Texas House OKs Removing Jail Time For Small Amounts Of PotHaving small amounts of marijuana in Texas would mean a fine and no jail time under a bill advancing in the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Sentencing Begins In Weapons Charges Tied To Teen Kidnapping, Murder CaseA convicted felon tied to the kidnapping and murder of a teenager in suburban Lancaster is waiting to be sentenced on federal weapons charges.
2 Arrested, Stolen Guns Recovered During Traffic Stop In ArlingtonTwo men were arrested after officers found drugs and stolen guns during a traffic stop in Arlington Friday evening, police say.
DOJ: Authorities Raid, Shut Down 'Drug-Infested' Hotel Near Dallas Elementary SchoolAn alleged "drug-infested" hotel near an elementary school in Dallas will be shut down after authorities raided the business, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced on Friday.
Haltom City Officer Saves Woman From Overdose On Valentine's DayA woman who overdosed on heroin was brought back from the brink of death by Haltom City police officers on Valentine's Day. 
Texas Police Serve Drug Warrant, Gunfire Leaves Suspect DeadPolice say a suspect in a Central Texas drug investigation has died in an exchange of gunfire with officers serving a no-knock search warrant at a home.
Border Agents Stop Truck Carrying Frozen Strawberries, Find Over $12M Worth Of MethCustoms and Border Protection agents in Texas intercepted over $12 million worth of methamphetamine inside a truck carrying frozen strawberries that crossed into the U.S. from Mexico.
Notorious Drug Lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman Convicted In Trafficking TrialJoaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was found guilty on all 10 counts in his drug trafficking trial.
Medicare Patients Face Surging Costs For Some Life-Saving DrugsAnalysis revealed that Medicare Part D co-insurance costs for specialty-tier drugs are 12 percent higher in 2019 than they were in 2016.
Toxicology Report: Driver In Deadly Wrong-Way Crash In Fort Worth Had Drugs, Alcohol In SystemThe Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office report shows Vanessa Matlock, the driver in a deadly wrong-way crash on January 4, had marijuana and alcohol in her system at the time.
Opioid Crisis Hits Texas High School Students HardAlmost 15 percent of our high school students are using opioids without prescriptions, according to the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. That’s one in seven students.