Only pot shop in Seattle out of stock

Seattle’s first and only recreational marijuana store is temporarily closed after running out of stock in just three days since Washington became the second U.S. state to allow pot sales to adults.

Cannabis City opened in Seattle on Tuesday with at least 10 pounds of marijuana for sale, and by close of business Thursday it was all gone. A message on the store’s phone line said it would reopen on July 21.

— Reuters

Another Atlantic City casino may close

The Trump Plaza Hotel in Atlantic City could shut its doors in September and lay off 1,000 workers, a local newspaper reported, in what would make it one of four casinos to close this year in the faltering New Jersey resort city.

The Press of Atlantic City reported that an official from Trump Plaza called New Jersey state Sen. Jim Whelan (D) and told him the casino expected to issue layoff notices on Monday.

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes, left, shakes hands with clerk Pam Fenstermacher after purchasing marijuana at Cannabis City, Tuesday, July 8, 2014, in Seattle, on the first day that sales of recreational pot became legal in the state. (Elaine Thompson/AP)

— Reuters

Michigan student won’t face charges in prank on teacher: A Michigan high school student accused of sickening a teacher by putting Visine eye solution in her coffee won’t face charges, a prosecutor said Saturday. Police in Fowlerville, Mich., had recommended felony charges against the student, who they say placed Visine in the teacher’s coffee for several days in mid-May.

Authorities say Utah man planned bombing, uprising: Authorities in Utah have arrested a man in connection with an alleged plot to blow up a police station, kill police officers and destroy infrastructure to delay an emergency response. John Huggins, 47, believed that the plan, once carried out, would spark an anti-government uprising, according to court documents.

FAA investigates drones used to shoot videos of fireworks: The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating several videos filmed using drones that flew into and around firework displays, including two apparently shot on the Fourth of July and one from Florida that has received nearly 9 million YouTube views. The agency allows drone use for recreational purposes under certain restrictions.

— From news services