Denver To Host Experts To Talk Medical Marijuana & Parkinson's DiseaseFor the first time, the Parkinson's Foundation is openly talking about the use of medical marijuana for Parkinson's disease (PD).
1 Of 2 Denver Social Marijuana Consumption Businesses Closes Up ShopOne of only two licensed marijuana consumption facilities in Colorado has now closed its doors after only a month of business.
Colorado Reports $6 Billion In Marijuana Sales Since 2014Colorado regulators say more than $6 billion in marijuana products have been sold since 2014 in the state.
'Turn Over A New Leaf' Clinic Opens Door To Erase Some Marijuana ConvictionsMany Denver residents who were cited for illegal possession of marijuana before 2014 have a second chance at a clean criminal record, thanks to the “Turn Over a New Leaf” program.
Effort To Allow Marijuana Dispensaries To Use Banks ResurfacesNext week, a congressional hearing on access to banking for cannabis related services is expected.
Founder Of International Church Of Cannabis Stands TrialA founder of a Denver church that uses marijuana in its sacraments is on trial for misdemeanor charges of possessing and using marijuana.
3 Sweet Leaf Dispensary Owners Get Jail Time For 'Looping'Three owners of the Sweet Leaf marijuana dispensaries will spend a year in prison and a year on parole.
'This Is The Truth': Art Exhibit Features Young Faces Of CannabisA new art exhibit in Denver is showing the younger side of medical marijuana.
Pot Helping Fill Denver's Pot Holes: 'Gets The Job Done'Pot is helping fix Denver's pot holes.
Verdict Reached In Controversial Marijuana Grow Facility LawsuitA verdict was reached in a federal lawsuit between homeowners in Pueblo County and a neighboring marijuana grow.
Federal Trial Begins For Lawsuit Against Pueblo County Marijuana FacilityIt's state law versus federal law in a civil case involving marijuana which is now being heard by a jury in U.S. District Court.
Elbert County Asks State For Funding To Crack Down On Illegal MarijuanaThe Elbert County Sheriff's Office is asking for more money from the state to crack down on illegal marijuana grows.