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FOX40
Measure S: Where and How Medicinal Marijuana Can be Grown

Oct 17, 2014
Measure S: Where and How Medicinal Marijuana Can be Grown

NEVADA CITY- Where medical marijuana grows in Nevada County is up for debate. Measure S proponents seek to change what they call an impossible ordinance to follow. But some law enforcement agencies argue if the measure is passed, public safety would take a hit. Proponents are calling the measure a sensible solution, which they...

FOX40
1,000 lbs. of Marijuana Found Inside Truck Leaving Wildfire-Threatened Neighborhood

Oct 13, 2014
1,000 lbs. of Marijuana Found Inside Truck Leaving Wildfire-Threatened Neighborhood

EL DORADO COUNTY- A simple traffic stop of a truck leaving an evacuated neighborhood during the King Fire resulted in a big drug bust. While conducting road closures and helping with traffic during the firefight of the King Fire, CHP officers pulled over a rental truck for a traffic infraction. A k-9 officer helped...

FOX40
Corrections Dept. Employee Arrested in Sacramento Pot Raid

Oct 8, 2014
Corrections Dept. Employee Arrested in Sacramento Pot Raid

SACRAMENTO- An employee with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation was one of five people arrested in a large-scale pot bust Wednesday in Sacramento. Wednesday, officers served warrants at six different homes and found 617 marijuana plants, 248 pounds of processed pot, a number of guns and $5,000 in cash. Eddie Lay, of the...

FOX40
Medical Marijuana Measure Goes Before Nevada County Voters

Oct 7, 2014
Medical Marijuana Measure Goes Before Nevada County Voters

NEVADA COUNTY- Voters in Nevada County will decide the fate of a new medical marijuana grow ordinance at the polls next month. Measure S would limit the amount of plants to six per person in any circumstance. But County Sheriff Keith Royal says the problem lies with commercial grows. “The problem is commercial growers....

Davis Vanguard
Prosecution’s Expert Pins Blame on Marijuana Use in Marsh Trial

Sep 9, 2014
Prosecution’s Expert Pins Blame on Marijuana Use in Marsh Trial

by Antoinnette Borbon In an admission by the Prosecution’s expert witness from the Heritage Oaks Mental Hospital, jurors would learn Daniel never expressed any homicidal thoughts or ideations to Dr. Sisson who evaluated Daniel while in the facility.  But instead, Dr. Sisson would repeatedly blame the habitual use of Marijuana as a possible cause of agitation, aggression in Marsh...

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Alison Toon
Cutting through the smoke at Wheatland’s Sleeptrain Amphitheater, 27th August 2014

Aug 28, 2014
Cutting through the smoke at Wheatland’s Sleeptrain Amphitheater, 27th August 2014

Much-awaited show last night out at Wheatland's Sleeptrain Amphitheater: I say "out", as it's around 45 minutes drive from Sacramento, and it appears to be in the middle of nowhere... late summer in a drought year means that much of the surrounding lan...

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FOX40
Honey Oil’s Increased Popularity Troublesome for Fire Department

Aug 18, 2014
Honey Oil’s Increased Popularity Troublesome for Fire Department

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A DIY marijuana honey oil lab is blamed for a house fire Sunday in North Highlands.

The form of concentrated marijuana has seen an increase in popularity because some use the oil in electronic cigarettes, but that increased popularity …


Capitol Alert
Kamala Harris’ GOP challenger favors pot legalization

Jun 6, 2014
Kamala Harris’ GOP challenger favors pot legalization

Republican Ron Gold, the presumptive challenger to Democratic Attorney General Kamala Harris, wants California to legalize and tax marijuana and use the proceeds for substance abuse and mental health treatment. Gold, a Woodland Hills lawyer and forme...

Davis Vanguard
Details Emerge of Alleged Hate Incident, Police Misconduct in March 6 UC Davis Arrest

Apr 25, 2014
Details Emerge of Alleged Hate Incident, Police Misconduct in March 6 UC Davis Arrest

Last night at the Davis Human Relations Commission meeting, students expanded on a police incident that occurred Thursday, March 6 between 7:15 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Orchard Park Road involving a Hispanic student and a Muslim student. The incident appeared in the Aggie on March 13 in the form of an anonymously written...

Appeal Democrat
Colusa City Council ready to ban pot growth

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