The massive renovation plan for the National Western Complex just got an infusion of cash, and the money will make it a state-of-the-art hub for agricultural research, business and education, according to supporters.
The Federal Aviation Administration just gave Xcel Energy the approval to fly the drones, and Xcel says its customers will be the big winners.
A new hydroelectric facility in Montrose is getting nearly a million dollars as part of a federal project to invest in water conservation and reuse projects in the drought-stricken West.
Protesters are calling on the attorney general to investigate a Fort Collins animal testing company after three beagles allegedly died there.
A new lawsuit has been filed involving medical marijuana, this one claiming a Denver businessman and unsuccessful city council candidate schemed to monopolize the new industry in Illinois.
A Boulder-based business accelerator looks to expand growth of the $2.7 billion legal marijuana industry by providing pot entrepreneurs with training and capital for the cannabis industry.
A Denver-based law firm gave the University of Denver Sturm College of Law a $45,000 commitment for a three-year professorship for marijuana law and policy, the school announced Monday.
A specialty dog food company is voluntarily recalling a frozen product distributed in four states over fears of possible salmonella contamination.
Chipotle supply chain workers protested in downtown Denver on Wednesday morning to draw attention to poor work conditions.
The CEO of Frontier Airlines resigned and was replaced by the carrier’s chairman and president, who vowed to improve a record of frequent flight delays and customer complaints.