Lake of the Ozarks-Based 'Ozark' Starring Jason Bateman Released On NetflixA money launderer for the Mexican drug cartel takes his family to the Ozarks in Missouri to try and escape, but his past follows him.
Ecstasy Pills Shaped Like Donald Trump Surfacing In BritainIn the United Kingdom, a well-known American face is making waves in the drug market.
Treatment Center Sees Shift in DemographicsA women-only addiction center in St. Louis has seen a big shift in clientele.
Five 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.
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.
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.
Volunteers Clean Up North St. LouisVolunteers worked to cleanup a block in north St. Louis in an area known for abandoned buildings, crime and illegal dumping.
Houston Man Sentenced After Missouri Drug DealA Houston man has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for his role in cocaine during a St. Louis transaction.
Local Democrat Wants Fewer Convenience StoresTuesday's raids of several convenience stores lead one area democratic party leader to take to twitter to express his concerns.
Mo. Postal Worker Charged in Drug SchemeA former Kansas City, Missouri, postal carrier has been ordered to spend three years in federal prison for her role in distributing PCP.
Report: Fernandez Was Likely Operating The Boat in Deadly CrashA previous toxicology report determined alcohol and drugs were a factor, adding the trio spent time at a Miami bar beforehand.
LISTEN: NLEC Fights to Keep Doors Open Despite Drug IssueThe city wants the New Life Evangelistic Center shut down by April 1, but Reverend Larry Rice is appealing.