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The cannabis industry is facing its longest downturn yet, with no end in sight

After years of growth, the industry has logged 17 straight months of decline

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried gave thousands to Colorado Democratic campaigns in the 2022 elections

Grand jury, regulators claim Bankman-Fried tried to influence elections with donations, including in Colorado

Colorado firearm sales at record levels in pandemic

Gun sales rise more than 80% in April

Coors to close Denver office

Company plans to make big investment at brewing plant in Golden

3.2 Beer is gone, but Colorado didn’t notice – sales jumped in January

Colorado beer sales set a new monthly record in January. When grocery and convenience stores started stocking full-strength and craft beers, it wasn’t clear how Colorado’s beer ma...

Colorado cannabis wants to go public, but not everyone is on board

Lack of investor capital could be state industry’s undoing

After years of big growth, Colorado craft beer is slowing

DENVER (AP) – After years of double and triple digit growth, craft beer is slowing, weighed down by intense competition and even systemic changes to Colorado’s beer market. There are more th...

Colorado’s economy winning, but not everyone shares in victory

Some businesses struggle to find qualified workers

Colorado medical marijuana sales take a nosedive. Is the end nigh?

Medical cannabis is on the decline. Sales have dropped for 19 straight months in Colorado. That was the expectation as recreational stores took hold, but the data shows the declines have acc...

Colorado job growth quickens, surprising economists

Colorado has the fifth lowest unemployment rate in the nation. May saw just 2.8 percent of the workforce without a job. Economists say that’s basically full employment, and it sho...

Protect Colorado has $8.4 million ready to do battle this November

Environmental group to fight buffer

Colorado governor’s race: An expensive campaign with a major gap in disclosure

Even in the digital age, TV is still king — at least when it comes to political advertisements. But the way some of those ads are paid for and reported leaves more questions than answers. ...