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  • Potential for explosion at busted Glendale hash-oil lab was 'huge'

    Potential for explosion at busted Glendale hash-oil lab was 'huge'
    A Glendale man faces drug manufacturing charges after police raided a potentially explosive lab used to extract hash oil inside a garage.
  • Night + Market Song opens Monday in Silver Lake

    Night + Market Song opens Monday in Silver Lake
    Among fans of West Hollywood Thai restaurant Night + Market, anticipation for the opening of its sister iteration in Silver Lake has been virtually palpable. Drive down Sunset Boulevard toward Micheltorena and past Night + Market Song's pink facade and...

    Poll: More Americans say sugar is worse than pot as health risk

    Poll: More Americans say sugar is worse than pot as health risk
    Is that post-lunch cookie really worse for you than smoking a joint? Some Americans think so.  NBC News and the Wall Street Journal conducted a survey of 1,000 people age 18 and older. They asked participants which of a number of substances was most...

    Family hallucinates after eating LSD-tainted meat

    Family hallucinates after eating LSD-tainted meat
    Police are investigating an incident involving a Tampa, Fla., family who reported having hallucinations after eating meat found to be tainted with LSD last week. The family of four, including Jessica Rosado, who was nine months pregnant, and partner...

    U.S. should reclassify prescription painkiller to cut rampant theft

    U.S. should reclassify prescription painkiller to cut rampant theft
    In his 30 years as a pharmacist, including three at a CVS Caremark store in Northern California, Wayne Wilson said it was all too common for drugstore employees to steal prescription drugs, which would often make their way to the black market. "It...