Wisconsin authorities announced Tuesday they will shut down one of nation’s most popular nude beaches on weekdays after struggling for years to curtail sex and drugs on the sandbar and surrounding woods.
Minnesota won’t have a showdown over medical marijuana this year. Heather Azzi of Minnesotans for Compassionate Care, a pro-marijuana policy group, said Wednesday that bills to permit marijuana for medical reasons will be introduced in the next week or two.
A professional rodeo clown is headed to prison after a jury convicted him of a lengthy conspiracy to grow marijuana in rural Iowa.
A former Washington County Sheriff’s deputy has been charged with stealing drugs. Investigators say he was taking them from a bin set up for the public to drop off for unused prescription medications.
The county attorneys for Ramsey, Washington and Dakota counties announced that they are planning to review all jury or court cases that ended in drug convictions for the past three years.
Cris Carter is back in Minnesota for the first time since his election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
A dead dog and a malnourished canine were discovered – in addition to illegal narcotics, drug paraphernalia and a large sum of cash – during a search warrant the Roseville Police and East Metro SWAT executed at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.
Six people who claim they were given drugs as part of a now-suspended training program for police are suing the state of Minnesota, alleging the program was an “unethical clinical trial.”
An Anoka man is charged with leading police on a chase while high and crashing his vehicle into another vehicle carrying a family of five.
David Simon is just one of the many talking heads whose insights and opinions make “The House I Live In” a movie of considerable force, especially following a year in which two states legalized the recreational use of marijuana.
A former University of Minnesota wide receiver who quit the team after accusing the head coach of abusive behavior has been arrested in Houston on a marijuana possession charge.
A man believed to be part owner of a Burnsville business has been charged with selling drugs inside the establishment.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging a Moorhead ordinance outlawing drug paraphernalia.
Police say a mother of two bought marijuana with her kids, and was subsequently caught speeding while the two were unbuckled in the back seat.
The owner of a Duluth head shop and three workers have been charged in a 54-count indictment accusing them of violating federal drug and regulatory laws.