High Times At Cal Expo's Cannabis Cup
Thieves Nearly Get Away With 200 Pounds Of MarijuanaDeputies recovered 184 pounds of processed marijuana.
The Bread Store Closing Its Doors To Make Room For Cannabis DispensaryA popular bakery is closing its doors in Midtown, disappointing many fresh bread fans. 
Officials Urging Cannabis Businesses To Beef Up Security After Increase In RobberiesSacramento City officials are urging cannabis businesses to review their security procedures as they've seen an increase in robberies in recent weeks. 
Gains And Growing Pains Mark California's 1st Year Of Legal PotAt year's end, California's effort to transform its longstanding illegal and medicinal marijuana markets into a unified, multibillion-dollar industry remains a work in progress. It's a mix of success stories, struggles and crashes.
State-Sponsored Study Says California Cannabis Bank Is UnrealisticCalifornia’s cash crop will remain a cash only industry, based on a new state-sponsored report revealed Thursday.
Higher Percentage Of California Pot Passing Safety Tests
Marysville Middle Schoolers Given Pot Brownies At School Several students at a middle school in Marysville allegedly ate brownies containing THC oil, which is derived from cannabis.
Sacramento Program To Help Ex-Felons Break Into California's Booming Pot BusinessThe city of Sacramento plans to waive permit fees for former drug offenders looking to get into the booming pot business.
Scientists Create First Beer Brewed From CannabisAs the restrictions on marijuana continue to be loosened, scientists in Canada have reportedly developed the first beer brewed from cannabis.
California Collects $60.9 Million In Taxes In 3 Months From Marijuana Users, GrowersLegal recreational marijuana sales netted the state of California $60.9 million in tax revenue in the first three months of 2018, according to the state’s tax agency.