Newsletter - True Stories Storiesen-us2018-07-22T14:51:57.2850048-05:00Get the Facts: Opioids Stories&newsletterid=1566/18/2018 10:46:53 AMGet the facts on opioid use, overdoses, addiction, and many more.<div><a href="">&lt;&lt;Take me to the facts&gt;&gt;</a></div>Danger of Extracting Honey Oil from Marijuana Stories&newsletterid=1207/19/2017 12:00:00 AM<div><font face="times">Moreno Valley resident Alex Gonzales thought making butane honey oil &#8212; a powerful marijuana byproduct &#8212; in a Palm Springs motel room in 2015 would be a quick, simple task, until a spark caused the room to catch fire, severely burning him and his sleeping girlfriend.</font></div><div><font face="times"><br></font></div><div><font face="times">Gonzales, 25, and his girlfriend Selina Cervantes, 21, said Tuesday that they are trying to put their lives back together after the accident. Gonzales suffered major burns to much of his body, and had skin grafts over much of his right side.The Heroin Epidemic Stories&newsletterid=9012/10/2016 12:00:00 AM<font face="times">Today is a somber day in our great nation. &nbsp;CNN just announced that the death toll attributed to heroin overdoses in the United States has exceeded deaths by gun violence.Synthetic opioid nicknamed 'pink' blamed for deaths of two 13 y/o Utah boys Stories&newsletterid=8811/4/2016 12:00:00 AM<div><font face="times">Ryan Ainsworth and Grant Seaver, both 13, were students at Treasure Mountain Junior High School in Park City, Utah. They were best friends who shared the hobbies of adventurous Utah teenagers &#8212; spending afternoons on skis, dirt bikes or skateboards.Kush City: Houston Hub for Latest Drug of Choice Stories&newsletterid=868/16/2016 12:00:00 AM<font face="times">Sypho Turner is only 56 years old, but when he sits on the trash-strewn pavement below the Southwest Freeway overpass near the Wheeler Metro Station in Midtown, the low light deepens his cracked skin, turns his toothless smile into a black pit and makes his battered face look like a well-worn catcher&#8217;s mitt. He&#8217;d pass for at least a few decades older, perhaps even for a corpse.Parents raise awareness after son's death from synthetic LSD Stories&newsletterid=82/25/2015 12:00:00 AM<p>MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas - He was just 16-years-old and died after taking a form of synthetic LSD.</p><p>The parents of Grant Hobson opened up about what happened on the same day 3 more Montgomery County teens are arrested on various drug charges.17-year-old fighting for her life after smoking synthetic marijuana Stories&newsletterid=71/9/2013 12:00:00 AM<p>HOUSTON (FOX 26) - <br>Synthetic marijuana are chemicals mixed with herbs that is supposed to give users a "high" similar to smoking weed.&nbsp; It is illegal in Texas and can often be very harmful, if not deadly.