4 Things To Know: Election Day Rush, Newspapers BraceTop headlines include a vote on relaxed marijuana laws in some states, and an expected increase in newspaper runs.
Chronic Pain Sufferer Says Medical Pot Helped Her To Live AgainOn Tuesday morning, some chronic pain patients spoke at a news conference about how medical marijuana has changed their lives.
North Dakota Among 9 States Considering Legalizing MarijuanaFrom California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana. Collectively, the ballot measures amount to the closest the U.S. has come to a national referendum on the drug.
4 Things To Know: Trump's Immigration Plans, Changing Attitudes On Pot & MoreFrom Donald Trump doubling down on immigration proposals to changing attitudes on marijuana, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Sept. 1.
Police: Resident Recieves 1/2 Pound Of Pot In Mail, Turns It InA resident of a southern central Minnesota city got an unexpected delivery in the mail Monday.
Drug Case Tossed In Oregon Against Minnesota CellistAuthorities have dropped marijuana possession charges against a classical cellist from Minnesota who was stopped with more than 100 pounds of marijuana in his car in south-central Oregon earlier this year.
Pot Use Cited As Factor In Plane Crash That Killed 2 BrothersTransportation officials say marijuana likely played a role in a plane crash two years ago that killed two brothers.
Charge Dismissed Against Minn. Man Intending To Buy PotA Nebraska judge has dismissed a charge against a Minnesota man who admitted his intention to buy marijuana in Colorado.
2 Grow Operations Busted In Central MinnesotaAuthorities in central Minnesota say they found more than 200 marijuana plants late last month when busting two growing operations.
City Council Mulls Relaxing Mpls. Marijuana OrdinanceThe Minneapolis city council will decide this week whether possessing small amounts of marijuana will be considered a crime. Under the current city ordinance, someone caught with amount of marijuana less than 42.5 grams could be convicted of a misdemeanor.
4 Things To Know: Pope Addresses Zika, Stadium Series & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Friday, Feb. 19. They include a new attitude toward birth control from the Pope, and a landmark day for local hockey enthusiasts.
Twin Cities Musicians Union Responds To Pot Arrest Of Former MemberThe arrest of an accomplished Twin Cities cellist, who was found with $226,000 worth of marijuana inside the trunk of his car in Oregon, has prompted reaction from his former union.