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!"
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.
Coroner: 'We Have Seen' Synthetic Opiates Like Fentanyl Mixed With MarijuanaFentanyl is 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine and has been attributed to the increasing number of fatal drug overdoses across the U.S.
12 Arrested In Heroin Crackdown, Dubbed 'Operation: Dragon Slayer II'Law enforcement put a dent in a narcotics operation with sweeping arrests across Miami-Dade County.
Local Leaders Reinforce DOJ's 3-Step Approach To Opioid EpidemicRoberto Salcedo has great memories of his older brother Guillermo.
Fentanyl Crackdown Goes To GovernorAfter an impassioned debate over minimum-mandatory sentences, the Florida Senate voted Friday to send a bill to the governor that would impose tough penalties on people convicted of trafficking in fentanyl and related opioid drugs.
Opiate Overdose: Why Broward Drug Users Don't Know What They're TakingEvery two hours, someone in South Florida overdoses on drugs.
Controversial Needle Program Aims To Curb Heroin Health CrisisGiving needles to drug addicts sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Miami-Dade Creates Opioid Addiction Task Force To Combat Drug EpidemicMiami-Dade authorities met on Monday with the goal of reducing opioid and heroin addiction.
Heroin: The Silent Killer Pt. 3Heroin claims thousands of lives each year. The so-called "Silent Killer" can ruin lives, but recovery is possible.
Heroin: The Silent Killer Part 2Every day in South Florida, first responders are answering heroin overdose calls at a rate of one every two hours. Local leaders say we are at “crisis level”.