Morning Headlines: Webroot Protects Android, Mayoral Candidates Get "Real," Ski Country Fights Daylight Saving, and More

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April 5 2011, 9:45 AM

Dank Transactions: Colorado may have better pot than Amsterdam (Westword), but Glenwood Springs' Alpine Bank doesn't want to be associated with the medical marijuana trade and is suing Telluride-based dispensary Alpine Dank to stamp out any potential confusion (Aspen Times).

Reality Check: Unless you're a political junkie—and often even if you are—candidate debates can leave you so bored only a Skins party scene could wash the dull glaze from your eyes. But reality TV might just inspire some Denver mayoral candidates to up their entertainment ante tomorrow night at Casselman's (Colorado Independent).

Snow Time: Sponsors of a bill that would make daylight saving time the only time in Colorado have been pushing it as a boon for outdoors enthusiasts, but Colorado Ski Country wants to keep changing the clocks (Denver Post).

Big Fry: Boulder County is losing a corporate staple, as Ricoh Co. Ltd. relocates its InfoPrint Solutions HQ to New Jersey (Daily Camera). Local layoffs are expected there, while in Denver the Golden Arches readies to hire 1,000 new employees (Denver Business Journal).

Geeks Rejoice: Good news, gamers: Researchers at Colorado State University say World of Warcraft can benefit you (Coloradoan). And Broomfield-based Webroot gets into the mobile-security trade with software for Android (All Things Digital).