Five individuals remain at large.
Police arrested a woman for public drunkenness after she was found rolling through puddles of water, topless, and knocking on doors.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to take a state-wide ban national.
There is a new tool available in the battle to stop the use of synthetic drugs known as Blizzard or Bath Salts.
With bath salts and other synthetic drugs now illegal in PA, new, similar alternatives are ready to take their place
Drug experts are glad Blizzard will soon be illegal and they're already getting ready for the next drug.
Under a temporary injunction now in place,
synthetic drugs such as Blizzard or K-2 cannot be sold in
A hearing was held on Tuesday in
25-year-old woman found dead along train tracks outside of Tyrone. Coronor says Blizzard a likely factor in her death
The legislation to make bath salts and
other synthetic drugs illegal in
Pennsylvania is ready to ban bath salts and other "synthetic drugs".
Prosecutors are pleased that Bath Salts, and other "Legal Drugs" will soon be Illegal.
Altoona businesses are worried about Legal Drugs coming into the neighborhood.
Police make new arrests in connection with a string of robberies in the city. And they say the legal drug Blizzard Bath Salts was involved.
Experts say the effects of bath salts consumption can linger for days.
A Blair County robbery suspect says an addiction to bath salts caused him to rob someone at knife point.
The city of Lock Haven has banned the sale of "bath salts"
The Huntingdon County District Attorney says the use of bath salts played a big part in the hail of gunfire that put one man in the hospital and three others behind bars facing serious criminal charges.
The ban on the sale of the synthetic drug "bath salts" is being praised by healthcare officials.
He said that he had a shot gun, and Ledford had an AK-47. Lemin was armed with a handgun.
Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller has filed a lawsuit stopping the sale of the substance known as bath salts.
District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller has filed a court order to stop the sale of the hallucinogenic combination known as "bath salts."
We have all heard about the problems that illegal drugs can cause, but what about the legal ones. Every day products like bath salts, spices or prescription meds that are abused in order to get a high. What will the next big legal high be? We sat down with two experts to find out.
Two Pennsylvania Counties have stopped the sale of the so -called blizzard bath salts.
Abuse of concentrated bath salts, like Blizzard, is on the rise and so are the number people overdosing from the drug.
A fatal overdose of concentrated bath salts, or Blizzard, is suspected in the sudden death of Abbi Brumbaugh, 20, of Williamsburg. Brumbaugh's best friend, Katie Bowers, 19, is shocked and devistated by Brumbaugh's unexpected death.
A Williamsburg woman may have died from a fatal overdose of concentrated bath salts.
Called "blizzards" or "ivory wave." Either way it is the same: concentrated bath salts. Completely legal and if ingested it produce a meth like high.