Oakland County Authorities Uncover Marijuana Grow Operation Hidden In Storage UnitIt began as a routine call about a car crash.
Michigan Marijuana Smokers To Light Up Legally? Advocates Launch Ballot DriveMichigan could soon become the ninth state in the country to legalize pot.
Drug Expert Warns Against Marijuana Lobbyists Setting Up Shop In Lansing"It's a totally different ball game and we're increasingly worried about a special interest lobby."
Pot For Pets: Owners Treat Sick Animals With CannabisIn metro Detroit, some dispensaries offer drug-laced dog treats alongside containers of marijuana and edibles for human consumption.
Survey: Majority Of Michigan Residents Support Marijuana LegalizationShould adults 21 and older be allowed to possess and cultivate limited amounts of marijuana for recreational purposes?
Court Not Swayed By Religion In Michigan Marijuana CaseA federal appeals court has found nothing heavenly about a Michigan's man claim to have a religious right to grow pot.
Million Dollar Marijuana Grow Operation Busted By 'That Smell'The massive illegal marijuana operation brought down Wednesday was with the help of neighbors.
New York Product Tester Mistakenly Delivers Pounds Of WeedA product tester from upstate New York was surprised to find last month that a delivery she thought contained more items to review turned out to be seven pounds of marijuana.
East Lansing Legalizes Marijuana Use, Possession Over Age 21East Lansing has passed an ordinance legalizing the use and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana on private property by people over age 21.
Michigan Supreme Court Drops Interest In Marijuana BustAfter hearing arguments, the state Supreme Court has dropped interest in a case involving police tactics during a marijuana bust.
Group Seeking To Legalize Marijuana Sues Michigan Over Petition RulesLawyers for the group argue that state laws and policy are inconsistent with the Michigan Constitution.
State: Marijuana Legalization Group Short 106,000 Signatures For BallotThe Board of State Canvassers will meet Thursday to consider the issue, which ultimately may be decided by the courts.