Tens of thousands of marijuana plants have been put on hold from curation or destroyed all together at 11 different legal pot grow operations in the city of Denver after certain pesticides were discovered being used in grow processes.
The contractors who will build Colorado State University’s new on-campus football stadium have guaranteed that it won’t cost the university more than $220 million.
Lawmakers may stop a major construction hotel project in Aurora from being built. A bill advancing through the state Capitol would change the plan for the Gaylord Rockies Hotel and Conference Center.
Measures to ban the use of welfare cards at pot shops have been signed into law in Colorado.
A more than 700-mile-long power line project to export Wyoming wind power to California has cleared a significant regulatory hurdle.
Colorado is planning to crack down on pesticide use in the pot industry after thousands of plants have been found treated with unauthorized chemicals.
This year’s property valuations are in the mail and will reflect the impact of higher prices brought on by high demand and a low supply of homes in the metro area.
RTD is considering revisions to its proposed fare structure for buses and light rail. After months of meetings and surveys, RTD is considering a simpler, two tier fare structure.
Denver home prices are through the roof. In fact, the latest numbers show home prices in Denver jumped higher than any other city in the country.
Blue Bell Creameries on Monday began cleaning up and moving forward after a listeria outbreak killed three consumers and sickened others.