A substance that Honduran police thought to be cocaine, leading to the detainment of a Raleigh woman, tested negative, according to a report released Friday in court.
The family of Raleigh woman charged with cocaine trafficking in Honduras says a drug test shows the substance found in a “safe can” Amanda LaRoque had with her is not cocaine.
Luana Gibbs referred to her son as the salt of the earth. But in an instant, everything changed. She and her husband had received a frantic phone call from their daughter.
North Carolina’s life-science industry gets more intriguing by the day, it seems. The state’s newest public company is likely to be Dova Pharmaceuticals, a Durham-based drug developer that filed June 2 for a $75 million initial public offering. Its drugs are intended to focus on low blood platelet count disorders. Director Paul B. Manning, 61, […]