An unusual side effect from marijuana use is showing up at hospitals: vomiting.
Marijuana is turning out to be a big business for the state of Arizona.
A federal judge has ruled Northern California county officials can’t stop trucks from delivering water to Hmong farmers who are illegally growing marijuana, saying the practice raises “serious questions” about racial discrimination and leaves the growers without a source of water for drinking, bathing and growing food.
A garbage truck crashed into a suspected illegal marijuana grow operation in Sterling Heights.
Thousands of Texas veterans suffering often life-threatening post-traumatic stress disorder can now legally access medical cannabis to ease the symptoms.
Following the passage of Proposition 207 in 2020, people convicted of low-level marijuana offenses in Arizona can get their conviction expunged. Advocates, however, say there's more to be done.
Officials say the suspect unlocked the front security gate of Urban Greenhouse on May 3 and walked inside, stealing a “large sum of money” from some safes.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer proposed legislation Wednesday to legalize marijuana at the federal level.
The legal avenue that will allow marijuana-related criminal records to be expunged was made possible by Proposition 207, which was passed by voters in November 2020.
The estimated street value of the products seized is $1.19 billion.
President Biden said "the rules are the rules" and sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson knew them before using marijuana, which she tested positive for and will therefore not be allowed to compete in the Olympics later this month.
The Siskiyou County Sheriff said the man was trying to drive into the Mount Shasta Vista subdivision on Monday and pointed a handgun at the group of officers that included a sheriff’s deputy and local police.
Officials with the Arizona Department of Health Services say a voluntary recall is underway for eight marijuana products due to potential salmonella or Aspergillus, or mold contamination.
Connecticut became the 19th state in the U.S. Tuesday to legalize recreational marijuana, which still remains an illegal drug under federal law.
First, it was free beer. Then, it was the chance for cash and loads of other prizes. Now, it's “Joints for Jabs.”
Emjay, a California-based weed delivery and retail company, will pay the summer intern $15 per hour to test all 600 of its products and write reviews.
Amazon says it will no longer test jobseekers for marijuana use.
Mint Dispensary spent June 1 offering free edibles and a pre-roll to people getting the shot at a local pop-up location.
Marshawn Lynch says he invested in the cannabis industry because he wants to lift up as many people as he can.
A new financial system is helping the cannabis industry in Arizona with purchases until most financial institutions allow for transactions until the SAFE Banking Act is passed.