Berkeley Cuts Taxes On Marijuana To Compete With Black MarketCannabis buyers in Berkeley are getting a tax break as the city has dropped its taxes on marijuana from 10 percent to five percent. The main reason for the drop is to fight a booming black market.
Sonoma DA To Clear Nearly 3,000 Marijuana-Related ConvictionsThe Sonoma County District Attorney’s Office is directing staff to begin clearing nearly 3,000 cannabis-related convictions.
Cannabis Treatments For Pets Could Be Coming To CaliforniaThere's a California bill that could allow cannabis to be a veterinary care option.
Tribes Excluded from California Pot Market Consider Growing Their OwnAmerican Indian tribes that say they have been cut out of California's legal marijuana market have raised the possibility of establishing pot businesses outside the state-regulated system.
Artists At Oakland Cannery Say Cannabis Industry Is Pushing Them OutSome artists in Oakland say the cannabis industry is pushing them. For painter Arthur Monroe, The Oakland Cannery is where it all began.
SFUSD: 10 Middle School Students Likely Sickened By CannabisSFUSD officials said the substance caused “adverse reactions” and the students’ symptoms were consistent with “marijuana intoxication.”
Berkeley Becomes Sanctuary City For Use Of CannabisBerkeley has become a sanctuary city for the adult use of cannabis. 
Artists At Oakland Cannery Say Cannabis Industry Is Pushing Them OutThe Oakland Cannery was the first live/work art space in the city and now it is threatened by cannabis investors.
Legal Marijuana Trailblazer Dennis Peron Dies at Age 72 in San FranciscoDennis Peron, an activist who was among the first people to argue for the benefits of marijuana for AIDS patients and helped legalize medical pot in California, died Saturday at 72.
After Legal Pot Shops' Cannabis Caches Go Up in Smoke, What's Next?California pot shop proprietors are concerned that bottlenecks are slowing the supply chain from fields to storefronts.
San Francisco Recreational Pot Sales Begin as Cannabis Industry Shrugs Off Sessions' PolicyIn S.F., sales of recreational marijuana began at 9 a.m. Saturday. Six dispensaries in the city confirmed that they're selling recreational weed and all received their state licenses to sell on Friday. Other shops are expected to get approval soon.
Anticipation Runs High as California Rolls Out Recreational Marijuana SalesSan Francisco, the counter-culture hub where marijuana smoke has been a fixture for half a century, was late to establish local regulations and won't have any retail outlets open for business until later in the week.
Capitol Ideas Get Real As New Year Ushers In Nearly 900 California LawsNew laws in effect Monday cover topics ranging from Trump's immigration crackdown to the new recreational marijuana market to the price of a college education.
California Gets Ready To Ignite Cannabis Culinary-Arts SceneThe world’s largest legal recreational marijuana market kicks off Monday in California, and the trendsetting state is set to ignite the cannabis culinary scene.
Oakland Hosts 'Cannabis Summit' To Discuss Rules For BusinessesWith the Jan. 1 start date for legal sales of recreational marijuana in California looming, dozens of current and potential cannabis entrepreneurs came to a summit in Oakland Wednesday to hear state officials explain the rules they must follow.