Even though the New York Times Editorial Board got the headlines for its pro-pot stance this week, the real credit should go to Colorado.
Drug investigators and Denver Police Department numbers indicate that the black market for marijuana is thriving more than ever.
There’s a new campaign to try to prevent overdosing on marijuana edibles.
Rental car workers at Denver International Airport say pot tourists are regularly leaving them with marijuana that travelers don’t want to try to carry through DIA.
Authorities are blaming a destructive house fire in Thornton on a small marijuana growing operation in the basement.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter are asking the Internal Revenue Service to waive penalties levied on marijuana businesses for paying taxes in cash.
Three hash oil operators have been charged after they were badly burned in an explosion at a Denver warehouse.
A man is facing charges of arson and reckless endangerment for a hash oil explosion in Colorado’s high country.
Denver prosecutors have charged three people suspected of causing an explosion at a warehouse while trying to extract hash oil from marijuana.
Colorado is smoking pot by the ton, and visitors are, too. That’s the conclusion from Colorado pot regulators who have issued what might be the world’s first market study of legal recreational marijuana.