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Methamphetamine (drug) (INACTIVE)

Methamphetamine (drug) (INACTIVE)
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  • Matt Taibbi rips into America's growing income gap in 'The Divide'

    Matt Taibbi begins his sixth book, "The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap," with a simple formulation: "Poverty goes up; Crime goes down; Prison population doubles." It's a snapshot, a way to represent what Taibbi sees as the...
  • Mexico confirms confrontation with Border Patrol agents

    Mexico confirms confrontation with Border Patrol agents
    WASHINGTON — Two heavily armed, camouflaged Mexican soldiers crossed 50 yards inside Arizona in January and drew their guns against U.S. Border Patrol agents who confronted them in a tense standoff, according to documents obtained by The Times/...
  • Police: Traffic stop leads to arrest after marijuana, meth found

    A 38-year-old man pulled over for a stop sign violation Friday in Allentown was charged with having marijuana and methamphetamine in his car, according to court records. Kurt Bernard of Allentown failed to come to a complete stop at Ninth and Gordon...
  • Police find hash-oil lab at North Glendale home

    Police find hash-oil lab at North Glendale home
    Police discovered a potentially-explosive lab used to extract hash oil on Saturday inside the garage of a north Glendale home. Detectives seized roughly 40 pounds of marijuana, approximately 181 cans of butane, three large tubes used for extraction and...
  • Mexican commandos slay another crime boss in troubled Michoacan

    MEXICO CITY Naval commandos seeking to dismantle organized crime in the state of Michoacan have notched up another victory, slaying the No. 3 leader of a group known as the Knights Templar just weeks after killing its top boss. Enrique "El Kike"...
  • Man admits he stashed $1M of meth in Lake Nona-area home

    Man admits he stashed $1M of meth in Lake Nona-area home
    An illicit drug courier who had more than $1 million worth of methamphetamine stashed at his Lake Nona-area home was recently convicted by a federal judge. Jose Luis Martinez-Romero was arrested in December following a day of surveillance by U.S....
  • Berks Jazz Fest has a powerhouse lineup

    Berks Jazz Fest has a powerhouse lineup
    Berks Jazz Fest General Manager John Ernesto is well aware that 2015 will mark the 25th anniversary of the festival, which offers 140 performances over 10 days at major venues, clubs and restaurants in the Reading area. "It's on my mind a lot," Ernesto...
  • Leader's calculated risks are good for the Goodman

    Leader's calculated risks are good for the Goodman
    It was opening night of "Luna Gale," and the anticipation was palpable. Two hours before the Goodman Theatre premiere would begin, nearly 200 trustees, donors, sponsors and friends of the theater gathered on the late-January eve for a pre-show dinner....
  • Jailed Mexico crime boss has told prosecutors he's just a farmer

    MEXICO CITY Like Vito Corleone, the fictional "Godfather" mafia don who claimed to be a humble olive oil importer, captured drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has told prosecutors that he's a simple farmer, does not have an email account, makes...
  • Luzerne actress embracing comedy and drama

    Getting up at the crack of dawn to feed the cows seemed like hard work for Krysten Ritter, who was raised on a 100-acre cattle farm outside Shickshinny, Luzerne County. A decade or so later, as she was shooting "Refuge" in the blue-collar neighborhoods...
  • Arrest of civic figure Keith Jackson in Yee case a surprise to many

    SAN FRANCISCO — Keith Jackson came seemingly from nowhere to win a seat on the San Francisco Board of Education, a young newcomer running as a champion of parents and the "problem children" he knew growing up in the city's historically black Western...