Denver, Colorado marijuana news, culture, resources
Updated: 5 days 12 hours ago
A student's backpack that smelled like marijuana led police in Florida to his house, where they found a small grow house run by his parents.
Two court rulings have limited police seizures in the state of Indiana, after police seized the truck of a man charged with dealing marijuana.
A bong rip would help you relax, you think. Yet the angel on your shoulder tells you: Smoke later, after your date ends. Listen to the angel
The Nevada Gaming Commission hopes to address problems the state's legalization of recreational marijuana may present during an upcoming special meeting.
Op-ed: The “round ’em up and corral ’em” approach didn’t work. Let’s not go down that path again. Here are some simple alternatives.
A number of Philadelphia-area law firms are setting up practices to serve the cannabis industry despite concerns of an uncertain future.
Colorado's largest city is on the brink of licensing some of the nation's first legal marijuana clubs, but Denver's elaborate hurdles for potential weed-friendly gathering places may mean the city gets few takers for the new licenses.
Last week, Lagunitas debuted SuperCritical, an IPA made with marijuana terpenes provided by CannaCraft, a company that makes cannabis vape cartridges.
A city of Aspen parks employee helped police by retrieving a black container with marijuana inside from the "waste collector" beneath the men's bathroom.
It appears that San Bernardino County may burn a company's plans to turn Nipton, California into a marijuana tourism mecca.
It’s in the NFL’s interest to recognize now what its players did long ago: Cannabis is a far safer and more effective treatment for pain than the powerful and dangerous opioids the league is doling out.
There's a lot of expectation invested in a few acres of hemp growing on the edge of the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota.
Michigan marijuana legalization organizers need to collect hundreds of thousands of signatures to get an initiative on the November 2018 state ballot.
Ricardo Baca guest commentary: Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and state Attorney General Cynthia Coffman should join Washington in calling out federal data as unreliable, misleading and inaccurate.
Millennials are the first generation of college graduates who can job-hunt in the legal marijuana industry, and many are showing an interest.
Eli Harrington thinks holding the first-ever Vermont Hemp Festival in the rural, remote Northeast Kingdom makes perfect sense.
Will the snozzberries tast like snozzberries the second time around?
Featured guest: Comedian David “Deacon” Gray. Talking about fresh voices in cannabis comedy and pro heckling. Plus, exclusive interview with the Lucas Bros.
Featured guest: Comedian David “Deacon” Gray. Talking about fresh voices in cannabis comedy and pro heckling. Plus, an exclusive interview with the Lucas Bros.
Yolo County, California is fostering what could be a prime example of the cannabis industry working in tandem with local economy and law.