A pilot program would need authorization from the Colorado General Assembly and the Denver City Council. The process is likely to be contentious.
The founder of CorePower Yoga likely died after falling and repeatedly striking his head, according to a report from the San Diego Medical Examiner's Office released Thursday.
The Colorado Department of Health and the Environment announced Monday the launch of their permanent drug take-back program.
The founder of CorePower Yoga reportedly died this month after accidentally falling in his San Diego home.
It could be at least four weeks before law enforcement determines whether the founder of CorePower Yoga was murdered or died of other causes, San Diego Police Lt. Mike Holden said Thursday evening.
The founder of the Denver-based yoga franchise, CorePower Yoga, was found dead Monday in his San Diego home.
Thousands of Denver-metro residents deposited bottles with unused prescription drugs at the six district stations and the Cherokee Street headquarters.
Denver-based Cordant Health Solutions announced on Monday the roll-out of a new drug take-back program that aims to combat nationwide opiate abuse.