CBS News: Prince Had Prescription Pain Killers In His Possession At His HomeTwo sources told CBS News senior investigative producer Pat Milton they had no information on whether the medications may have played a role in Prince's death.
800-Yard-Long Drug Tunnel Found Between Mexico And San DiegoA nearly half-mile-long tunnel leading from Mexico to San Diego was discovered and more than a ton of cocaine and seven tons of marijuana was seized, the U.S. attorney's office said Wednesday. Six people were arrested.
Man Arrested for Allegedly Receiving Puzzle Box Containing Ecstasy Pills from HollandThe box contained more than 1,000 ecstasy pills from the Netherlands, police say.
CHP Chase Drug Suspect On 101 FreewayThere are believed to be two people in the car.
Old Prescription Drugs Accepted During Take-Back EventSouthern California residents can get rid of unwanted or outdated prescription drugs by dropping them off at designated collection sites.
Respected Football Coach Fired Over Music VideoA respected high school football coach has been terminated from his job over a hip hop music video.
Sheriff: New California Law Plays Significant Role In Crime RiseA recent change in California law making certain drug and property crimes misdemeanors instead of felonies played "a significant role" in the rising crime rate in Los Angeles County and has taken away the incentive for addicts to seek treatment, Sheriff Jim McDonnell said Thursday.
Report: Bill Cosby Said He Obtained Drugs To Give Women For SexBill Cosby admitted in 2005 that he got quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with, and that he gave the sedative to at least one woman and "other people," according to documents obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
Dreams Up In Smoke: Aspiring Actress Gets Caught Up In Pot-Smuggling Plot
Riverside Family Sues Nurse After Traces Of Chemical Found On Shirt Of Burned ChildA Riverside family is suing a nurse and a home-health agency after a young special-needs boy was severely burned while under care.
Illicit Drugs 'Rampant' In California State PrisonsThe Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is spending $8 million this year on drug-detecting scanners and a new breed of drug-sniffing dogs while also employing strip searches on visitors suspected of carrying drugs.
California Takes First Step To Regulate Medical MarijuanaCalifornia took the first step Thursday to regulate its nearly 20-year-old medical marijuana industry, one that lawmakers said currently resembles something out of the "wild, wild West."