South Dakota Tribe Set To Vote On Legalizing MarijuanaMembers of the Oglala Sioux Tribe will vote this week on whether to legalize medical and recreational marijuana on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Reservation.
Sheriff: Girl Shot After Drug Deal Involving Counterfeit Money In Central MNLaw enforcement has since called her injuries “minor.”
2019 Was Record Year For Minnesota Drug Busts, Especially Marijuana ProductsDrug enforcement teams had a record year of drug seizures in 2019, but one category really jumped in the last year.
DPS: Drug Seizures On The Rise In Many Categories In MinnesotaThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) says drug seizures have increased in several major drug categories in 2019.
Democratic Leaders Say Minnesotans United On Changing Marijuana LawsEleven states and Washington, D.C. have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Marijuana dispensaries in Illinois sold nearly $40 million worth of recreational weed in the first month of legal sales there.
Minneapolis Man Arrested In Wisconsin For Driving While Intoxicated With Two Children In CarHe also faces charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving without a driver’s license, and driving without insurance.
South Dakotans To Vote On Legalizing Recreational MarijuanaSouth Dakotans will vote this year on whether to legalize recreational marijuana for adults 21 years and older.
Talking Points: Rep. Ryan Winkler Discusses The Push To Legalize Recreational Marijuana In MinnesotaThe legalization push has a powerful new advocate who will be introducing the bill when the next legislative sessional gets underway in February.
Stopped With 2 Pounds Of Pot, Minnesota Woman Told Nebraska Troopers It Was Birthday PresentA pair from Minnesota face felony drugs charges after a traffic stop in Nebraska turned up more than 2 pounds of marijuana, several packages of THC concentrate wax, vape pen cartridges and concentrated marijuana edibles.
'I Can't Believe I'm Going Through This': Drug Busts Highlight Growing Confusion Over HempThe CBD craze is leaving the war on drugs a bit dazed and confused.
The Pot Process: Recreational Marijuana From Grow House To Cannabis ShopWith the debate over legalizing marijuana on the horizon in Minnesota, WCCO has been taking a look at how it changed Colorado.
'We're All Learning This Together': Colorado State Troopers On Dealing With Recreational MarijuanaPeople living and working in Colorado know there are drivers who chose to use marijuana and get behind the wheel. According to a state agency, 30 percent of marijuana users think driving while high is safe.
Driving While High: Could Minnesota Get Burned By Recreational Marijuana?If Minnesota's governor gets his way, state lawmakers will legalize marijuana next year. How could that impact our safety on the roads? WCCO traveled to Colorado to see firsthand the impact of driving while high.
Do Cannabinoids Improve Mental Health? New Study Concludes There's Not Much EvidenceA new research review by the Lancet Psychiatry journal agrees, concluding that there's not much evidence that suggests cannabinoids can improve things like depression, anxiety, ADHD or PTSD. The results contradict a popular cultural belief.
Wisconsin Lawmakers Seeking To Expunge Marijuana ConvictionsWhen Madison barber and business owner Brian Britt, 42, stepped up to a folding table in the entryway of the Urban League of Greater Madison, he had a single goal in his mind: Wipe from his record the decades-old criminal convictions he says are holding him back.