California’s governor signed three new bills into law on Friday that attempt to regulate an industry that has been blamed for worsening the state’s drought and causing environmental damage.
Confidential informants told the feds that two weed farms in California have ties to the CEO of a large Canadian tobacco firm, according to a federal warrant made public this week.
Law enforcement officials found a giant water storage bladder, dams, and man-made ponds during raids of pot farms in California's Emerald Triangle.
The Oath Keepers were part of an armed confrontation with the federal government last April in Nevada — and now they're gathering around an Oregon mine facing possible eviction.
Seattle is taking a revolutionary approach to treating drug abuse, diverting addicts who potentially face criminal charges to housing, treatment, and other services.
In a shift that reverses years of either opposing or ignoring attempts at reform, pot farmers in Northern California have started mobilizing to make their crop legal in 2016.
US Army Corps of Engineers flood safety rules require water managers to release capacity from reservoirs, even during a drought — a situation that some California legislators are seeking to change.
A tribe from the renowned marijuana-growing region known as the Emerald Triangle plans to build a 2.5-acre indoor grow-op with the help of corporate partners.
Police and prosecutors warn that drug dealers are diverting Colorado's recreational pot to other states, but marijuana advocates say there's reason to be skeptical of these claims.
Among the array of political and societal breakthroughs, the legalization of marijuana in Washington DC, Alaska, and Oregon proved that legalization at the state and municipal level was one of the year's most important policy shifts.
Former Sgt. Zachary Sorrell is accused of illegal firearm possession and child abduction. A California DA is taking prosecution seriously, and so is the NRA.
Data shows that meth seizures along the border have spiked, and local law enforcement agents say they're busting far fewer labs than they have in years past.
The study was conducted over the course of five years and found that ketamine helps reverse one of the key symptoms that bipolar depressed patients experience.
A New York woman is suing the DEA after they created a fake Facebook account using photos of her, her young son, and her niece.
After decades spent operating in the shadows, the ever-growing legal marijuana industry has begun supporting federal campaigns and lobbying efforts in Washington DC.
On top of increased law enforcement activity, there's a new source of anxiety for California's pot farmers.
A new law in the City of Brotherly Love will make possession less than 30 grams of pot equivalent to a $25 jaywalking ticket.
In states that have decriminalized medical weed, an average of 25 percent fewer people are dying from overdoses of opioid analgesics each year.
The now-dead legislation aimed to bridge a long-standing feud between California cops and marijuana advocates.
Early results from a biannual study found only 54 percent of teens in the state viewed marijuana as risky, compared to 58 percent in 2011.