Broward Grand Jury To Investigate Flakka After 33 DeathsA Broward County grand jury is preparing to investigate the distribution and use of the synthetic drug flakka following at least 33 deaths linked to the substance over the past 10 months.
Coast Guard Obtains 900 Pounds Of MarijuanaThe U.S. Coast Guard stopped $800,000 worth of marijuana from hitting the streets of South Florida after 900 pounds of pot was seized from the ocean Sunday morning.
Last Two Of 13 Sentenced In Fla. Cocaine ConspiracyTwo Florida men have been sentenced to prison after being busted for being a part of a large scale drug trafficking ring.
Cocaine Congressman Trey Radel ResignsRepublican Trey Radel, who achieved infamy after pleading guilty to cocaine-possession charges in Washington, will resign his Congressional seat, CBS News has confirmed.
FAU Head Coach Quits Over Alleged Illegal Drug UseA bizarre situation has unfolded in Boca Raton at the Florida Atlantic University athletics department. Head football coach Carl Pelini and defensive coordinator Pete Rekstis both admitted to athletic director Florida Atlantic University athletic director Pat Chun what is described as illegal drug use.
Exclusive Look Inside "The Drug Burn"If there was ever an image of what hell might look like it would be what someone would see if they looked through a tiny window at a secret facility located in South Florida
AG Bondi Files Emergency Rule Outlawing 22 Synthetic DrugsBath salts, K-2 and Spice. Synthetic drugs have many names, but now they share one thing in common: they are illegal in Florida.
Broward Passes Ban On Bath Salts Broward County commissioners have officially banned the sale or display of bath salts and synthetic marijuana.
Florida Supreme Court Upholds State's Drug Law A tough law concerning illegal drugs in the state of Florida will remain just as tough as always. Friday, the Florida Supreme Court upheld a law that requires anyone caught with illegal drugs in their possession to prove their innocence.
Gov. Scott: Florida No Longer Pill Mill HavenWith 213 pill mills shut down by Florida law enforcement agencies in the past year, Gov. Rick Scott said Wednesday that law enforcement agencies are making huge inroads on stopping the folks who illegally sell prescription drugs.
Judge Gives S. Fla. Pill Mill Owner 15+ Years In Prison The co-owner of four South Florida pain clinics responsible for illegally distributing some 20 million pain pills was slapped with a prison sentence of more than 15 years.
Court Ponders If Miami-Dade Drug Dog’s Sniff ConstitutionalThe case of the Miami-Dade police dog closely watched by law enforcement nationwide will have its time in court. The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether a the South Florida police dog's sniff outside the front door of a house with a marijuana growing operation is an illegal search.