Man Charged When Police Find Gun, Marijuana In StrollerOfficers responded to a call of a person with a gun in Austin and found Anthony Kennedy in possession of one as he pushed a baby stroller.
Bills To Legalize Marijuana Introduced In General AssemblySeparate pieces of legislation aimed at legalizing recreational marijuana use in Illinois were submitted to the state general assembly Wednesday.
Doctors Warn Against Teen Pot Use Amid Looser Marijuana LawsAn influential doctors group is beefing up warnings about marijuana's potential harms for teens amid increasingly lax laws and attitudes on pot use.
66 Marijuana Plants Found In Carpentersville HomeRobbie Marinkovich and Donna Yoshimura are facing charges after police found about 250 grams of cannabis, drug paraphernalia and a shotgun.
Marijuana Advocates To Hand Out Joints At Trump InaugurationA group of marijuana legalization advocates plan to hand out thousands of joints during President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Man Arrested For Driving Under Influence Of Heroin, Pot, XanaxA Southwest Side man admitted to using heroin, smoking marijuana and ingesting Xanax while driving before being involved in a crash Friday evening in west suburban Riverside, police said.
US Women Increasingly Use Pot During Pregnancy, Study FindsU.S. women are increasingly using pot during pregnancy, sometimes for morning sickness. That's according to an analysis of annual U.S. government drug surveys.
New Medical Marijuana Patch Fights PainExperts say it all starts with a conversation with your doctor to find out if you're eligible for treatment.
Police: Woodstock Man Found With 17 Pounds Of MarijuanaA traffic stop on a vehicle with expired registration in northwest suburban Woodstock on Sunday led to drug charges after 17 pounds of marijuana was found in the vehicle.
Cannabis Dispensary Opens In Oak ParkA medical cannabis dispensary opened Friday in downtown Oak Park.
Rauner Signs Legislation Reducing Pot Penalties In IllinoisRepublican Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation that makes marijuana possession in small amounts punishable only with fines and no jail time.
Illinois Bill Would Decriminalize Small Amounts Of MarijuanaA person found with a relatively small amount of marijuana would not face criminal charges under a bill making the rounds in Springfield.

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