Seniors Caught Pushing Pills Are The ‘New Face Of Drug Dealing’; Experts SayWith prescription drug abuse reaching epidemic proportions, police say there's a new face of drug dealing; the elderly.
Christie Plans To Divert State Funds To Pay For $200-Million Opioid InitiativeGovernor Chris Christie is laying out the details of his new $200-million plan to fight New Jersey's opioid epidemic.
New Jersey Schools Turn To Anti-Drug Programs In Response To Opioid CrisisThe police chief and superintendent are joining forces with the LEAD program -- Law Enforcement Against Drugs -- to focus on the changing needs of kids these days.
East Meadow Parents Unnerved By Pile Of Discarded Drug ParaphernaliaAn abundance of drug vials has been popping up in a new place, and some say it's evidence of an epidemic extending to new areas.
New York Lawmaker Wants State To Reimburse Schools For Opioid Antidote NarcanPutting the power of revival in public schools, that's the goal of proposed legislation unveiled Thursday on Long Island.
Christie Asks Feds To Declare Public Health Emergency Over OpioidsNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie has called on the federal government to declare a public health emergency in response to the opioid epidemic.
Authorities Seize $2 Million Worth Of Heroin In Bronx Drug BustA drug bust in the Bronx netted close to $2 million worth of heroin, prosecutors said.
NYPD To Refocus Efforts On Drug Dealers To Curb Heroin CrisisNew York City has seen a 22 percent jump in fatal overdoses so far in 2017. The NYPD is blaming that on fentanyl, a particularly potent synthetic drug.
Retired NYPD Narcotics Detective Among Over Two Dozen People Arrested In Heroin Ring BustNassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas says retired Detective Karan Young helped her boyfriend operate his heroin ring that netted about $170,000 every week.
Heroin And Hardcovers: Cops Say Drug Deals Went Down Inside White Plains LibraryCops are taking a carrot and stick approach to opioid addiction in Westchester County.
Advocates Rally Behind Bill Mandating Naloxone Training For Homeless Shelter StaffShelter residents and homeless and community advocates rallied to support a bill in the city council mandating the training.
Budgetary Address Sheds Light On Opioid Problem In ConnecticutThe Chief Medical Examiner for the State of Connecticut said his agency is hundreds of thousands of dollars in the hole, and he knows why -- the opioid epidemic.