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Nice afternoon with a couple of small showers as weak front moved back north as a warm front. Some fog again tonight but should be more low clouds as enough wind should keep the fog from being to widespread. An upper level disturbance will pass north of the area late tomorrow with T-storms in northeast Texas. Big question is will the ...

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Last Update on April 25, 2014 07:10 GMT

POT RENTALS

DENVER (AP) -- Tourists looking for a high time could be headed to Colorado. At least that's what some entrepreneurs think -- and they're trying to tap into the cash flow from marijuana vacations. AirTHC offers bed-and-breakfast listings, much like AirBNB. KUSA-TV reports visitors are able to rent homes where weed use won't be an issue. Pot is legal in Colorado, but smoking it in public is not.

POT ARREST-TRAIN

HAVRE, Mont. (AP) -- If you're carrying nearly two pounds of weed -- firing some up might seem like a bad idea. But border patrol agents say they've busted a man during the check of an Amtrak train in Montana. Officials say the agents smelled pot. A local paper (Havre Daily News) reports a passenger told officers he had been smoking pot and had even more in his backpack. Authorities add 23-year-old Ryan Smart is being held on suspicion of a number of drug charges.

TRAVELER'S CASH SEIZED-DOG

CHANTILLY, Va. (AP) -- Have cash -- will travel. But won't have cash for long. Officials at Washington Dulles International Airport have seized a large amount of money. A U.S. citizen arriving from Qatar declared eight-grand at customs. But Customs and Border Protection officials say a detection dog alerted them to nearly 25-K in an envelope in his luggage. There's no limit to how much cash travelers can carry, but they must declare 10-grand and up. Officers seized the dough but didn't arrest him. The man was told how to petition to get the money back.

CITY POLITICIAN-PEEPING TOM

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) -- A Northern California politician denies he's a peeping Tom. Sure, Santa Rosa Supervisor Efren Carrillo testified he made a late-night visit to a neighbor. And Carrillo concedes he was only wearing his socks and his skivvies. But Carrillo says he never peeked into the woman's windows. Carrillo says he had been drinking and has an inflated ego but denies the misdemeanor charge. It's now up to a jury to decide.

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