Yet another set of dudes to add to 'America's Dumbest Criminals' list.
The Sheriff's Department seized some 3,300 marijuana plants worth an estimated $6,000,000.
The drugs were valued at about $455,000 wholesale, police say.
It's a crazy day in Wisconsin. Cops hosting pot bonfires, a lady swallowing plastic bags, and someone dumped an infant in the woods. But who's surprised?
The Minnesota Senate approved a state medical marijuana bill with a 36-28 vote. The legislation now heads to the state House before hitting Gov. Tim Pawlenty's desk for a likely veto.
Yet another Minnesotan's good intentions with a batch of pot brownies could lead to charges after one woman ate them without knowing she was consuming marijuana and became sick.
A state legislator says letting Minnesota farmers grow industrial hemp --in other words, the non-ingestible variety -- could pad their bottom lines.
Medical marijuana continues to advance at the Minnesota Capitol, but don't get your hopes up quite yet. Gov. Tim Pawlenty still stands as a huge speed bump before this bill turns into law
While former Minn. Rep. Jim Ramstad had a good shot at the spot, President Obama passed.
Check out the Cannabis Cafe for some high-larious tips on how to cook with mary jane.
Two North Dakota farmers are asking the Eigth Cicuit U.S. Court of Appeals in St. Paul to strike down the federal government's ban on commercial hemp farming, which is illegal for some reason.
Killer weed ravages suburbs, supplies of Cheetos
Nudie-bar magnate denies U of M's come-hither fundraising
The ink-stained Benedict Arnold gets his comeuppance in court
Old-school indie subverts the inspirational classroom drama
A new bill in Congressional committee would drastically increase sentences for many kinds of drug offenses
Meth use and harsher sentences are putting more Minnesotans in prison
This year the murder rate has doubled in north Minneapolis. What's changed? Nothing, really. That's the trouble.
It was no secret that Jason Molacek heard voices telling him to murder. Cops, counselors, his parents--they all knew. So why didn't anyone stop him before he shot his mom to death?
Two Minnesota judges return fire at the justice department
Minneapolis police said they raided a natural-foods charity in search of drugs. The people they routed say the cops' real fear was their politics.
Closed twice, Hard Times Cafe battles on
V.J. Smith traded his gun for a Bible a decade ago. Now he runs the night watch on Central's troubled streets. The payoff? Amazing grace and a good night's sleep.
A University of Minnesota campus landmark faces the exterminators
Bossen Terrace unsuccessfully tried to evict Linda Banks (foreground) as she lay in a hospital bed. Her sister, Sandra Battle, has filed a complaint about the complex's management practices with the Minneapolis Civil Rights Department.
Some people think crack and furniture-stripping fumes made Chuck Strobel crazy. But it was the rural peace and quiet that drove him over the edge.
The feds are reportedly weighing a major drug offensive in Minneapolis.
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Why Washington can't give up the drug war.