Councilman Jim Kenney wants to downgrade Philadelphia’s marijuana possession offense even further.
Police say a New Jersey man mixed Rice Krispies and oregano and sold it as marijuana to a 17-year-old for $210.
Chris Stigall discussed the reaction to an interview in New York Magazine where President Obama said he didn’t think marijuana was more dangerous than alcohol.
Chris reviews New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s inauguration, the snowstorm engulfing the Delaware Valley, and President Obama’s comments on legalizing marijuana. He also talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
On January 16, officers responded to the scene of a Chuck E Cheese located on Chambersbridge Road for a report of a fight.
Chris reviewed the Senate Intelligence report on Benghazi, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s comments on marijuana, and talked to Comcast Executive Vice President David Cohen about plans to build a new tower in Center City.
Leach, while fully supporting the general legalization of marijuana, is working on a bill that would legalize a medical form of the drug to treat epileptic seizures.
Chris covers New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s State of the State Address and the upcoming push in Pennsylvania to legalize medical marijuana. He talks to State Senator Daylin Leach and Frank Gaffney from the Center for Security Policy.
Police in York County made an “unusual” find after an 18-year-old crashed his car in Heidelberg Township last month.
Police are investigating after a 16-year-old was shot while being robbed after buying drugs.
It is a disturbing statistic from the National Institute of Drug Abuse – sixty percent of 12th graders do not view regular marijuana use as harmful.
At 9:21 p.m., police say officers found four males in Upper Macungie Township Park at the 1600 block of Route 100.
Police in Delaware investigating an attempted home invasion found the homeowner in possession of a significant amount of drugs.
Police in Chester County have arrested a man for allegedly firing shots from a weapon and possession of a controlled substance after a search of his home yielded a firearm and drug paraphernalia.
The facility, called the Compassionate Care Foundation and located in Egg Harbor Township, will be the first to serve South Jersey residents.