Whether cities in Washington state can ban marijuana businesses is the subject of new lawsuit
The state attorney general’s office has asked a federal judge in Seattle to dismiss a lawsuit challenging Washington’s authority to tax marijuana sales.
Prosecutors say 38-year-old Jason Loken thought he was selling six pounds of pot to a prostitute last summer when he was confronted by two robbers who bound him and stole his marijuana, hash oil and guns
A 21-year-old Boise man has been arrested on accusations he used the mail to traffic marijuana
A “weed fairy” keeps posting signs advertising free marijuana around Seattle.
Hundreds of butane canisters exploded at a house where marijuana was illegally being processed into hash oil
The U.S. Interior Department said Tuesday it doesn’t want federal irrigation water being used to grow marijuana in Washington, Colorado or anywhere else.
A man recently called a Washington County 911 dispatcher with an unusual request.
Washington State should be barred from collecting thousands of dollars in state and local marijuana taxes from an authorized marijuana dispensary and its owner because there are already pending federal charges, a lawsuit filed in federal court claims.
The green-cross storefronts of medical marijuana dispensaries are common in much of Washington, and the state is plowing ahead with licensing people to grow and sell recreational pot to adults.