Police say three Jefferson County residents were arrested, accused of endangering the welfare of a child by encouraging a one-year-old to smoke marijuana.
LeVeon Bell today learned the steps he will need to take to get his marijuana case in Ross Township dismissed and to clean this first offense from his criminal record after a 15-month probation period.
A 65-year-old Pennsylvania woman who said she sold marijuana to help raise several grandchildren after her daughter died has been sentenced to 15 to 30 months in state prison.
After an emotionally charged debate, Pennsylvania state senators passed legislation to legalize several forms of medical marijuana.
Parents of children with different types of epilepsy explained how medical marijuana could help their kids without the serious side effects of other drugs, at a town hall meeting in Export Tuesday night.
State Senator pushing for the legalization of marijuana reacts to the arrest of two Steeler running backs.
Taxpayer dollars paid for the trip, but no money was spent to buy or smoke marijuana.
A man and woman have been jailed on charges they forced two boys to smoke marijuana until one passed out and the other vomited.
Police uncovered a massive marijuana growing operation after arresting three men trying to break into a building in Lawrenceville.
An elementary school student is facing punishment after Pittsburgh Public School officials say she was caught smoking marijuana in a school restroom.
A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been jailed on drug charges after police say they found $15,000 in cash in his car.
Over the weekend, well-known forensic pathologist, attorney and medical-legal consultant Cyril Wecht wrote an op-ed piece in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about how marijuana came to be demonized and expressed his support to legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Gubernatorial candidate John Hanger, a Hershey Democrat, was in Pittsburgh Monday to join UPMC employees at a downtown demonstration, saying senior UPMC executives are fostering income inequality by short-changing workers.
Charity may begin at home, but in this instance it may end badly at a northwestern Pennsylvania Salvation Army outlet.
A 64-year-old woman was arrested Monday for allegedly trafficking marijuana from her Sarver home.