Laredo Border Patrol Agents Seize More Than 1 Ton Of MarijuanaAgents intercepted three narcotic smuggling attempts resulting in the seizure of more than 2,400 pounds of marijuana in and around Laredo.
Woman, Sons Accused Of Transporting Meth From Texas To GeorgiaA woman and her two sons are accused of transporting meth from Texas to an Atlanta-area house.
Scientists Call On U.S. To Allow Research On Pot Meds For PetsPeople anxious to relieve suffering in their pets are increasingly turning to oils and powders that contain CBDs, a non-psychoactive component of marijuana.
DEA 14th National Prescription Drug Take Back DayThe 14th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, October 28, 2017. See where you can safely drop off your old prescription medication for disposal.
Trump Vows To 'Send In The Feds' To Help Chicago's Violence Problem President Donald Trump is offering to "send in the Feds" if Chicago can't reduce its homicide figures.
Sources: Suspect Killed Himself After Being Shot By OfficerKeelan Murray, was shot by the officer in his shoulder, and then shot and killed himself with his own gun.
THC-Laced Candies A Growing Concern In North TexasOfficials with the Drug Enforcement Administration in Dallas say they've seen an increase of Cannabis or THC-laced candies making the rounds throughout North Texas.
I-Team: DEA Reverses Decision On Kratom BanThe DEA says it is also waiting on the FDA to answer the question, does Kratom have a medicinal use?
I-Team: Feds Consider Kratom BanSome call it an herbal supplement, but the government may soon call it an illegal drug. In Texas, Kratom has been sipped, steeped, and swallowed legally for years. It is used in liquid and powdered forms.
Police Seize Millions In Methamphetamine DrugsPolice in Greenville had to call in the Drug Enforcement Administration after finding more than $1 million worth of methamphetamines during a traffic stop.
Government Won't Reclassify Marijuana, Allows More ResearchThe Obama administration isn't going to reclassify marijuana and remove it from the list of the most dangerous drugs.
Exclusive: How Your Old, Unwanted Medications Are Transformed Into ElectricityThe medications unloaded at the Covanta Energy plant in Tulsa are used to create power.