Report: Seasonal Workers Flock To California To Process MarijuanaThe annual march of migrant marijuana workers throughout California's pot-rich North Coast is in full swing but, like the pot industry itself, reaction to the workers' presence is mixed.
California Looking For Someone To Oversee Medical Marijuana IndustryThe state has hundreds of agencies regulating everything from food and agriculture to alcohol and drug programs, but for the first time in its nearly 20-year history, the state’s medical marijuana industry will have a pot chief.
Mexico Supreme Court Takes Step Toward Recreational Marijuana UseThe measure was approved in 4-1 vote on the five-justice panel, backing the argument that smoking marijuana is covered under the right of "free development of personality."
AT A GLANCE: Highlights From California Marijuana Legalization MeasureThe ballot initiative incorporates much of a regulatory framework for the state's unruly medical marijuana industry recently passed by the California Legislature and signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Homeowner Receives Unexpected Shipment Of 50 Pounds Of PotPolice in a New Jersey town are asking the person who was expecting 50 pounds of marijuana in the mail to come claim the package.
CDC Study: More U.S. Teens Now Smoking Pot More Than TobaccoU.S. teens are smoking more pot than they do tobacco, which may be due to perceptions that it’s not as harmful as previously thought, say health officials
Gov. Jerry Brown Approves Medical Marijuana Regulations For CaliforniaThe governor's endorsement Friday of the legislative package hammered out by lawmakers was expected because his office crafted many of the details.
Deputies Arrest 2 Men Accused Of Riding In Van Packed With PotDeputies are searching for a man accused of transporting a large amount of marijuana plants in the back of a minivan.
Anti-Cigarette Group Says MTV Video Awards Sent Wrong MessageShow host Miley Cyrus was responsible for most of them.
State Experiments With New Approach To Regulate Pot Farms Water UseFish and Wildlife officers have recently joined local narcotics teams in inspecting pot farms that are allegedly draining a half million gallons of water a day from Northern California's Eel River as part of a unique state effort to identify growers willing to work with authorities to monitor water use and environmental effects from marijuana cultivation.
Lake County Man Allegedly Starts Back Fire To Protect Pot Plants From Jerusalem FireLake County resident, Juan Ramos Silva, was arrested over the weekend for allegedly causing fire at his residence in the area of the Jerusalem Fire.
California Marijuana Industry Hopes To Make Inroads With Banking IndustryMany banks are unwilling to do business with marijuana dispensaries, saying they aren’t worth the risk. But for the first time, the state tax authorities are stepping in to help dispensaries do business.