WEED, Cal.- The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office seizes 1333 pounds of illegal Marijuana during a routine traffic stop near Weed. The Sheriff’s Office says a Deputy stopped a van along I5 last week and 39 bags of Marijuana were discovered. ...

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. – Three people were arrested on multiple charges, including the illegal use of water, during an authorized raid at an illegal marijuana grow on Keno Worden Road Thursday. According to the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office, the raid ...

SISKIYOU, CA. – There was an arrest and more than 2,000 pounds of Marijuana seized in Siskiyou County. According to the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office, just before 6 pm on June 6, a deputy pulled over a U-Haul with Arizona ...

Author: Julie Tsirkin and Monica Alba (NBC News) WASHINGTON (NBC News) – The Justice Department took a significant step toward rescheduling marijuana Thursday, formalizing its process to reclassify the drug as lower-risk and remove it from a category in which ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A Medford cannabis dispensary owner says the rescheduling of marijuana would be great for his industry. As NBC5 News reported earlier this week, the Biden Administration plans to announce an interim rule reclassifying the drug from its ...

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Ron Wyden is speaking out following reports that the Drug Enforcement Administration is set to reschedule cannabis from a Schedule I to a Schedule III controlled substance. As reported by NBC News, by rescheduling cannabis, the ...

SAMS VALLEY, Ore.– Multiple fires started on a property near Highway 234 in Sams Valley Tuesday night. One neighbor suspects they were related to an illegal marijuana grow and he is looking for answers from local agencies. Travis Snyder believes ...

WEED, Ore. – One person was arrested in Weed after a traffic stop led to a marijuana seizure. According to the Weed Police Department, during a traffic stop on Saturday a probable cause search was conducted. Police say 150 pounds ...

YREKA, Cal.- The City of Yreka is taking steps to having medical marijuana available within city limits. In a city council meeting that took place last week, councilors voted in favor of accepting a state grant of $115k to get ...

By Julie Tsirkin and Laura Strickler (NBC) WASHINGTON (NBC) — The Department of Health and Human Services is formally recommending that the Drug Enforcement Administration ease government restrictions on marijuana, which remains illegal at the federal level even though 40 states allow its use in ...

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