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A flesh-eating drug makes its way to the U.S. Known on the street as “krokodil,” it’s being called “the most horrible drug in the world.” Fox 25′s Kisha Henry shows us why drug enforcement officers are
In 2010, 711 people in died from accidental drug overdoses, and nationally the Centers for Disease Control have deemed prescription painkiller abuse an "epidemic." Modeled after legislation aimed at stemming prescription drug abuse, is addressing
Arrests/citations Juvenile male, 14, aggravated robbery, Nov. 6. Kiera Thompson, 24, 2938 Queen City Ave., falsification, Nov. 7...Quentin Jenkins, 19, 910 Goodhue Circle, operating vehicle impaired, Nov. 9...William Cox, 34, 1824 Mills Ave.,
They know that the federal and state governments have showered hundreds of millions of dollars on the problem and the state of Kentucky has spent, literally, billions locking up people who have committed crimes related to their drug dependency. As
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Kateena Haynes thought her job would be about helping kids with homework, playing games and providing a positive environment as director of the Harlan County Boys and Girls Club. It has been, mostly, but she also found herself scrambling to come up
Kentucky recorded 19 fewer drug-overdose deaths in 2012 than the year before. The deaths of 1,004 people instead of 1,023 might not sound like big news, but it was certainly a welcome change after more than a decade of rising drug abuse and deaths.
In Summary Nyeri Deputy County Criminal Investigation Officer Julius Emase said he launched immediate investigations following a tip off Mr Emase said that he had led the search of Mr Githinji's office and had managed to find Sh114,667 advertisement
In Summary Before the National Security and Administration committee turned their focus to the cases, Mr Mututho had told the MPs that he plans to propose the restriction of opening hours for wines and spirits shops. Mr Mututho admitted Monday that
Frazier writes. "Opioid painkillers, such as hydrocodone and oxycodone, are typically the most abused drugs. When taken as prescribed, these medications are generally safe; but when misused or abused, they can be highly addictive--even deadly."...