School children at an Orange County elementary school joined students nationwide pledging to stay drug-free as Red Ribbon Week kicked off Monday.
Angelenos are being urged to dispose of potentially dangerous, expired, and unwanted prescriptions during Saturday’s National Drug Take Back Day.
Over a dozen people working at two Southland truck yards have been arrested in connection with three Mexican drug smuggling operations, prosecutors said Thursday.
The Justice Department will pay $4.1 million to a California college student left in a Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell for four days without food or water last year.
Officials say use of a dangerous new drug is rising in the Southland, and parents are shocked that it remains legal and accessible even as it sends teens to the hospital with terrifying health effects.
Authorities are encouraging Southern California residents to rid their homes of potentially dangerous prescription drugs that are expired or that they no longer need.
Law enforcement agencies throughout Southern California are expected to take part this weekend in a nationwide effort to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs and other medications.
Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department took part in a massive series of raids on Thursday involving alleged prescription drug sales by a multi-state criminal operation.
DEA agents raided three locations, filed notices of asset forfeiture, and sent out 67 letters to pot shop operators or property owners across the Southland.
Police and federal agents raided the offices Thursday of a Los Angeles-area doctor suspected of illegally prescribing prescriptions.
A California federal lawmaker claims there was a breakdown in DEA procedure and oversight when a college student was forgotten in a holding cell for more than four days.
Federal agents have arrested a Los Angeles man on charges of heroin possession after he sold 31 firearms to confidential informant.
Police say they’ve taken down two crime organizations dealing heroin across San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties.
A Southland man on Friday had at least 30 reasons why one should never punch a federal agent.
A South Dakota man accused of robbing a Tustin woman while impersonating a federal narcotics agent was behind bars on Wednesday.