Some parents and lawmakers believe new government regulations don’t go far enough to protect consumers from Four Loko, an alcoholic drink linked to several deaths in Maryland.
Grief counselors were on hand Tuesday at Parkville Middle School as students there cope with the death of their 13-year-old classmate killed this weekend along Harford Road.
The Parkville community is in mourning following the death of a 13-year-old boy run over in the middle of Harford Road. But it’s how he got there that has some, including his mother, pointing the finger at a controversial alcohol drink called Four Loko.
A 13-year-old Parkville boy is dead and his mother says those controversial drinks loaded with alcohol are partly to blame.
The controversial and popular alcoholic drink Four Loko is once again being targeted by state leaders.
The drink Four Loko kills. That’s the claim in a lawsuit filed against the drink’s manufacturer. Lawyers for the family of a Virginia teen blame the company for their son’s death.
The national outcry wasn’t enough but the threat from the federal government has a maker of caffeinated alcoholic drinks pulling the plug on the controversial ingredients in a popular drink.
The FDA is expected to issue a major ruling Wednesday concerning caffeinated alcoholic drinks.
A vibrant, promising young woman died in a terrifying crash on Maryland’s eastern shore.
Four Loko is a popular new drink packed with high amounts of alcohol and caffeine. Friends and family say a Maryland woman is dead after the drink made her lose her mind.