Michigan weighs removing pre-employment drug test for marijuana
Since marijuana was legalized for adult use in 2018, companies and the state have increasingly run into issues with employees testing positive prior to being hired.
Probe of marijuana licensing board corruption yields guilty plea from former chief
Years ago, Rick Johnson was a powerful state lawmaker. Now, he's cooperating with the FBI over a large-ranging investigation into kickbacks for pot dispensary licenses.
Cannabis Music Festival coming to Detroit will be city's first live-consumption event
Along with music, there will also be dispensaries selling discounted marijuana at the concert as well.
Weed-themed wedding giveaway: More than 10,000 couples apply for Metro Detroit dispensary's contest
More than 10,000 couples have already applied for the chance to win a free weed-themed wedding from Greenhouse of Walled Lake and Choice Labs of Jackson.
Metro Detroit dispensary giving away $30K weed-themed wedding -- How to apply
An Oakland County dispensary is giving one couple a wedding for free, complete with a weed bar and budtenders to help guests pick what they want.
Michigan's marijuana industry sending $60M to cities and counties with pot businesses
Washtenaw County raked in nearly $2 million alone since its hosting 40 weed businesses. Here's the other cities, townships, and villages that will get money.
Large-scale marijuana operation busted in northern Michigan
Thousands of weed plants were seized during the execution of two search warrants this week.
Detroit pot delivery drivers targeted amid rise in robberies, carjackings
Drivers could have up to $5,000 of marijuana products with them when they’re making deliveries –and that can make them targets of robberies.
1st recreational marijuana business opens in Detroit
"This is our Mac -1, this is one of our top-shelf strains," said Brenda Essmyer, the store general manager. "It is known as Miracle Alien cookies."
Hopeful marijuana business owners camping outside Riverview City Hall
The first licenses for legal weed businesses will soon be distributed in Riverview. Some people didn't want to risk not getting their chance.
More kids sickened by edibles at home, as legal pot grows
A new study cites more than 7,000 cases of kids younger than 6 eating marijuana edibles. In some cases, nearly a quarter of those children were admitted to the hospital, some becoming seriously ill.
Detroit clears final legal hurdle allowing recreational marijuana sales
The city will issue a total of 160 marijuana retail licenses in three phases. The next phase will be 120 days from today.
Circle K gas stations in Florida to sell medical marijuana products
Soon Floridians will be able to buy medical marijuana at the same place you fill up your gas tank.
'Historic' Biden pardon for federal pot convictions, lauded by marijuana advocates
“It’s basically a last-minute effort to round up voters that are the far left, and the liberals," said Flanagan.
Detroit marijuana business licenses now up for grabs with application process open
60 licenses will be approved over the next month: 40 dispensaries, 10 micro-businesses. and 10 consumption lounges. Here's how to apply:
Michigan State Police stop marijuana blood testing due to CBD false positives
The Michigan State Police crime lab has stopped screening blood samples for THC, the compound that gives marijuana users a high, after finding that its test process may be flawed.
Sterling Heights divided on whether to allow marijuana dispensaries
On Wednesday residents sounded off on whether the city would allow marijuana dispensaries to open for business. Many said no way.
Detroit police locate more than a ton of weed in tractor-trailer
The pot was detected by Customs and Border Protection officers at a cargo facility near the Ambassador Bridge.
5th grader brings weed gummies to Livonia school that kindergartner brought margaritas
Two 5th graders were hospitalized after one of them brought weed gummies into the Livonia school - the same school where a kindergartner brought margaritas to snack time.
Northern Michigan man stopped for speeding says he has 2 oz of pot, MSP finds 5 pounds
A man who was pulled over for speeding admitted to having two ounces of pot but police found much more than that in the trunk.