The ordinance was approved last December and bans vaping in public places in Mesa, where smoking is also banned.
Valley students will be on spring break in the coming weeks, and local nonprofit NotMYkid has a warning for parents, as kids are getting their hands on something new.
About 5,200 Arizona stores received a letter that outlines nearly 100 smoke products stores are no longer allowed to sell. It's all part of a lawsuit the attorney general filed at the start of the new year.
Arizona's attorney general has obtained an injunction against a New Jersey-based vaping company he recently sued that bars the company from marketing or selling any of its products in the state.
The policy applies to cartridge-based e-cigarette flavors including fruit, candy, mint and dessert flavors. Menthol and tobacco-flavors are exempt, in addition to other kinds of vaping products.
Daniel Ament, the teen who became anonymously famous after becoming the first patient to receive a double lung transplant from vaping, spoke to a class of students about the dangers of vaping.
Cigarette maker Philip Morris may be shifting from smoking tobacco to vaping with a new product. The company says it wants to phase out cigarettes and move to alternatives.
Officials also found that the illegal vapes confiscated in the December raids typically were not as potent as advertised, and sometimes contained just a fraction of the THC claimed on the labels, according to state testing results.
Arizona sheriff's deputies are struggling to keep up with the amount of black market marijuana coming across the border. The struggle is even more challenging as Mexican cartels are now smuggling what's called 'crude oil.' It's one of the strongest forms of marijuana and in this case, it's proving to be deadly. FOX's Stephanie Bennett shows us just how fast this product is spreading.
Arizona's attorney general is suing cigarette giant Juul Labs for alleged violations of state consumer fraud laws. The move makes it the latest state to go after the company as youth vaping explodes.
Vaping illnesses and deaths have been grabbing headlines lately, and now, the Food and Drug Administration is apparently preparing for a massive ban on flavored eCigarette products.
Health officials in the U.S. will ban most flavored e-cigarettes popular with underage teenagers, but with major exceptions that still benefit manufacturers, retailers and adults.
The Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the sale of all e-cigarette flavors except for tobacco and menthol, a report said on Tuesday.
Anyone under 21 can no longer legally buy cigarettes, cigars or any other tobacco products in the U.S.
The FDA said it is now illegal to sell tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21 after the national age was raised from 18 last week.
Health officials are blaming blame vitamin E acetate for the “vast majority” of cases in the U.S. outbreak of vaping illnesses.
Several United Parcel Service employees are among nearly a dozen people accused of shipping illegal drugs undetected out of Tucson.
Health officials are investigating a nationwide outbreak of vaping illnesses and for the first time, they're releasing a list of the vape brands most commonly linked to hospitalizations.
Fueled recently by alarm over a deadly lung illness that health officials have linked to illicit THC vaping, the pursuit of pot cartridges has added a new layer to drug enforcement while authorities are grappling with the opioid crisis and other drug issues.
Mesa City Council is looking at a proposal that would cut down where you can vape.