There are signs that price gains may level off: home sales nationally are flat, and if mortgage interest rates continue to rise it will dampen demand.
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Genetic coding, isotopes and Bitcoin-like databases may be used to keep tabs on the origins of marijuana and other cannabis products.
Single family home construction has lagged since the Great Recession in most states, including Colorado.
The owners plan to charge an entry fee to the bring-your-own space where people can vape or consume edible pot products.
"There's many opportunities to make this a better state, and I don't see how the Olympics fit into that," said former Gov. Dick Lamm.
Round-the-clock service for Uber's new Express Pool has rolled out in LA, Philadelphia, Washington, Miami, San Diego and Denver.
Old sugar beet processing plants, or in some cases the land they were located on, are showing new economic development promise.
Eddie Soto, the field director for Denver Latino-focused nonprofit Servicios de La Raza, on a new education campaign.
Everyone knows the importance of the Gold Rush in Colorado's history. But what about the White Gold Rush of sugar beets In the late 1800s.
Anticipation of business-friendly policies has led to reports of near-euphoric levels confidence during most of the Trump presidency.
A Boulder-based company offers a website and app that allows employees to recognize colleagues by awarding small bonuses.
Even tourists who stop into a dispensary for a joint during a visit to the Mile High City risk running afoul of customs agents who are increasingly searching phones and social media.
The store's La Alma-Lincoln neighborhood space is already open but is only selling coffee and pre-packaged snacks for now.
New government figures out last week show the multi-billion dollar outdoor industry contributed 2 percent of the country’s gross domestic product in 2016.