Central Texas

A clean highway is a beautiful highway, and a group in Waco dedicated to marijuana law reform headed out this last Saturday to clean up their adopted stretch of road.

It’s 5:30 in the morning, you’re sound asleep. Suddenly, explosions rock your house and you can hear your kids screaming down the hall. You have no idea what’s happening, but you’re up and running to see if your children are in danger. As you run out of your bedroom and

Volunteering your time is an excellent way of ensuring that your community is better off. In the case of a Waco, Tx based non-profit NORML organization, they have become leaders in their community by performing charity and community service work.

NORML of Waco recently held their monthly meeting, electing three members to the board and discussing upcoming events.

Waco was kickin’ Saturday night as locals and people from across the state turned out to listen to live music and be amongst like-minded people at the NORML of Waco fourth anniversary party.

A group of hunters who were headed out to set up deer blinds in Madison County stumbled upon a very large grow operation, 18,400 cannabis plants to be exact.

San Antonio NORML founder and executive director Karli Duran was recently in Waco to meet with NORML of Waco Inc. executive director Clif Deuvall and sign a copy of the June edition of High Times’ Freedom Fighter article, which will be displayed at Gilligan’s Smoke n Stuff.

According to a San Antonio media outlet, a Uvalde woman who refused to reveal her identity has stated that her daughter had to be admitted to the San Antonio State Hospital after smoking “synthetic marijuana.” The woman said her daughter was a normal college student and an aspiring fashion designer.

Authorities suspect a man has died from overdosing on K2 in a small town outside of Waco called Elm Mott. McLennan County Sheriff’s deputies said they found evidence of K2 at the scene.