13 People Face Charges in Hannibal Drug ConspiracyThirteen people from Missouri and Illinois face federal charges for allegedly conspiring to distribute cocaine and other drugs in Hannibal and elsewhere in northeast Missouri.
Heroin Supplier in Mitch Stenger's Case Pleads GuiltyA man pleads guilty to providing the heroin that led to the death of Mitch Stenger, the nephew of St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger.
Heroin Crisis Plays Role in St. Charles Co. Sales Tax Holiday DiscussionsThe county is considering opting out of the annual "holiday," in part, because the heroin crisis is costing it around $2 million a year.
$11M in Heroin Found in Big Rig Pulled Over for SpeedingAuthorities believe the truck was headed to Canada.
Chicago Nursing Home Fined After Residents' Heroin OverdoseIllinois and federal health officials are seeking penalties totaling more than $100,000 from a Chicago nursing home after five residents overdosed on heroin inside the facility in February.
Suspected Heroin Supplier's Plea Agreement NixedDavid Bollinger to instead face federal trial on drug charge relating to death of Mitch Stenger.
St. Charles Co. Eyes Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramDesigned to eliminate "doctor shopping" by opioid, heroin abusers.
Cops: Photos of Boy with Passed-Out Adults Show Drug ScourgeThe officer says the driver indicated he was taking his unconscious female passenger to a hospital, then became unresponsive himself.
New Device to Treat Heroin Addiction Might Be Available SoonThe device targets four specific cranial nerves that cause symptoms of pain during withdrawal.
Officials Fearful of New Deadly Drug Possibly Coming to MissouriThe drug is meant for animals such as elephants and rhinos.
'Good Samaritan' Bill Becomes Law in St. LouisProtects most of those who report heroin overdoses from arrest.
Nixon Signs Bill For More Access To Anti-Overdose MedicineResidents soon will be able to carry medicine to counter heroin overdoses without a prescription under a new law signed Tuesday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.