The University of New Haven is developing a new process for identifying mold, bacteria and other contaminants in marijuana by using DNA profiling and analysis.
Old Brookville Police and the Nassau County Police Canine Unit responded to a suspicious persons call at the Old Brookville Nurseries on Northern Boulevard.
A suburban New York mother has been arraigned on charges she grew thousands of marijuana plants in a highly sophisticated marijuana growing operation out of a warehouse in Queens.
Andrea Sanderlin, 45, was busted by agents of the Drug Enforcement Agency after they raided the business she operated under the name “Fantastic Enterprises.”
Hollywood’s legendary potheads are blazing a new trail. “Cheech & Chongs’s Animated Movie” marks the iconic duo’s first trip down the cartoon rabbit hole.
While watching the place Thursday morning, sources say undercover officers became suspicious when they noticed driver Ruben Jordan loading a box onto a truck he wasn’t assigned to.
New state data show New York City police arrested more than 50,000 people on low-level marijuana charges last year. That’s despite a drop-off after officers were told not to use tactics that critics decry as tricking people into getting arrested.
You might call it a marijuana mega mansion. Police raided a five-floor commercial building in the Bronx Tuesday afternoon that was filled with marijuana plants from wall to wall. The building, located on Morris Park Avenue, had nearly 800 plants, some measuring 7 feet.
The Drug Policy Alliance says figures released show the New York City Police Department arrested 50,383 people in 2010 for low-level marijuana offenses.
The compromise might be enough to short-circuit an effort in the Legislature to throw out medical marijuana regulations proposed by Christie’s administration.
New Jersey’s General Assembly has called on the Christie administration to relax its strict proposal to regulate medical marijuana.
Committees in the Senate and Assembly each passed resolutions Monday that would give the administration 30 days to rewrite the rules.
Suffolk County police found Karen Edelmann’s one-year-old son alone in a car outside her Shirley home.
A traffic stop turned into a pot bust with a strange twist for a Queens man.
New Jersey’s medical marijuana advocates are working on pushing the state government to implement the new state law to legalize cannabis for people suffering from certain conditions.