License of Pot-Friendly Illinois Doctor Placed on ProbationThe doctor approved marijuana for hundreds of patients in the state's program.
2 Mexican Nationals Admit Missouri Refuge Pot-Growing PlotTwenty-seven-year-old Carlos Horacio Vasquez-Duarte and 24-year-old Rigaberto Camacho Reyes pleaded guilty Tuesday in Jefferson City.
New Michael Brown Video Sparks ProtestProtesters returned to Ferguson Market on Sunday night, after the release of a previously unreleased surveillance video that shows Michael Brown in the store at 11 hours before his death.
Doctors Warn Against Teen Pot Use Amid Looser Marijuana LawsMany parents use the drug and think it's OK for their kids, but ``we would rather not mess around with the developing brain,'' said Dr. Seth Ammerman.
Illinois Treasurer Asks Trump to Assure Banks on MarijuanaFederal law prohibits banks from processing money used in the legal marijuana industry.
Marijuana Legalization Hasn't Hurt Alcohol Sale, Study FindsResearch finds that marijuana legalization actually benefits alcohol sales rather than harming it.
Business is Blooming at Metro East Medical Marijuana DispensaryAfter starting with 89 total patients, HCI Alternatives now has over 900.
Homeless Man Charged in Connection to K-2 OverdosesPolice say a surveillance camera showed 56-year-old John White in a suspected drug deal outside the New Life Evangelistic Center.
Missouri Standout RB Suspended Over Pot ChargeDamarea Crockett to miss Friday's season finale game against Arkansas
There's Nothing Fake About Synthetic MarijuanaSynthetic marijuana is much more powerful and dangerous than regular marijuana.
The Vicious Cycle of Drug Abuse and HomelessnessIs the spike of drug overdoses in downtown St. Louis emblematic of a building problem?
Missouri Meth Lab Busts Drop Drastically, But There's a Dark SideLab incidents way down, but imports and other drugs pick up the slack.

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