Denver Officials Say Many Home Marijuana Growers Still Not Following The LawsDenver police officers are encountering many people who say they aren't familiar with the city's grow laws.
Pot Poisonings Up, Colorado Health Department Urges ResponsibilityThe number of marijuana-related calls to the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center grows every year.
Denver Police Arrest Handful Of People At 4/20 EventDenver police say there weren't any serious incidents during Saturday's 4/20 Festival at Civic Center Park.
Group Celebrates Passover With Cannabis-Friendly CelebrationThe American Israel Cannabis Association is hosting a cannibis-friendly Passover celebration on Sunday.
Citizenship Barred From Immigrants Working In Pot Industry: 'Gut Wrenching'Marijuana may be legal in Colorado, but immigrants are finding out their applications for citizenship are being denied if they work in the cannabis industry.
Governor Signs Bill That Brings Medical Marijuana To Children With AutismSurrounded by parents and children with autism, Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law on World Autism Day.
Lawmakers Tackle Black Market For Marijuana DeliveryA bill before a Colorado House committee would allow for the legal delivery of marijuana from licensed dispensaries.
Doctor: More Oversight On Edibles Needed As ER Visits Climb In DenverFive years after Colorado first legalized marijuana, a new study shows pot's bad effects are sending more people to the emergency room.
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.