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He had major league talent and a baseball scholarship, but he chose marijuana and alcohol. He had a girlfriend who was an Auburn University cheerleader and future reality TV star, but he chose cocaine...Growing up in Phenix City, Blake Russell seemed
Joshua Hunt takes the stand Thursday in his murder trial in Benton County Superior Court...Hunt sobbed as he testified Thursday about pointing a revolver at a Richland teens chest and pulling the trigger. Hunt, 19, told a Benton County jury that his
As the new year approached, Courtney smoked marijuana for the first time, after a lifetime of being against it. "I never smoked before," said Courtney, a young mother who wants to be identified by first name only. "I always said, 'I'm a good kid, I'm
A White Rock woman en route to Washington state Saturday morning says she was turned back at the Douglas border crossing and barred from the U.S. because she admitted smoking marijuana several days earlier. I think it makes no sense, said Jessica
Liberal Party leader, Justin Trudeau, said he smoked marijuana while a member of Canada's Parliament after backing tougher penalties for users. Trudeau admitted Thursday he smoked marijuana as recently as three years ago as a lawmaker, telling
Canada Liberal leader Trudeau admits marijuana use as MP Trudeau said he had not done any hard drugs, and does not drink coffee The leader of the Canadian Liberal Party has admitted smoking marijuana while a sitting member of parliament. Justin
Army Dr. Phil Leveque Professor of Pharmacology Salem-News.com It's really quite safe! The history of marijuana in the New World really starts about 5,000 years ago in Asia. Cannabis/Marijuana (C/MJ) was brought to the Caribbean and Mexico about 1500.
A new study that spanned 11 years found that smoking marijuana may lower the chances of getting bladder cancer...It involved 83,000 men who smoked marijuana, cigarettes or both, Raw Story reported. The findings, presented at the American Urological
Just writing those words is so potentially dangerous in our society that I wasn't sure I could go through with it when I sat down to write this editorial. While on the other hand, letting everyone know that just two weekends ago I went to George's
that officers were called out early Saturday after witnesses found a child strapped in a safety seat in the middle of an intersection. The boy wasn't hurt. He's now in the custody of Arizona Child Protective Services.