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.
Beginning in January, the five licensed marijuana shops in unincorporated Boulder County will be able to stay open three hours later at night, under a regulatory revision the county commissioners endorsed Thursday.
Boulder County-licensed pot shops would be able to stay open three more hours each night under a regulation change to be considered by the county commissioners on Thursday.
Police have arrested a Longmont woman they say knew the Nov. 10 armed marijuana robbery in Sunshine Canyon was going to happen, but failed to alert the victim.
Sales of hemp products will reach $500 million nationwide in 2015, according to a preliminary analysis by the Boulder-based Hemp Business Journal.
Surveys of Boulder County teenagers show that a substantial majority view binge-drinking as a harmful behavior. A much smaller majority sees regular marijuana use in the same light.
The second suspect in an armed marijuana robbery in Sunshine Canyon on Nov. 10 has been arrested a little more than a week after the other suspect in the case was shot and killed by police following two separate high-speed chases.
Nascent cannabis entrepreneurs from Canopy Boulder’s fall class faced a tough crowd during an investor preview round of pitches, fielding questions about unproven business models and inflated valuations.
One suspect remains at large in an armed marijuana robbery in Sunshine Canyon on Tuesday that eventually led to a suspected accomplice being fatally shot in a standoff with police after two separate high-speed chases.
Two Boulder marijuana businesses stand accused of violating the city’s ban on pot advertising because they had booths at Out Boulder’s Pridefest celebration last month.
Boulder marijuana businesses would have the ability to request quasi-judicial hearings when they face revocation or suspension of their licenses under an amendment to a series of revisions to the city’s pot regulations that moved forward late Tuesday night.
Following a recent trend, the number of arrests for drug and alcohol violations among University of Colorado students declined in 2014, according to newly released crime statistics.
Boulder City Council members want to move into a new era in marijuana regulation that is more focused on helping the industry succeed and less about keeping operators under the microscope.
Representatives of the marijuana industry, supported by Boulder City Councilman Macon Cowles, want the city to reconsider its approach to marijuana regulation and come in line with the rest of the state.
Macon Cowles wants his fellow City Council members to throw out Boulder’s strict marijuana business regulations and instead adopt the state’s comparatively relaxed rules — with a few tweaks for local procedures.
The University of Colorado dropped to No. 7 on the Princeton Review’s “Reefer Madness” list, which ranks colleges and universities by the popularity of cannabis on campus.
The University of Colorado will remain open to the public today, the first time in four years the Boulder campus will not be closed on 4/20.
The Boulder Transit Center at 1400 Walnut St. was briefly evacuated and the area around the downtown station shut down this morning after police received a report of a suspicious device that turned out to be a bong, according to dispatchers.
The University of Colorado will keep the Boulder campus open to the public on 4/20 this year for the first time since it began shutting implementing April 20 closures on the marijuana holiday in 2012.