| Apr 2, 2009
WASHINGTON (AP) - Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske said Wednesday that as national drug czar, he would take a balanced, science-based approach to the job. He also told the Senate Judiciary Committee he will help develop a strategy to help address...
| May 7, 2009
| 12:05 PM
Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske has been named the country's director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
The Senate approved the nomination Thursday.
Kerlikowske is a 36-year law enforcement veteran. He has said he will take a balanced,...
| May 29, 2009
(WGN-AM)- A recent study reveals that almost 90 percent of men arrested in Chicago have drugs in their system.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy released the findings on Thursday, which looked at the drug use of men arrested in 10 metropolitan...
| Jun 23, 2010
1. Tight race brewing for oval championship: In a 250-lap sprint at Iowa Speedway, Scott Dixon went from 11 points arrears of leader Dario Franchitti to three points clear of his Target Chip Ganassi Racing teammate in the A.J. Foyt Oval Championship...
| Apr 25, 2010
| 3:22 PM
Using drug and racketeering statutes and extradition agreements, federal prosecutors are sending a steady parade of Mexican drug lords into U.S. prisons. Although that is having a chilling effect on the smuggling cartels, there is no sign that the...
| Sep 25, 2009
This week's All-Star Officers are very special team of crime-fighters: Clark County's award-winning K-9 Units, including Deputy Brian Ellithorpe and his four legged partner "Saver", and Deputy Rick Osborne, with his K-9, "Kane"
Commander Chuck Atkins...
| Nov 6, 2009
Thousands gathered at the Key Arena in a somber memorial to honor SPD Officer Timothy Brenton.
Key people are speaking at this event including Director of Office of National Drug Control Policy and Former SPD Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske, Governor...
| Feb 1, 2005
Representatives of NBA star Carmelo Anthony are negotiating with federal and state officials who want the Baltimore native to participate in a marketing campaign to combat the growing problem of witness intimidation.
"He definitely will be outreaching to...
| Sep 19, 2002
The state crime-control office credited by Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend with making Maryland safer directs the largest chunk of its federal grant dollars not to police agencies, but to community and church groups, schools and citizen patrols for...
| Jan 18, 2004
On an otherwise unremarkable day nearly 30 years ago, in a San Fernando Valley head shop, an ordinary man on LSD had an epiphany. The one thing that could save the world, it came to him, was hemp.
Thunderbolts come cheap on LSD, but this one looked...