Taylor says in an interview that her two sons are doing well, though one remains in drug treatment.
God’s Refuge House is getting ready to offer help.
DeWine said drug companies’ deceptive marketing tactics led to the state’s worst public health disaster.
If a driver suspects someone may be under the influence of drugs behind the wheel, they can dial #667.
A generation of children who feel abandoned by parents they believe chose drugs over them.
In the midst of the Valley’s heroin crisis, the demands on a paramedic are even greater.
Michael Kukonik’s addiction to heroin started after an injury while serving in Afghanistan.
Katie’s drug problem started when she became addicted to amphetamines following the birth of her son.
Police said an officer accidentally overdosed after he brushed drug residue off of his shirt. It took four rounds of naloxone to revive him.
Carfentanil is an opioid considered 10,000 times stronger than morphine.
Warren City Council is asking for a state of emergency declaration to help battle the opioid crisis.
The DEA said they’ve seen cases of heroin laced with acrylfentanyl in southwest Ohio that could show up in other parts of the state soon.
When others — like EMTs and counselors — help those struggling with addiction, they can experience a secondary traumatic stress.
Republicans in Ohio’s House of Representatives want to grant an additional $170 million to fight the state’s opioid crisis.
The professional development conference will give participants a better understanding of the opiate epidemic in Trumbull County.
Tyler Wisser was known as a stoner — now he takes his message of hope everywhere he goes
It’s a different side of the courtroom where everyone is all smiles.
Recovering addict Kelly McGuire says the drug has taken her to Hell and back. But now, she is finally on the outside looking in.
Organizers are ditching the public venue for their event addressing the local heroin problem.
In March, Trumbull County had 189 overdoses, 26 of which were fatal.
The hour-long special looks at how heroin is impacting the courts and police, and which laws might have to change.
Medical professionals say an overdosed person has 5 to 10 minutes and what you do in that timeframe is crucial.