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Denver Post | April 20, 2018
This is a make-or-break spring for GW Pharmaceuticals and its billion-dollar investment in a cannabidiol-based drug.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
The Colorado Chautauqua Association in Boulder announced its annual summer slate of concerts, which includes performances by Bela Fleck, Bruce Hornsby, Ziggy Marley and Graham Nash.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
A four month-long investigation into an alleged drug and firearms ring resulted in federal indictments of four Coloradans and the seizure of more than 3 pounds of methamphetamine and 21 firearms, officials said Friday morning.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
All evacuations put in place after the 117 wildfire burned more than 40,000 acres south of Colorado Springs have been lifted because fire crews managed to contain the blaze 100 percent, officials announced.
Westword | April 20, 2018
Denver loves the smell of marijuana in the morning—especially on April 20, our hometown holiday.
Westword | April 20, 2018
On April 19, a Senate committee approved several amendments to civil rights commission's composition and procedures.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
This year the marijuana industry has taken control of Denver's 4/20 event in Civic Center for the first time after Euflora won the right to step in for longtime permit-holder Miguel Lopez
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
The Land Title Association of Colorado (LTAC) has rejected a request from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock to make compliance with the city's affordable housing rules a requirement for obtaining title insurance.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
Democrats have secured a candidate on the ballot of every singe Colorado statewide, statehouse and congressional race.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
Boulder police have called off the search for an 83-year-old man with Parkinson's disease after finding a body outside the home where he was reported missing.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
Boulder is projecting that a budget shortfall will worsen through 2023, potentially forcing the city to scale back its services and personnel for years to come.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
Prices for employer-based health insurance -- the workhorse of the health coverage system -- are rising faster in Colorado than the national average, and that could signal a worrying trend.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
We talked to some of the metro area's best-known spots before this year's event.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
Here’s how people are celebrating and commemorating April 20, 2018, the unofficial annual marijuana holiday, across Colorado -- and all the way to Capitol Hill. From the Mile High 420 Festival to 420 On the Block, our reporters and photographers are documenting the scene.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
The Denver Police Department is warning parents about a kidnapping scam making its way around the community, authorities said Friday.
Denver Post | April 20, 2018
In true Colorado fashion, a week of fire danger is ending with a snow storm moving through the state on Friday.
Westword | April 20, 2018
A revision of Castle Rock's animal code that removes its pit-bull ban passed on first reading on April 17.
Westword | April 20, 2018
This Colorado organization has become a national model for preventing school-related cataclysms of all sorts.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Kim Hunter Reed, who worked to strengthen ties to Colorado's K-12 public school system, is leaving as executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. A search for her replacement is underway.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
A 33-year-old Thornton man has been sentenced to federal prison on drug charges.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
The sequel to the 2001 cult flick took a long, winding path to theaters -- including through the Mile High City
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
A Democrat in the Colorado House of Representatives is trying to rename a portion of Interstate 25 through Denver the "Barack Obama Highway."
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
A startup company born in the halls of University of Colorado Denver has been awarded a $165,000 grant to fund testing of a new padding material its creators believe will improve safety in football helmets.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Colorado's marijuana industry is booming and boisterous, but the burgeoning business sector is a mere blip on the state's broader employment and revenue picture.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Efforts to test drive cannabis delivery via a pilot program in Colorado stalled out in a state legislative committee this week.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Meteorologists are warning Coloradans Thursday about "very high" fire danger this afternoon over portions of the eastern plains intensified by warm temperatures, high winds and relative humidity as low as 13 percent.
Westword | April 19, 2018
Here's more evidence that nothing on the Internet ever dies: A spoof story about McDonald's restaurants in Colorado transforming their play areas into marijuana smoking lounges, which first fooled gullible web surfers in October 2015, has gone viral again, just in time for 4/20.
Westword | April 19, 2018
The Eligibility Colorado Road and Community Safety Act now moves to the governor's desk.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
A 23-year-old woman is suffering from life-threatening injuries Thursday morning after her vehicle flipped from Interstate 76 down onto York Street below, officials said.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
A large wildfire that's been raging in mostly southern El Paso County for days is now more than 40,800 acres and 60 percent contained, authorities said Thursday morning.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
A 15- to 20-acre blaze nicknamed the Skipper Island Fire forced the closure of Interstate 70 near Grand Junction Thursday afternoon
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Eight Denver Police Department officers received Preservation of Life medals for showing restraint in using force and de-escalating dangerous situations during the annual Denver Police Foundation awards ceremony.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Broncos ticketing going all digital means that printing out tickets at home won't be accepted anymore. Fans must use the Ticketmaster account manager on their phone to get into the game.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
The 117 wildfire burning south of Colorado Springs remains 40,892 acres and 60 percent contained after the third day of firefighting.
Westword | April 19, 2018
Marijuana is legal in Colorado for both medical and recreational purposes according to the state's constitution.
Westword | April 19, 2018
Five people, including the principal who retired after the cheerleading splits scandal, and four current administrators, have been charged.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Don’t blow off tree care in the aftermath of hurricane-force winds that rocked the Front Range on April 17
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Newly released billing records show that outside attorneys cost the city of Denver hundreds of thousands of dollars in the handling of two high-profile employment matters, including a sexual harassment claim on the mayor's staff.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
A group of diverse high school students and youngsters from around the country, with a common bond of gun violence in their lives, rallied in Clement Park, near Columbine High School, on Thursday night urging their counterparts to register to vote.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
The Nebraska State Patrol says troopers have seized more than 1,850 pounds of marijuana and other drugs in a traffic stop in southeastern Nebraska.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
The push to decriminalize marijuana has picked up another high-profile backer — Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer — just a week after President Donald Trump endorsed letting states decide how to regulate the drug.
Westword | April 19, 2018
Colorado is consistently ranked as one of the most productive state legislatures in the country,
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
The U.S. military has agreed to spend more than $900,000 to buy water and take other steps for Colorado communities where wells were tainted by chemicals from nearby Peterson Air Force Base.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Orion would never be able to embark on its first exploratory mission if it weren't for a"fake" Orion currently being tested beyond its brink in Littleton.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
As Toys R Us inches closer to bankruptcy oblivion, Denver-area independent toy store owners aren't awaiting hordes of new customers. They're selecting items from specialty and local suppliers, scheduling game nights and other in-store events and studying their merchandise so they can provide inform...
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Mississippi's governor just signed a law, more restrictive than in any state, banning abortions after 15 weeks. Iowa's state Senate is trying to go even further and stop abortions at around six weeks. And 20 Ohio lawmakers have proposed outlawing all abortions, even if the woman's life is in danger.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Supporters of Boulder's proposed ban on assault weapons, bump stocks and high-capacity magazines are imploring the City Council not to put the proposal to a public vote in November, and rather to pass the ban at the council level as soon as possible.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
The Army has named Denver as a finalist for a new command site that will draw on the area's academic and business resources to help modernize its operations.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Authorities will temporarily relocate homeless residents following a fire in a Durango homeless camp.
Denver Post | April 19, 2018
Technology that led to the first bison calf born at Colorado State University through in vitro fertilization is being heralded as a breakthrough for not only the bison herd but other species as well.