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Feds: Man sold marijuana at home from a vending machine

DETROIT (AP) — A man told investigators that he was making $2,000 a day selling marijuana from a vending machine attached to his Detroit home, federal agents said.
WNBA to honor Brittney Griner with league-wide floor decals

WNBA to honor Brittney Griner with league-wide floor decals

The WNBA will honor Phoenix star Brittney Griner with a floor decal and allow the Mercury to pay her without it counting against the team’s salary cap, the league announced Tuesday.

CannTrust renamed Phoena as company continues to rebuild following scandals

VAUGHAN, Ont. — Beleaguered cannabis company CannTrust Equity Inc. has been renamed Phoena Holdings Inc.
Cannabis company Choom obtains creditor protection, interim financing from Aurora

Cannabis company Choom obtains creditor protection, interim financing from Aurora

VANCOUVER — Choom Holdings Inc. and some of its subsidiaries have obtained creditor protection from the Supreme Court of British Columbia and interim financing from Aurora Cannabis Inc.

Alabama cornerback Eli Ricks arrested in Mississippi

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama cornerback Eli Ricks was arrested in Mississippi on charges of speeding, not having insurance and a first offense possession of marijuana.

Ohio legal pot backers sue over disputed petition deadline

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Supporters of recreational marijuana legalization in Ohio have sued state legislative leaders in an anticipated dispute over whether a legalization referendum can appear on this November's ballot.

Man shot and killed inside Los Angeles cannabis dispensary

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man was shot and killed inside a Los Angeles cannabis dispensary and police are searching for two suspects, authorities said Sunday.
Jets fill big holes with playmakers in impressive draft haul

Jets fill big holes with playmakers in impressive draft haul

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — The NFL draft had just gotten started when the New York Jets began celebrating. Another round of high-fives and hugs followed 45 minutes later. And again after a few more hours.
Several arrests, fines as police clear protesters from downtown Ottawa street

Several arrests, fines as police clear protesters from downtown Ottawa street

OTTAWA — Police in Ottawa made several arrests Friday while facing off against protesters opposed to COVID-19 mandates, wearing helmets and carrying batons as big-rig trucks and campers attempted to make their way to Parliament Hill.
Man charged in Quebec Halloween sword attack was suffering from delirium: doctor

Man charged in Quebec Halloween sword attack was suffering from delirium: doctor

QUEBEC — The man accused in Quebec's Halloween 2020 stabbing attacks that left two people dead was in a state of psychosis and suffering from delirium, a psychiatrist testifying for the defence said Friday. Dr.