With cloud-shaped pipes and rose-infused pre-rolls, these female small-business owners are catering to femme stoners.
The living legend and the bluegrass young gun unroll a pot-smoking, finger-picking good time.
In a post-Roe Texas, cities such as San Antonio have tried to protect reproductive health care—but a state government big on preemption has other plans.
The singer-songwriter talks about “Are You Sure,” getting her granddad into Willie’s poker game, and a gift Willie gave her that she’ll never smoke.
I ate a quarter-pound of the mood-altering queso developed by Trudy’s and Earlybird CBD. For journalism!
The pair have been inseparable for decades.
We reached out to prosecutors for all 254 Texas counties to ask whether they will still prosecute marijuana cases.
The Legislature remains far from allowing recreational use, but baby steps toward decriminalization could come this session.
“Will Rap 4 Weed” and Other Independent Candidates for Governor You Probably Won’t Hear About Again in 2018
Seventy people filed as independent candidates for the November ballot, but state law likely will prevent them from being there.
Is Texas ready for statewide candidate who wants to legalize marijuana?
The Sheriff At The Infamous Sierra Blanca Checkpoint Isn’t Interested In Enforcing Marijuana Laws Anymore
Come back through, Willie/Snoop/Nelly/Fiona Apple!
By releasing a song called “It’s All Going to Pot,” of course.
Only question is, how did it take him so long?
9-year-old Alexis Bortell’s doctors prescribed her medical marijuana to treat her life-threatening epileptic seizures. But she can’t get it filled in her home state of Texas—at least, not yet.
A surprisingly uncontroversial bill to convert the penalty for possessing less than an ounce of marijuana to a civil offense with a $100 fine may find some success in the legislature.
After a new campaign in Colorado has literally made Dowd the poster child for how not to consume legal marijuana, she turned to the nation's most beloved expert for advice on how to do it right—and shared what she learned in the pages of the Grey Lady.
For many military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, their only relief comes from a drug that is illegal in Texas: marijuana. Can a growing band of cannabis advocates persuade our legislators to change that?
Get the guy a pair of new glasses and apparently he loosens right up.
Former Cowboys receiver Sam Hurd was arrested after attempting to set himself up as a Chicago drug lord—while he was drawing a veteran's salary from the Bears—and this week he revealed to Sports Illustrated how many of his former teammates in Dallas he sold "the loudest weed in California" to. How
A dramatic increase in border security over the past six years has made the Sierra Blanca inspection station one of the nation’s toughest. And I oughta know.
Willie reveals this and several other details in an excerpt from his new memoir, Roll Me Up And Smoke Me When I Die.
This time, Armie Hammer, who played the Winklevii twins in The Social Network, was (allegedly) busted with "special" sweets.
Is Willie Nelson Santa Claus? We asked him that, and a few other things—like what it's like to get busted and get along with Pat Robertson and Snoop Dogg.
Senior editor John Spong talked with Jan Reid about his new Ann Richards biography, ‘Let the People In.’
In this extraordinary oral history, Willie Nelson’s friends, kin, and collaborators (Jimmy Carter, Emmylou Harris, Robert Redford, Merle Haggard, and many more big names) tell their favorite stories about the Red Headed Stranger.
The case for legalizing marijuana (and no, I haven’t been smoking something).
The rapper takes a marijuana bust in the same place that tripped up his good friend Willie Nelson.
A roundup of the latest and greatest scientific research from Texas universities.
The Red Headed Stranger is about to be eligible for Medicare? Ain’t it funny how time slips away.
Brig Marmolejo may have been convicted of bribery, but he is more than just another crooked cop in South Texas. His is the story of borders easily crossed—the ageless parable of the Rio Grande Valley.
I smoked marijuana all day every day for several years. It took me almost a year to quit—and now I wonder if I’ll ever get straight.
Skinner Brown, a 63-year-old farmer and business man, was a pillar of his small-town society until he was busted for possessing $12 million worth of marijuana.
The Denton millionaire hated drugs and liked cops. He also liked Muscles Foster, a footloose cowboy who was one of Texas’ biggest drug runners.
What’s good for marijuana is good for Starr County.
Dope sellers obey the law—of supply and demand.
In which Texas comes into the 20th century, barely.