Woman Orders Yoga Mat, Gets $400K In Illegal Drugs InsteadAuthorities say each oxycodone-type pill had a street value of about $20, making the total drug bust worth as much as $400,000.
Child Found Crying In Van With Mom Unconscious, Behind The WheelA witness called police after finding a mother, unconscious in a car, with her child crying and saying, "I just want to go to school!"
Prosecutors: Postal Workers Took Bribes To Deliver Drugs More than a dozen postal workers are charged with accepting bribes to deliver packages of cocaine, according to federal prosecutors.
Town Hall Discussion Focused On Stopping Opioid Epidemic City and county officials, law enforcement, healthcare and addiction specialists all gathered at City Hall in Pembroke Pines on Thursday for a town hall meeting on how to take on the opioid epidemic.
Man Found Guilty Of Transporting Heroin In Batteries A Pennsylvania man has been found guilty of transporting $1 million in heroin from Atlanta to New York City.
$85M Worth Of Cocaine Seized At Sea By Coast GuardMore than 3 tons of cocaine will not make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else for that matter after it was seized at sea by the Coast Guard.
Ecstasy Pills Shaped Like Donald Trump Surfacing In BritainIn the United Kingdom, a well-known American face is making waves in the drug market.
Child Left At Florida Rest Stop, 3 ArrestedThree people are in custody after Florida authorities say they left a 6-year-old boy alone at a rest stop on Interstate 95.
5 More Greyhounds Test Positive For Cocaine In FloridaA second greyhound racing trainer has been cited by Florida state officials after five dogs in her care tested positive for cocaine at the Bestbet track in Orange Park.
50 Kilos Of Cocaine Found In Boat On Miami RiverMiami-Dade Marine Patrol intercepted two boats Tuesday and found a whole lot of cocaine, officials said.
Heartburn Drugs Linked To Increased Risk Of Early Death, Study FindsPrescription-strength heartburn drugs are linked with a possible 25 percent increased risk of early death, according to a new study published in the British Medical Journal Open.
Postal Worker Admits Taking Bribes To Deliver Drug ParcelsA former U.S. Postal Service worker is looking at up to 15 years in prison for taking bribes to deliver packages she knew contained drugs.