Withdrawing from methamphetamine won’t kill you, rehab professional Joe Gardzina said, but you may feel like you want to die.
This week's Game Changer tribute to local African Americans features Theresa Jackson, a business owner, a chairwoman, a founder and much more.
Becca Carlton was 17 when she started smoking marijuana. Seven years later, she was regularly injecting her veins with methamphetamine. She is one of the many people working to overcome addiction in Brazoria County.
As national attention focuses on an opioid crisis, methamphetamine remains the undeniable, addictive and destructive drug of choice in Brazoria County.
After a month of arguments, Judge Ed Denman is tasked with deciding if the death sentence and imprisonment of James Harris Jr. is lawful. A jury sentenced Harris to death after he pleaded guilty to a 2012 capital murder.