Colorado florists are offering marijuana floral arrangements for Valentine’s Day.
The U.S. Forest Service will take another 30 days to review objections to a land swap that would allow construction of a road to a proposed residential development near the Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Crews worked to repair a water main break in downtown Denver in front of the entrance to the U.S. Mint on Thursday.
After 44 years, a popular entertainment village in the foothills of the Denver metro area is closing. Heritage Square will close at the end of the year.
A federal jury has awarded nearly $15 million to 11 Denver-area warehouse workers who accused a trucking company of segregating workers by race, calling black people “stupid Africans” and punishing those who complained.
Marijuana makes money. But legalizing it doesn’t eliminate the black market or solve a state’s budget problems. Those are the lessons from Colorado’s first full year of tax collections on recreational pot.
Boulder city councilors are discussing what to do about short-term online rentals.
Colorado finally knows how much tax revenue it collected from recreational marijuana in the first year of sales, and the haul was below estimates – about $44 million.
Elitch Gardens has begun hiring for the 2015 season. The amusement park is looking for 1,500 people to fill jobs that will start in April.
Home Depot is already looking ahead to the spring and has begun taking applications for part-time and seasonal positions.