Ten students at Connecticut's Wesleyan University and two visitors were hospitalized Sunday from "complications" arising from the use of the drug Molly or alcohol.
Two men have been sentenced to federal prison in a cocaine distribution ring operating between Wichita Falls and McAllen.
Police say a long-time felon is in custody after leading authorities on a lengthy chase Thursday night.
Doctors have been prescribing Niacin for decades but new research suggests Niacin may contribute to early deaths. Erika Edwards reports.
A drug bust Monday afternoon was a team effort by the Organized Crime Unit, SWAT and K-9 units led to the arrest of a man at 4736 Eden Lane in Wichita Falls.
Wichita Falls police arrest two people early Thursday morning at Lake Wichita Park.
Isaac Martinez was found guilty of manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance.
Wichita Falls police say a number of big drug busts in the city and county the past few years, especially the busts carried out by federal agencies, have taken some of the key drug players off city streets.
Assistant Secretary of State William Brownfield was in Texoma this morning to thank Air Tractor, an aircraft manufacturer based in Olney, and its employees for being instrumental in the world wide fight against drugs.
A dangerous Russian drug that has suddenly become popular in North Texas may have contributed to at least nine recent deaths in Tarrant County.
Four people were arrested after a narcotics search and arrest warrant was executed at a Wichita Falls home Wednesday.
Two men are behind bars on drug charges after a routine traffic stop.
Michael Martin Sr. and Michael Martin Jr. are charged with possession of marijuana.
Woman believes she consumed Halloween candy laced with LSD.
The body of 38-year-old Shannon Huddleston was found in a freezer at her home in Mineral Wells.
A disturbing new drug is starting to get the attention of law enforcement across the United States and in our area.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars after police say a suspected drug deal apparently goes south.
Prescription drug abuse is a serious problem in the US, but more than half of states aren't doing enough to stop this dangerous epidemic.
Two people are behind bars after motorists traveling south bound on U.S. 287 near Huntington Lane saw a flashing sign warning of a drug check point ahead, and that the last exit before the check point was coming up.
While tobacco use is at an all time low among teenagers the use of marijuana is on the rise. According to the annual 2012 Monitoring the Future Survey (which is administered annually to over 45,000 students grades 8-2 in both public and private ...