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WASHINGTON — A brand-name drug maker can be sued for violating antitrust laws if it agrees to pay a potential competitor to delay selling a generic version, the Supreme Court ruled. The 5-3 decision is expected to result in lower prescription drug...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsEach day, we comb through pages upon pages of crime reports from the Wichita Police Department. Below is a quick glance at some bits and pieces from those sheets. These reports are designed to give you an idea of what residents and police are...
Tags: Police Arrests, Rentals, Credit and Debt, CVS Corp., Theft
HAMPTON — Just two years ago, Jordan Negrini couldn't help but wonder if he'd ever be the same baseball player he was growing up, when he was one of the rare kids people buzzed about when he stepped on the diamond in his home state of Hawaii....
The family of a man who died after being beaten by Kern County Sheriff's deputies and attacked by a police dog have filed a federal civil rights claim against the officers involved, the department and other agencies, a precursor to a lawsuit. The...
The family of a man who died after being beaten by Kern County Sheriff’s deputies and attacked by a police dog have filed a federal civil rights claim against the officers involved, the department and other agencies, a precursor to a lawsuit....
Flanked by about 75 cheering supporters, Lt. Kevin Williams recently announced he would run for the position of Kane County Sheriff. Williams, 54, who has served in the Kane County Sheriff's Office since 1992, is the second candidate to thrown his hat...
Tags: Elections, Crime, Law and Justice, Politics
Florida's pill mill database has sprung an embarrassing leak, a data breach of confidential information that threatens to undermine the public's already shaken confidence in a law enforcement tool that tracks prescriptions for painkillers and other...
"For me I feel like it's drugs for breakfast, drugs for lunch, drugs for dinner, drugs drugs drugs," Orange County Superior Court Judge John Adams said. "That's been my diet for 11 years on the bench." Adams, who hears felony arraignments at the...
Walgreens has agreed to pay a record-breaking $80 million penalty to resolve a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration investigation into the company's dispensing practices in Florida, including at an Oviedo pharmacy. The DEA in September banned a Walgreens...
Tags: Pain, Oviedo, Percocet (drug), Jupiter, General Practitioners
On behalf of many Illinoisans suffering from terminal illnesses, debilitating medical conditions and incapacitating pain, I ask Gov. Pat Quinn to sign House Bill 1, the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act, into law. I’m a...
Generic prescription drugs have to meet exacting standards for ingredients and quality, which you'd think would make them uniformly priced at pharmacies. But that, of course, isn't the case. Generic drug prices can be all over the map, depending on...
Ten years after Medicare's private drug plans — popular with South Florida seniors — were introduced, the benefits have been many. But so have the hassles and complaints about pricing misinformation, denial of coverage and lack of customer...
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