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Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera, also know as “El Chapo,” is considered to be the world’s most powerful drug trafficker. He is known for being the boss of the Sinaloa drug… Read More

Today, October 17, 2018, Canada announces the national legalization of marijuana. But what does this mean for travelers? Marijuana use can still be regulated by cities. For example, the city… Read More

The distribution and recreational use of illegal prescription drugs is arguably considered an epidemic throughout the United States. Many illegal distributors use the dark web for selling their “product.” Melissa… Read More

On Wednesday, September 19, 2018, DEA busted a condo both in St. Charles and St. Peters, preventing 1.5 millions doses of fentanyl from hitting the St. Louis metropolitan streets. DEA… Read More

In 2013, Tyrell Davidson was accused of murdering Chauncey Brown, 16, in a drive-by shooting. Two witnesses, James Moore, 16, and Noah Barnes, also 16, were both found dead within… Read More

There is an opioid epidemic killing thousands across our nation. “The Illinois Department of Public Health reports that 11,000 people have died from overdoses since 2008.” Illinois Governor, Bruce Rauner,… Read More

What started out as a normal day for Kala Brown quickly turned into anyone’s worst nightmare. Ms. Brown and her boyfriend, Charles David Carver, went missing in 2016 in South… Read More

Saturday, August 25, 2018 is considered ‘Saturation Saturday,’ which is a statewide initiative sponsored by Mother’s Against Drunk Driving. This initiative partners with local police departments to enforce and arrest… Read More

Illinois Governor, Bruce Rauner, signed a law allowing courts to confiscate a persons guns who is a threat to themselves or others. This law allows police and family members to… Read More

In 2016, Florida passed an amendment allowing the use of medical marijuana. However, last year, the legislature passed a law banning the use of smokable medical marijuana. “The laws, signed… Read More

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