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Police arrested in crackdown on major Spanish drug gangs

MADRID (AP) — Spanish authorities have dismantled two major drug trafficking networks that used corrupt police officers as part of operations to ship tons of cocaine and hashish into Western Europe, the European Union’s law enforcement agency said We

Attempt to override veto of marijuana legalization fails

DOVER, Del. (AP) — A bid to override Democratic Gov.
After quiet year, SC Democrats heat up in governor primary

After quiet year, SC Democrats heat up in governor primary

After a year of a mostly quiet primary, one of the top two South Carolina Democrats competing for their party's gubernatorial nomination took on the top Democrat in the state's House of Representatives, castigating the chamber's minority leader on Tw

North Carolina patrol releases video of fatal shooting

A motorist had a gun in his hand as he stepped out of a pickup truck during a traffic stop for not wearing a seat belt and was fatally shot by a North Carolina state trooper, a video released Tuesday by the State Highway Patrol showed.
Man charged in Nebraska crash that killed 2, injured 20

Man charged in Nebraska crash that killed 2, injured 20

LINCOLN, Neb.
Canadian soldier who served cannabis cupcakes to comrades loses appeal of case

Canadian soldier who served cannabis cupcakes to comrades loses appeal of case

FREDERICTON — A Canadian soldier convicted of serving cannabis-laced cupcakes to eight of her comrades during a live-fire training exercise in New Brunswick in 2018 has lost her appeal.

NC medical marijuana bill goes to House with final Senate OK

RALEIGH. N.C. (AP) — Legislation making it lawful to smoke marijuana or consume cannabis-infused products for medical purposes in North Carolina cleared the state Senate on Monday evening.

Health Department: Mississippi medical marijuana months away

JACKSON, Miss.

Time served for Mexican in 2015 San Francisco pier killing

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A California federal judge on Monday sentenced the Mexican man acquitted of murder in the 2015 shooting death of a woman on a San Francisco pier to the seven years he's already spent in jail — bringing to a legal close the case t