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UPDATED: Tue., May 21, 2019, 8:05 p.m.

WSU researchers team with Puyallup tribe on medicinal cannabis research

The partnership is intended to provide data that will help develop drug treatment plans for those seeking to manage pain and other disorders. The Puyallup Tribe of Indians recently opened …


Cool off with cannabis-infused drinks

SōRSE Technology eliminates cannabis taste, smell in infused beverages.


Irv Rosenfeld: Pioneer patient of medical marijuana

What image pops up in your head when you picture a guy in his 60s who smokes eight to 10 joints a day?


Contender Gardens uses biological tools to enhance growing efforts

North Spokane cannabis producer uses “good bugs” to avoid pesticides and promote plant growth


No lounging allowed: WA ban on cannabis clubs continues

States like Alaska, Oregon and Colorado allow certain types of private cannabis clubs and lounges, but Washington continues to restrict spaces for communal consumption.


Texas loves Willie Nelson and Willie loves his weed

The branding power of Willie Nelson draws a crowd even in states where weed is illegal.


Wedded bliss with cannabis

Wedding planners are marrying parties with cannabis – just not in Spokane.


Is pot making you puke?

Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is a little-known illness that has only been diagnosed in people who use cannabis regularly for extended amounts of time.


UPDATED: Tue., May 14, 2019, 2:13 p.m.

Update for EVERCANNAFEST

EVERCANNAFEST has been postponed at this time.


New laws cover Gold Star license plates, marijuana in schools and robotic delivery

Gov. Jay Inslee signs laws on Gold Star family license plates, medical marijuana in schools and robot deliveries.


Trump administration says immigrants working in legal marijuana industry lack ‘moral character’ for citizenship

Immigrants who use marijuana or who work in the cannabis industry can be denied citizenship, even if they are doing so in states where it is legal, U.S. Citizenship and …


Number, type of marijuana bills grow with the new industry

The Legislature saw a wide variety of bills addressing marijuana and the state’s growing industry this year.


Arizona man says he’s trapped in Coeur d’Alene fighting an illegal search that landed him in prison for marijuana trafficking

Wylie Hunter was stopped with a drug smuggling partner outside of Coeur d’Alene with 75 pounds of marijuana in his trunk. Now out on parole, Hunter is bringing a legal …


UPDATED: Fri., April 12, 2019, 9:39 p.m.

Uprooting cannabis: Officials stepping up enforcement of ban on recreational marijuana businesses

Brian Lehman has been scrambling to find a new location for his state-licensed cannabis farm since receiving a cease-and-desist order from Yakima County officials. Now, the county is seeking an …


UPDATED: Wed., April 10, 2019, 9:51 p.m.

Bud Hut robbery suspect makes first court appearance

A Moscow man arrested Monday afternoon in connection with an armed robbery at the Bud Hut marijuana dispensary on the Moscow-Pullman highway is now being held at the Latah County …


Tax time complications for cannabis

Their products are considered illegal by the federal government, but Washington cannabis growers and sellers are still required to submit a portion of their earnings to Uncle Sam.


Q&A: Hungry for accurate info about edibles

Q: “I’m interested in trying edibles but I’ve heard some things that make me nervous. What should I know about trying edibles?” - CannaCurious


UPDATED: Mon., April 8, 2019, 8:21 p.m.

Authorities search for suspect in armed robbery at Whitman County pot shop

Authorities were searching Monday for a man who entered a marijuana shop near Pullman, pointed a handgun at an employee and escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash.


Cannabis retailers’ perspective wanted for WSU study

Washington State University is conducting a study on experiences, perceptions, and views about cannabis purchases from pregnant women.


Strain of the Month: Seatown Lemon Haze

Western Cultured strain provides focused energy.


Microdosers seeking the sweet spot

Some cannabis list altered mood and increased creativity as the benefits of microdosing, rather than getting fully high.


New Day Cannabis focuses on providing safer selections

‘Clean cannabis,’ free of all pesticides or contaminants, has been something many health-conscious consumers have requested and many growers have strived for.


What’s so special about medical marijuana?

“What is medical cannabis?” “Where do I buy it?” “What kind is best for my condition?” “I don’t know where to start. What do I do?”


High art: Kennewick studio gets community excited about glass

“We need a better word than ‘bong,’” said the 60ish-year-old gentleman, who seemed to enjoy coming out for Kennewick’s monthly art walk


Infused bath bombs exploding onto cannabis cosmetic scene

Thanks to new technology and some determined innovators, it’s now possible to enjoy your cannabis legally in pretty much any form these days – including the tub.


Patients seeking relief from cramps turning to cannabis

A few years ago, you might have seen some clickbaity headlines exclaiming, “Pot tampons?!”


Cannabis can have a role in helping chronic pain

If you’ve never experienced chronic pain, consider yourself lucky.


Washington, Colorado mellowing out after years of legal pot

When Washington and Colorado launched their pioneering marijuana industries in the face of U.S. government prohibition, they imposed strict rules in hopes of keeping the U.S. Justice Department at bay. …


UPDATED: Sat., March 30, 2019, 12:33 p.m.

Federal legalization of hemp creates quandary for U.S. police

Police officers who encounter shipments of state-certified hemp on America’s highways are facing a quandary: They can’t tell if the plants they’re seeing are hemp or marijuana. Truckers are free …


UPDATED: Mon., March 25, 2019, 12:07 p.m.

New Jersey Senate postpones vote on legal recreational pot

New Jersey lawmakers dealt a blow to the prospects of legal recreational marijuana use Monday, when the state Senate president postponed a vote after his and the governor’s lobbying campaign …