IBM has defended itself, calling into question Bridgestone's business practices and insisting their own systems were working properly. Colorado businesses will want to keep a close eye on this active national case, as IBM spokespersons have come out swinging.