Nobody loves a pun quite like marijuana business owners.
In a 15-minute documentary released Wednesday with Uninterrupted, Harrington discussed what got him into the cannabis industry.
Some studies have linked legalization to a decline in opioid overdoses, but there's a lot we don't know. New research aims to answer these questions.
If the charges against Miguel Lopez are upheld, he'll be banned for three years and lose his "priority" right to run the 4/20 rally in Civic Center Park.
Larry Ulibarri and Kathie J started live broadcasting "Larry & Kathie J's Blazin' Hit Radio" from The Green Solution Studios on Monday.
Due to state laws, Oakland's regulations could not be copied in Denver where the industry is dominated by white men.
Prescription painkillers were making Eben Britton “feel insane,” so the ex-NFL player turned to cannabis products
For some ex-pro athletes, the 420 Games represent a chance to share their experiences of using cannabis to successfully treat pain.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is an opponent of legal marijuana, and there's been speculation since his nomination about what that will mean for Colorado.
The company will be the primary seed-round funder of the Cannabis Certification Council, a nonprofit venture with roots in Denver and Portland, Ore.
Marijuana facilities in the Denver metro area only make up 2.9 percent of the total warehouse inventory, but they have driven up prices.
Study participants went through a mock job interview while watching themselves on video, then had to count backwards by 13s from a five-digit number.
Plenty of people have continued to use even while saying that they should quit. That's the definition of substance-use disorder.
ArcWest Architects has proposed using the space at 2706 Larimer St. for the restaurant American Bonded and offices.
The NFL Players Association doesn’t think it can get relaxed cannabis rules without giving something up
Cannabis remains on the NFL's banned substance list.
He said it's an area that needs more research to have a definitive answer, but all the evidence to date is that it's not happening.
A defeated bill would have prohibited public employees from assisting federal agents in "arresting a Colorado citizen for committing an act that is a Colorado constitutional right."