One of four TCU football players accused of selling marijuana as part of a six-month drug sting has been charged.
Fort Worth police seized about 2.7 pounds of marijuana in the TCU-related drug sting that led to the arrests of four football players and a dozen other students.
According to a reports, rumors of 60-to-80 TCU football players failing a random drug test have been grossly exaggerated.
Former Cowboys and Colts offensive lineman Kurt Vollers has been sentenced to 30 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy to distribute marijuana.
The Texas Senate has voted to ban the production, sale and possession of several new forms of synthetic marijuana.
A Fort Worth police officer who resigned last year after being arrested for keeping marijuana instead of turning it over as evidence has been sentenced to two years of probation.
The 750 or so pot plants, some as high as 15 feet were pulled last week after being discovered south of Whitesboro in Grayson County. -
Illegal drug use is at the highest level in nearly a decade.
In case you missed our discussion about the use of medical marijuana, here is my interview with Stephen Betzen.
I had a very interesting conversation with Suzanne Wills with the Drug Policy Forum of Texas. She says the group isn’t necessarily in favor of legalizing drugs, but their mission is to make people aware […]
Authorities in Hunt County say they’re not sure if they’ve collected all the duffle bags of marijuana dropped onto houses from a plane earlier this week.
K-2 and related paraphernalia will be banned in Mansfield