Boulder’s BDS Analytics, a leading data repository for the cannabis industry, just landed a cash infusion to fuel its ambitions of national and international expansion.
The Boulder City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a series of rule changes for the local cannabis industry, and planned to reevaluate some key matters later this year.
Boulder, Colorado, may loosen municipal marijuana regulations, including one that would allow cannabis businesses to give away promotional materials.
Natural Products Expo West, the industry’s largest trade show, served as the coming out party for CBD and brands like Weller Snacks, makers of hemp extract-enriched coconut bites.
A fundraising drive is underway to raise $42,000 to add a second CUChange Mobile Pharmacology Lab that would double the fleet of vehicles.
A cultivation facility that, according to state records, is licensed to local pot shop Boulder Botanics was fined $2,000 for a “failure to remedy odor violations.”
Boulder-based AeroGrow, a maker of hydroponic indoor gardens, reported revenue of $2.5 million for the quarter, an increase of 14 percent from last year.
Rep. Jared Polis had some choice words for a New Jersey assemblyman who said the Pearl Street Mall is overrun with dirty undead zoned out on weed.
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office announced they removed more than 100 marijuana plants from a Coal Creek Canyon home where three people were found dead earlier this month.
In Boulder, there’s a company that’s investing millions of dollars specifically to help startups in the legal marijuana industry.
Americanna, the Boulder-based maker of the state’s most popular marijuana-infused edible is planning to leave Boulder. Here’s why.
Scotts Miracle-Gro now is the majority owner of AeroGrow, the indoor gardening products company that was Scotts’ first foray into hydroponics.
Christopher Mallory, Boulder County’s marijuana regulator, joins the Cannabist Show to discuss some of the unique regulations in the Colorado county.
Featured guests: Josh Blue, a Denver-based stand-up comedian, and Christopher Mallory, the licensing program manager at the Boulder County Marijuana & Liquor Licensing Authority. LOTS TO TALK ABOUT • Consuming cannabis for recreation, as a medical marijuana patient. • Why this artist’s creative process, across many mediums, always includes a…
Featured guests: Denver comic Josh Blue and Boulder County regulator Christopher Mallory. Talking creativity, medical marijuana patient issues and local laws.
University of Colorado’s Boulder campus has been wanting to shake the party school image for years. Here’s where it’s ranked now.
More than $8.4 million has flowed into Boulder County communities thanks to tax revenue generated by the sale of marijuana since legal sales began two-and-a-half years ago.
34-year-old Jonathan Tarr was sent to University of Colorado Hospital for his burns from the explosion, and staff mistakenly discharged him without alerting the police.
For the first time in years, it will be business as usual on the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus on April 20, as no closures are planned for Norlin Quad.
People cultivating or processing marijuana in their unincorporated Boulder County homes would have to comply with new restrictions and conditions up for county Planning Commission review on Wednesday.
Santa Monica-based Spare is an ATM-replacement app that seeks to join the pot banking field in cannabis startup accelerator Canopy Boulder’s spring class.
Boulder-based cannabis accelerator Canopy Boulder is delaying the start of its inaugural San Francisco class after too few businesses applied. Canopy co-founder Patrick Rea cites the patchwork regulation that exists in the state as a reason too few businesses are ready to set up shop.
Two University of Colorado student groups are joining together because they want to ensure that students on the Boulder campus use drugs safely. The Psychedelic Club and Students for Sensible Drug Policy want to create a joint student group office inside CU’s student center, possibly as early as this fall, to provide students with information on drugs and how to use them responsibly.
Short-term rental company Bud and Breakfast, the self-proclaimed “Airbnb for pot smokers” is hoping to corner another potential emerging market: weed weddings.
The Boulder startup has teamed with Denver’s Love and Marij, a cannabis event planning site, to provide venues for couples that don’t want to leave their love of herb at home.
The five licensed marijuana sales shops in unincorporated Boulder County can stay open longer at night, starting on New Year’s Day.