With marijuana now legal in Arizona, people convicted of using the drug are wondering, what happens to their criminal records as many want them to be cleared.
City officials again canceled the 420 cannabis celebration in Golden Gate Park due to state and local restrictions on large gatherings.
New Yorkers can now possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis under a legalization bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
New York lawmakers have finalized an agreement to legalize recreational marijuana sales to adults over the age of 21.
An upscale Detroit restaurant has a message for guests: Dress up and don't come in smelling like marijuana.
What was once a greenhouse to grow tomatoes has become one of the biggest cannabis growing operations in the entire country and it’s located right here in Arizona.
Since recreational marijuana was legalized in Arizona, businesses have seen a rush of customers, and one new dispensary in Phoenix is offering special shopping hours for seniors and medical card holders. FOX 10 photojournalist Corey Goodwin has more.
Seth Rogen, an actor, filmmaker, comedian and proud marijuana enthusiast, is bringing his cannabis and lifestyle brand, Houseplant, to the U.S.
The move comes more than three months since voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot question to legalize adult use of the drug.
It's been a month since recreational marijuana sales began in Arizona, and as demand remains high, some medical marijuana patients are concerned over the impact such high demand for marijuana product could have on their health.
The California Department of Public Health is now allowing people who work at medical marijuana retail shops a shot at the front of the COVID-19 vaccine line, before some teachers and emergency workers. Some say it makes perfect sense, while others are outraged.
The video has racked up over 230,000 views in one day.
It's been weeks since January 22, when people can buy marijuana in Arizona legally for recreational use, and managers of dispensaries say they have had to make some changes since then.
AZDHS says it has received 79 applications since the application period began on Wednesday. Six of those applications are under review.
Defense attorney Zachary Divelbiss of Future First Law explains who can buy recreational marijuana, how much you can buy, where it can be smoked, and how much is considered driving under the influence in Arizona.
Industry leaders believe those who use medical marijuana cards should continue paying fees to retain those cards despite legalization in Arizona.
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Jan. 22 approved licenses for 86 facilities to begin selling recreational marijuana, bringing new jobs and long lines.
While doctors are trying to get a handle on the ongoing and worsening COVID-19 pandemic, they are also trying to help those still suffering from the disease. FOX 10's John Hook spoke with Dr. Mahesh Mohan with the Texas Biomedical Research Institute on some new research into how CBDs, derived from cannabis, may help in treatment of some COVID-19 symptoms.
Recreational marijuana sales can start as early as this week and on Jan. 19, the Arizona Department of Health Services opened up applications for dispensaries to get licensed.
Marijuana may be legalized for recreational use in Arizona, but officials with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office say there's still limits as to how much you can possess at any moment in time.