'Not For Kids' Label Required For Pot ProductsThe symbol , chosen by the Washington Poison Center, features a bright red hand held up in a "stop" gesture
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.
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
More Pot-Impaired Drivers In Deadly Crashes In 2014Commission member Shelly Baldwin says that's alarming — especially considering that the number of alcohol-related fatal crashes has been dropping
Math Error Blamed In Pot Store's Sale Of Weed To MinorThe co-owner of a Blaine, Washington, marijuana store says a simple math error caused an employee to sell pot to a minor during a state compliance check.
Study: Scant Evidence That Medical Pot Helps Many DiseasesResearchers evaluated 47 brands of medical marijuana products, including candy, baked goods and drinks, bought at dispensaries in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
Dad Accused Of Blowing Pot Smoke Into His Infant's MouthOfficers said they responded to a report of a domestic argument at the Beaverton home of 22-year-old Christopher Robert Kling on Sunday night when a family friend gave them a smartphone video of Kling drawing smoke from a glass pipe and blowing it into the child's mouth
Police: Man Tried To Sell Marijuana To Off-Duty OfficerKnow your customer.
Researchers Developing Portable Marijuana BreathalyzerResearchers at Washington State University are developing a breath test for marijuana that would be similar to current alcohol detection methods, but would indicate levels of THC active in a driver’s system.
Marijuana Grower To Auction Off His CropRandy Williams, the owner of Fireweed Farms in the Yakima Valley, said the auction will occur Saturday at his 450-plant outdoor farm
Report: Homeless People, African-American Males Most Likely To Be Ticketed For Public Pot UseAn analysis of the first six months of Seattle police enforcement under new marijuana laws finds homeless people and African American males are more likely to be ticketed for public pot use than anyone else
Washington Pot Shops Prepare For Historic Sales With the clock ticking down to the start of legal weed sales in Washington state, store owners hoping to start selling on Tuesday are consumed by details as they try to make sure there's pot on the shelves.