Letters on marijuana growing, Medicaid, Richard Elias, distasteful photo.
Olague was participant in botched drug rip that left high schooler dead.
The drugs were hidden behind a "false wall."
The busts were made at Southern Arizona ports of entry.
Court rules refusing to respond to warrantless search request is not the same as objecting to a search.
Defense says client didn't know co-defendant would kill victim.
Total of drugs seized were worth more than $400,000.
Gubernatorial candidates won't say whether they've ever smoked the drug.
The marijuana was valued at $123,000.
A woman was arrested Saturday for attempting to smuggle marijuana through the Douglas port of entry.
Three men were arrested and over $325,000 in drugs were seized Thursday in separate incidents at the Nogales port of entry.
PHOENIX — Arizonans who smoke marijuana can't be charged with driving while impaired absent actual evidence they are affected by the drug, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled this morning.
A Mexican man was arrested Wednesday at the Port of Nogales for attempting to smuggle more than 8,000 pounds of marijuana into the United States.
If there were one business at which Tucson would excel, surely it would be marijuana.
Tucson’s decision to limit the size of marijuana cultivation sites means growers are taking their farms — and jobs — to Phoenix.
A man accused in a drug-deal shooting that left a Salpointe Catholic High School student dead never intended to pay for the drugs and was prepared to kill to get what he wanted, prosecutors argued Wednesday.
Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized an estimated $314,650 worth of marijuana, and made arrests in other incidents last week, authorities said.
PHOENIX — Arizona voters may be ready to follow the lead of Colorado and Washington residents and make marijuana use by anyone legal.
Border Patrol agents in the Tucson Sector seized more than $605,000 worth of marijuana and arrested eight drug smugglers during the past two weeks, federal authorities said.
Although Joan Elaine Laidlaw showed no obvious signs of impairment, prosecutors told jurors her use of marijuana and prescription drugs before driving led to the death of one man and injury to another.