Undercover police led a sting operation.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock joined mayors of several other cities in calling for policy changes to make it easier for cities to regulate legal marijuana.
The legislation would ensure states have the right to determine the best approach to marijuana within their borders.
The two-wheel debate of 2018 is only beginning.
One Colorado woman advocates training for skills like business-plan writing for those wanting to shift from the black market to legal market, and increased mentorship.
Councilwoman Kendra Black wants Denver to use much more of its marijuana money to get housing built, and she's not alone.
Denver council task force digs into why businesses don’t want social pot consumption licenses, and how to fix that
So far only two businesses have applied for the necessary Designated Consumption Area license.
More marijuana tax money will go toward school construction starting next year, but the funds won’t go as far as they could have.
Here's what we saw at Denver's annual stoner Christmas.
Sen. Gardner has his own marijuana legislation coming soon. Mayor Hancock hopes the country can follow Denver's lead. Here's what other Colorado elected officials are saying.
"It's a celebration, and we still have work to do. The war on drugs has not ended; the negative impact on communities of color has not ended."
Lying liars are lying: Colorado McDonald’s franchises not converting play areas into pot-smoking centers
The fast-food company said there is no truth to a report on social media.
Hancock described the marijuana industry as “stepping up” and asking to be part of the solution.
Sen. Gardner announced that he had struck a deal with the Department of Justice to keep guidelines outlined in the Cole Memorandum in place.
Denver's Office of Marijuana Policy says 13 businesses or potential business entities have inquired about a DCA license, but only Utopia and The Coffee Joint — which got its license in February — have applied.