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2 hrs ago | Redwood Times
As one of the largest producers of marijuana-infused edibles in Colorado, Dr. J's Hash Infusion makes chocolates, caramels and candies.
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6 hrs ago | Denver Post
A legislative session rife with bipartisanship on flood and wildfire recovery, though divided on issues of renewable energy and gun control , enters its second half this week with lawmakers set to home in on the state budget and reforms to Colorado's telecommunication laws.
10 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
The Colorado Secretary of State's Business Intelligence Center and the Governor's Office are sponsoring Go Code Colorado with the goal of making government data more accessible and helpful to businesses.
14 hrs ago | Bradenton.com
The biggest news to hit the Legislature this week won't come from the Capitol but from the Department of Revenue, which is expected to report Colorado's first statewide recreational marijuana tax numbers.
16 hrs ago | Denver Post
State Sen. Vicki Marble, R-Fort Collins, listens last month as Stephanie Piko, mayor pro tem of Centennial and mother of two high schoolers in the Cherry Creek School District, speaks at a news conference on Marble's "Colorado Moms Bill" that delayed Common Core tests.
It's pretty easy these days to be frustrated with the state of politics in Washington.
A man tries to light a grill in one of Colorado's new "Drive High, Get A DUI" ads.
More than has been obligated to state and local governments' response and recovery work.
Sully, a character from Pixar's "Monsters University" film, stands on display next to members of the media as they receive a demonstration of the Disney Infinity video game system during a Disney Interactive event in Los Angeles in June 2013.
The Southern Gentleman that make up the lovable Eli Young Band have just released their fifth album.
More than 20,000 Rocky Mountain sandhill cranes make a two-month winter stop in the San Luis Valley during their migration North to Idaho and Canada.
Connect for Health Colorado Executive Director Patty Fontneau, sitting next to board chairwoman Gretchen Hammer, explains her organization's 2014 operation plan to a legislative committee earlier this year.
CDOT unveiled TV ads yesterday in an effort to stopped stoned driving. The "Drive High, Get a DUI' campaign comes with a million dollar price tag.
Even though the state of Colorado has become the butt of more marijuana jokes than Cheech Marin, our state government is paying to put some pot jokes on TV.
In this Feb. 28, 2014 photo, a Lyft bingo card is available for riders to play inside a private car driven by a part time Lyft driver in Denver.
Frustrated and angry, more than 100 cabbies pulled up outside the Colorado Statehouse early this legislative session to protest tech startups known as ridesharing services.