ESPN President Resigns, Cites Substance Abuse ProblemESPN President John Skipper says he is resigning to take care of a substance abuse problem.
Cowboys Randy Gregory Working 'To Turn Life Around'A source close to suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory says he's "successfully working at turning his life around,'' but that work does not come with any guarantees of an NFL future.
Substance Abuse Linked To Consuming Energy Drinks, Study SaysA new study says that young, college-aged adults who regularly consumed energy drinks were at a higher risk of abusing other substances later in life.
Report: Jerry Jones Pushes For NFL To Decriminalize Ration Of PotSome think the move would be good for the NFL. Others think the move would be especially good for the Dallas Cowboys.
Turning Ecstasy Into Potential Treatment For PTSD?If researchers have their way, the illegal, highly addictive party drug known as Ecstasy could become a treatment option for PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder.
Cowboys' Randy Gregory: Dealing With The 'Demons' Cowboys’ defensive end Randy Gregory has “issues.” “Demons,” even, as team owner Jerry Jones put it. But intelligence isn’t among them.
Cowboys' Gregory Suspended For Substance AbuseRandy Gregory has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2016 regular season.
Police Investigate K2 Overdoses In Downtown DallasIs one man behind a rash of drug overdoses in downtown Dallas? CBS 11 News has learned of at least 10 more K2 overdoses this week alone.
Suspended Cowboys S Hamilton: 'I Didn't Get To The Test In Time'Second-year safety Jakar Hamilton says his recent suspension was not the result of a failed drug test. He simply missed a scheduled test.
North Texas Police Say Users Cooking Up A Dangerous New HighPolice in Plano and other Collin County cities are seeing more and more cases of teenagers and young adults smoking ‘dabs.’ Dabs is a high concentration of marijuana that is considered dangerous.
Free Synthetic Drugs Forum Being Held In PlanoParents in McKinney just want to know how three McKinney teenagers got their hands on what's believed to be called N-bombs, which is a synthetic form of LSD.
Does My Health Insurance Cover Substance Abuse Treatment?Almost all health insurance policies are now required to cover substance abuse treatment under the Affordable Care Act.