Drug overdose deaths decrease in Spokane County, meth still mostly commonly listed on death certificate
By Mitch Ryals
Tags: News, News, Spokane County Medical Examiner, overdose, drugs, annual report, opioids, meth, News
Washington AG proposes solutions to the state's skyrocketing opioid crisis
Tags: News, Washington, opioid crisis, heroin, drugs, Bob Ferguson, John Batiste, Rich Weyrich, News
Ghost stories, Spokane Tribe tries to woo Amazon, other morning headlines
By Daniel Walters
Tags: News, News, Spokane, ghosts, homeless, Kootenai County, GOP, Raúl Labrador, Yemen, war, resolution, Chris Molitor, Amazon, Spokane Tribe, JFK, assassination, Grant County, drugs, tax cut, Congress, Mark Halperin, sexual harassment, pay gap
Study: Music can make you nicer to be around; plus, pushback against opiates and a cautionary health-care tale
By Anne McGregor
Tags: InHealth, InHealth, sex, drugs, music, opiates, health care, Affordable Care Act, Obamacare
Costco to pay millions in settlement over prescription drugs
Tags: News, drugs, Michael C. Ormsby, United States Attorney, opioid, Costco, DEA, News
The federal government is banning the herbal supplement kratom — drawing criticism from those who benefit from its mood-lifting and opiate-like effects
Tags: News, Drugs
Under the Needle
For the past quarter-century, Lynn Everson has led a controversial means of making drug users healthier
By Jake Thomas
Tags: News, DRUGS
New Old Drug
Amid concerns over opioid dependency, meth makes a comeback
Tags: News, drugs
A treatment for those hooked on heroin or painkillers is gaining traction. But is it the silver bullet for opioid addiction?
Drug-test providers have trouble helping ID dangerous drugs at events like Paradiso
By Lael Henterly
Tags: News, drugs, music festival, MDMA, harm-reduction, electronic dance music, News
"Cornucopia of pharmacopeia" case found wanting by loquacious, baseball-loving judge
Tags: News, courts, drugs, News
Is new drug Flakka really wreaking havoc in Spokane?
Tags: News, news, drugs, crime, police, drug abuse, narcotics, public health
Q&A with Darren McCrea
The pot activist explains his new University of Spokamsterdam.
By Nicholas Deshais
Tags: News, drugs, marijuana, medical marijuana
Two men facing prison shed their public defenders in an attempt to test Washington’s marijuana law.
By Kevin Taylor
Tags: News, marijuana, medical marijuana, drugs, law, police
Braving the elements to legalize marijuana in Washington state.
Tags: News, marijuana, politics, drugs, election 2012
Connecting the Dots
My first week on Ritalin
By Luke Baumgarten
Tags: Arts & Culture, drugs, health, last word
Why prescription drugs are getting harder to find, despite an act by the president.
By Chris Stein
Tags: News, drugs, health
Amid skyrocketing demand, Spokane's only needle exchange cuts back its services.
Tags: News, drugs, crime, law, economy, budget
Country Behind Bars
Charles Shaw’s Exile Nation aims to be a complete, 40-year oral history of the War on Drugs.
By Joseph Haeger
Tags: Arts & Culture, marijuana, medical marijuana, drugs
Just Say Maybe
A serious effort to legalize marijuana kicks off.
Tags: News, marijuana, medical marijuana, drugs, olympia
The Death of Dispensaries
How a month of memos, votes, raids and a veto killed Washington's — and maybe the nation's — medical marijuana industry.
Tags: News, marijuana, medical marijuana, drugs, olympia, politics
Three measures in Olympia could change the way Washington state looks at pot.
Across the country - and especially Idaho - meth use has fallen dramatically. But why?
Tags: News, drugs, meth
In the Weeds
Police raids, illegal drug deals and some very sick people: Washington's medical marijuana law marks 10 years.
Tags: News, marijuana, medical marijuana, drugs, darren mccrea
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
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on Aug 21, 2019
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