Police Seize 814 Pot Plants During Burglary CallSeattle police said officers responded to a caller in southeast Seattle early Tuesday who said two men crawled through a ground floor window of a home.
Officials In Legal Pot State Vow To Fight Federal CrackdownBob Ferguson, attorney general in Washington state, which joined Colorado in 2012 as the first states to legalize recreational use of the drug, said he requested a meeting last week with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about his approach to legal, regulated marijuana.
Denver Starts Work On Allowing Pot In PublicDenver is starting work Wednesday on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries.
Unlicensed Medical Pot Stores Had To Close By July 1After Friday, law enforcement will be in charge of cracking down on dispensaries that are not compliant in their jurisdictions.
8 Charged With Illegally Selling Pot By Delivery In SeattleAuthorities in Seattle say eight people have been charged for illegally selling marijuana through delivery services.
Study: High-Potency Marijuana Could Cause Brain Damage, PsychosisStudy warns damage to white matter in the brain could interfere with communication between the left and right hemispheres.
Renton Police Bust Illegal Marijuana Grow OperationRenton police say about 60 local and federal law enforcement officers raided eight homes in Seattle and Renton to bust an organized criminal marijuana growing operation.
Study: Tweens Who Think Marijuana Is Cool More Likely To Drink And Drive LaterMiddle school students who had positive views about marijuana at 12 were 63 percent more likely to say they had driven drunk or ridden with someone who was intoxicated than those who reported more negative views of the drug.
Parties, Discounts To Mark Start Of Pot Sales In OregonDiscounts on pot, free food for folks with the munchies and live music will usher in a historic day for Oregon and for marijuana advocates across the country Thursday, as recreational sales of the drug that is still illegal under federal law begin in the state.
South Dakota Tribe To Open The Country's First Marijuana ResortThe Santee Sioux, a small tribe of about 400, will grow and sell pot in a smoking lounge that includes a nightclub, arcade games, bar and food service.
Startup Offers Indoor Marijuana Growing CaseStartup company Leaf is offering a self-contained hydroponic system that will automatically adjust growing conditions for up to two marijuana plants.
Felony Marijuana Charges Being Reduced For 6 Teens After 'Misinterpretation' Of State LawA prosecutor in Washington's southeastern corner is reducing felony marijuana charges he filed against six juveniles